the jewel of the Andaman Sea
Staying with us leaves you no dull moments as there are plenty of things to do in Langkawi. Accorded the World Geopark title by UNESCO in 2007, the island boasts many must-visit sites of natural splendour. It is also a favourite shopping destination for both local and international visitors, thanks to its status as a duty-free port.
Malaysia's first established geopark located in the far north-western corner of the Malaysia’s peninsular. It was declared a member of the "World GeoPark" by UNESCO in 2007. Uniquely formed and comprised of 99 beautiful islands that made up the legendary Langkawi Archipelago. The park is easily accessible both locally and internationally by sea from Kuala Perlis, Kuala Kedah, Penang Ferry and Satun Ferry Terminal in southern Thailand Terminal or by air from Kuala Lumpur, Penang International Airport and Singapore International Airport.
The name originates from the seven natural water sources which lie on top of the mountain. There are two ways to the waterfall, hike all the way up or take a short walk up the service road that leads from the car park and take the left turn to reach the bottom of the falls.
A 3 minutes away ride from the resort is The Oriental Village cable car station. The cable car takes you up to the top of Mt. Mat Chincang surrounded by both spectacular and stunning views of nature.
Contact: 04-959 4225 / 1225
Ticket price: MYR35.00 Adult | MYR25.00 Child
09:30 – 17:00
A 20 minutes ride from the resort is the Underwater World Langkawi. The largest aquarium in Malaysia houses over 4000 aquatic lives, more than 500 species of both land and sea animals. It also has an underwater marine tunnel displaying sharks, stingrays, huge turtles and other aquatic lives.
Contact: +604 955 6100
Adult: MYR40.00 (non-Malaysian) / MYR30.00 (Malaysian)
Children (3-12 years old): MYR30.00 (non-Malaysian) / MYR20.00 (Malaysian)
Malaysian Senior Citizens (50 years old & above): MYR24.00 (Malaysian)
09:30 – 18:30 (Monday – Friday)
09:30 – 22:30 (Friday – Sunday)
The Pulau Payar Marine Park, established off the West coast of Peninsular Malaysia consists of Pulau Payar, Pulau Kaca, Pulau Lembu and Pulau Segantang. It is located approximately 15 nautical miles west of Kuala Kedah, 19 nautical miles South of Langkawi Island and 32 nautical miles North of Pulau Pinang. The marine park famous for snorkeling and diving as it teems with beautiful coral reefs and colorful underwater aquatic life.
A 30 minutes ride from the resort is the Mahsuri Mausoleum. The story revolves around named “Mahsuri” and was said to be the most beautiful woman in all of Langkawi. She was accused of adultery and was sentenced to death without any trial. As she was executed “Mahsuri” bled white blood and she laid a curse on Langkawi for the next 7 generations. The mausoleum displays amazing artistic and classical Malay architecture.
Adult: MYR5.00 (Malaysian)/ MYR10.00 (non-Malaysian)
Child (age 3-12): MYR2.50 (Malaysian) MYR5.00 (non-Malaysian)
08:00 – 18:00
The second largest island in Langkawi's from the cluster of 99 islands. Located offshore and south of the main island and can be easily reached by boat. It has large fresh water lake (known as Lake Guillemard) surrounded by dense rain forests hills. Rumor has it that barren women who drink or take a dip from the lake will became fertile.
Enjoy a fascinating world of beautiful birds and nature as they greet youwhile strolling through the tropical gardens.Be a part of nature and share close interactions with the birds at feeding sessions and experience many interesting activities organized. The varieties of species are exhibited includes birds, mammals, reptiles, fishes, and orchids.
Adult:MYR36.00(non-Malaysian) / MYR18.00 (Malaysian)
Child (3 – 12 years old): MYR20.00(non-Malaysian) / MYR12.00 (Malaysian)
Senior Citizen (60 year & above): MYR20.00(non-Malaysian) / MYR12.00 (Malaysian)
08:30 – 19:00
The craft bazaar was established in 1966, exhibits traditional Malaysian handicrafts methods such as weaving, batik painting, wood carving and plaiting.
10:00 – 18:00
Immerse yourselves in the world of batik. At Atma Alam Batik Art Village you can browse the vast collection of original batik paintings, prints and other artistic creations.
09:00 – 20:00
Opened in June 1999, it displays the cultivation of rice history in Langkawi. Spend your afternoon experiencing The Herb Garden and Garden of Variety as well as enjoying a breath-taking view of the multi-tiered rooftop rice garden.
10:00 – 18:00
A 14-tier waterfall located at the north eastern side of Langkawi and north of Kilim Village. The name derived from the abundance of Durian trees, an oval spiny tropical fruit containing a creamy pulp surrounding the area.
A 5.3 square kilometer landscaped gardens with three interconnected two-storey buildings as the center, local trees, shrubs and herbs. Displays a collection of beautiful souvenir and gift items made of wood, lacquer, crystal and glass.
Adult: MYR10.00(non-Malaysian) / MYR5.00 (Malaysian)
Child (6 – 12 years old): MYR4.00(non-Malaysian) / MYR2.00 (Malaysian)
08:30 – 17:30 (Daily )
08:0 – 18:00 (School Holidays or Public Holidays)
Located 14km north of Kuah Town, famous for its three-tiered hot water spring wells. The hot spring water here is rich with mineral content.
Ticket price-: MYR4.00 (adult) | MYR2.00 (child)
09:00 – 18:00
Here you will find a massive 12-meter sculpture brown eagle in the middle of the square. It symbolize the name of the Langkawi Island, Helang means Eagle and Kawi which refers to reddish brown color.
24 hours daily
Opened in 1996, located next to Kuah jetty is the beautifully landscaped folklore-themed park with myths associated sculptures are scattered all across the park.
09:00 – 19:00
Located in different places of Langkawi on every night of the week is the night market. Experience the taste of local food at a very reasonable price here.
Located 32km north of Kuah is the Langkawi Crocodile Farm. Spread across 20 acres and situated near Datai Bayhouses large numbers of crocodile and alligator species. Not to miss the 20-year-old toothless Bujang Kawi of Porosus species.
Adult:MYR20.00(non-Malaysian) / MYR15.00 (Malaysian)
Child: MYR15.00(non-Malaysian) / MYR10.00 (Malaysian)
09:00 – 18:00