Enchant in Langkawi, the exotic island of well-being
Among the many magical landscapes of Malaysia, the tropical island of Langkawi stands out because it manages to combine a special natural beauty with a multitude of activities that satisfy the tastes and preferences of all travelers.
Start your tour from the most central point of the island, the busy Kuah and indulge in its lively mood. Become one of the smiling locals, walk through its picturesque alleys, pass in front of the impressive Al Hana Mosque and get to know every aspect of the place's cultural heritage. Combine this walk with a visit to the special Ibrahim Hussein Museum and the Pasir Tengkorak
cultural institution to get the most out of the island's cultural wealth.
Head to the sandy beach of Pandai, a favorite meeting place of the locals, enjoy a cocktail under the lush casuarina trees and cool off with a dip in the crystal clear waters of the Indian Ocean. Once you are full of sunbathing, head to the popular Pyar Marine Park to explore the endless blue that surrounds the island.
Finish your day with a relaxing stroll in Oriental Village, where the commercial heart of the place beats, and explore the unique aromas and bright colors that adorn the special local tradition.
Food and local cuisine
A kitchen full of exotic flavors and aromas invites you to discover all its small and large gastronomic treasures that will satisfy every kind of visitor. Atmospheric restaurants, seaside taverns and outdoor stalls await you to try the most popular delicacies and snacks of the country which you will love.
Best time to visit Langkawi
The best time to visit Langkawi and enjoy the mild weather is from October to April.
How to use transportation in Langkawi
Transfer from/to Langkawi
In Langkawi you can travel by air as it has its own airport. You can use the local buses or rent a car to get to the center.
You can use city buses, taxis or rent a car to get to Langkawi.