Langkawi Travel guide
Langkawi, the Jewel of Kedah (Malay: Langkawi Permata Kedah), is a district and an archipelago of 99 islands in the Andaman Sea some 30 km off the mainland coast of northwestern Malaysia. which is adjacent to the Thai border.this island is very similar to puket which includes beautiful beaches, Unexplored Corner of the Coral, scuba diving, blue water, sunny day and many more
As one of Malaysia’s best-known and most popular beach destinations, Langkawi island is home to historic attractions, excellent diving opportunities, exciting nightlife, and dirt-cheap shopping. No matter what the weather or season, there are tons of activities to do. So, if you’re a holiday season traveler, put Langkawi on your destination list now.
The beautiful beaches of Langkawi are what makes the island so popular. For calm waters, soft sand to sunbathe, or to enjoy one of Asia’s most beautiful sunset, head to Pantai Cenang Beach, Langkawi’s longest and most famous beach. Pantai Cenang and the nearby Pantai Tengah Beach also offer a range of water activities, including jet-skiing, parasailing, and banana boating.
Some other beautiful beaches are Pasir Tengkorak Beach, Black Sand Beach, and Tanjung Rhu Beach are also popular among tourists.
Probably the largest indoor tourist attraction on the island, Underwater World is located at the southern end of Pantai Cenang. If you’re not into snorkeling or diving, this is another great way to see Langkawi’s marine life. The giant aquarium can serve as a great indoor vacation adventure for families.
Langkawi Cable Car and SkyBridge
Langkawi’s cable car is the most popular thing to do on the island. The steep ride up Mount Machinchang stops at a midpoint, then continues onward; both stops have cafes and platforms for enjoying stunning views of the island. Once at the top, the Langkawi Sky Bridge, the island’s famous curved pedestrian cable-stayed bridge, awaits.
The Langkawi Sky Bridge is an engineering marvel that will let you walk across the highest mountains in Langkawi and offer some of the most enchanting sights you’ll ever come across in your life
Pulau Payar Marine Park
The largest of the islands, Pulau Payar, is where the Marine Park Center is located and where you can find important information about the do’s and don’ts while visiting the island. There are various water activities that travelers can participate in while here, such as scuba diving or even shark feeding. One of the most popular dive spots in the Coral Garden, a sectioned off area of the park where beautifully colorful corals are protected and preserved.
Pantai Cenang Rice Fields
Those who prefer a quieter scene to fill their vacation itinerary, head down to Pantai Cenang in Langkawi, and enjoy the scent of the cool breeze and the rays of the golden sun, while immersing yourself in their beautiful rice fields.