Langkawi, Malaysia · 28 hotels available
KM 22, Pantai Teluk Yu, Jalan Teluk Ewa, Langkawi, Bohor, Langkawi, Kedah, Malaysia, 07000
KG. Pasir Hitam, Jalan Teluk Yu, Tanjung Rhu, Langkawi, Kedah, Malaysia, 07000
Kampung Padang Ragut, Jalan Ulu Melaka, Mukim Ayer Hangat, Ulu Melaka, Langkawi, Kedah, Malaysia, 07000
Lot 679, Jalan Ulu Melaka, Padang Lalang, Langkawi, Bohor, Langkawi, Kedah, Malaysia, 07000
Lot 39 kg Padang Ragut Ayer Hangat, Langkawi, Bohor, Langkawi, Kedah, Malaysia, 07000
88B,Jalan Tanjung Rhu, Kg Padang Lalang, Langkawi, Tanjung Rhu, Langkawi, Kedah, Malaysia, 07000
Lot 1319, Kg. Bohor Merah, Jalan Padang Lalang, Mukim Ayer Hangat, Ayer Hangat, Langkawi, Kedah, Malaysia, 07000
Tanjung Rhu, Mukim Ayer Hangat, Tanjung Rhu, Langkawi, Kedah, Malaysia, 07000
Jalan Tanjung Rhu Mukim Ayer, Tanjung Rhu, Langkawi, Kedah, Malaysia, 07000
Pengkalan Sungei Kubang Badak, Off Jalan Teluk Yu, Mukim Kubang Badak, Langkawi, Bohor, Langkawi, Kedah, Malaysia, 07100
Jalan Tanjung Rhu, Padang Lalang, Mukim Ayer Hangat, Tanjung Rhu, Langkawi, Kedah, Malaysia, 07000
Lot 61, Kampung Bukit Tangga, Mukim Ulu Melaka, Langkawi, Ulu Melaka, Langkawi, Kedah, Malaysia, 07000
Kampung Bayas, Mukim Ulu Melaka , Ulu Melaka, Langkawi, Kedah, Malaysia, 07000
135, Jalan Durian Perangin, Centre Ayer Hangat,, Ayer Hangat, Langkawi, Kedah, Malaysia, 07000
Situated near the northern shoreline of the island, this complex can be entered from the road Jalan Teluk Yu and opposite to the Pantai Teluk Yu. It houses several distinguish sections comprising a lobby, craft museum, craft bazaar (sale gallery) and a few more. It is the islands iconic art centre which offers local and international visitors diverse craft products. Featuring a Malaysian colourful countryside landscape, differentiates it from other notable malls in Langkawi, it is indeed a must visit destination for all visitors. There are specific informative displays about certain handicrafts. Visitors also get to see live demonstrations of traditional weaving methods like the songket, a silk material weaved with gold and silver threads. Other exclusive mixture of craftwork items are different kinds of fabrics, metal artifacts and finely woven baskets. These items are available for sale at the sale gallery.
The main gateway to Langkawi Cultural Craft Complex from any other cities in Malaysia and other countries are through Langkawi International Airport and harbour
Langkawi International Airport (LGK) is located on the northwestern part of Langkawi island, serving flights to and from Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Singapore, Hat Yai, and Phuket. To reach Dataran Lang from Langkawi International Airport, coupon for taxi can be bought at the airport, costing you less than RM30.00. All taxis in Langkawi work on fixed price system.
Langkawi is served by Kuah Jetty, servicing boats, mainly ferries, from nearby islands and mainland as well as to Thailand.
A forest with an archaic geological heritage, miscellaneous natural wonders, home to a diverse of flora and fauna, and an exciting local community of Kilim Village. The beauty of Kilim lies in its richness of natural geological, biological and cultural resources with high heritage value and these elements have been the main attractions of this place all this while. Some of the significant features found here are the pristine mangrove and limestone forests, majestic karstic panorama and landform as well as colourful cultures.Visitors get to experience a unique ecotourism, with added values of edutourism and geotourism, things that are hard to find anywhere else.
Skycab is a cable car which goes to the top of a hill with a good panorama of Pantai Cenang. The SkyBridge is a bridge at the top station of cable car which can be reached using an elevator/cabin on a track. Plan your itinerary well as you may have to queue for up to 2 hours during high seasons.
Makan Mahsuri (Mahsuri’s Tomb) is the sepulcher of the legendary Princess Mahsuri. As most of the island’s natural attractions have tales attached in genuine Malay style, Makam Mahsuri is possibly the most famous one. Visitors will be able see Mahsuri’s shrine, a fenced-in white slab of marble that stands alone in a shady garden besides a traditional Malay house, a theatre and a ‘diorama museum’ which houses some of Mahsuri’s jewellery and the weapon that killed her. This place is a must if folklore is your thing!