LANGKAWI Langkawi, on Northwestern shore of Malaysia is a archipelago of Langkawi Islands. Situated Just where the Indian Ocean narrows down into the Straits of Melaka, it was once a heaven for pirates. Today it serves as a retreat for visitors near and far. Nestled against a dramatic backdrop of mountains are ancient lakes and forests, waterfalls and beaches, all of which enhance the wonder that is Langkawi. Blessed with balmy climate that promises warm temperatures throughout the year, it beckons visitors seeking escape from day to day life. Langkawi has received World Geopark status from UNESCO due to its magnificent geological landscapes & formations that are full of amazing limestone rocks, sea arches, caves, and fossils some of which are over 480 million years old. There are countless tourist attractions in the island including public beaches, waterfalls, mountains, parks & reserves, marine life, historical & heritage buildings, monuments, shrines, art & craft ... the list is endless. KUALA LUMPUR Kuala Lumpur, the capital city of Malaysia and one of the most famous Asian tourist spots is a hub of beauty, culture, and diversity. With skyscrapers high enough to meet the skies, Kuala Lumpur is a box of surprises. Its perfect climate all year round makes it a good place to visit, though May to September are the best months. There is a lot to love about Kuala Lumpur, a modern and exotic capital city of Malaysia. Many people visit this magnificent city because they are pulled by its lifestyle, fabulous shopping, world-class cuisine, pristine beaches, flourishing economy, sound education, and pulsating nightlife. The city remains a hidden treasure for many travellers and holidaymakers. The city is steeped in history and blessed with rich natural beauty. The number of attractions in Kuala Lumpur is remarkable; the great quantity of activities is absolutely amazing.