Langkawi is an archipelago made up of 99 islands on the west coast of Malaysia. Surrounded by the Andaman Sea, the main island offers a mixture of picturesque paddy fields, jungle-clad hills, and tranquil waterfalls. The expansive shoreline is fringed by powder-fine sand and swaying coconut trees.

    Langkawi is especially recognized for its excellent diving opportunities. This tropical gem also hides a treasure trove of other exciting vacation opportunities. From duty-free shopping outlets to kid-friendly attractions, Langkawi is an electrifying island that keeps visitors coming back for more. 

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    • Getting Around Langkawi

      Getting around Langkawi is relatively easy, thanks to a rather efficient network of roads leading to prominent beaches and resorts. You can easily reach your hotel via taxi cab from the Langkawi International Airport or Kuah Jetty. The fares lie slightly on the pricey side as Langkawi is one of Malaysia's busiest tourist destinations. You can choose to rent your...

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