Are you itching for a getaway? Are you ready to travel again?
If you’re looking to explore the ruins of lost civilizations, uncover the secrets of nature reserves and national parks or want to examine ancient monuments up close, read this short guide from Scott Dunn on how best to explore and experience five UNESCO-designated sites and if they are VTL friendly or not.
1. Kilim Karst Geoforest, Langkawi
Langkawi is a Malaysia – Singapore flight and VTL is in place it is essentially an archipelago of 99 beautiful islands in the northwest corner of Malaysia. Traverse through the Kilim Karst Geoforest, Southeast Asia’s first-ever UNESCO Global Geopark system, that is sprawling with mangrove swamps and dramatic limestone cliffs teeming with local wildlife including macaques, otters, fish eagles and tree crabs.
If you are adventurous enough, wander through bat caves to admire the stalagmites and stalactites formations, take a cable car to the island’s peak and enjoy superb panoramic views or hop on a boat out to snorkel around the surrounding islands and reefs. However, if all you want to do is relax, bask in the sun on sweeping coves of silvery sand and year-round balmy seas to enjoy this tropical island paradise.