Mangroves in Langkawi, Malaysia

Cruise to Langkawi, Malaysia

Langkawi is the jewel of Malaysia's Andaman Sea, a paradise island that feels far-removed but is easy to reach. Cruise to Langkawi and take the popular cable car ride up Mount Mat Chinchang, the island's second-tallest mountain — enjoy ocean vistas from the viewpoint halfway up, then take the remainder of the trip to the summit and walk the SkyBridge, a 400-foot-long viewing platform suspended 2,300 feet in the air between two forested peaks. Continue the thrills with a jet ski tour of the nearby islands, where you can descend into Gua Kelawar bat cave and hike through rainforests filled with exotic birds.
National Language Malay
Currency Accepted Malaysian Ringgit (MYR)

Things To Do in Langkawi

Stunning Cenang beach in Langkawi island, in Malaysia

Langkawi, Malaysia Cenang Beach Shoreline

Sun and Surf

Sun and Surf

Langkawi leaves beach lovers positively spoiled for choice. For a mix of natural beauty and a lively social scene, head to popular Pantai Cenang. Or get a taxi to the northern tip of the island and Tanjung Rhu, whose secluded sands are perfect for relaxation.

Seven wells waterfall with rocks into a stream of water in Langkawi, Malaysia

Langkawi, Malaysia Waterfall

Enter the Wild

Enter the Wild

If you have the time, do yourself a favor and enjoy Langkawi's emerald interior. Hike to the Telaga Tujuh Waterfalls, which are also known as the Seven Wells due to the seven pools at their foot. Or summit Gunung Raya, whose 2,400-foot peak offers one of Langkawi's most impressive panoramas.

Statue of the Eagle Square in Langkawi, Malaysia

Langkawi, Malaysia Eagle Square

Selfie Spots

Of course, you don't need to over-exert yourself to enjoy a great view — or a perfect selfie. Ride Langkawi's Cable Car to the 2,000-foot high SkyBridge for panoramic views and a death-defying walk above the rainforest. Then head down to Kuah Jetty, where you can snap another selfie with Langkawi's iconic Eagle statue (the island's name means "Strong Eagle" in Old Malay).

Nasi Lemak is a local cuisine in Langkawi, Malaysia consisting of rice with coconut cream, meats, and veggies

Langkawi, Malaysia Nasi Lemak Cuisine

Local Cuisine

Like the rest of Malaysia, Langkawi is a culinary melting pot that blends Muslim Malay food, Hokkien Chinese cuisine and spicy Indian flavors. Cruise to Langkawi to try traditional nasi lemak, with fragrant coconut rice, vanilla-esque Pandan leaves and spicy, garlicky sambal wrapped in a banana leaf. Or feast of char kway teow, stir-fried rice cakes spiced with chilies and topped with shrimp and bean sprouts.

Songket is a fabric that belongs to the brocade family of textiles of Indonesia, Malaysia and Brunei. It is hand-woven in silk or cotton, and intricately patterned with gold or silver threads.

Langkawi, Malaysia Handmade Fabric


Langkawi is a duty-free zone, so no matter where you get your shopping done, a bargain is never far away. Head to Pantai Cenang's Zon complex or Langkawi Parade Megamall in Kuah for deals on electronics, liquor, clothing — you name it. To find authentic local items during your Langkawi cruise, look for handmade batik or songket prints, made from silk or cotton and patterned with gold and sliver threads.

Insider's Tips
Insider's Tips
1 Heed warnings about jellyfish, which can unfortunately appear in Langkawi's waters year-round. Even if no warning is posted, keep an eye on the water at your feet to make sure none are present.
2 Beware touts offering express boat trips to nearby islands, or to not-so-nearby Penang. Langkawi's main island is huge, and plenty exciting enough for your brief stop.

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