Located on the north eastern section of Langkawi with a myriad of flora and fauna waiting to be discovered. The famous Hole in the Wall is a natural anomaly that has formed a passage between imposing limestone cliffs. The varied habitat – limestone hills, forests and mangroves are relatively untouched by developments and are a wonderful sight to behold.
Your yacht charter route will take you through the mangoves of the Kilim River, where you are almost certain to see many types of wildlife, some of which are endemic to the island, such as the white belly sea eagle and the brahmani kite eagle (the proud symbol of Langkawi) plus otters, kingfishers and even dolphins. The river is partially protected from the winds blowing from the open sea by the islands of Pulau Anak Kilim and Pulau Tanggok and the coastal mangrove swamps.
Hidden between these mysterious mangroves and the surrounding limestone formations resides the Hole in the Wall fish farm and restaurant, an experience not to be missed as this restaurant is renowned as one of the worlds most unique dining establishments. This small fish farm has a casual dining room and commercial kitchen attached enabling you to choose your fish and see it cooked – you can’t get fresher than that! This is regarded as one of the best restaurants in the world.
Not all the fish are for eating and if you’re feeling brave try your hand at feeding the pet stingrays. Various tours are offered from the Hole in the Wall restaurant including a mangrove tour, dinner safari, a kayaking trip and also a fishing trip if stocks are a little low in the kitchen!
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