If you ever wanting to get a perfect tanned body, Langkawi Island is a perfect tropical paradise for you. The climate here is summer all year, you may travel there anytime you want. Here’s a quick note about the beautiful island located in Kedah, Malaysia if you ever wanted to travel there:
Langkawi is a tropical island, made up of soft white sand beaches and forest-covered mountains, hills and rich fauna. The turquoise sea invites tourists to dive in and explore the beauty of the underworld. The whole family can enjoy a scuba diving or snorkeling experience, provided by highly trained experts. The Andaman Sea waters are crystal clear so you can see the spectacular coral reefs, unusual rock formations, and a variety of marine life, even whale sharks and manta rays. Pulau Payar Marine Park is a great place for diving enthusiasts.
After a day at the beach you can rent a car with this highly recommended perkhidmatan kereta sewa, motorbike or bicycle to explore other areas of the island such as the Oriental Village, an asian-themed open-air complex, featuring local and international restaurants, souvenir and retail stores, art galleries, animal exibits (even an exotic snake charmer and an elephant which offers rides for tourists!), traditional music and many more. Here you can also find the most popular attractions of the island, the thrilling Langkawi Cable Car and Sky Bridge. The Cable Car will take you up the Machincang mountain (708m) from where you can observe the rainforests and the unique geological formations dating back over 450 million years. At the Top Station there are two viewing platforms where you can enjoy the dramatic panorama. The Sky Bridge is accesible from here as well, offering visitors the chance of viewing the stunning sights from a different angle, being suspended from a single pylon at 100 meters above ground.
Nature lovers can choose from a variety of tours created especially for them, such as rainforest trekking adventures, eagle watching tours, cycling tours and others. The Langkawi Crocodile Farm is very popular because it hosts the largest number of crocodile and alligator species in the world. Here you can feed the crocodiles in a controlled environment or see an adrenaline-filled show where a trainer wrestles a crocodile.
If shopping is what you are looking for, then Langkawi is the right place for you. The island has been duty-free since 1987 so you can find ultra-cheap alcohol, cigarettes and chocolate. There are a lot of shopping malls and also a night market where you can negotiate with the vendors for all kinds of local items, including food. In Langkawi there is a variety of delicious dishes, for every taste and budget. Grilled seafood, chicken or beef satay and green mango salad are only some of the specialties. You can find many great family restaurants in Pantai Cenang, Tengah and Kuah areas. The luxury resorts and hotels have their own restaurants but many tourists choose to go out and explore other venues as well.
The perfect ending for a day on the Langkawi Island would be going on a romantic luxury yacht cruise, drinking cocktails or partying in Pantai Cenang at one of the beach bars hosting live music events, watching the sunset surrounded by tall coconuts and casuarinas. Pantai Tengah is an alternative for those who want to see the sunset in a more calm and quiet atmosphere, the area being populated more by hotels than crowded bars.
The diversity of activities and places to see in Langkawi makes it one of the most beautiful tourist destinations in Asia. It is a very safe area that makes visitors eager to come back for more!
The Langkawi Island can be reached by air, through the Langkawi International Airport or by ferry to the Langkawi Jetty Point. Express ferries provide daily trips from Kuala Kedah, Kuala Perlis and Penang to Langkawi, the journey taking about an hour. Satun and Ko Lipe in Thailand also offer round the clock ferry services to the island.