Experience Langkawi Island culturally, and know about the history of this beautiful island.
Highlights the history, heritage and development of paddy cultivation as the oldest agricultural industry in Malaysia. Among the attractions here are the rice museum displaying artifacts, charts and photographs depicting the significance of the paddy cultivation in the country. Try your hand at paddy planting using traditional and/or modern methods. There is a restaurant offering popular traditional Malay recipes and local delicacies, which are prepared using rice as the main ingredient.
Atma Alam Batik Art Village/Pisang Handicraft and Art Village
Langkawi’s original art village with the highlights of Malaysian art and culture. Original batik and souvenirs available at outlet.
The historical past of Langkawi is beautifully kept and preserved for posterity. This memorial is erected in honour of Mahsuri, a fair maiden who was unjustly accused of adultery. According to legend, she bled white blood at her executive as a sign of her innocence. There is also a museum with recorded interpretation of the Mahsuri Legend.
Gallery Perdana This gallery houses an impressive collection of over 2,500 gifts and awards presented to the former Prime Minister of Malaysia Tun Dr. Mahatir Mohamad and his wife Tun Dr. Siti Hasmah. The exhibits includes crystal ware and gifts fashioned out of wood, leather, silver, copper, pewter, ceramics and many more.
This is the icon of Langkawi Island. Standing at 52 feet tall and perched majestically an open and breezy square with its front facing the sea. This is an eye catching attraction for visitors coming via Kuah Jetty. This is also one of the biggest landmarks in the world.