Honeymoon destinations in Malaysia: 5 best places to choose






Looking for a romantic honeymoon destination? Why not considering beautiful beaches in Malaysia? This country of islands offers you an enormous number of interesting islands, where you can enjoy the most gorgeous beaches of the world along with excellent tourism services.

Below are our suggestions of best honeymoon destinations in Malaysia for newly-wed couples.

Perhentian Islands

perhentian islands Malaysia

First recommended honeymoon destination in Malaysia is Perhentian Islands. For couples who have explorer’s spirit within their souls, Perhentian Island in the Northeast of Malaysia is the most suitable option of honeymoon places in Malaysia. So pure is the water that even children can dive into the sea to watch coral reefs. Newly-married couples can walk hand in hand along the coastline, spontaneously stop by to take photos of a splendid coral reef flickering underwater.  Locals are all enthusiastic, who will guide you to the most beautiful beaches by boat. When the dark falls, it’s the time for tasty specialties and lively music from offshore bars. The entire experience will make you feel like in the heaven.



Langkawi Honeymoon destination in Malaysia

Honeymoon is not only all about spending romantic time together, but also about relaxing, letting hair down after the stressful time of wedding. If financially possible, you can spend your honeymoon in Langkawi –  “The pearl of Malaysia”-a highly recommended place to visit. The island of eagles has lots of picturesque beaches and grand coral reefs and huge range of seafood, which will surely mesmerize romantic brides. Besides, there are lots of primeval forests attracting couples whose middle name is “risk”. Luxury resorts and high-class tourism services are among reasons why Langkawi is one of thehoneymoon places in Malaysia.


tioman Honeymoon destinations in Malaysia

Want to experience intimate and private moments together? Want to travel at low cost to save money? Let’s come to Tioman, Penang or Redang-Best honeymoon destinations in Malaysia. Taking trips from Johor to the peaceful Tioman island-one of the best nature reserves in Malaysia, you will be welcomed by the natural yet poetic scenery.


Best honeymoon destinations in Malaysia

Being a gastronome, you cannot miss the fresh seafood or specialties from India in Penang, at the same time visit ancient and unique architectures.

This land will surely enchant the couples because in Penang, local festivals as well as bustling public parties often take place. One thing special, to those who combine honeymoon with


redang Honeymoon places in Malaysia

To those who combine honeymoon with family vacation, Redang archipelago including 9 small lovely islands will satisfy your entire family.

Besides having resorts at reasonable prices, Redang offers private airport, which is really comfortable for tourists. Flying from Kuala Lumpur to this archipelago, you and your close ones will have chances to take part in exciting group activities such as swimming in the sea, diving, surfing, sunbathing, shopping and so on. All in all, Penang and Redang will be smart choices of Honeymoon destinations in Malaysia.


Things to do in Cameron Highlands Malaysia: 10 Interesting activities






Cameron Highlands, covering an area of 71.000ha, offers various types of activities for visitors to enjoy the beautiful landscape of natural surroundings.


Below are the Top 10 most interesting activities in Cameron Highlands, one of Malaysia tourist spots that you can experience.

Tea Cameron Highlands

1. Jungle walks

The hilly terrain and tracks will make a perfect choice for tature lovers and walking enthusiasts to enjoy the natural beauty ofCameron Highlands. Tourists can find out walks of varying difficulties, with some being a casual stroll while others are more arduous offered in this hill station.  Some tracks lead you into the jungle where you can see the misty mountains. The tracks are marked 1 to 10, which is a range of difficulties, from climbing Gunung Brinchang to crossing Gunung Beremban.

jungle Malaysia tourist spots

An easy one is Track 5 or Path 5: you can walk through the Malaysian Agriculture Research and Development Institution then head towards Tanah Rata.  Visitors should consult a local guide for the current situation of those tracks before embarking on a walk alone, because some trails may be closed due to bad weather.

Jungle malay Things to do in Cameron Highlands

Those who fancy doing strenuous hikes are also advised to bring along sufficient equipment such as torchlights, water & warm clothing, and not to leave without informing a guide or hotel staff. It’s because sometimes the tracks might be more difficult to tackle than expected: Do you want your trip to one of the most beautiful Malaysia tourist spots turn into some kinds of nightmare?

