The Jewel of Kedah, Langkawi has achieved the tag of Tropical Paradise. This archipelago with 99 islands is bejeweled with thick forests, and the beaches with different tinges- white, golden, and black. This duty-free tourist attraction of Malaysia is bestowed with amenities like 5-star properties, spas, restaurants which serve food to feed your soul.
You’ll actually find a million reasons to fall for the jewel that Langkawi is, but I am listing down the best things about it as per my perception.
1. The beaches come straight from fairyland
Langkawi has some of the best beaches of Malaysia. These white-sand beaches struck with azure waves, and embraced with lush green groves seem to be too dreamy to be real. The beachscape isn’t just about the white sands, there’s golden sand, and black sand to dig your feet in. You want tranquility, you have tranquility, you want sports? You’ve got that too.
Things to do in the beaches of Langkawi: Scuba diving, snorkeling, jet-skiing, and parasailing (among others)
Best beaches in Langkawi: Shark Bay Beach, Pantai Tengah Beach, Pantai Cenang, and Els Beach
2. Feel at the top of the world, when at the Sky Bridge
Your hair strumming with the sea breeze, your clothes fluttering too. You stroll from one lush green hill towards the other, and as you look around, everything seems so small.
Sky Bridge is among the top attractions of Langkawi, and missing out on this is out of question.
Entrance fee: RM 5 per adult, and RM 3 per child
3. The Cable Car gives you a bird-eye view of the landscape. Hold your breath!
And when the Sky Bridge has left its magic on you, it’s time for you to enter yet another wonderland, and see things with a 360 degree bird’s perception. The Sky Cab, as it’s referred to as, takes you 650m above sea level while covering 1,700 meters of distance.
There’s a range of gondola too- normal, glass bottom, VIP, or private. You get to choose!
Fee: RM 55 per adult, and RM 40 per child
4. The Underwater World will bewitch you
Say hello to the marine magnificence in the Underwater World of Langkawi. Rockhopper penguins, sharks, giant rays, and indeed a massive marine world is something to expect here.
Entry fee: RM 36 per adult onwards, and RM 26 per child onwards
Timings: 09:30 am – 6:30 pmMonday – Friday | 09:30 am – 11:30 pm Friday – Sunday
5.The Wildlife and Bird Paradise
Not just the marine magnificence, there’s ferocious yet intriguing side in the Wildlife and Bird Paradise. This 5-acre park flaunts more than 2500 exotic birds.
Every birdwatcher’s paradise, Wildlife and Bird Paradise needs to top your list of things to do in Langkawi.
Entry fee: RM 22 per adult onwards, and RM 14 per child onwards
Timings: 8:30 am–6:00 pm
What else you love about Langkawi?