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A Little More Facts About Us

"Langkawi Wildlife Park" as we are known is managed by Wildlife Planet Sdn Bhd and located at Lot 1485, Jalan Ayer Hangat, Kampung Belanga Pecah, 07000 Langkawi, Kedah, Malaysia.

We opened to the public with the park named as "Langkawi Bird Paradise" on 30th November 2002. It was officially launched by the Chief Minister Of Kedah, Y.A.B. Dato Seri Razak Zain on 24th December 2002. On 1st January 2006 and in line with the new range of wildlife exhibits, we changed the name to "Langkawi Wildlife Park".

Beautiful birds greet you as you stroll through tropical gardens. Walk through our large enclosed bird rooms where the larger species have room to stretch their wings and fly and enjoy our park's concept that provides the following:

  • • Visitors can have close interaction with animals through fun feeding session
  • • Customer-friendly service that includes 'In House Guide° service
  • • A variety of species are exhibited including birds, mammals, reptiles, fishes, and orchids
  • • A more enjoyable experience for visitors with many interesting activities organized

So, wait no further, we would love to see you visit us.

Call us now to plan your next safari +(6) 04 966 5855

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Testimonials

Just visited today and I must say its a wonderful place.. Especially for animal lovers... The entry ticket is reasonable and if u pay another 6 rm u can buy food to feed the animals.. The birds are amazing to see and the rabbits are soo cute u can hold them if you want to.... There are diffrent timings where u can feed the animals for free... Just ask someone for tht information... The staff around thr will guide u if u need assistance in anything.. Overall it's just amazing...

Ritikaa B – visited June 2015, Trip Advisor –

Wonder full staff, well maintained place, amazing in door and outdoor designs and inovation. A must see place.

Rejith D – visited May 2015, Trip Advisor –

I loved it. Definitely do not forget to buy food for feeding at the entrance as this is the main attraction. You get really close to the animals. Handfeeding ostrich is was really cool.

Jan S – visited May 2015, Trip Advisor –

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Yellow Burmese Pythons

Burmese pythons, with their beautifully patterned skin, rapid growth rate, and generally docile disposition, may be best known as the large snake of choice among reptile owners. Unfortunately these potentially

Raccoon

These ubiquitous mammals are found in forests, marshes, prairies, and even in cities. They are adaptable and use their dexterous front paws and long fingers to find and feast on

Porcupine

Porcupines have soft hair, but on their back, sides, and tail it is usually mixed with sharp quills. These quills typically lie flat until a porcupine is threatened, then leap to attention as

Grey Cassowary

Cassowary is a member of a group of large, flightless birds called ratites. There are three species of cassowary that can be found in New Guinea and northeastern parts of

White Peacock

Often referred to as an albino peacock, it is nothing of the sort. It's technically a white peacock which is a genetic variant of the Indian Blue Peafowl. The colors in the feathers

Parrot

Parrots are members of the order Psittaciformes, which includes more than 350 bird species, including parakeets, macaws, cockatiels and cockatoos. Though there are many types of parrots, all parrot species

Ostrich

Ostriches are large, flightless birds that have long legs and a long neck that protrudes from a round body. Males have bold black-and-white coloring that they use to attract females.

Mouse-Deer

This is the latest addition to a special European-wide endangered species breeding programme, designed in response to the deforestation of its Asian habitat. The animals are also poached for their

Monkey

There are currently 264 known monkey species. Monkeys can be divided into two groups, Old World monkeys that live in Africa and Asia, and New World monkeys that live in

Meerkat

The meerkat or suricate (Suricata suricatta) is a small carnivoran belonging to the mongoose family (Herpestidae). It is the only member of the genus Suricata. Meerkats live in all parts

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