2. Boh Tea plantation

Visit to Cameron Highlands would be incomplete without going to the Boh Tea plantation, especially for tea lovers. Founded in 1929, the tea company is the owner of three plantations or tea gardens. These are Fairlie Tea Garden, Habu Tea Garden and the Sungai Palas Tea Garden. Travelling across these plantations and through rolling hills on narrow hillside roads, tourists can fill their eyes with views that are breathtaking.

tea plantation

In the Sungai Palas Tea Centre, visitors will have an opportunity to take part in some Interesting activities in Cameron Highlands such as learn about processes of making tea & packaging tea products in a guided factory tour, with a nice pit stop at their cafe to enjoy a variety of teas and cakes.

To enter the Sungai Palas plantation, visitors have to first take the lane near the Ee Feng Gu Honey Bee Farm in Brinchang, which is the same route visitors use when travelling towards Gunung Brinchang.

The tea centre opens from 9am to 4pm and is closed on Mondays.

3. Farms

Cameron Highlands‘ cool temperatures are ideal for a wide variety of fruits and vegetables to grow.  Across the highlands’ main towns starting from Ringlet to Brinchang are farms.

garden Malaysia

Visitors could travel to Tringkap or Kuala Terla to take a look at the larger vegetable farms where they grow crops like cauliflower, cabbage, and spinach.

farms malaysia

Cameron Highlands also boasts large strawberry farms. Therefore, tourists cannot miss the Big Red Strawberry Farm a.k.a Taman Agro Tourism Cameron Highlands, where you can hand-pick strawberries or enjoy some freshly made strawberry ice-cream.

garden 2 Interesting activities in Cameron Highlands

This wonderful hill station also brings to travellers a chance to discover flower farms, located in the Bertam Valley, Kampung Raja, the Blue Valley and Habu area. Lots of flowers like chrysanthemums, roses & daisies flourish in this environment.

Garden 3 Malaysia

4. Markets

Markets, wherever you are in this planet, are a pleasure to visit.  The ones in Cameron Highlands are classified into two groups, the Pasar Pagi (Morning Market) and the Pasar Malam (Night Market).

market 2 cameron highlands

The morning market is in the heart of the Kea Farm town and opens daily from 8am while the night market is located in Brinchang, and opens from about 3pm till late at night. Goods in the markets are just spoilt for choice, from fruits to gifts and souvenirs.

Market Cameron Highlands

5. Steamboat cuisine


The Chinese Steamboat, although not originally from Cameron Highlands, has been quite popular at the hill station. Travellers have a wide range of choices from the dozens of restaurants serving this cuisine.  Patrons will have meat, vegetables and noodles dipped into a boiling pot filled with stock or spicy Tom Yam soup.

6. Temples


Those keening on learning more about the culture and practices of people in Cameron Highlands, can opt to stop by the Sam Poh Buddhist Temple, Brinchang. This temple stands on a hill overlooking Brinchang and offers visitors a bird-sight view of the town.  Built in 1972, the temple is home of a large Buddha statue.  Another temple is the Sri Thandayuthapani Swamy Temple, which is a colourful Hindu temple often visited by the tea-picking citizens in Cameron Highlands.

7. Cactus Valley


There must be some reasons why visiting Cactus Valley is noted in Things to do in Cameron Highlands list. Cactus Valley hosts a large variety of cactuses, some can age up to 60 years.  Patrons who are cactus lovers or curious about them can pay a visit to the colorful spiky plants, which come in all shapes and sizes. Located on a hillside area near Brinchang, the farm also plants many kinds of flowers, apple trees and passion fruit plants.

8. Waterfalls


Superb waterfalls are often an essential part of lush hilly terrains and mountainous areas.  There are several waterfalls inCameron Highlands. One is on the way from Tapah to the highlands, which is named the Lata Iskandar, a famous picnic spot and a pit stop for drivers and passengers to stretch their legs and breathe cool, fresh air.  Two other well-known waterfalls are the Parit Falls, located off Trail 4, and Robinson Waterfalls which hikers can reach to from Trail 9.

