Langkawi is a island paradise about an hour's flight from Kuala Lumpur. It's actually more then one island it is anarchipelago of 104 islands in the Andaman Sea, some 30 km off the mainland coast of northwestern Malaysia.
It has warm waters, white sandy beaches, delicious food and is small enough to make the perfect week long vacation. Although we found 6 nights here was not long enough to do everything this vacation getaway had to offer.
Langkawi, Malaysia is made up of over 99 islands so it makes sense to explore it via boat. Join us as we visit a remote island beach, watch graceful eagles, and swim in a mysterious freshwater lake.
When I heard the 2 words “art” and “museum” it didn’t inspire excitement. But Art in Paradise Langkawi was so much fun, I couldn’t get my kids to leave, even after spending over 2 hours there.
Imagine a lush green tropical island, shrouded in mysterious low-lying clouds, surrounded by a warm turquoise sea. Untouched virgin jungle as far as the eye can see. This is a taste of beautiful Langkawi in Malaysia. Now find out what to do on this popular paradise.
Dense tropical mangroves trace winding rivers throughout the northeast region of Langkawi, Malaysia. We wanted to get up close and personal with natural beauty of Langkawi, but got more than we bargained for when a friendly stingray encounter backfired.
Langkawi is home to a diverse international food scene, especially considering it's a tropical island. You can find Mexican, Italian, Chinese, Thai, Indian, and of course local Malay food. Come with us and discover the best places to eat in Langkawi.