Top Things to do in Langkawi | Traveloka Travel Guide (2018)

Discover the best things to do in Langkawi with Aina and Rhys!

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Langkawi Travel Guide Overview: (0: 18-0: 25)

1. Jet Ski Island Hopping (0: 41-2: 09)

Ride your own jet ski while exploring the blue waves of Langkawi Island and explore the many small islands of Langkawi. The 3-hour package costs RM698 per jet ski.

Do not forget to stop at Dayang Bunting (Pregnant Maiden) Island, which has a picturesque freshwater lake. According to local folklore, couples who have difficulty conceiving a child should dive into the blessed waters of the lake.

Many of the remote Langkawi islands are uninhabited, so you will probably encounter a secret Langkawi beach or two that you have all alone.

2. Parasailing (2: 10-3: 33)

Cenang Beach is probably the most popular beach in Langkawi, where you can find all kinds of water sports and activities. A favorite among visitors is parasailing, where you can float through the air and admire the view of Pulau Langkawi from above. It costs about RM300 per person.

3. Paradise 101 (3: 34-5: 19)

One of the more popular attractions in Langkawi is Paradise 101, a private island near the port of Telaga, where there is a fun, floating obstacle course.

For super fast excitement you jump on the Jet Pilot or the banana boat, with which you sail over the water. Or even the Zip Line, where you'll scream as you fly through the air.

Paradise Day Pass
Adult: RM240
Child: RM120

4. SkyCab & SkyBridge (5: 20-7: 09)

Visit two of Langkawi's most iconic attractions, the SkyCab (similar to a Langkawi cable car) and the Langkawi Sky Bridge, for breathtaking 360-degree views that you will not soon forget. Step into the SkyCab at the foot of the Machinchang Mountain, which will slowly take you up the mountain so that you can appreciate the sights.

The Langkawi Sky Bridge is reportedly the longest free span and curved suspension bridge in the world, with its highest point at 708 meters above sea level.

MyKad holders: RM40 (adults); RM30 (child)
Non-MyKad holders: RM55 (adults); RM40 (child)

Air bridge
Adult: RM5
Child: RM3

5. Langkawi Wildlife Park (7: 10-8: 32)

Wondering what to do in Langkawi? View the Langkawi Wildlife Park, where you can get close to more than 150 species of animals from around the world. If you are brave enough to defy hungry creatures, buy food packages so that you can feed them by hand.

Admission prices
MyKad holders: RM24 (adult); RM16 (child / senior)
Non-MyKad holders: RM39 (adults); RM22 (child / senior)

6. Langkawi Adventure & Xtreme Park (8: 33-10: 09)

To make your trip to Langkawi worthwhile, visit this outdoor adventure park built for real thrill seekers. Here you can try to keep your precarious balance on a sky bike – a bicycle on a wire that hangs 50 meters above the ground or roar through the jungle on an ATV on the 90-minute ATV adventure trail

7. Kilim Karst Geoforest Park (10: 10-11: 17)

On the northern part of the island Langkawi is the Kilim Karst Geoforest park, a nature reserve with mangroves, caves and limestone formations. Cruise over the river to view the mangrove trees that run along the river. Then visit the bat cave for a close-up view of the nocturnal residents.

Then go to where the eagle feeds to see the majestic birds of prey as they drift to the water to brag their food.

RM200-500 per boat, depending on the length of the tour

8. Bella Vista Waterfront Hotel & Resort Langkawi

Conveniently located by the water in Kuah Town, Langkawi, the hotel offers guests easy access to all the top activities and attractions in Pulau Langkawi.

Bella Vista has rooms that are suitable for every budget, from the chic yet affordable Deluxe room with RM234 per night to the Loft Room for RM336 per night, a suite with a charming daybed by the window – the perfect place for a little reading! If you are looking for & # 39; get big or go home & # 39 ;, then book a stay in the impressive Garden Suite – for RM648 per night, where you have access to a private terrace in the hotel gardens, or a private balcony and breathtaking views of the Andaman Sea.

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