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 Langkawi islands

Malaysia, Peninsular Malaysia

English (Translate this text in English): Langkawi is located in the Northern West Coast off P. Malaysia bordering the South of Thailand. It is made up of almost 100 islands. The largest of which is Pulau Langkawi measuring 478.5 sq.km., while some of the others appear to be mere dots in the emerald green ocean when viewed from the air.

The islands contains unique rock formations, with stunning stalactites and stalagmites, limestone outcrops, lush forest, fascinating waterfalls and mysterious caves. The clear, emerald waters around the islands provides a host for scubadiving.

The Pulau Payar Marine Park, comprising four uninhabited islands of Payar, Lembu, Kaca and Segantang, makes up Malaysia's oldest Marine Park sanctuary. They are located 19 nautical miles south of Pulau Langkawi (about a 40 to 60 minute by speedboat).

These islands, famous for the varied and colorful marine life that they support, offer the best diving site on Peninsular Malaysia's west coast.

English (Translate this text in English): Langkawi is located in the Northern West Coast off P. Malaysia bordering the South of Thailand. It is made up of almost 100 islands. The largest of which is Pulau Langkawi measuring 478.5 sq.km., while some of the others appear to be mere dots in the emerald green ocean when viewed from the air.

The islands contains unique rock formations, with stunning stalactites and stalagmites, limestone outcrops, lush forest, fascinating waterfalls and mysterious caves. The clear, emerald waters around the islands provides a host for scubadiving.

The Pulau Payar Marine Park, comprising four uninhabited islands of Payar, Lembu, Kaca and Segantang, makes up Malaysia's oldest Marine Park sanctuary. They are located 19 nautical miles south of Pulau Langkawi (about a 40 to 60 minute by speedboat).

These islands, famous for the varied and colorful marine life that they support, offer the best diving site on Peninsular Malaysia's west coast.

Langkawi is located in the Northern West Coast off P. Malaysia bordering the South of Thailand. It is made up of almost 100 islands. The largest of which is Pulau Langkawi measuring 478.5 sq.km., while some of the others appear to be mere dots in the emerald green ocean when viewed from the air.

The islands contains unique rock formations, with stunning stalactites and stalagmites, limestone outcrops, lush forest, fascinating waterfalls and mysterious caves. The clear, emerald waters around the islands provides a host for scubadiving.

The Pulau Payar Marine Park, comprising four uninhabited islands of Payar, Lembu, Kaca and Segantang, makes up Malaysia's oldest Marine Park sanctuary. They are located 19 nautical miles south of Pulau Langkawi (about a 40 to 60 minute by speedboat).

These islands, famous for the varied and colorful marine life that they support, offer the best diving site on Peninsular Malaysia's west coast.

English (Translate this text in English): Langkawi is located in the Northern West Coast off P. Malaysia bordering the South of Thailand. It is made up of almost 100 islands. The largest of which is Pulau Langkawi measuring 478.5 sq.km., while some of the others appear to be mere dots in the emerald green ocean when viewed from the air.

The islands contains unique rock formations, with stunning stalactites and stalagmites, limestone outcrops, lush forest, fascinating waterfalls and mysterious caves. The clear, emerald waters around the islands provides a host for scubadiving.

The Pulau Payar Marine Park, comprising four uninhabited islands of Payar, Lembu, Kaca and Segantang, makes up Malaysia's oldest Marine Park sanctuary. They are located 19 nautical miles south of Pulau Langkawi (about a 40 to 60 minute by speedboat).

These islands, famous for the varied and colorful marine life that they support, offer the best diving site on Peninsular Malaysia's west coast.

English (Translate this text in English): Langkawi is located in the Northern West Coast off P. Malaysia bordering the South of Thailand. It is made up of almost 100 islands. The largest of which is Pulau Langkawi measuring 478.5 sq.km., while some of the others appear to be mere dots in the emerald green ocean when viewed from the air.

The islands contains unique rock formations, with stunning stalactites and stalagmites, limestone outcrops, lush forest, fascinating waterfalls and mysterious caves. The clear, emerald waters around the islands provides a host for scubadiving.

The Pulau Payar Marine Park, comprising four uninhabited islands of Payar, Lembu, Kaca and Segantang, makes up Malaysia's oldest Marine Park sanctuary. They are located 19 nautical miles south of Pulau Langkawi (about a 40 to 60 minute by speedboat).

These islands, famous for the varied and colorful marine life that they support, offer the best diving site on Peninsular Malaysia's west coast.

