Nestled amidst the mangrove swamps of Sungai Kilim, north—east of Langkawi, is Gua Kelawar. This cave takes the shape ... More
Nestled amidst the mangrove swamps of Sungai Kilim, north—east of Langkawi, is Gua Kelawar. This cave takes the shape of a long tunnel, approximately 60 metres long and is so named because of its inhabitants—the fruit bats. A wooden platform runs right through the cave providing easy access for visitors. Gua Kelawar is reached by a 90-minute boat ride from Kuah town to the river and then to the mangrove swamps. On the way, enjoy the views of spectacular hills and limestone cliffs.
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Located around 45 kilometres from Kuah is this geological marvel. Telaga Tujuh (Seven Wells Waterfall) is a spot where a
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