POPULAR THINGS TO DO IN LANGKAWI
FUN WITH KIDS
BOAT RIDES & CRUISES
RENT A CAR
The Malaysian famous Cable Car ride is in Langkawi and it is not to be missed. Apart from from that, take a hike on Gunung Raya for panoramic views, stroll through Laman Padi for the stunning rice fields and marvel at the Kilim Karst Geoforest Park. Then you have the Telaga Tujuh Waterfalls, the home of the fairies and Datai Bay to end your day with beautiful sunset views.
Whether you are visiting Langkawi with friends or family, it has something for everyone. The sun, sea and beaches just makes it the perfect getaway for the weekend or you can even spend a week there. With every visit to Langkawi there is always something new to explore and discover.
So if you are looking to soak in the sun and do a lot of outdoor activities and tours, then plan to visit Langkawi between January to March. In fact, in anticipation of good rainless weather, the tourist flow actually starts from October end or November beginning and continues well into April.
Want to enjoy Langkawi without the chaos of crowds? Avoid going during the school holidays, as there will be long lines and plenty of screaming kids. During the low seasons in Langkawi you can get car rentals and accommodation for a fraction of the price compared to the high school holiday season.
Thinking of staying in Pantai Tengah? Here are some things to consider; Pantai Tengah is for those looking for a laidback nightlife scene by the beach. It is a quiet stretch of beach with several basic chalets and all-inclusive resorts with a good view of the Andaman Sea. It is the longest stretch of beach in Langkawi and is especially popular with travelling families. Accommodation options include Ambong-Ambong, Resorts World Langkawi and Aseania Resort Langkawi.
Pantai Kok is for those looking for a peaceful and relaxing getaway. Surrounded by limestone hills and lush rainforests the beaches also feature very clean sands and clear waters. Attractions located nearby are such as the Telaga Tujuh Waterfalls, Mat Cincang Mountain and Langkawi Cable Car. Check out these amazing places to stay at, The Smith House, The Danna Langkawi and Berjaya Langkawi Resort.
Situated on the southeast corner of Langkawi, Kuah is the island’s main town and arrival point for those who travel via ferries. While there aren’t any stretches of beaches, Kuah houses several historical attractions as well as excellent duty-free stores selling kitchenware, chocolates, alcohol, apparel and perfume. Amazing accommodations in Kuah include The Westin Langkawi Resort, The St.Regis Langkawi and Adya Hotel.