Langkawi Island

Langkawi is an archipelago made up of 99 islands on Malaysia’s west coast. Surrounded by a turquoise sea, the interior of the main island is a mixture of picturesque paddy fields and jungle-clad hills. If you’re intent on carting off duty-free alcohol, cigarettes and chocolate, then this is the place to be. Still, nature lovers will find the island just as agreeable as the shoreline is fringed by powder-fine sand and swaying coconut trees. Some tourists only consider going to Langkawi because of its gorgeous beaches, but this Island has filled with much more magic. Thanks to its rainforest areas, waterfalls, and local culture! 

The island is especially recognised for its excellent diving opportunities and this tropical gem hides a treasure trove of other exciting holiday opportunities. From the expansive Underwater World Langkawi along Pantai Cenang to the soaring Cable Car in Pantai Kok, Langkawi is an electrifying locale that keeps visitors coming back for more.

 

When to visit Langkawi?

The climate at Pulau Langkawi can be described as tropical and is strongly influenced by the monsoon. The temperatures are constantly high throughout the year. There are only minimal fluctuations. Night values of about 23 °C are usual, while during the day 31 °C to 34 °C are measured on average. Unlike other places In Malaysia, you can travel to Langkawi all year round. The dry season on Langkawi falls on the travel season from November to mid-April, the rainy season runs from about the beginning of May to early November. The highest rainfall is in September and October. The driest months are January to March. The best time and also the most crowded time in Langkawi is between November and April when it rarely rains,

Langkawi Attractions

The best attractions in Langkawi make the most of the natural landscapes, expansive parks, and iconic structures that no first-time visitor should skip on their travel itinerary. As one of Malaysia’s best-known and most popular beach destinations, the massive island is home to historical attractions, great fare, excellent diving opportunities, exciting nightlife and dirt-cheap shopping. Langkawi’s pristine beaches – namely Datai Bay, Pantai Cenang, and Tanjung Rhu – are also rated among the best in the world while vast roads provide easy access to its vibrant beach towns. Due to the size of the island, Langkawi’s best attractions are best explored by rented vehicles. 

Not only beaches but there are also various tourist attractions that are worth a visit. Visitors who love to see animals in action are recommended to visit the Crocodile Farm, Bird Paradise and the Underwater World where there are tremendous showcases of the unique species in this tropical country. If you are looking to see some local landmarks, head on to Kuah Town where you will be able to see the eagle monument stand firms at the Eagle Square. If you are a chocolate lover, there are a lot of shops within the town that sell duty-free chocolates imported from other parts of the world, Australia, Switzerland and Netherlands are just a few to name. 

Get a cable car ride to Mount Machincang for about an hour of fun-filled adventure. Explore the heights of the amazing forests as you sail by the beautiful scenery. On the way up, visitors will also get the chance to discover the Seven Wells Waterfalls, a place where you will see water streams from the mountain falls into 7 pools. For visitors who wish to see the waterfalls up close can also opt for a walking tour. After the cable car ride, visit the Oriental Village, an Asian-inspired village that is filled with many restaurants, traditional activities and even performances.

 

Things To Do In Langkawi Island

One of the common activities to do in Langkawi would be island-hopping, whereby tour guides would bring visitors around and explain the formation of the islands that resemble something, such as the Pregnant Maiden Island. These tours would take roughly four hours and during the tour, visitors would be in awe as they know about the history of the islands. Diving and snorkelling enthusiasts should go nowhere other than to visit some of the magnificent diving and snorkelling spots within the island, Pulau Payar Marine Park is definitely a place that every scuba diver and snorkeler should pay a visit as the park offers great diving spots to discover magnificent underwater marine life that you will not get to see elsewhere - More Attraction Of Langkawi