Word Of Mouth - Langkawi Locals Tips

By Halal Trip | 18, Oct, 2017
Word Of Mouth - Langkawi Locals Tips
There are many strange and beautiful things about Langkawi that are just waiting to be discovered - and what better way to explore the islands than getting advice from the locals? There are plenty of interesting spots to visit and fun things to do in Langkawi that can be part of an amazing holiday. Langkawi is located off the Malaysian coast and is made up of 99 islands just waiting to be explored – so have a look at the Langkawi travel tips listed below.
 

1. Take A Cable Car Ride

 
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The best way to appreciate the beauty of this tropical paradise is to ride on a cable car at Sky Bridge in Oriental Village. The locals enjoy taking walks along Sky Bridge and know that the best view is from the top. You can experience a gorgeous view of the lush rainforest and the ocean. The floor of the cable cars are fitted with glass panels which makes the ride far more exciting.
 
 

2. Explore The Islands



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Langkawi is made up of at least 99 islands and you should consider exploring at least a few before leaving. The natural beauties of the islands are highly treasured by the locals, and nature and wildlife are the best things about Langkawi. Not only will you discover hidden gems, but you can also learn more about the flora and fauna of Langkawi. Rebak Island, Pulau Dayang Bunting and Pulau Singa Besar are just few of the islands with the best beaches in Langkawi that are worth checking out.

 

3. Spend The Day At Taman Lagenda Langkawi



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Taman Lagenda Langkawiis an interesting folklore theme park that is located in Kuah – and is among the interesting cultural things to do in Langkawi. This theme park features large colourful statues of mythical characters and creatures that are part of Langkawi folklore. Visitors will also find signboards with fascinating information on the legends of Langkawi. This is also where most locals enjoy spending the day during weekends, especially in the charming gardens.
 

4. Take A Kayaking Tour


 

There is nothing like kayaking along the Kilim River through the mangroves to really get in touch with nature - which is one of the unique things to do in Langkawi, Malaysia. It’s a great way to learn about the islands’ wildlife and plants - while seeing the region through the eyes of the locals. The mangrove forests are fascinating places to explore, so include kayaking in your Langkawi itinerary.
 
 

5. Appreciate The Waterfalls



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The locals appreciate the natural beauty of the islands’ waterfalls that are very active during the rainy seasons and are the top Langkawi attractions too. The ones you cannot miss include Telaga Tujuh or The Seven Wells Waterfall that is considered as one of the most beautiful natural attractions of Langkawi – it’s also a great spot to check out the local wildlife. Don’t miss the Durian Perangin Waterfall that flows from Mount Raya which is a magnificent sight to see – it’s popular spot for group outing for locals and tourists alike. And finally, do visit Mat Cincang Nature Park to see Air Terjun Temurun which cascades down the mountain to from a freshwater pool which is ideal for swimming.
 

6. Visit A Langkawi Night Market



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If you really want to immerse yourself in the destination andwonder how to eat like a local in Langkawi - visiting a night market is a great idea. You can a good variety of Halal food here as well – but always ask the vendor if the food is Halal just to be safe. Delicious Malaysian or Middle Eastern flavours and meat, seafood and sticky rice are just waiting to be sampled. You can spend a few hours at night markets enjoying good food while shopping in Langkawi.
 

7. Hike Up Gunung Raya



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Gunung Raya is the highest peak in Langkawi as well as one of the top Langkawi attractions. A hike up the mountain will reward you with an amazing sunset or sunrise, which is worth the effort since the trekking paths can be tricky. However, you might get to the see the local wildlife in their natural habitat, which is quite fascinating.
 

8. Visit The 3D Musuem

 
Drop by the Langkawi 3D museum in Oriental Village, especially if you are on family vacation with kids. There are over 200 paintings that feature many subjects and styles that include optical illusions as well. You will often see many of the locals spending time here during the weekends. Taking some amusing photographs with the amazing artwork is one the fun things to do in Langkawi.
 
Thanks to Langkawi travel tips from the locals, you can experience more unique things to do in Langkawi Malaysia and find intriguing place to visit – that you won’t find in guide books.