Zeilroute

Voorbeeld van een 8 daagse zeilroute in Maleisië

Starthaven is de Royal Langkawi Yacht Club aan de zuidkust van Langkawi eiland.

Dag 1 Langkawi Royal Yacht Club

Before heading off to explore some of Langkawi’s neighboring islands, make sure you don’t miss out on some of the top spots on the island. Temurun Waterfall on the northwestern part of the island is a popular destination for tourists from all over the world and is at its most spectacular from June to December. Underwater World is one of the largest marine and freshwater aquariums in Asia featuring over 5,000 varieties of fish and other exhibits from 500 species displayed in over 100 tanks.

Rice cultivation is the oldest industry in Malaysia with paddy fields visible everywhere on Langkawi. If you have ever wondered how a paddy is cultivated, take a visit to the Rice Museum.

The popular hot springs spot of Air Hangat Village include a three-tier hot spring fountain and an 18-meter long hand carved stone mural. Souvenir shops offer visitors a combination of spa and cultural experiences.
 
 
 
 

Dag 2: Langkawi - Pulau Dayang Bunting (ca 11 mijl)

The Island of the Pregnant Maiden
Pulau Dayang Bunting is the second largest island in the archipelago and unique because of the freshwater lake nestled within its core. A place for day-trippers to cool themselves in the clean, emerald waters, it is said that the magical powers of the water can help childless couples conceive and many come to the lake for such a reason!

 

 

 

 

 

Dag 3: Puau Dayang Bunting -  Panti Tengah (ca 9 mijl

This is a lovely quiet beach on Langkawi, perfect for sunbathing in peace and quiet.

Dag 4: Panti Tengah -  Datai ( ca 13 mijl)

Located on the northwestern shore of Langkawi, this location offers exclusive resorts and one of the world's best golf courses. There's incredible scenery in this area too.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dag 5: Datai -  Tanjong Rhu (ca 9 mijl)

This is a beautiful town with a very ritzy waterfront.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Dag 6: Tanjong Rhu -  Hole in the Wall (ca 6 mijl)

This area is actually the Kisap River, and so named because of the narrow entrance to the mangrove forest from the ocean. Once inside, there are myriad places to explore by dinghy, including caves and the mangrove forest.
Exploring the mangroves in silence will reward you with spectacular sightings of fish eagles, brahminy kites, various 'monkeys' (watch out for the spectacled long-tail macaques as they forage for crabs), colorful kingfishers, hornbills and giant monitor lizards

Dag 7: Hole in the wall - Pulau Bumbon (ca 12 mijl)

This island offers spectacular scenery and peaceful beaches.

Dag 8: Pulau Bumbon - Royal Langkawi Yacht Club ( ca 2 mijl)

 

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