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GEOFOREST MANGROVE Private Boat Tour

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  • This is a Private Boat ride option
  • One (1) boat can take eight (8) people
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Jalan Air Hangat, Kuah, 07000 Langkawi

Tel: +(6) 04 959 2323

9:00 am – 5:00 pm
7 days a week

Time to Spend: 4 hours

FlexPlus – Visit any day and time of open hours

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One (1) boat can take eight (8) people

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REDEMPTION INSTRUCTIONS

 

* No reservation required for any of the attractions
* Visit anytime and present your QR Code at the outlet

 

Prefer sharing a boat with other tourists? Get Individual Tickets instead.

Langkawi offers some truly unforgettable sights and experiences on this tour to the Kilim Nature Park; an escape to another world. Spread over an area of 100 sq km, the Kilim Nature Park features a beautiful mix of well-protected green mangrove forests, isolated white beaches and blue lagoons.

 

As you cruise down the calm, winding river, you will observe the wonders of the park’s marine ecosystem, its flora and fauna and the natural inhabitants such as the over-hanging ‘Bogak Trees’, Brown Eagles, Tree Crabs, Monitor Lizards and Macaques.

Tour Package Highlights

Bat Cave

The habitat of 1000s of Malaysian Fruit Bats – you’ll be given a flashlight to help you traverse through the cave and have a good look at these creatures of the night.

 

Fish Farm

The fish farm is a floating wooden platform that works as an exhibit of a variety of fishes and marine life.

 

Eagle Watching

The highlight of the tour, watch as the magnificent eagles swoop all around you to get food provided from the boat.

 

Andaman Sea Tour

The boat takes you to the edge of the Kilim river and you get a view of the vast Andaman Sea – the view of the open seas is certainly a sight to behold.

Bat Cave

The habitat of 1000s of Malaysian Fruit Bats – you’ll be given a flashlight to help you traverse through the cave and have a good look at these creatures of the night.

 

Fish Farm

The fish farm is a floating wooden platform that works as an exhibit of a variety of fishes and marine life.

 

Eagle Watching

The highlight of the tour, watch as the magnificent eagles swoop all around you to get food provided from the boat.

 

Andaman Sea Tour

The boat takes you to the edge of the Kilim river and you get a view of the vast Andaman Sea – the view of the open seas is certainly a sight to behold.

 

Anak Tikus Island

Also known as Fossil Island, this island will be one of the amazing geosites you are likely to visit, a massive rock structure full of fossils (dead impressions of once living organisms) that are some 480 million years old.

 

Langsir Cave

The local superstition is that the cave is home to a Banshee (a female spirit) who sucks the blood of human body. This myth has been formed probably because of the shrill and eerie sound that comes out of the depth of the cave, caused by the wind that comes out through the hole of the upper chamber.

 

Mempelam Bay

Located on the northwestern coast of Pulau Langgun, Mempelam Bay is the location of the most famous exposure of Devonian rocks in Peninsular Malaysia.

Bat Cave

The habitat of 1000s of Malaysian Fruit Bats – you’ll be given a flashlight to help you traverse through the cave and have a good look at these creatures of the night.

 

Fish Farm

The fish farm is a floating wooden platform that works as an exhibit of a variety of fishes and marine life.

 

Eagle Watching

The highlight of the tour, watch as the magnificent eagles swoop all around you to get food provided from the boat.

 

Andaman Sea Tour

The boat takes you to the edge of the Kilim river and you get a view of the vast Andaman Sea – the view of the open seas is certainly a sight to behold.

 

Anak Tikus Island

Also known as Fossil Island, this island will be one of the amazing geosites you are likely to visit, a massive rock structure full of fossils (dead impressions of once living organisms) that are some 480 million years old.

 

Langgun Island

Langgun Island is home to the second largest fresh water lake in Langkawi, formed when water dissolved the limestone walls of the surrounding caves.

 

Island Beach Swimming

Stop by one of the many islands along the tour to relax and unwind at picturesque beaches.

Bat Cave

The habitat of 1000s of Malaysian Fruit Bats – you’ll be given a flashlight to help you traverse through the cave and have a good look at these creatures of the night.

 

Fish Farm

The fish farm is a floating wooden platform that works as an exhibit of a variety of fishes and marine life.

 

Eagle Watching

The highlight of the tour, watch as the magnificent eagles swoop all around you to get food provided from the boat.

 

Andaman Sea Tour

The boat takes you to the edge of the Kilim river and you get a view of the vast Andaman Sea – the view of the open seas is certainly a sight to behold.

 

Anak Tikus Island

Also known as Fossil Island, this island will be one of the amazing geosites you are likely to visit, a massive rock structure full of fossils (dead impressions of once living organisms) that are some 480 million years old.

 

Langsir Cave

The local superstition is that the cave is home to a Banshee (a female spirit) who sucks the blood of human body. This myth has been formed probably because of the shrill and eerie sound that comes out of the depth of the cave, caused by the wind that comes out through the hole of the upper chamber.

 

Mempelam Bay

Located on the northwestern coast of Pulau Langgun, Mempelam Bay is the location of the most famous exposure of Devonian rocks in Peninsular Malaysia.

 

Langgun Island

Langgun Island is home to the second largest fresh water lake in Langkawi, formed when water dissolved the limestone walls of the surrounding caves.

 

Island Beach Swimming

Stop by one of the many islands along the tour to relax and unwind at picturesque beaches.

 

Crocodile Cave

The cave gets its name because once the area used be a natural habitats of crocodiles. But there are no more crocodiles here now, so it’s safe to explore. The Kilim river passes right through the cave. During low tide a boat can also pass through it and you can see the great limestone formations on the ceiling.

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TERMS & CONDITIONS

 

All tickets are valid for 6 months from date of purchase.

You do not need to print the ticket. Simply present the QR code via your phone.

In order to redeem your ticket, please proceed to the attraction’s counters.

MyKad or MyKid must be presented at the attraction for purchase of MyKad Holder type tickets.

If you have a change of plans and want to cancel the ticket, simply submit the Refund Form.

For Combo Deals, refunds are only applicable if you do not visit ANY of the attractions. Partial refunds do not apply.

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