Langkawi, as known by many is a prominent beach haven that not only features great beach locations but is also the perfect shopping paradise with its duty free malls and outlets. Despite playing under the warmth of the sun, while enjoying the splashing cool seawater and being all busy with the shopping voyage, Langkawi is also great for sightseeing. Scattering around the island are some of the most interesting yet dream-liked attractions that cannot be miss like the seven wells. What’s more, the core of Kuah town itself will also leave tourist amazed with its great culture from Mahsuri’s Tomb to Oriental Village.

Explore Langkawi

Langkawi as known by many is a beach paradise that sits off the coast of Kedah. Being 30km away from Kedah state, this remarkable island is what people call the Jewel of Kedah due to its popularity and its status of Duty Free. In order to land at this wonderland, tourists can choose to travel by plane to Langkawi International Airport or travel by boat via Langkawi Ferry or Telaga Harbour. Upon arriving at the island, the majestic Eagle Square or some known as Eagle Bay can be found where the strong and fierce Eagle sculpture can be found, a trademark of Langkawi itself. For tourists that travel via boat to Kuah Jetty, this is the first thing you will come across while you board.


Despite the magnificent eagle sightings, there are other interesting tourists locations from attractions that highlight the nature's sceneries to cultural and historical sites like the Telaga Tujuh Waterfalls, Crocodile Adventure land, Legend Garden, Underwater World, Oriental Village, Summer Palace and many more. As for beach lover, the must visit spot will be Pantai Cenang, the most prominent and popular beach around the island that is well-developed with amazing and unique eateries and diners at its side. Despite serving some of the most delicious delicacies, there are also plenty of activities in langkawi that will keep tourists entertained for hours from snorkeling, motorized beach rides, island hopping, etc. What's more, if seclusion is what you are looking for, then Pantai Kok, Pasir Tengorak, Datai Bay, Burau Bay will be perfect for a short hideaway.


After embracing the warmth of the sun with clear seawater, other must visit site will be the Cable Car ride and Sky Bridge. Riding the cable car up to the tip of Gunung Mat Cinchang, and being 700m above sea level, tourists will be brought on a dreamlike voyage that is both unforgettable and mesmerizing. Establishing amazing view of Langkawi Island itself and its neighbouring country, the Thai border, the sightings from the sky bridge is simply amazing. What's more, being awarded as a duty free island, shopping is a must; a series of shopping malls and outlets awaits tourists' arrival to venture into a shopping craze with the best deals and bargains. After all the shopping battle, then tourists can dig into the freshest seafood and yummy local or international delicacies that will trigger all your dining senses.