Langkawi is the largest island of the same name archipelago in the Andaman Sea. It is only 30 km long, so it is quite possible to move around on foot, by bicycle or bike. The island lives in tourism, and there is something to see: there are mangroves, karst caves, waterfalls, beautiful sandy beaches with a gentle entrance, places for interesting diving and snorkeling.
Top 10 Langkawi Attractions
Kilim – the island’s most popular “sightseeing” river, along the banks of which several sights are located. First of all, the river itself is interesting with its mangroves, many birds and monkeys and a fantastic landscape. In several places, the Kilim River flows through limestone cliffs that form karst caves. Continue reading
Penang is a resort island opposite Malacca, the most “Chinese” in all of Malaysia. The population here is mixed, but the Chinese are most. Religions are represented by everything: Islam, Buddhism (each national community has its own temples), Hinduism, and Christianity.
Penang tourism is the main source of income, most of the population is engaged in the service sector, so tourists are loved and appreciated here. The island has many beautiful beaches, interesting diving, and the local food is officially recognized as the best in Asia.
The huge temple complex Kek Lok Si Temple, built in 1890-1930. Continue reading
Tenerife is the pearl of the Canary Archipelago. Always warm and mild climate, colorful volcanic beaches, unique nature with relict forests and moonlit landscapes, the largest water park in Europe and many other attractions – all this attracts hundreds of tourists here.
Top 10 Tenerife Attractions
The main natural attraction of the island, it is also the highest peak in Spain – the Teide volcano. It is a daughter crater of a much grander volcano, the eruption of which formed the island itself 150 thousand years ago. The height of Teide is 3718 m. Continue reading