Selasa, 8 Mac 2016

Discover Kedah 2016

Alor Setar

Take a heritage trail through Kedah’s capital to discover its Royal legacy and unique city attractions such as the Zahir Mosque, The Royal Museum, Sultan Abdul Halim Mu’adzam Shah Gallery, Big Clock Tower, Alor Setar Tower, Balai Besar and Balai Nobat.

Gunung Jerai

The highest peak in Kedah, Gunung Jerai (Mount Jerai) is a massive limestone outcrop surrounded by lush greenery. It played an important part in Kedah’s history with its fair share of legendary tales.

Sungai Sedim & The Tree Top Walk

This 950m long tree top walk in the Sungai Sedim (Sedim River) Recreation Park is the longest rainforest canopy walk in the world and offers spectacular views of the rivers and jungle.

Ulu Legong Hot Spring

Located beside a local village and a waterfall, the hot spring consists of 5 pools for visitors to immerse in its therapeutic benefits.

Ulu Muda Eco Park

A hidden gem for nature lovers, the remote 120,000-hectare Ulu Muda Eco Park is known for its biodiversity and pristine wilderness.

Sungai Merbok River Cruise

Cruise along the Merbok River and discover its winding mangrove reveries along with its diverse wildlife.

Bujang Valley Archaeological Museum

The only museum in Malaysia that showcases numerous artifacts from the oldest historical site in Southeast Asia.

Paddy Museum

Built amidst acres of paddy fields at the foothill of Gunung Keriang. The museum is an educational journey of the paddy cultivation process in Malaysia. It honours the history, people, culture and significance of paddy farming in Kedah.

Pulau Langkawi

Mythical stories. Magical powers. White sandy beaches. Million year old geoparks. Duty-free shopping. Pulau Langkawi (Langkawi Island) holds many attractions for that perfect getaway you’ve always wanted.


Immerse in the charm and life of Malay traditions that have been upheld over generations. Live with your hosts as a guest, part of their family.f their family.


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