Intan Besar is an island modern-day Robinson Crusoes would love to
disappear to. This forest-clad and uninhabited island is stunningly
beautiful. You can find massive ancient trees covering the central part
of the island, while coconut palms line the beaches.
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Pulau Tuba (5 km S of Langkawi) is the only inhabited island besides the main island of Langkawi itself. This Langkawi island gets its name from the tuba roots.
It is the only other island that offers accommodation and there are a few places to stay. At Pulau Tuba, you can experience ...
Singa Besar is located about 17km from Kuah, nestled between the
smaller island of Pulau Beras Basah to the west and Pulau Dayang Bunting
to the east. The sedimentary rocks on this island are reputed to be
among the oldest in Malaysia going back 500 million years.This island ...
of the most well-known islands located at the west tip of Langkawi, this island will provide you a perfect getaway with its
white sandy beach that is embraced by the clear blue sea. The lush green forest that surrounds the island adds a sense of
tranquility, enabling ...
This idyllic anchorage is a little bit off the beaten track for most
yachts, who are busy coming or going from Kuah to Telaga or elsewhere and few tour boats come here. So most times you'll have it all to yourself.
There's some nice snorkeling to be done on a ...
Pulau Tepor is an island (102 m high), in the Langkawi Archipelago. It is located off the coast of Pantai Tengah, Pulau Langkawi.
The U-shaped island is uninhabited and undeveloped. It has a nice
stretch of beach facing Pulau Langkawi. Occasionally boats carrying
2 islands in this area. The main one, "Pulau Besak Besar" and a small one "Pulau Besak Kecil"."Pulau Rebak Besar" measures 390 acres and is privat,e is accessible by boat from the the
island's Langkasuka jetty point on a 10-minute ride away. It is located on the SW of Langkawi.The ...