• Langkawi Information

    Tour Resume Announcement – 16 June 2020

    Dear Guests, Returnee, Partners and Supporters; In line with Prime Minister’s announcement on Conditional MovementControl Order (CMCO) restrictions till 9 June 2020 and the newconditions put in place, we are pleased to inform you that : Junglewalla shall resume tours limited tours on private basis by 16 June 2020. Booking for Tours can be made through our website: https://junglewalla.com/booking. Should you…

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    About Malaysia

    Welcome to Malaysia

    Welcome to Peninsular Malaysia 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. It is a treasure house of some of the most varied fauna and flora, both terrestrial and marine, on the planet. Its rainforest is inhabited by tigers, leopards, elephants, sambar-deer,…

  • The Highlands

    The Kelabit Highlands

    The Kelabit Highlands in Sarawak Borneo are one of the most isolated settlements in Borneo Malaysia . It is one of the nations most popular destination for the serious hiker offering a wide choice of trails with a cool highland clime averaging between 15C - 23C, set in a location of beautiful villages, friendly natives and breathtaking scenery.

  • Langkawi Dry Season
    Langkawi Information

    Climate and Seasons

    Langkawi has a tropical monsoon climate with a high annual temperature and enjoy 2 distinct seasons. Langkawi is beautiful in all seasons, but the best time to visit Langkawi is during the months of November to June. It's the time when skies are reliably blue and the seas good enough for snorkeling.

  • Langkawi Information

    Geographical Information

    Langkawi situated just off the Northwestern coast of Peninsular Malaysia comprises a group of 104 tropical islands during low tides and 99 Island during high tide. The main island Langkawi is 47,848 hectare in size while Pulau Dayang Bunting and Pulau Tuba are smaller while the others appear to be mere dots in the emerald green ocean when viewed from…

  • Nature Destinations

    Forest Research Institute Malaysia

    Malaysia's forest research history dates back to the mid 1890's. However, it was in1929 when the first official Forest Research Institute (FRI) was established, on degraded tin mining and vegetable growing land at Kepong, Kuala Lumpur. In 1985, FRI was gazette as a research and development statutory body under the Ministry of Primary Industries and renamed the Forest Research Institute…

  • Payar Island Snorkeling
    Diving Places

    Langkawi – Payar Marine Park

    Payar Marine Park diving operators can be found either located within a hotel or at dive centres around Pulau Langkawi. Most diving is done around Pulau Payar Marine Park Group of islands. A unique highlight in Pulau Payar is the presence of up to 20 juvenile black tip sharks providing excitement to the many snorkellers who visit the Marine Park…

  • Langkawi Information

    Langkawi Nature

    The legendary Langkawi Islands is a group of 99 oceanic islands located 22 to 54 kilometers off Perlis Coast. The Islands are very popular tourist destinations and had hosted many international events recently. Administratively, Langkawi is under the state of Kedah. The Islands have been noted for their excellent fishing, clear blue waters, beaches and stunning landscapes.