Langkawi International Airport is an airport located in Padang Matsirat, Langkawi. This airport was the airfield of Japanese army in 1945 and also for the British army. Nestled within Padang Matsirat, approximately 15 minutes away from Langkawi Island’s popular Pantai Cenang and Pantai Tengah stretch, the airport bears the requisite airport facilities and maintains its no-frills features. Besides that, It serves as a venue for the Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace Exhibition (LIMA) which is an international aerospace event for aviation industry and aero performances for the public. In 2015, the airport handled 2,336,177 passengers and 30,853 aircraft movements. There are many shops and eateries are located prior security and immigration and facilities that are provided here at the airport such as free airport Wi-Fi and the airline will supply umbrellas for the walk to the plane.
The following airlines offer service to and from Langkawi such as Tiger Air and SilkAir and from Singapore, AirAsia to Singapore, Penang and KLIA, Malaysia Airlines, Malindo Airlines to KLIA whereas Firefly to KL's Subang airport and Penang. There are also direct flights available to Langkawi from Penang, Singapore, Kuala Lumpur, Hat Yai, and Phuket.There are many flights such as Air Asia, Malindo Air, Malaysia Airlines and Firefly that come from both Subang Airport and Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2. From Subang Airport in Petaling Jaya, it takes around 1 hour and 15 minutes while it takes only 55 minutes from Kuala Lumpur International Airport 2 to reach Langkawi International Airport.
Also known as Seven Wells, this waterfall is named after the seven natural pools along its path. The folks once said that fairies used to come down to the pools to bathe and frolic. There are 2 viewing areas at Telaga Tujuh which are the lower area is at the base of the waterfall and the higher area is where the 7 pools which you can bathe in the pools and even slide down the slick rock between them. Visitors are advised to be careful when climbing around 350 steps which can get quite slippery when wet. It is safe to swim in the pools and water flow is not very strong. There is also a jungle trekking course available at the site which will lead you through a trail of up to 2,500 metres up 2 different mountains.
SkyCab is located at the oldest part of South East Asia and can be seen from the ancient sea and estuary The SkyBridge is at the top station of cable car which can be reached using an elevator/cabin on a track or through a small forest trail (closed for renovation as of May 2016. Hovering over jungle and climbing over 550 million years old rock, SkyCab gives you more than one unique experience. The Base Station is conveniently located at the foothill of the Machincang mountain.From here, visitors will be taken up to the cool Machincang mountain via the cable car system.
Set among a stunning landscape of lush tropical greenery, the Langkawi Holiday Villa Beach Resort & Spa is less than a 15 minute drive from the Langkawi International Airport.This hotel features over 200 luxurious rooms inclusive of 30 well-appointed suites with magnificent views of the Andaman Sea. The accommodation types are split up between deluxe rooms, family apartments and Malay themed chalets.
There are many of the relaxing treatments at the Amoaras Relaxation Spa with complete peace of mind and the kids can enjoy their time at children's pool, mini-club or by the babysitting services provided by the hotel.For the in-house dining experience, there is the 24 hours Lagenda restaurant which offers a wide variation of local and international cuisine. For a romantic evening and a splendid view of the sunset, try an evening out at the Tropical Beach Bar or Sunset Terrace which overlooks the sea.