Langkawi is an archipelago off Malaysia's northwest coast. It's known for its beaches and clear waters. On the main island, also called Langkawi, the SkyCab cable car runs to and from the top of Machincang mountain. From the summit, the SkyBridge curves out above the trees. Trails run through the jungle to Telaga Tujuh, or the Seven Wells Waterfall. Kilim Karst Geoforest Park is home to mangrove forests and caves.
Crocodile Adventureland Langkawi is located on the road to Datai Bay, about half an hour journey from Kuah Town and 20 minutes’ drive from Langkawi International Airport. Established in 1993 and a Geopark Partner of UNESCO Global Geopark, Crocodile Adventureland Langkawi is also registered with the Convention on International Trade and Endangered Species. Undoubtedly the top among the must visit places in Pulau Langkawi, this place has the largest collection of crocodilians with nearly 4000 crocodiles from young to more mature specimens such as Tomistoma, Siamese, Guinea and Saltwater crocodile (Buaya Tembaga). It is also a home to the most fearsome and one of the world’s biggest crocodile in captivity, the “Bujang Lang”, a whopping 1000 kilograms saltwater crocodile that will sends a shiver down your spine by just looking at it!