9. Butterfly farm


Families and nature lovers should put the butterfly farm in their Things-to-do-in-Cameron Highlands list. That is a home of several species of butterfly.  It is a garden built on a hill slope, and known to be one of the oldest tourist attractions inCameron Highlands. The Butterfly Farm is located near the popular Kea Farm, about 3km from Brinchang.  One of the highlight features of this farm is free-flying butterflies, a tortoise pen and a mini insectarium.

Open daily. Tickets: from RM2 to RM5.

A free guided tour when available.

10. Bee Farm


A close cousin of the butterfly attraction, is the bee farm, one of interesting activities in Cameron Highlands.  There are a number of farms of this sort in the area, in Ringlet, Tringkap and Kea Farm. Coming here, tourists are able to watch how locals cultivate honey for honey& learn to appreciate the contribution of bees to the balance of the ecosystem from the exhibitions within the farms. Remember to sample the various types of honey available.



Top things to do in Kota Kinabalu Malaysia






Kota Kinabalu –an offshore city in Malaysia, will bit by bit mesmerize you by its exquisite beauty. Looking for what to do inKota Kinabalu? Here we have highlighted top things to do in Kota Kinabalu below. Check it out!

Climb the Majestic Mt Kinabalu

Conquering Mount Kinabalu will give you the feeling of accomplishment, which is certain to lift your spirits up and make you feel like on top of the world. Annually, people come from all around the world with an aim of reaching the peak of this highest climber-friendly mountain in South-East Asia. Remember to pack will power, determination, along with physical strength before going on this journey.

Mount-Kinabalu Malaysia

“No pain no gain”, once you are on the top of the mountain, your eyes will be satisfied with view of the ‘City below the clouds”. Climbing the famous Mount Kinabalu is surely one of the most interesting things to do in Kota Kinabalu.

Explore the Life Underwater

underwater Kota Kinabalu

Being an Island, Kota Kinabalu houses one of the most poetry underwater sites. The crystal clear water and the biodiversity is one of its impressive features. The most holistic underwater life will welcome divers and give them the most unforgettable memory ever. So be prepared for this adventurous activity and be sure to be amazed by what is waiting  for you to discover underwater.

Explore the Beach

Beach Things to do in Kota Kinabalu

So remember to bring along your beach hats and sunscreens and enjoy stretching lazily in the sun or experiencing the plethora of thrilling activities. For beach lovers, this is certainly one of the top things to do in Kota Kinabalu.

Do the Island Hopping

island hopping Top Things to do in Kota Kinabalu

Kota Kinabalu is the land of one of the most exotic islands in the world. Island Taking part in Island Hopping in Kota Kinabalu, visitors will engage in taking a tour to a number of islands, spending some time at each island then moving to the next. After the tour, visitors will gain an overview of islands here.

Since the most famous islands of Kota Kinabalu are in Tunku Abdul Rahman Park, namely the Gaya Island, Sapi Island,  Mamutik Island and Manukan Island, Island-hopping has gained momentum in this area. This kind of activities allows each island to be explored in peace and in depth, saving the trouble and cost of travelling to each island separately.

Shop in Kota Kinabalu

shop  Top Things to do in Kota Kinabalu

Shopaholics visiting Kota Kinabalu will meet their Mecca. Sophisticated and classy shopping centers are surely to be found in Kota Kinabalu: From the oldest named 1Borneo Hyper Mall, to the latest and trendiest shopping mall in town, the Oceanus Waterfront Mall. Fashion and accessories, food and beverages, you will have a great time shopping here. What you have to do is choose the shopping mall according to your budget and r have the most fulfilling shopping experience ever.

Enjoy a Hearty Meal of Fresh Seafood

seafood kota kinabalu

After all the chain of stimulating activities, one probably needs to fill themselves up: what could be better than the freshly caught seafood from the very waters of Kota Kinabalu. Seafood is one of the reasons why people come to this Kota Kinabalu. All the well-known Seafood restaurants such as Welcome and Gayang Seafood Restaurant are typical by the vivid display of live seafood, ready for customers to pick and freshly cooked and served to be savored with utmost delight. Fishes, eels, crabs, oysters, crabs, clams, all are available at these restaurants. For seafood lovers, this is obviously one of the topthings to do in Kota Kinabalu Malaysia.

