The word Umgawa was created for the Legendary Tarzan to call jungle wildlife to action. This echoing call was used by Tarzan to put the jungle’s eco-system on high alert, so that the core nature of the jungle would remain safe for everything living within it.
This attraction is located at Jalan Telaga Tujuh, few minutes walk from Langkawi’s Cable Car. And we can see the Rainforest in the mountains from anywhere on Langkawi Island and now I have a safe, thrilling and exciting way to experience it as never before possible.
Full gear up for safety, Umgawa is the island’s first world-class zipline eco-adventure tour that is a fun and educational way for the whole family to share the thrill of a lifetime.
Spend 2.5 to 3 hours along 12 different ziplines past waterfalls and experiencing spectacular views all around you and all the way to the Andaman Sea. This is a truly eco-adventure that allows me to get close to many of Langkawi Geopark’s 550 million-year-old geological wonders and its wildlife.
Safety is the number one priority as you take on this adventure and insurance is included. Each group of a maximum of nine guests is accompanied by two internationally-certified Safety Sky Ranger Guides. In addition to being highly-trained and certified safety rangers, they also serve as guides and will educate you about the rainforest and its inhabitants, its 220 species of birds, and the tropical flowers and fauna surrounding you.
Stairs to Telaga tujuh and platform where we will start our Zpline, Locals say that the Telaga Tujuh Waterfalls are home to fairies, but really it is probably the gorgeous flora in the area that makes the place seem magical. Plant life here includes unique lime plants and Sintuk, a climbing type of foliage, which grow abundantly.
Telaga Tujuh Waterfalls is billed as the island’s most wonderful natural attraction. Set on Langkawi’s western headlands, its name means Seven Wells Waterfalls, referring to a series of seven connected natural pools fed by seven separate waterfalls in Mount Mat Cincang.
Umgawa’s Zipline Eco Tour features. Spend approximately 1 - 2 1/2 hours on a once-in-a-lifetime zipline canopy course. The course includes 6 or 12 ziplines, 3 sky-bridges, a steep descent, spectacular views and exotic native wildlife.
For an unforgettable and thrilling experience on the legendary island of Langkawi, strap on for an Umgawa adventure!, Size is more of a limitation than age. Each person needs to fit safely in the harness. That said, recommend 5 years of age as the minimum. There is no limitation for older people being able to fly because of age. As long as you can climb the staircase to get up to the ziplines you can do it.
The first Zipline Eco-Canopy Tour starts at 8:30am to 4:30pm (16:30). The Tour is available seven days per week, with no holiday closures. The last tour of the day is mostly dependent on having daylight so the last tour time may vary by the time of the year. Flip flops are not recommended but can be securely attached by our staff, please wear athletic or closed toe shoes, I would like recommend to bring sunblock and insect repellant, sunglasses with strap, shorts and bathing suits are Ok.
Call at: +60 4950 2828 or +60 1343 8900. Or drop as an email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Langkawi Telaga habour,From there getting speed boat to Koh Lipe...
But don't know why there was a changes at telaga harbour on the day we departing... The troubles going on is we need to tranfer from telaga harbour to Kuah Jetty by bus that been provided,it takes around 45 minutes to reach the Kuah jetty
we are here at 1p.m and the immigration will open at 2p.m,we went into jetty mall for a walk while waitting the immigration to open , something that we couldn't miss is the duty free shop in the mall we get tons of cigaeatte and beers...haha
Heng!!...At here I wanted to complain about the speedboat,I booked online line previous one month @ www.bundhayaspeedboat.com for speedboat ticket price At RM250 two way...But My friend bought the ticket on that day at jetty was Rm240 and there some booth that giving diferent price..my friend ticket pattern was different with me,so I thought we boarding different speedboat.... if there have cheapest ticket AND WHY THE HELL I BOOKED ONLINE!!! …
#CNY Day 5 (Horse Year 2014) After me and my cousins had our breakfast at 忠记兵如港口大树头炸料粉 we continue our day trip to Kwan Yin Tong Cave Temple,just a 15 minute drive from there....
I had a visit before this Kwan Yin Tong Cave Temple(观音洞) ,Ipoh ,and this was my second visit.. After spending sometimes in kwan yin tong environments then we dicide to enter the 3D Wallpainting that been open since 23/01/2014...that means few day back before chinese new year 2014...it was a good opportunity for everybody that visit Ipoh during this chinese new year and their earns alot...hehe,it's was full house for few days.
Ticket Price :
Adult = RM15 (Above 12 Years Old) Children = RM10 (Below 12 Years Old)
A splashing and exciting getaway, the FELDA Residence Hot Springs is nestled in the serene and lush forest patches, surrounded by hills and clear cold mountain streams and rivers. All 6.5 hectares enjoy the scenic view of well-tended oil palm plantation and durian orchard amidst a haven of tranquility. Its unique concept of a specially designed free flowing Hot Springs Swimming Pool and Therapeutic Park at the foothill of the Titiwangsa Range 200 feet above sea level is indeed creatively engineered to attract visitors who appreciate the wonders of nature. If you are looking for a short getaway trip from the hustle and bustle of KL city, why not take an hour and a half drive to get steamy (literally) in some natural hot spring. Situated a few hundred kilometers North of KL, this a perfect place for you to spend your weekends in. You can make it a day trip or spend a night there.
You can dip your tired feet into these hot pools. The temperature is range from 40-45 degree Celsius,water refl…
A large pile of improbably-piled rocks marks this spot, capped with a single giant boulder . The area to the west of the boulders usually has a gentle current running, which causes the soft corals to bloom, increasing in size and colour, so attracting even more fish. Tigerfish are numerous here – they won’t bite, but they may inadvertently nibble your fingers if offered a handful of bread. Yellow and black-banded bannerfish swim by in graceful columns, their banners streaming behind them. Red-bellied Fusiliers chase each other in courtship rituals.