<h3>Mukim Kedawang/Zon Pantai Cenang/Zon Duty-free Shopping Complex</h3>
Next-door to Underwater World Langkawi is this duty-free behemoth. Electronics, sweets, alcohol and tobacco are the main attraction, all at tax-free prices. <br /><br />
<h3>Mukim Bohor/Jalan Teluk Yu/Craft and Cultural Complex</h3>
This handicraft complex is a few miles outside of Kuah Town, and boasts Langkawi's most comprehensive collection of handmade goods. Popular items include wood carvings, metalwork, textiles and ceramics. A bonus for shoppers is the chance to sit in on an exhibition, where artisans demonstrate the finer points of their trade. <br /><br />
<h3>Padang Matsirat/Jalan Padang Matsirat/Atma Alam Batik Village</h3>
Batik textiles are carefully dyed in Atma Alam Batik Village. This is one of the cheapest places to buy batik goods on the island. Look for delicate silk scarves, handbags and accessories with intricate designs. Select local artwork is also sold here. <br /><br />
<h3>Langkawi shopping tips</h3>
All of these duty-free bargains drive some shoppers to fill an entire suitcase with discounted goods. Just be sure you know the duty-free allowances at home. In the US, travelers can import a liter of alcohol, 200 cigarettes (or 100 cigars) and gifts not exceeding US$400. Importing any more may incur an import tax.