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On the horizon you could spot the hazy outline of Thailand.

Exploring Langkawi’s coastal mangrove forest was a really interesting day out where I got to see a whole range of animal and plant species in their natural habitat.

Cenang beach comes alive at sunset when locals and holidaymakers alike come to stroll along the water’s edge and watch the sun go down.

The bars turn on their twinkling fairy lights and you may be treated to live music or a fire juggling show.

It is an island of densely forested, rolling green hills, rice paddy fields and beaches of fine sand and turquoise water.

Most people book their Langkawi holidays to take advantage of the beautiful beaches, warm weather and shopping. It may seem like a slightly odd thing to be doing on a lovely little island, but in 1987 the Malaysian Government declared Langkawi duty free to boost tourism.

We cruised along this system of waterways as our knowledgeable guide explained how the mangroves survive in the salty water.

He also pointed out various animals who made their home amongst the branches of the mangrove forest; we were lucky to see a whole tribe of inquisitive monkeys plus a snake snoozing in the shade of the tree.

It’s worth noting that Cenang beach is close to the airport.

A tour of the mangroves also included a visit to a large cave where we were shown an ancient cycad – a plant resembling a palm tree – that was thought to be hundreds of years old.

We walked through the cave and could see – and smell – the resident bat population, plus a few examples of stalactites and stalagmites.

I was picked up at my accommodation by a driver who took me to meet the rest of my group at the beach where the boats were moored.

The boat starts off on the open ocean before diverting into the narrow tributaries of the dense mangrove forest that cover the north eastern part of the island.

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