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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.

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cassowary | Langkawi Wildlife Park

Cassowaries are deadliest and dangerous birds in the world.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FCpSjBpfg2k Cassowaries are striking to look at with a vivid blue face, two red wattles hanging from their neck and a casque on top of their heads. It is covered

Crocodile | Langkawi Wildlife Park

Saltwater Crocodiles have a reputation as a man-eater and deadly predators.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IB8m9u6smXo Saltwater crocodiles also known as estuarine crocodiles. They are enormous creatures and world’s largest living reptiles and largest crocodile in the world. The average male is 5 meter in

Mini Macaw | Langkawi Wildlife Park

Chestnut-fronted macaws are mini macaws with big brains and intelligent.

Chestnut-fronted macaws are mostly shimmery green with dark, chestnut-colored patches on their forehead and under their beaks. The crown of their head has a patch of iridescent blue feathers and

Pelican | Langkawi Wildlife Park

Pink-backed Pelican are among the smallest of pelican species in the world.

Pink-backed Pelicans have mostly grey plumage with a pinkish back and underparts. The pink color comes from a gland and is spread while preening. They are approximately 49 inches to

Timorensis Deer | Langkawi Wildlife Park

Timorensis Deer is also known as a Javan Deer in most parts of the world.

Male Timorensis Deer are larger than females. Both have a rough grayish-brown coat that is often coarse in appearance. Their ears are rounded and broad and the animals look short

Mandarin Duck | Langkawi Wildlife Park

Did you know Male and Female Mandarin Ducks look different from each other?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=j2OvjKA6qmo Male Mandarin Duck is a beautifully colored with a greenish-black forehead and a purple crest near the back of the head. The sides of the head are creamy white

Brahminy Kite | Langkawi Wildlife Park

Brahminy Kite is the symbol of Langkawi Island.

The Brahminy Kite is one of the medium-sized raptors with a white head and breast. The rest of of is body is striking chestnut brown. The wings are broad with

Koi Fish | Langkawi Wildlife Park

Most expensive Koi Fish ever sold in the world.

Red is the koi’s signature color but it is not only shade the species rocks. Koi fish have 6 type of color of cells in their skins such as red,

Flamingo | Langkawi Wildlife Park

Why Greater Flamingos often be seen standing on one leg?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PU8QcB-tx14 Greater flamingos have their feathers are pinkish or white, the wing covers are red and the primary and secondary flight feathers are black. They have around 40 to 60

Iguana | Langkawi Wildlife Park

Green iguanas have third eyes on their top head.

Green iguanas averaging around 6.5 feet long and weighing about 11 pounds. They have a row of spines along their backs and along their tails which help them to protect

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