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A perfect getaway can be described by exotic beaches, mystical places and legends, exquisite rainforests and of course, duty-free shopping. That is the heady cocktail of things you would experience if you take a flight to Langkawi. Langkawi is an amalgam of 99 islands in the Andaman Sea at roughly a distance of 30 kilometers from the Malaysian west coast. Also known as the “jewel of Kedah”, Langkawi borders Thai and was once a domain of the Kedah Sultanate.
The glimmering sea with crystalline waters surrounding these magical islets is a perfect setting for a dream-come-true holiday. Not just the sea but its lush green rainforests and UNESCO world heritage mountains make Langkawi the biggest drawcard for the Malaysian tourism industry. Its unique cuisine would fulfill the gourmet in you while the duty-free shopping in its malls will be a treat for the shopaholic in you.
Tip: Langkawi is blessed with mild weather all year round and anytime is a good time to enjoy this mystical place.
Langkawi has been declared as a Global Geopark by UNESCO in 2007 and getting to Langkawi is pretty easy. The main airport serving the city is Langkawi International Airport (LGK) which is a 25 minutes drive from the Kuah city, the main city in Langkawi.
From Singapore, there are direct flights to Langkawi provided by Scoot Airlines and Air Asia Airlines. There are other airlines that fly directly to Kuala Lumpur, from there, one can get to Langkawi. Some of the major airlines which fly to Langkawi are Malaysia Airlines, Singapore Airlines, SilkAir Airlines, Malindo Airlines, and China Southern Airlines.
Cheap flights to Langkawi are provided by Air Asia airlines which might operate out of the KLI2 terminal which is roughly at a distance of 2 kilometers from the main Langkawi International Airport.
There is no public transport in Langkawi hence, one has to take the taxi, rental cars which you can self-drive or private/shared shuttle services. Just outside the baggage claim, you would find the taxi counter which has a coupon-based system that is very smooth and scam free. With fixed pricing, haggling is not a hassle to travel in the taxis.
Tip: Flying is the best and easiest option to travel between 2 islands in Langkawi. There are flights from AirAsia and SilkAir which are really cheap at USD 20 and flight durations are really short.
Tip: You could rent a car, bike or scooter to move around the island. For driving a car, you need an international driving license but for scooter and bike, no special documents are required.
Tip: One must try the many unique varieties of rice dishes found here, Nasi Kerabu, Nasi Dagang, and Nasi Tomato are some of the interesting dishes to try here.
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