February 2003 By Steven Cole The brigadier's eyebrows went up and a smile crept across his face when I told him I was thinking of visiting the Langkawi archipelago, a group of more than 100 mainly uninhabited islands off the north western coast of the Malaysian peninsula.
Wednesday 14th March 2001 The Sun Daily - By Ian McIntyre Nature is not just a catch word conjured up when it comes to, Mutiara Burau Bay Resort; it is an allâ€‘out effort to showcase the often overlook gift from Mother Nature.
The rainforest of Langkawi is slightly different to the rainforest on most of Mainland Malaysia. This is because here on Langkawi we go through a distinct dry season that usually starts in the beginning or the middle of the month of December.
Peering through my monocular, I can see its eyes are red a sure indicator that it’s a male and on the branch above it his mate for life the female with her yellow eyes and slighter built. (having to see a bird through a binocular or monocular makes for a whole lot of difference.) For this is the only way…
What makes the Datai truly outstanding is the way it integrates into the surrounding forest. Full marks to the architects who through a wise choice of building materials and elegant tropical styles have magically blended the manmade with nature.
14 May 2000 - by: Lucinda Bredin. Daily mail UK. There’s much more to Langkawi than duty-free shopping, discover Lucinda Bredin and family, here on a recent holiday from England. My elder son was halfway along a plank when our guide dropped the bombshell: 'Don't fall in,' he said.
Saturday April 22, 2006 by Irshad Mobarak, naturalist. Glossary of Malaysian ghosts: