“If you love life, don’t waste time, for time is what life is made up of.” ~ Bruce Lee
Sunset in Tanjung Rhu Resort, Langkawi, Malaysia © Jojie Alcantara
I could never get over the sunset in Langkawi. This particular area is the 5-star Tanjung Rhu Resort, located at the northernmost tip of Langkawi Island. Spread over 1,100 acres of sprawling rainforest, healthy mangroves, and rolling limestone, this breathtaking private 2.5 km beach may well be unmatched anywhere else in the island. I stayed in another beautiful resort, but we had a beautiful dinner overlooking the beach here, where I had an opportunity to witness a gorgeous sunset at that moment.
Witnessing nature’s gentler show of force makes one feel that hope is always available at any given moment. All we need to do is acknowledge this miracle and glean inspiration from it. Dispel your negativity, and you will attract positive energy.
That I can guarantee. (I’ve always been known to be a cheerful person).
Langkawi is a not so hidden paradise which comprises of 99 islands surrounded by pristine waters and lush rainforest. The mysterious islands are steeped in fascinating legends and folklores. It has been cited as a UNESCO Geopark (geological park) in recognition of its amazing and significant geological formations and untouched paradise. The park covers mountainous peaks, sandstone formations, limestone caves, mystical lakes, waterfalls as well as fascinating flora and fauna dwelling in its environmental wonder. Recently, National Geographic has listed it as one of the top ten most beautiful beaches in the world.
Special thanks to Tourism Malaysia, Silkair, LADA, and Frangipani Resort