The story of the formation of Langkawi will begin some 550 mill years ago when the earth was divided into two super continents, one located in the northern hemisphere called Lauasia, while the other located in the southern hemisphere was called Gondwanaland. It was here at Gondwanaland that the oldest part of Langkawi and Malaysia were to be formed. Gondwanaland was then a lifeless continent of deserts, lakes and rivers. Here at mouth of one of its many rivers that Langkawi was first born. Sand, silt and mud are transported downstream and as the river met the primeval seas these fine sediments are sedimentary laid and eventually formed a delta.…
The cycle is back! Raining season has arrived with lots of rain in end of August and today! The record held so far, five days of continuous rain in which it is the longest ever since I arrived on this island.
When I joined Junglewalla in December 2010, I was pulled into an activity initiated by the Andaman Resort resort known as ‘coral clearing.’
Looking at Langkawi at eagle's eye viewpoint which I dream for so long already. The beauty of this island undoubtly stunning. My camera clicking non stop during this one hour ride.
It has been Irshad’s wish for quite a while to have an environmentally friendly motor boats to reduce noise, fuel and exhaust pollutants. Early this year that dream comes true when we meet Philip Johnston, director of Power Eco Energy Solutions.