With more than 700 species of beautiful birds to grace Malaysia’s picturesque islands, travelers from all around the world are not only enticed to visit the region and experience the adventure of a lifetime, but are eager to capture visions of paradise by either brushstroke or lens.
One of Malaysia’s best kept secrets is the biosphere of the Northern Malay Peninsula. This zone is one of the most diverse bio-geographical regions on earth.
There are 8 species of kingfishers on Langkawi and they are certainly the most colorful birds on the island.
Among all the birds, if I had to have a favorite then it must be the Hornbills.
There are 20 species of bird of prey in Langkawi and several are often seen in the Datai area.