What is Langkawi known for?

Constituting 99 islands in Malaysia’s west coast, Langkawi is famous for its mystical legends, exquisite beaches, pristine rainforests and superb duty-free shopping! Malaysia has no shortage of picturesque islands that dot the country from the east coast all the way to the west.

How many days do you need in Langkawi?

Despite Langkawi’s often ‘sleepy island’ persona, a Langkawi itinerary of 4 days will keep you plenty busy. I would personally recommend at least 7 to 10 days, to truly get a feel for the archipelago and get into the island groove.

Is 3 days enough in Langkawi?

It’s a small island, so three days is enough to see all the best sights and to enjoy the best beaches and waterfalls. But the chilled out, holiday vibe combined with the incredible surroundings and friendly Malay culture might make you extent your 3 day trip to Langkawi for much, much longer.

What is there to do in Langkawi for 6 days?

  1. Take the cable car and go up to Langkawi Sky Bridge.
  2. Relax on the beach.
  3. Stop by the amazing Eagle Square.
  4. Go for a mangrove tour at Kilim Geopark.
  5. Try some local food at a night market.
  6. Do some snorkeling at Pulau Payar Island.
  7. Go island hopping.
  8. Enjoy a sunset dinner cruise.

Do I need a car in Langkawi?

As Langkawi is a small island; a small car is already sufficient to explore the island with. There’s no need to rent an expensive 4 wheel drive car; as you won’t be doing any off-road driving on the island as there are no such facilities.

Can you drink alcohol in Langkawi?

Drinking: Because Langkawi enjoys a duty-free status, alcohol is significantly cheaper on the island. Airport prices are the worst, so it’s best to wait to purchase spirits from smaller shops. Even with discounted drinks, Langkawi isn’t really rowdy—consider going to the Perhentian Islands if you want to party.