Forget bicycles built for two. Kayaking is a great way to share your love for adrenaline and the great outdoors. Malaysia’s waters are great for kayaking. Imagine paddling your way through the jungles of Borneo on a winding river or enjoy the sea breeze along the South China Sea. Kayaking is a great way to explore your natural surroundings. In Sarawak, have a go at a rainforest kayaking excursion from Krokong to the Wind Cave along the Sarawak Kanan River. In Langkawi, you can explore the local mangrove geopark by kayak. Want to battle the rapids? More experienced kayakers can try whitewater kayaking at the Kampar River in Perak (Note: you WILL get wet).
Malaysia’s lakes are also great for kayaking – check out Lake Temengor in Perak, Lake Kenyir in Terengganu and Lake Bera in Pahang. The Seribuat Archipelago off the southeast coast of Peninsular Malaysia boasts a cluster of 52 islands including Tioman, Sibu Besar and Rawa; perfect for multi-day expeditions at sea. On the west coast of Sabah, the Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park promises a myriad of experiences: explore secluded bays, discover hidden spaces of mangrove swamps or just hop from one beautiful island to another.


My Gopeng Resort
Tel: +6 05 2423 777 / 5493 777
Fax: +6 05 5679


Kuching Kayak
Kuching, Malaysia
Tel: +6013 811 9668


Kota Kinabalu, Sabah
Tel: +6 088 260501 / +6 088 260502
Fax: +6 088-261503


Langkawi Mangrove Tour
Langkawai, Malaysia
Tel: +6017 567 6065


Dev’s Adventure Tours
Langkawi, Kedah
Tel: +60 (0)19 4949193
Fax: +60 (0)4 9554892

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