Friday, July 29, 2005


Kedah, Malaysia is a land rich in history and natural beauty. All over the state you will see large tracts of paddy fields, rubber estates, secondary forests and virgin highlands. A scatter of pristine islands and beach paradises can be found off the west coast and undulating hills and natural forests form the eastern part of the state.
The state can lay claim to roots in an ancient civilisation that is older than any other state in the country. As far back as the 5th century AD, traders who plied the East-West trade route from India to China called at Kuala Muda using Gunung Jerai (Kedah Peak) as a navigational point.

The most popular tourist destination in Kedah is Langkawi islands.

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