Kedah

About

 

Kedah is located on the northen of Peninsular Malaysia, is also known as "The "Rice Bowl" associate with it being the biggest rice producer in Malaysia.

Kedah is a land of marine and lush rainforest, rich in history and culture values. Alor Setar is the capital of Kedah, while Langkawi is the world renowned island for perfect getaway.

Langkawi is a cluster of 99 islands with many geologically significant features, become the first Unesco Geological park in...

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Tourist Attraction

 

Off the coast of Kedah, Langkawi is a cluster of 99 islands jewels with winning qualities such as world-class infrastructure, competitive duty-free shops, geoforest park of mountain and mangrove forest, beautiful beaches, an archipelago rich in fossils of ancient and extinct sea creatures, flora and fauna, as well as famous legends.

The beautiful countryside and paddy fields has diverse the Kedah's tourist attractions from ancient archeological sites to breathtaking natural  wonders,...

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Dining

 

Once you relish into variety of local and international cuisines you will leave the place yearning for more. A multi-cultural land of Kedah offers  varieties of Malay, Chinese, Indian, international cuisines as well as its mouth-watering local delights. There will be rice served with meat and vegetables in most local dishes.  

Things To Do

 

Kedah has something for everyone. Whether you crave for an adventure to unfold the secrets of the rainforest, or get your body unwind and rejuvenate with the traditional rituals and the waves of Andaman Sea, or venture into this shopping paradise of duty-free island, there is excitement and pleasures in your holiday.

Hotel & Accommodation

 

In Kedah and Langkawi, you are physically far away from where you come from yet you reach in comfort. From exotic villas to quaint village beach houses, you can relax with exquisite tropical beauty and its world-class services.

Even if you're on a shoe-string buget, you will find relaxation in any simple room or chalets with the waves of Andaman sea.

Transport

 

Kedah is well connected by air, by ferry and on road connectivity.

Two airports, the Sultan Abdul Halim Airport and the Langkawi International Airport service flights from several local and international flights.

Ferry service is available from Kuala Perlis and Kuala Kedah to Pulau Langkawi we well as from Penang to Pulau Langkawi.

Kedah is connected...

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