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- Datai Bay
- 16807+ Taxes 7639
- Pantai Cenang Beach
- 12589+ Taxes 5722
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The Jewel of Kedah
An island that is deeply rooted in folklore and mythology, Langkawi was historically a stop for seafarers. The plan to modernize and popularize Langkawi was later undertaken under the leadership of Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad. Today, as a tax-free island, it ranks second only to Penang in terms of tourist activities and inflow.
With white sand and coconut trees lining its borders, the beaches at this island district allow you to get a healthy glow to your skin, indulge in scuba diving, and much more. Must-visit tourist spots include the Langkawi Sky Bridge, Underwater World, Gunung Raya, and Pulau Payar Marine Park.
Diving is one of the most popular activities here. The southern beaches have spots which are perfect for beginners as well as experienced professionals.
For the Indian Traveler
During the British colonial rule, the hundreds of Indians sent to Malaysia to work on plantations have over the generations grown intoa large ethnic community. Hindu traditions, festivals, cuisine, and dialects are prominently present in its culture. How culture from back home is blended with local culture in Langkawi to create an entirely new feeling is something that can only be experienced.
A Malaysian Visa from their Embassy will have to obtained. However, those traveling here from Thailand, Indonesia, or Singapore would be eligible for a Visa on arrival.
Hotels in Langkawi
Accommodation options in this cluster of islands range from modest hostels to luxury resorts along the beach. If you are looking for budget hotels in Langkawi, opt for the ones near Pantai Cenang and Kuah. The latter is known for its historical attractions and diverse range of duty- free shops. If you are looking for mid-segment options then Pantai Tengah is the place to be.
For honeymooners looking to kindle their romance, luxury hotels in Langkawi can be found at Datai Bay. This area is surrounded by a tropical forest and lets you kick back at private beaches and its throbbing nightlife.
Things to remember
- Best time to visit is from January to March, which ensures you can enjoy all outdoor activities and stay protected from the rain
- Avoid displays of affection in public
- Since the public transport system is not the most efficient, rent either a car or any two wheeler
- When going for Diving check with your instructor regarding the time period, oxygen tanks, and the number of dives covered in your package
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*All prices displayed here are indicative, prices will vary based on your dates of travel.