Pamper yourself in a Luxury Beach Resort

beach resorts kota kinabalu


One day in Penang heritage: city cycling tour itinerary






Penang-a beautiful city of Malaysia-is becoming an ever-popular destination to visitors around the world thanks to appetizing dishes, poetry scenery, long-lasting history and vibrant culture.

One day only isn’t enough for you to thoroughly discover the paradise island but for the ones who would love to gain knowledge about George Town- a world heritage a.k.a a “hot pot” of cultures including Chinese, Indian, English, native Malay, etc, one day is enough. Before undertaking the one day tour in Penang, let’s look for a bike first because we are going on aPenang cycling tour!


8:30 am

Our Penang city tour itinerary begins with waking up for a breakfast on Lebuh Chulia. It would be perfect with fresh Bagel bread newly baked and a glass of fruit. This combination could be found I every single café shop in Penang.

One little friendly remind: Don’t stuff yourself because the list of should-try-food is so long and also it is the cycling tour in Penang! Being full surely makes it hard to ride a bike. Indulging yourself with Bagel and you will regret for the rest of the day.

9:30 am

After breakfast, let’s cross the road, turning into Lorong Carnarvon street where you see lots of stores selling fresh food in the market. This narrow street is a place where lots of bustling activities take place. You must consider yourself a lucky one to pay a visit to this street.

Don’t forget to order a coffee siphon cup and freshly baked cakes including maracon and tart and cheese sticks.

10 am

So, we have spent so far 2 hours in our Penang one day tour package on food. There are lots of interesting things waiting ahead.


street art 1 Penang cycling tour

Lebuh Armenian is a heaven of modern scarf shops such as Studio Howard, Fuan Wong and jewelry making shop Jonathan Yun. This narrow street is a gallery of well-known artist in Malaysia.


street art 2 Penang one day tour in penang

On the opposite side of Yap Kongsi stands China Jose in which there is a massive collection of books about art and Asian interior design. Nearby is the Ben’s toys gallery.

street art Malaysia penang city tour itinerary

This lovely land has an aura of attraction that can easily take away some hours from your time budget spent in Penang on discovering street art, metal wire art, solemn clan houses, and high towers.

penang metal wire Penang city tour


After the trip to Lebuh Armenian, it is suggested that you have a quick and simple lunch before continuing your afternoon schedule. Restaurants at the crossroads of Lebuh Armenian and Jalan Majid Kapitan Keling serving traditional food would make a good choice to taste the famous street food.

penang street food cycling tour in penang

You can choose either an empty table or a table where there have been some native people sit. They will guide you on which dishes need enjoying. Order a cup of local coffee along with milk and pay attention to the way locals make coffee in a big sock.


Heading towards Lebuh Pantai then Little India of Indian community, you can see lots of cute metal wire artwork. Little India is always full of color and noise. It is also full of choices of beverages such as Madras coffee or Marsala tea and traditional food originated from India.


From Little India, riding to Lorong Stewart which is located next to Bodhisattva Kuan-yin Temple. On this peaceful street, there are a wide range of delicious food that you can give a try. Here you can take a rest with some coffee before continue ourPenang city tour to 41 Living Story in Love Lane street-this is a local store selling odd crafts.

little indian penang one day tour package


Modern shopping malls, traditional markets or street stalls? You name it and there, Penang can meet the demands of the choosiest visitors.

George Town is a best place for those who are hunting antiques and love the sense of classic. There are also lots of old markets and stores in George Town. Inspired by the tides around the city, craftsmen have made various unique objects: from sculpture tokens to jewelry, glass souvenirs and so on.

Wondering what could make a good souvenir?

Then you can let your worry go because here you are in the harbor, which used to be a trading center with long and vibrant history, making the shopping in Penang truly interesting. Local specialties are diversified including herbs or traditional Chinese drug, bitter coffee-specialty of the island, durian-flavored coffee, antiques and local crafts.

When the dark falls…

penang by night cycling in penang heritage

Penang seems to switch into a different face. Shopping malls and stores will open till 10pm.

To wrap up your Penang city tour, you could have a light meal in whichever street food areas or coffee shops you find.


There are a number of companies that offer rental bikes. Some of them are listed below:

  1. The Leaf Bike Rental

Web: gtbikerental.blogspot.com

High quality bicycles including mountain bike, folding bike, tandem bike, city bike and tricycle at affordable and reasonable prices.
Bike equipment:  a bicycle helmet, single headlights and various security measures to ensure that your cycling in Penang heritage is safe and protected.

