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Eagle Square Langkawi

Dataran Lang, or Eagle Square in English, features the awe-inspiring statue of a reddish brown sea eagle with its wings lifted skyward poised for flight from atop a lofty perch. Peering across the Andaman Sea, this 12-meter high sculpture is an iconic emblem of Langkawi. The prominent sculpture was erected in 1996 as a symbol of the island. The name Langkawi is derived from the Malay words “helang” and “kawi”, meaning “eagle” and “reddish brown”. It is the best-known and most popular man-made attraction in Langkawi.

Eagle Square Langkawi

Dataran Lang, or Eagle Square in English, features the awe-inspiring statue of a reddish brown sea eagle with its wings lifted skyward poised for flight from atop a lofty perch. Peering across the Andaman Sea, this 12-meter high sculpture is an iconic emblem of Langkawi. The prominent sculpture was erected in 1996 as a symbol of the island. The name Langkawi is derived from the Malay words “helang” and “kawi”, meaning “eagle” and “reddish brown”. It is the best-known and most popular man-made attraction in Langkawi.

 

UnderWater World Langkawi

Underwater World Langkawi (UWL) is one of the largest marine and freshwater aquaria in South East Asia. Since the start of its operation on 26 August 1995, it has become one of the must visit tourist destinations in Langkawi and has attracted a large number of foreign as well as local tourists. The concept and theme of Underwater World Langkawi are geared towards Research & Development, Education and Entertainment. It is built to raise awareness on the importance of conserving our precious aquatic life forms, thus creating understanding of the deep and inseparable bond between man and nature.

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Cable Car Langkawi

Hovering over jungle and climbing over 550 million years old rock, SkyCab gives you more than one unique experience. Be informed, SkyCab is located at the oldest part of South East Asia and the first to emerge from the ancient sea and estuary! That’s something to give a goose bump if you can get the gist. Come and experience it yourself.