Tourists explore one of Langkawi’s many jungle-clad islands by kayak. Photo: courtesy of Dev’s Adventure Tours Tourists explore one of Langkawi’s many jungle-clad islands by kayak. Photo: courtesy of Dev’s Adventure Tours
Tourists explore one of Langkawi’s many jungle-clad islands by kayak. Photo: courtesy of Dev’s Adventure Tours

Malaysia to restart tourism first in Langkawi, with a new focus on ecology, sustainability and its Unesco Geoforest park

  • Langkawi escaped the worst of the pandemic and Malaysia plans to reopen tourism there in a pilot scheme, but not everyone is aiming for a return of the masses
  • Instead, the focus will be on ecotourism and the 550-million-year-old Machinchang Cambrian Geoforest Park

Topic |   Responsible travel
Tourists explore one of Langkawi’s many jungle-clad islands by kayak. Photo: courtesy of Dev’s Adventure Tours Tourists explore one of Langkawi’s many jungle-clad islands by kayak. Photo: courtesy of Dev’s Adventure Tours
Tourists explore one of Langkawi’s many jungle-clad islands by kayak. Photo: courtesy of Dev’s Adventure Tours
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