Limestone hills and islands form most parts of the Langkawi island.
Exploring a limestone cave.
Wat Tham Kisap is a Thai Buddhist temple located in Langkawi, not far from another Thai temple called Wat Koh Wanararm. The temple is built at a limestone cliff and its compound has several statues and sculptures of animals such as giant cobra, cows and also elephants.
During a mangrove tour boat ride, one may pass by this island with a limestone hill that resembles the shape of a giant ape.
The Kilim limestone hills are a sight to behold as one passes by the geoforest park area via a boat.
The Kilim Geoforest Park is a large area at the northeastern side of Langkawi primarily consisted of mangrove forests, karstic hills and small islands. It is one of the three Geoforest Park designated in Langkawi. The lush green landscape of the park provides a breathtaking view with limestone rock formations amidst the mangrove swamp.