Langkawi's food is also centered around seafood and Malay dishes, everything from elegant fine dining restaurants to hawker center bbq.
Gulai House: nestled in a pristine tropical rainforest
The Gulai House restaurant is a specialty restaurant in the Andaman hotel, nestled in a pristine tropical rainforest, next to a stunning beach, where you can enjoy a delicious meal while taking in the wonderful scenery. The restaurant mainly features Malay and Indian dishes. Crab soup, satays and desserts are famous. Gulai house's reservation card is very special. It consists of leaves picked from the mountains written with the name of Gulai House and that of the guests.
Cenang Beach is the center in Langkawi and is located some 25 km Southwest of Kuah. This is usually the first stop to a self-driving ride, with shops, restaurants, hotels all nearby. You can rent cars, have a massage, book a diving session or other adventures.
Gorgeous natural scenery aside, we can't mention Langkawi without a word about its hotels. Staying here is an experience in its own--they hotels are really something else. So if you get the chance to visit Langkawi, experience its hotels for yourself, and we think you'll agree (with a long sigh of admiration...).
Labuk Bay: Proboscis monkeys and firefly watching
The Labuk Bay Proboscis Monkey Sanctuary is the best place to watch proboscis monkeys in the world. Visitors get to take photos of the monkeys close up at their mealtime. The proboscis monkeys have surprisingly large noses, and the older they are, the longer the noses. When they are excited, the big noses stand up or throb up and down, which looks very amusing.