Tours & Tickets
Langkawi Island is a well-known seaside resort. Many Malaysians come here for vacation. This place not only has translucent jade green ocean water and enchanting beaches, it also has many mysterious folktales and legends all waiting to be discovered. Langkawi Island also is a famous shopping paradise. Travelers can enjoy the island's favorable duty-free policies.
The Langkawi cable car arrives at the peak of Langkawi in two sections, standing on the observation deck at a height, overlooking the entire Langkawi. In addition to the dense forests, there are also the Seven Immortals Falls, the ocean and the surrounding islands. . The middle station is 600 meters above sea level and has an observation deck. At 709 meters above sea level, the Peak Station has two viewing platforms that offer panoramic views of Langkawi, especially the West Coast.
Pantai Cenang (Cenang Beach) to the southwest of Langkawi Island's Kuah Town is home to most of the island's beach villas and resorts. There aren't too many visitors here so it's nice and quiet with plenty of beautiful tropical plants lining the shore, along with white sandy beaches with enticing, shallow green waters. The ocean waters around here are teeming with thousands of species of marine life and diving is a popular activity. As you traverse the coral reef, you are bound to see a multitude of colorful tropical fish. In addition to diving, you can also take part in all sorts of interesting and exciting water sports such as banana boating, parasailing and jetskiing.
Underwater World Langkawi is located on Pantai Cenang and exhibits thousands of freshwater and marine fish and marine life. Attractive inside the museum is a huge water tank that houses sharks, squids, turtles and more. There is also an extra-long undersea tunnel where you can watch a variety of marine life from multiple angles. In addition, dolphin shows and penguin feedings are not to be missed.
Located on Malaysia's Langkawi Archipelago, the Langkawi Sky Bridge is a 125-meter curved cable-stayed pedestrian bridge. Formed of steel and concrete panels and supported by struts fixed to the mountainside, the bridge is suspended by eight cables and hangs high up in the air between two mountains.