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Things to do in Langkawi
Langkawi is an archipelago of 99 islands in the country of Malaysia. With white beaches, waterfalls, rainforests, jungles, wildlife, and more, you won’t be surprised to know that Langkawi is also called the “Jewel of Kedah.”
Start your trip by exploring the urban side of Langkawi. Find plenty of photo ops at the Legend Park and Eagle Square. The square’s giant eagle statue is also an impressive sight during sunset and at night. While you’re out at night, get your fill of the best street food next at the Langkawi night markets.
Discover more about Malaysia at Galeria Perdana. Check out the gorgeous abstract paintings at the Ibrahim Hussein Foundation Museum. Be part of the masterpieces at the interactive Art in Paradise 3D art museum.
Are you visiting Langkawi with your kids? Your family will love spending time with the animals of Underwater World, Crocodile Adventureland, and Langkawi Wildlife Park. Get even closer to Mother Nature with a trip to the Rice Garden Museum too.
Enjoy an elephant ride and an ATV adventure at the Oriental Village. From the ground to the skies, ride the Langkawi Cable Car to the top of Mt Machinchang. This is where you’ll get jaw-dropping panoramic views of the islands at the SkyBridge. You can’t miss experiencing “sky-trekking” at Skytrex Adventure. Feel like an acrobat or Tarzan himself when you fly, swing, glide and dangle from tree to tree above the lush Malaysian Rainforest.
Climb over 600 steps to see the breathtaking Telaga Tujuh Waterfalls. You can even enjoy a dip in the cool waters too. Find more spectacular scenery when you reach the peak of Gunung Raya.
Hop on a boat to explore the Kilim Karst Geoforest Park, and find gorgeous landscapes of limestone formations, caves, mangrove forests, and beaches. Other beaches in Langkawi that you should definitely visit are Tanjung Rhu, the popular Pantai Cenang, and the more relaxed Tengah Beach.
What you should know
The best time to visit Langkawi for good weather and fewer tourists is from the months of April to August. You can even score cheaper accommodation and tour package prices during these months too. To be sure that all attractions are open, the best time to visit Langkawi is during the high tourist season months of January to March.
English is widely spoken and understood in Langkawi, so you won’t have a hard time talking to the locals. But you can also pack a good Bahasa Malaysia phrasebook to help you on your trip.
Travel to Langkawi whenever you want because according to Singapore’s Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Singaporeans don’t need a visa to fly to Malaysia.
Travelling to and around Langkawi
From Singapore, your flight will be bound for Langkawi Airport, where you can reach the city by taxi. The best way for you to travel around Langkawi is by taxi or by hiring your own driver.
Adventure awaits! So pack your bags, get your passport ready, and go book your Langkawi flights with Skiddoo today.
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