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Langkawi Island ( Malay: Pulau Langkawi ) located in the Strait Of Melacca. Langkawi Island is the largest island among 104 Island in Kedah Malaysia. The island’s location is close to Penang and Thailand. Langkawi Island is a duty –free island , and is the famous tourist attraction in Kedah. In Langkawi ,more than half of the island is dominated by forest-covered mountains,hills and vegeration.
Langkawi Island has its own international airport. Malaysia Airlines has direct flights from Kuala Lumpur, Penang and London. In addition, Malaysia budget airline - Air Asia also offers direct flights from Kuala Lumpur. Langkawi Island also offer ferry services from Kuala Perlis , Kuala Kedah and Penang. The jetty located at Kuah Town .
Kuah Town Introduction
Kuah Town is more of a commercial centre and shopping zone than a tourist-attraction laden quarter of Langkawi Island. Without a doubt Eagle Square – is Langkawi’s most well-known attraction. You’ll actually be surprised at the beauty of the colossal eagle in flight statue. On the other hand if you’re not keen on spending the afternoon walking around Dataran Lang take a trip to the nearby Lagenda Langkawi Dalam Taman to cool off. Take in the sights of the statues depicting Langkawi’s myths and legends or spend an afternoon admiring the Moorish architecture of the Al-Hana Mosque.
Pantai Cenang Introduction
Pantai Cenang doesn’t have many sightseeing attractions; the Langkawi Underwater World dominates the scene with its mammoth structure – but kids are most assuredly entertained here. Pantai Cenang’s beach is itself a popular attraction due to its beautiful sandy shores which face the crystalline waters and expansive horizon. Pantai Cenang is a haven for tourist shopping at the entire beach road is lined with shops and stalls on both sides. These shops sell mostly souvenirs in the form of fashion accessories, beads, handicrafts and merchandise but there are also many convenience stores.
Pantai Tengah Introduction
On the southernmost tip of Langkawi, lies Pantai Tengah – meaning 'Middle Beach' in Malay – a popular haven for family holidaymakers. Linked to the ever-popular Pantai Cenang just after the Lighthouse Restaurant, this one kilometre-long beach is the longest stretch of beach in Langkawi. It is a pleasant enough strip, albeit relatively quiet; sea activities such as boating are especially popular here
Pantai Kok Introduction
Pantai Kok has a pleasant range of tourist attractions to grab your attention. Besides relaxing on its clean-as-a-whistle beach, you can also head to the elaborate Oriental Village which plays host to a great deal of tourist attractions. The stunning Mat Chincang Mountain forms the perfect backdrop in the distance while the Telaga Harbour wharf – home to gleaming mega-yachts – makes you go green with envy at the sight.