The Kilim Geoforest Park in Langkawi, Malaysia. Photo: Alamy

Langkawi at a crossroads: can ecosystem that draws tourists survive rising visitor numbers?

  • Tourism is a double-edged sword for the ecologically rich Unesco geopark in Malaysia as far as conservationists are concerned
  • Authorities and the archipelago’s tourism industry are working together to reduce the impact of visitors, whose numbers could top 4 million next year
Topic |   Asia Travel

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The Kilim Geoforest Park in Langkawi, Malaysia. Photo: Alamy
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