Ideal duration: 2-3 days
Best Time: January-March Read More
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Attracting over 3 million travellers annually, Langkawi, or the Jewel of Kedah State, is an archipelago of 99 islands in Malaysia. Sprawled over the turquoise Malacca Strait, Langkawi flaunts serene beaches interspersed with cliffs and rainforests, expansive rice paddies, chic promenades, historical relics, and art galleries, bustling bazaars and duty-free shops.
Langkawi’s beaches like Pantai Kok, Pantai Tengah and Tengkorak are not only perfect for sunbathing but also feature white sands, nearby museums, and seafood cafes. Pulau Payar Marine Park is a diving hotspot, as are Tanjung Rhu and Pantai Cenang Beach for snorkelling. Popular hiking destinations include Gunung Raya, the region’s tallest peak with a golf course at its foot, Skytrail Jungle housing 500-year-old flora, and Langkawi Wildlife Park. Tourists love walking on the glass bridge at an elevation of 2,300 feet around Telaga Tujuh Waterfalls.
Learn about Langkawi and Malaysia’s history at Galeria Perdana Museum, Mahsuri Tomb and Museum, take a mangrove cruise at Kilim Karst Geopark, spend fun-filled afternoons at Eagle Square, and unwind at natural hot spring baths in Air Hangat Village. To put a perfect finishing touch to your Langkawi tour, relish street food at Ulu Melaka, and take home souvenirs and handicrafts from Kedawang and Temoyong Night Markets.
RM 100 onwards
RM 20 onwards
Langkawi is duty-free so it is a shopaholic's delight.
Q. "Link Hidden" I found some issues on the cable cars of Langkawi here, Is it true?