Dream Forest Langkawi

Langkawi Dream Forest

Dream Forest Langkawi is a new tourism attraction opening on 1 May at the foot of Gunung Raya mountain.

This new tourism attraction in Langkawi Island is set to be placed on a world-class level, which is part of an integrated project comprising a Dream Forest Immersive Park and Dream Forest Book Village.

Dream Forest Langkawi

The Dream Forest Langkawi is also built at around 20 million ringgit (US$4.5 million). The project is also conceptualized and developed by Enfiniti Group and led by Malaysian Tiara Jacquelina.

Dream Forest Langkawi Tiara Jacquelina
Tiara Jacqueline (centre) during a press conference.

The tourism attraction will feature a multi-sensory, immersive evening walk through a 1.2km trail in Langkawi’s lush rainforest, where local stories and legends of the island come alive through the soundscape, illuminations and projection mapping on the trees and the ground. Some spaces are also interactive.

During the day, visitors can enjoy nature walks, and at night, the forest transforms into a 6.39-hectare-wide natural theatrical space.

When the sun goes down, the forest comes alive…. and the tales of Tasik Dayang Bunting, Merong Mahawangsa and the Giants of Langkawi turn into interactive adventures for visitors of all ages.

Dream Forest Langkawi Tiara Jacquelina
Tiara Jacqueline during the press conference event.

Tiara Jacquelina mentioned the following at a press conference;

“The project was four years in the making. It started in 2019 as a very different project, designed to be experienced as separate stories told through various mediums of technology in individual pavilions.

This was part of a plan to revitalize and reinvigorate the beautiful, former Kampung Buku of Langkawi. We even had plans for a spectacular nightly performance in an outdoor theatre.

By 2020, it was very clear that the tourism industry and attractions like the one we created needed to adapt to a new normal with Industrial Revolution 4.0. The world was changing; the way people traveled and consumed entertainment was changing.”

Before you visit the Dream Forest, you must know the following;

  1. The venue is dark and has many rough pathways. Wear comfortable shoes such as sneakers.
  2. To avoid mosquito bites, wear long sleeves and long pants to avoid skin exposure, and use insect repellent.
  3. The park is enormous. Give yourself enough time to explore.

Dream Forest Book Village – Phase 2

The second phase will be known as Dream Forest Book Village, which will house an events space, F&B and retail outlets, and picnic spots.

There will also be regularly curated cultural-based pocket performances of music, dance and poetry readings around the gardens or at the 120-seat amphitheatre.

Map Dream Forest Langkawi
The map to the attractions.

Dream Forest Langkawi

  • Opening: 1 May 2023
  • Hours: 5.00/7.00 PM to 12.00 AM
  • Closed: Every Wednesday
  • Location: Taman Rekrasi Lubuk Semilang, 07000 Kuah, Kedah
  • For more information, please visit the official Dream Forest Langkawi website

Tickets for Dream Forest Langkawi

  • Malaysians – RM68 adults, RM48 children, RM28 senior citizens
  • Non Residentials – RM98 adults, RM68 kids, RM38 senior citizens
  • Langkawi residents – RM38 adults, RM28 children, RM 28 senior citizens

*Please note that the prices are based on a press release announcement in February 2023.


The project’s first phase is called Dream Forest Immersive Park and is set to open in May at the foot of Gunung Raya mountain.

For those wanting to know more, you can also read Tiara Jaqueline’s interview about Dream Forest Langkawi with Business Today, done in February 2023.

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