The beauty of kilim lies in diverse dramatic karstic landscapes and landfroms. It is located at the eastern part of the Langkawi Island.
Various shapes and form of hills, island and pinnacles and dissolution of the Setul limestone. Dissolution usually begins along weaker zones such as joints, faults and bedding planes. Among the key landform features in Kilim are isolated and sparsely vegetated limestone hills with very few surface streams. Such dramatic features are remnant of ingoing dissolution, processes. Sometimes, dissolution of the limestone result in limestone pinnacles. These pinnacles can also be left standing as stacks in the sea after prolonged erosion. Coastal landforms are also dramatic, with cliffs dropping vertically into the water. Some of these cliifs dropping vertically into the water. Some of these cliffs have been and carved into sea notches and sea arches by wave actions.
exhibit some very well developed subterranean drainage systems as a product of prolonged dissolution processes upon the Setul limestone. Basically, acidic, rain water seeps into narrow cracks within the limestone beds and dissolve cavities along fault and point plane. As these features enlarge, they join together to form big chambers or mazes of passageways.