Kilim Karst Geoforest Park

Langkawi UNESCO GLobal Geopark > Nature

Located in the eastern part of Langkawi, Kilim Karst Geoforest Park is the largest of the three main parks. It is named after the river that runs through it and the predominant rock strata. The park features extensive mangrove forests and stunning karst formations, created through the dissolution and erosion of limestone from the Setul Formation. These processes have produced numerous sea stacks, sea arches, and pinnacles. The mangrove forests provide a habitat for several rare species of flora and fauna, such as the limestone cycad that grows on vertical cliff faces, the bright yellow sea hibiscus, and the iconic brahminy kite and sea eagle.

Experience the wonders of nature at Langkawi’s coastal mangrove forest. Start your journey at the jetty, where you can walk along a wooden platform through a mangrove swamp, admiring the natural beauty of overhanging Bogak trees, tree crabs, macaques, and unique limestone formations. The path leads you directly to a bat-filled cave! You can also explore the forest reserve by boat, learning about its ecology, medicinal plants, and migratory birds.


Kilim Geoforest Park
Jeti Pelancongan Sungai Kilim
Mukim Air Hangat,
07100 Langkawi, Kedah
Tel : +604 959 2324