A leisurely ride through the beautiful countryside of Langkawi. Rolling paddy fields, palm trees, water buffalos and quiet roads.
A quiet spot at the Telaga Harbour Park lighthouse in Langkawi. The harbour is noteworthy for Perdana Quay, a harbour opposite the marina that features a number of popular restaurants and pubs.
Quiet kampung houses line the roads leading to the Wat Wanararm in Langkawi, part of Kedah's Siamese heritage.
The remnants of the quiet fishing village at Telaga Harbour Park, Langkawi, which is now a well developed township that has a 27 acre bay with berthing facilities, making it the only harbour town in the region.
Beautiful views after the steep climb to Jugra Hill, Selangor, which served as a landmark for navigators of the Straits of Malacca for centuries. The hill was also known to foreign mariners as Parcelar Hill, derived from the Arabic name for it.