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Top Things to Do in Langkawi, Malaysia

Things to Do in Langkawi


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Top Attractions in Langkawi

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  • DanandLinda
    5 contributions
    Beautiful scenery, well worth the cost. The sky ride itself is modern, clean and well maintained. I would highly recommend this excursion.

    Linda and Dan
    Written 7 February 2024
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  • Richard B
    York, UK19 contributions
    This is definitely worth a visit. Having read previous reviews we arrived at 9.15am and were immediately able to access the Sky Cab without queuing. We bought tickets on the same day at the ticket office. By the time we got back down the queues were very long. Just be aware - when we got to the first station we decided to head straight up to the sky bridge, unaware that we were unable to stop off on the way back. We used the taxi station at the car park to get back to our hotel - very easy.
    Written 15 February 2024
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  • Resort42138263680
    1 contribution
    Thank you Asyraf for this nice visit. We really enjoyed our Time. Kids were more than happy fishing and having a baby crocodile in their hand. Animals are very well treated here and we feel our passion for them. I really advice Having a round at this lovely place. As always in Malaysia we have a warm welcome and also the park is beautiful ! Thanks !
    Written 18 February 2024
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  • Jayce
    Perth, Australia6 contributions
    Nice place to unwind. The beach is lovely. It’s literally sea, sand and sky! You may grab some food at the different food stalls along the pathways of the beach and it’s open to everyone!
    Written 25 January 2024
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  • gringottsgoblin
    dublin369 contributions
    Perfect in every way. It is an idyll. A crescent of a white sand beach coconut palms and pine trees. Crystal clear turquoise sea with amazing warm water that is shallow enough to wade out into for 200m and a lovely sandy bottom. The view out into the Andaman sea is simply gorgeous and dotted with forested headlands and impossibly beautiful islets and rocky outcrops All this makes this one of the most perfect places. There are little beach huts and some small shacks/shops and simple restaurants set around a rough car park just off the beach but these are not intrusive and somehow appropriate to this slightly charmingly underdeveloped place. Some boat tours do board and deposit passengers on the beach but this adds to the colour and they are in and out very quickly and again they seem appropriate as they are the fast little brightly coloured vessels that are typical of the area. The slightly primitive beach bars serve great chilled juices and coconut shakes and you can also hire decent loungers and shades if you want them. The only downside which is a personal choice is that you can rent quad bikes which are a pet hate of mine on beaches. I went when it was quite quiet and was lucky that it was almost empty of people but if you get lucky this place is Amazing. Nearby is the Tangjung Rhu resort which is beautiful and set right in the heart of this fabulous beach. Definitely want to stay here next time. Imagine stepping out onto that beach every day!!!
    Written 5 November 2023
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  • MichaelChew
    London, UK285 contributions
    This is an interesting motor boat trip on the rivers through the mangrove geoforest park, with various stops into the caves and a fish farm, where one could even stop for a meal. The boat stopped for us to see a large number of eagles swooping into the water to get their feed. We were also taken to the open Andaman sea where you get a good view of the forest looking back. Worth a visit.
    Written 18 November 2023
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  • Eugene F
    Limassol City, Cyprus27 contributions
    Amazing experience but make sure the waterfall is not very dry.
    Friends went rigbt after the dry season and told us that there was hardly any water, but we went right after a rainfall and it was super. The waterfall is at level 3, but if you can physically do it and it's a good day, make sure to climb 600 stairs to level 4 (bridge) cz its the most beautiful and serene place to dive in the wells overlooking the mountain.
    Written 8 January 2024
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  • FOXYSKI
    Pangbourne, UK878 contributions
    This was a fab museum. Some really great photo opportunities and a brilliant laser show at the end. Buy the combined ticket it was really great value. Also wear black socks as they are you take your shoes off!
    Written 10 January 2024
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  • My Globe
    Canada138 contributions
    Was fine. Not much to do on the island so decided to give this a visit. Obviously this is more interesting if you have a little children, but it was fine. Personally I much more enjoyed visiting the four seasons for a cocktail.
    Written 5 February 2024
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  • Davidjellis
    Lowestoft, UK8,809 contributions
    We visited Underwater World on a cruise ship excursion in December 2023, actually on Christmas Day. Ironically we hadn't intended to visit as we were due to ride the cable car but it was too windy for them to run in the morning so our excursion visited here as the Plan B. Although disappointed to miss out on the cable cars and sky bridge, we actually really liked our visit to Underwater World.

    As aquariums go it was pretty decent, it's the largest attraction of its type in Malaysia and included a wide range of exhibits. You had the usual mix of jellyfish, turtles, stingrays etc, but they had a wonderful display of rockhopper penguins where you could watch them on the rocks or head to a lower viewing area and see them swimming from underneath them. Very cool idea.

    Other exhibits included catfish, sharks, a tropical rainforest area, Koi Carp, eels, coral garden fishes, a 15-meter tunnel where you are surrounded by giant stingrays, groupers and turtles, and some reptile displays with snakes. At the end of the walk around there was a large gift shop that also sold duty-free goods with a wide selection of chocolates and alcoholic drinks at reasonable prices.

    All in all we enjoyed our visit here...an hour was just enough time to see the various exhibits, watch them feed the rays, and check out the cute penguins too.
    Written 29 January 2024
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  • Alex H
    Kilmore, Australia51 contributions
    Worth a look

    It’s clean and everything was powered, so it’s okay to eat (i think). We didn’t have any issues. Parking it tricky and suggest walking.
    Written 21 January 2024
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  • cricketnut29
    Auckland Central, New Zealand118 contributions
    Visited Eagle Square during a private tour with Sam Lim of SLC Langakwi.
    Eagle Square is highlighted by a giant statue of the red eagle which is the symbol of Langkawi Island and which we saw during a mangrove river boat ride as part of our tour.
    Written 23 January 2024
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