• Langkawi Nature Festival

    Langkawi Nature and Wildlife Festivals

    Langkawi Nature and Wildlife Festivals  was organised by Junglewalla for 3 consecutive years on 2010, 2011 and 2012. The event featured speeches by Naturalists, Scientists, as well as key note speeches to talk and discussed on issues pertaining to conservation of our natural heritage in Langkawi Island.

  • Event 2010


    Gunung Raya is the highest peak on Langkawi and also home to the Great Hornbills.This is probably the easiest place in Malaysia to observe these carismatic bird esspecially since the drive up to the peak brings us along the canopy of the rainforest. The drive up will also provide some of the most senic views of the island. Join us as we take a birds eye view of our beautiful island archipelago.

  • Event 2012

    Nature Trade Fair

    The first day of the event also saw the opening of the Nature Trade Fair and Exhibition hosted by Langkawi Fair. This event saw the coming together of 9 organizations form NGOS, government bodies and nature businesses both from Malaysia & Singapore to promote themes related to nature and its conservation as well as associated products & services.

  • Event 2012

    Official Programme

    LANGKAWI NATURE FESTIVAL 2012 PROGRAM Day 1 - Friday 23 November 2012 07:00 AM - Eco Walk –Keeping Langkawi Wild at Gunung Raya 11:30 AM - Conclusion 10:30 AM - Onwards Nature Trade & Exhibition Fair at Langkawi Fair Shopping Mall 03:00 PM - 07:00 PM : Talks and workshops at Andaman Hotel - Butterfly Talk by Dr. Laurence G Kirton - Langkawi Wildlife Photography Workshop by Graeme Guy 08.30pm : Dinner 10.00pm : Onwards Owling (part of BBBC) at Gunung Raya Day 2 - Saturday 24 November 2012 08:00 AM – 07:00 PM : Langkawi Bird & Butterfly Count Opening Ceremony & Flag Off at G.Raya & Lubuk Semilang…

  • Event 2012

    Dr. Laurance G Kirton

    Laurence Kirton is an entomologist by profession, and Head of the Biodiversity and Conservation of Fauna Programme in the Forest Research Institute Malaysia. His interest in butterflies began in his childhood and has continued into his professional career as a researcher. He holds a PhD in entomology and ecology from Imperial College of Science Technology and Medicine, London, and has authored many scientific and popular articles on Malaysian butterflies.

  • Event 2011

    Short Docu-film Competition

    Langkawi invites you to enter your stunning wildlife video and story to tell the world!. We’re looking for beautiful video that representing the wildlife of our magical islands. Your own original video of our wildlife are all eligible for the competition. Cash rewards will be offered to the winning video. The contest is open to all participants either Malaysian or foreigners.

  • Event 2011

    Workshop Day

    Day one of the event kicked off with workshops and talks by invited judges and nature conservationists consisted of topics ranging from photography skills, macro (insect) photography, video-scoping (combining still photography with video) and short documentary workshop.  To the excitement of many, the work­shops on day one were both innovative and creative with a mixture of comedy in between. The speakers for the work­shop were Malaysia’s very first digital ‘videoscoper’ Tee Lian Huat, master macrophotographer Kurt Orion and also Basil R. Gelpke which is a filmmaker. He has won a series of awards for his documentary filmmaking such as the 2007 Sol d’Or of Barcelona, the Film Prize 2006 by…