1. Langkawi Island
Langkawi island is also known as a ‘Jewel of Malaysia’. This island consists of several other islands in the turquoise waters of the Andaman sea. If you’re wondering what to do in Langkawi island, then let us tell you that it is perfect for underwater diving, cable cars etc.
Best time to visit
Visit mid-season as dry season attracts more tourists here. Hence it is crowded and overpriced. You’ll get hotels easily at lower prices in the mid-season, which is from June to September. Also the temperature is soothing: neither too high, nor too low.
How to get there?
By Road: You will get regular buses between Kuala Lumpur (KL) and Kuala Perils, and the journey takes about 8 hours. Take the bus from Pudu Sentral bus station or Hentian Duta bus station in KL.
By Air: You can take a direct flight from Kuala Lumpur. However, it is on the costly side, price-wise.
By Water: There’s a daily ferry service from Kuala Kedah and Kuala Perils to Langkawi.
Must visits in Langkawi Island
Pulau Langkawi island, Rebak island, Black Sand Beach, Datai Bay, Perangin Waterfall, Telaga Tujuh, and Taman Lagenda