Langkawi, an archipelago of 104 islands located in North West Malaysia, where the Andaman Sea meets the Straits of Malacca, proclaims a true paradise of white sands, magical sunsets and peaceful sun filled days.
Malaysia is made up of two regions namely West Malaysia and East Malaysia. West Malaysia is a peninsular connected to continental South East Asia, whereas East Malaysia is part of the world’s third largest island Borneo.
Continental South East Asia has a recorded 1225 species of birds including its winter migrants with West Malaysia (Peninsular Malaysia) and East Malaysia (Borneo: Sabah and Sarawak) accounting for over 742 species. Sabah has a total of 568 species, 399 of which are resident and 197 migrants.