Langkawi, Malaysia · 51 hotels available
Like a country bazaar or a street market, there is a night market (also known as Pasar Malam in Malay) sets up in different places of Langkawi On every day of the week. Locally known as pasar malam, it is a lively affair with many vendors setting up stalls at these markets and sell a wide range of local items including local food & snacks, fresh produce, fruits & juices, clothes, souvenirs & trinkets, watches, sunglasses, wallets & hand bags, paintings, DVDs and many other goods at affordable prices and please note that the watches, sunglasses and all the displayed branded items are likely to be all artificial. The best thing is, prices can be reduced as much as possible as bargaining is widely practiced here. Do not be surprised as some of the stalls here offer foot massaging service! An ideal place for bargain hunters, the night market is a great meeting place for the locals and expatriates. The night market is the best place to try out diverse types of local delicacies at relatively cheap prices. Favorite dishes here include the grilled seafood, chicken or beef satay, murtabak, green mango salad, lemon grass chicken on sticks, fresh fruit juices and so on. Ocassionally, if it's raining on the day, many vendors will not turn up to set up their stalls. You can search further on the internet or from the local tourism centre to get the latest Langkawi night market schedule and venues.
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. The play on her legendary life is being held from Friday to Sunday at around 3 pm. With admssion fee of RM7 for an adult and RM3.50 for a child, this place is a must if folk tales are your cup of tea!
A forest with an archaic geological heritage, miscellaneous natural wonders, home to a wide range of flora and fauna, and an exciting local community of Kilim Village. The beauty of Kilim lies in its abundance 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 remarkable characteristics found here are the untouched mangrove and limestone forests, charming karstic scene and landform as well as vibrant cultures of local people.Visitors get to embark on a unique ecotourism quest, with added values of edutourism and geotourism, things that are hard to find anywhere else.
Designed with contemporary Malaysian architecture and warm hospitality, Century Langkawi Beach Resort is located along idyllic stretch of private beaches in Teluk Nibong, Langkawi, Malaysia. With stylish rooms, comfortable beds, delicious breakfast and fresh coffee, the hotel also features air conditioner, private parking lot, free WIFI, elavator and swimming pool. Only 2.11 km away from Langkawi International Airport, there are also many other local attractions nearby such as Beras Terbakar (0.60 km), Langkawi Night Market (0.98 km) and Makam Mahsuri (5.92 km). Reviewed positively by previous guests, the cleanliness, service as well as food served here are some of many things that should be credited.
Ombak Villa Langkawi is a sanctuary of warmth and solace complemented by spotless service to make for an unforgettable stay in this ledendary island. Strategically located just 3 km or about 5 minutes drive from the Langkawi International Airport and Mahsuri International Exhibition Centre, Ombak Villa Langkawi offers a perfect fusion of traditional Malay architectural with fresh contemporary interior design. With magnificent facilities such as infinity swimming pool, indoor and outdoor gymnasium, meeting and banquet halls awaits you here, guest may either choose to stay at the Ombak Suite, Seroja Suite or the Villa Seri Kasturi which are commodiously constructed with secluded lanais facing the serene Andaman Sea.