We will bike through the small countryside roads and paths so that you may enjoy views of local fruit orchards, paddy fields, rubber smallholdings, and fishing station. Our guide will stop at several places to give you a better insight into the area and its people.

Our pace, at every level, is relaxed, let your senses take over, hear the birds, feel the refreshing breeze on your skin, and enjoy countryside life. To close this particularly rich and interesting experience, we will visit a waterfall frequented by locals. Try out the local desserts with your coffee and tea while enjoying this river.


  • MYR/RM 120 per person
  • A minimum of one (1) adult is required to be eligible for child ticket prices


  • Available: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday.
  • Time: 08.30am to 11.00am and 04.00pm to 06.30pm departure
  • Duration: 90 minutes Cycling, 45 minutes of walking and stops along the way, 45 minutes Swimming at a waterfall.
  • Attire: T-shirts, shorts or pants, change of clothes and towel, sports shoes, sun protection, mosquito repellent, sling bag or backpack.
  • Numbers: Minimum 2 persons
  • Child Age: 10 years old and above
  • Fitness Level: Average
  • Inclusive of: English-Speaking Guide, Bicycle and Helmet, Bottle Water, Local Sweets with Coffee and Tea.


  • Meet up at location, briefing and preparation
  • Cycling start, make a few stop along the way
  • Stop at Durian Perangin Waterfall to enjoy some refreshments
  • Tour end

Traveling is not only about getting to know new places, people or local nature. Food is also an important part to get to know the place we are staying better. Below we will list a few of the types of food that you must try during your stay in Langkawi.


Typical street-food in Langkawi – delicious meat skewers with turmeric and peanut sauce.


A type of curry stew where the finely chopped meat is cooked with the curry for a long time until it is soaked with flavor and the sauce is practically evaporated. The dish is served with rice and if you like spicier food, you can add sambal sauce.

Ais Kacang

Dessert based on finely chopped ice, poured with sweet fruit syrup with the addition of jelly, corn, peanuts and beans.


Something for seafood lovers. It is a type of soup based on fish or prawns, with thick homemade noodles and the addition of, for example, a boiled egg.

Ikan Bakar

It literally means “burnt fish”, but fortunately it is only grilled fish, previously marinated and served with a spicy sauce.

Nasi Campur

It’s just a mix of rice and various additives, such as chicken, tofu and vegetables.

Going on vacation, but you don’t want to lie on the beach for another year in a row? You can snorkel! What is snorkeling and what do you need for it? What safety measures you should take to snorkel responsibly? We’ll explain everything to you in the article below!

Snorkeling – what is it?

Snorkeling means that a swimmer equipped with a mask, snorkel and fins, while floating on the surface of the water, observes the underwater life.

No special qualifications are needed for snorkeling. The activity itself is child’s play – by submerging your head under the water, you can freely admire the beauty of the underwater world. You take in the air with the snorkel in your mouth or with the snorkel built into your mask (depending on what type of equipment you choose).

Snorkeling does not require good swimming skills (but you have to take care of safety – more on that in a moment). It is enough to just go into the water and dip your face under the surface, protected with the mask.

What to remember while snorkeling?

Remember that snorkeling is only supposed to provide you with pleasure, so try to relax, but also choose the time and place responsibly. Before you go out to snorkel, check the sea conditions (e.g. if there are no large waves or strong currents) and choose a quiet place. The shallow waters of the cove beaches are usually great places for your first snorkeling trip.

Snorkeling safety

Snorkeling is a very pleasant form of recreation and at the same time, to keep it safe, you should remember a few rules.

  • When floating on the surface in the sun, it is worth wearing a short wetsuit or a T-shirt with a UV filter. This way you will avoid burns, which can be very unpleasant.
  • If you’re not swimming too well, it’s worth equipping (or borrowing) a snorkeling vest. It will increase safety, as it can be inflated when needed and stay calmly afloat. It may be needed when you get tired and away from the shore or you get a cramp.

A short drive takes us to the fishing village where after a short safety brief we get into our kayaks and paddle up the Kubang Badak River. We will kayak along the mangroves forest and enjoy the birdlife and wildlife here. We stop our paddle at a floating station up the river and then take another short walk to begin a 400 meter very easy hike through the mangrove forest to Pinang Cave, the remains of ancient sea cave formed by waves. We end this adventure at Jemuruk Island to have relaxing swim. Upon returning to the jetty, we then travel to a nearby local house for some homemade prepared lunch and refreshments.


  • MYR/RM 200 per adult
  • MYR/RM 150 per child
  • MYR/RM 250 per adult (with transfers)
  • MYR/RM 200 per child (with transfers)
  • A minimum of one (1) adult is required to be eligible for child ticket prices


  • Available: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday
  • Time: 09.30am – 01.00pm
  • Duration: 1.5hours kayaking, 30 minutes lunch, 15 minutes trekking, 30 minutes swimming
  • Attire: Swimming costume recommended under day wear. Comfortable shoes for hiking, hat, towel and change of clothes.
  • Numbers: Minimum 2 persons
  • Child Age: 5-12 Years Old
  • Fitness level: Average
  • Inclusive of: English-Speaking Nature Guide, sit on top explorer kayak with oar and life jackets will be provided, lunch at local family house and bottle drinking water.


  • 09.30am: Meet up at location, briefing and preparation
  • 09.40am: Kayaking start. Make a stop at Pinang Cave, Charcoal Kiln, Jemuruk Island
  • 12.30pm: Return to the Jetty, drive to a local house for Lunch
  • 01.00pm: Tour end