Langkawi is an archipelago of 99 islands for travel destination distinguished with virgin wilderness of nature (pristine sea, beaches, caves, mangroves, rich underwater world), and outstanding developed infrastructure; from vast roads providing easy access to many historical landmarks and picturesque attractions and souvenir shops and attractions to duty frees, VIP-hotels, sailing regattas, spa, water sports, diving & snorkeling, jungle trekking and much more.
Langkawi has very convenient transport access, both from Kuala Lumpur and Thailand.
Beaches and sea cruises
Various beaches such as Pantai Kok, Cenang, Tengah, Datai and Burau Bay are perfections in reality; they offer the ideal destination to spend a carefree days under welcoming sun and evening walks. It is worth to mention exciting water sports and live music.
Cruises connecting the islands makes you to adore the beauty of picturesque islands, welcoming breeze, pleasing sun, and feeling that time stopped and eternity would never cease… In advance, you may pre-arrange a barbecue to make it on the islands as well as scuba diving, etc.
According to famous news agency CNN’s survey, Tanjung Rhu beach won 49th place of the World’s 100 best beaches. This divine destination offers you clear water, white sand, matchless views of the neighboring islands, which you can get by walk at low tides.
Pulau Payar Marine Park is an ideal place for diving and snorkeling to observe the richness of the underwater world, colors’ play under sunrays over iridescent corals.
Southest Asia’s First Geopark belongs to UNESCO Global Geopark Network and boasts with many geological objects of stunning natural beauty such as steep limestone hills, cliffs and pinnacles of various shapes and sizes, beautiful marble rocks.
Lake Of The Pregnant Maiden is the largest freshwater pool on the island of indescribable beauty, inspired for beautiful legends.
The Hole In The Wall Fish Farm is the ethnic cuisine offered in the restaurant floating over river through the scenic jungle where you can also feed fishes by your hand.
Seven Wells is geological gift by Mother nature, created as the seven levels of a waterfall that carved out in the rock seven natural pools. The natural wonder is magnified by the surrounding splendor of lash jungle not to mention scenery of endless sea.
Caves deserve special attention. Therefore a best way would be to make the unusual journey to them by boat through mangroves where caves hide interesting geological rock formations, ancient rock paintings, and, of course, thousands of bats.
Royal Langkawi Yacht Club is a well-equipped club & hotel of limited access to public but with available yachts for rental. Two restaurants with excellent panorama are opened with no restriction.
Telaga Harbour Park is a harbor for different vessels. The harbor consists of an administration building, a business center, a control tower and others.
Cable Car rides you up to 700 m high mountain summit to open a magnificent panorama of the Andaman Sea and dizzying views of the cliffs, the bird’s eye view of lush rainforests beneath, scattered islands, majestic scenery of sea and the coastline of Thailand. Here, on the top of the mountain, you can take a walk on the breath-taking 125 m long suspended ‘Sky Bridge’ which has been just renovated in December, 2014. Also here, on the mountain top, there is a quaint Oriental Village. Here you can visit the largest in Malaysia 3D Art Museum, elephant & tiger exhibits, in Anjung Spa you can dip your feet into the spa and schools of fish will make a feet massage peeling all dead skin off your feet to rejuvenating it, and, of course, go for shopping and try delicious food in café and restaurants. Also there is a safari in the jungle by all-terrain vehicles (or ATV / QUAD) Adventure, that offers an adventurous trip deep through jungles and ride along picturesque beaches. For children, the village has the fun mini zoo (Animal Farm) and many other children-oriented facilities.
Galeria Perdana is a collection of more than 2,500 personal gifts of the former Premier-Minister of Malaysia Dr. Mahathir. The Gallery is ornamented with rich decoration of interior.
The rice yard ‘Laman Pada’ introduces history of rice planting industry.
Underwater World Aquarium houses more than 5,000 sea animals and species including harbor seals, rockhopper penguins, sharks, stingrays, eels, turtles, which can be almost touched by hands in the walk-through 15 m long underwater tunnel.
Langkawi Bird Paradise offers more than 2,500 of exotic and unique birds of 150 species such as canaries, owls, eagles, toucans, hornbills and flamingos.