English (Translate this text in English): Langkawi is located in the Northern West Coast off P. Malaysia bordering the South of Thailand. It is made up of almost 100 islands. The largest of which is Pulau Langkawi measuring 478.5 sq.km., while some of the others appear to be mere dots in the emerald green ocean when viewed from the air.

The islands contains unique rock formations, with stunning stalactites and stalagmites, limestone outcrops, lush forest, fascinating waterfalls and mysterious caves. The clear, emerald waters around the islands provides a host for scubadiving.

The Pulau Payar Marine Park, comprising four uninhabited islands of Payar, Lembu, Kaca and Segantang, makes up Malaysia's oldest Marine Park sanctuary. They are located 19 nautical miles south of Pulau Langkawi (about a 40 to 60 minute by speedboat).

These islands, famous for the varied and colorful marine life that they support, offer the best diving site on Peninsular Malaysia's west coast.

English (Translate this text in English): Langkawi is located in the Northern West Coast off P. Malaysia bordering the South of Thailand. It is made up of almost 100 islands. The largest of which is Pulau Langkawi measuring 478.5 sq.km., while some of the others appear to be mere dots in the emerald green ocean when viewed from the air.

The islands contains unique rock formations, with stunning stalactites and stalagmites, limestone outcrops, lush forest, fascinating waterfalls and mysterious caves. The clear, emerald waters around the islands provides a host for scubadiving.

The Pulau Payar Marine Park, comprising four uninhabited islands of Payar, Lembu, Kaca and Segantang, makes up Malaysia's oldest Marine Park sanctuary. They are located 19 nautical miles south of Pulau Langkawi (about a 40 to 60 minute by speedboat).

These islands, famous for the varied and colorful marine life that they support, offer the best diving site on Peninsular Malaysia's west coast.

English (Translate this text in English): Langkawi is located in the Northern West Coast off P. Malaysia bordering the South of Thailand. It is made up of almost 100 islands. The largest of which is Pulau Langkawi measuring 478.5 sq.km., while some of the others appear to be mere dots in the emerald green ocean when viewed from the air.

The islands contains unique rock formations, with stunning stalactites and stalagmites, limestone outcrops, lush forest, fascinating waterfalls and mysterious caves. The clear, emerald waters around the islands provides a host for scubadiving.

The Pulau Payar Marine Park, comprising four uninhabited islands of Payar, Lembu, Kaca and Segantang, makes up Malaysia's oldest Marine Park sanctuary. They are located 19 nautical miles south of Pulau Langkawi (about a 40 to 60 minute by speedboat).

These islands, famous for the varied and colorful marine life that they support, offer the best diving site on Peninsular Malaysia's west coast.

English (Translate this text in English): Langkawi is located in the Northern West Coast off P. Malaysia bordering the South of Thailand. It is made up of almost 100 islands. The largest of which is Pulau Langkawi measuring 478.5 sq.km., while some of the others appear to be mere dots in the emerald green ocean when viewed from the air.

The islands contains unique rock formations, with stunning stalactites and stalagmites, limestone outcrops, lush forest, fascinating waterfalls and mysterious caves. The clear, emerald waters around the islands provides a host for scubadiving.

The Pulau Payar Marine Park, comprising four uninhabited islands of Payar, Lembu, Kaca and Segantang, makes up Malaysia's oldest Marine Park sanctuary. They are located 19 nautical miles south of Pulau Langkawi (about a 40 to 60 minute by speedboat).

These islands, famous for the varied and colorful marine life that they support, offer the best diving site on Peninsular Malaysia's west coast.

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Kaca sunken wrecks
By jonbe242
Sep 20, 2009
Sunken boat point -
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Coral Garden
By jonbe242
Sep 20, 2009
Gouper farm -
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Kaca sunken wrecks
By jonbe242
Sep 18, 2009
Shark Point - Not really a dive at the wrecks directly. We started at the NE end of Kaca, and we ended at the W tip of Kaca. East Marine calls this site Shark Point. There are some wrecks on this side of Kaca, but most of them are south of the island.
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Coral Garden
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Sep 18, 2009
Coral Garden -
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Trip: Thai Mal Sing
By jonbe242
From Aug 29, 2009 to Sep 27, 2009
Generic vacation trip with my fiancé. We went to Bangkok, Kata beach (Phuket), Chaweng beach (Koh Samui), Kuala Lumpur, Langkawi, Singapore and back to Bangkok. All in all I got 5 days of diving.
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