Pantai Cenang, Kuah
Berjaya Langkawi Resort, Berjaya Langkawi Resort - Book Now Stay Later
Cenang Beach, Langkawi Sky Cab
The most popular hotels booked by tourists are Berjaya Langkawi Resort, Berjaya Langkawi Resort - Book Now Stay Later, The Danna Langkawi, The Datai Langkawi, The Andaman, a Luxury Collection Resort, Langkawi, The Ritz-Carlton, Langkawi, The Danna Beach Villas - A Member of Small Luxury Hotels of the World, Villa Hutan Datai, White Monkey Villa - Private Pool, Padimas Villa @Datai Valley
Currently, there are around 37 hotels that you can book in Langkawi Sky Bridge
Situated at 2,300ft above sea level, the bridge is only accessible by the Langkawi Cable Car. A 410ft- long curved pedestrian bridge above Mount Mat Cinchang, Langkawi Sky Bridge is located at the end of of the Cable Car ride. Measuring at 125m in length, this structure ranks among the world’s longest curve suspension bridge. The journey to the peak starts out at the Oriental Village in the upper northwest of Langkawi Island, near Pantai Kok. It gets a little cold as winds flow through the ventilation slits, once the cable car starts ascending. So put on a sweater beforehand. Offering a majestic view of dense tropical rainforest of the island as well as pristine water of Andaman Sea, the Sky Bridge was officially opened for public on 27th February 2005 and has the capacity to accomodate 200 pax at one time. Plan your itinerary well as you may have to queue for up to 2 hours during high seasons.
The main gateway to Langkawi Sky Bridge 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.