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Oriental Village is best known as the home of the Langkawi Cable Car and Sky Bridge. It is a themed open-air complex with a huge lake in the centre and an art gallery, animal exhibits, clothes, souvenir and handicraft stores spread out around it plus a few local and international restaurants.
Located in Pantai Kok towards Langkawi’s western side (past the airport at Padang Matsirat) the Oriental Village is usually busy with visitors. Most tours of the island include trips to the complex, especially since this is where the ticket booth for the Cable Car and Sky Bridge is. Queues are a common sight for most of the galleries and attractions, especially in the mid-morning and early afternoon.
If you are travelling by air, the nearest airport is the Langkawi International Airport (IATA: LGK, ICAO: WMKL), which is an airport in Padang Matsirat, Langkawi, Kedah, Malaysia.
Choice of public transportation is limited in Langkawi. However, you can find a taxi easily at Langkawi International Airport and few tourist spots. In addition, Uber and Grab are now available in Langkawi. The best way to tour around Langkawi Oriental Village is by rented car or motorcycle or simply by getting in a taxi.
Langkawi’s Ayer Hangat Village is home to therapeutic hot springs lying just north of Kuah on Jalan Ayer Hangat and makes for an interesting trip. Malay-style buildings create a village-like environment on the lushly landscaped grounds, with cool and hot water pools. A series of small canals run through the grounds and connect hot spring water collected from two wells with cooler water, offering you temperature variation options. Surprisingly, the hot springs are natural salt water, which seeps up from the shallow tide table. The springs claim to be medicinal, helping improve chronic skin conditions, detoxing and joint pain resulting from injury or gout. Also located in the village are wet and dry reflexology paths. These paths are made up of small stones and massage the reflexology points of your feet as you walk down the paths.
Located four kilometres southwest of Tanjung Rhu Beach, the beach offers memorable photo opportunities and a peaceful retreat from the island’s often crowded areas.
Nestled in the foothills of Gunung Machincang lies the Geopark Hotel Langkawi–a quaint boutique hotel with 30 superior room and suite accommodation that is unrivalled in its class on this magical resort island. With the Machincang Cambrian Geoforest Park in the hotel's backyard, it is the perfect window to Langkawi Geopark–the region's first member of the UNESCO Global Network of Geoparks.
The Danna Langkawi is a reflection of a timeless luxury vacation that is enveloped by the immaculate splendour of sandy beaches, marina and lush tropical hills. Situated at Telaga Harbour Park, this award-winning hotel in Langkawi embraces the architectural beauty from the colonial era. This Langkawi 5-star hotel is easily accessible to the various attractions and outdoor activities and is only 11 KM (approximately 15 minutes) away from Langkawi International Airport and Pantai Cenang by car.
Seaside Guest House is tucked away at the tip of Kuala Teriang, a quiet fishing village by the mangrove coast. With the sea in front of us, and with a forested hill behind, our place is ideal for those looking for a quiet and comfortable hideaway. Stay in a small family-run guest house mere steps from water edge here in Kuala Teriang, a quiet fishing village 5 mins from Langkawi Airport. You will be staying in the Standard Double Room, a cosy room with windows opening onto the spacious verandah. The room fits 2 people and comes with a queen bed.