RM10 for whole day(unable to overnight)
RM20 for 24 Hours
RM40 1 week
(Prices include: Penang Map, Helmet and High Security Locks.)
Open hours: 9am-7pm
24,Weld Quay, 10200 George Town, Penang
+6012 – 4121007


  1. Freedom Leisure Cycle Supply

Web: Penangbicyclerental.com/

All types of unique bicycles, including classic bike, folding bike, twin/tandem bike, Japan postman bicycle and family bicycle.

Sell Japan recon bicycles

Free Georgetown map provided so that you can have a fulfill Penang city tour

Mr. Chew Chun Jin / Ms Tan PF

(M)016-4529848 / 016-4837229


  1. Metro Bike

Web: metrobike.com.my/

Unique, eco-friendly bicycle tour company in Penang providing quality bike rentals.

Bicycle Rental : RM20/Bike ( Duration: 24 hours)
Complimentary: Safety Helmet, Safety Jacket, Bicycle Lock & PA insurance.
Bike Rent Center: Tanjung City Marina ( Beside Jetty Bus Terminal- Hainan Town Restaurant )
Operation Hours: 9am-5pm daily
1) Bicycle Model: City Bike – Single Gear ( Suitable to travel within George Town areas)
2) PA Insurance: RM20K insurance coverage on dead and TPD only
3) Security Deposit: RM100/bike or identity card.
Metro Bike
HQ: 49, Jalan Tingkat Mayang Pasir
11900 Bayan Lepas Penang. Malaysia.
Hotline: 019- 409 4663
Fax: (604) – 229 6434
Web: metrobike.com.my

Email: support@metrobike.com.my

There are also other small shops you can choose to rent bikes for your Penang city tour such as,

Penang Cycle Bay
Lee Jetty, Weld Quay, 10300 Georgetown, Penang.

web: facebook.com/PenangCycleBay
Bicycle Rental: Weekday RM12/4hours & RM20 whole day: Weekend RM15/4 hours & RM25 whole day.

Chin Seng Leong Bicycle Shop
84, Armenian Street, 10200 Georgtown, Penang. Tel: 012-553-3553.
Bicycle Rental: RM10 for the whole day per bicycle.


Malaysia Kuala Lumpur city tour package suggested itinerary: what things to do in 2 days






There are lots of places to visit and things to do in Kuala Lumpur in 2 days namely visit Batu Caves, Bukit Batur, Petronas Twin Towers or Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia, etc.

This blog post will provide you a Kuala Lumpur city tour itinerary for your 2 day trip to this beautiful city of Malaysia.

Batu Caves

festival thaipusam things to do in Kuala Lumpur in 2 days


coffee Kuala Lumpur Malaysia

Coffee culture in Kuala Lumpur is ever developing and it is not exaggerating to say coffee in Kuala Lumpur is totally as good as Bangkok’s or Singapore’s. During your Kuala Lumpur city tour, after satisfying your need of walking, you can choose one impressively decorated coffee shop to relax.

Bar Heli Lounge

petronas Kuala Lumpur city tour itinerary

Refurbished from an old helicopter pad, Heli Lounge overwhelms its customers with spacious space on terrace on the 34th floor of Menara KH building. Besides, this bar is ideal for watching sunset in Kuala Lumpur.

Add: 34th floor, Menara KH building, Jalan Sultan Ismail, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Open hours:

Mon-Wed: 6pm-12am

Thu: 6pm-2am

Fri-Sat: 6pm-3am

Sun: closed

Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia

dome Islamic Arts Museum things to do in kuala lumpur Malaysia

A suggested destination for whoever loves Islamic Art. Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia is regarded the largest museum in ASEA, covering an area of 30.000m2. This museum houses over 7000 unique objects and a library of precious Islamic books.

Add: Jalan Lembah Perdana, 50480 Kuala Lumpur, 50480, Malaysia

Open hours: 10am-6pm

Street food in Jalan Alor

Slider-Jalan-Alor-food-street things to do in Kuala Lumpur in 2 days

Jalan Alor is a long street of food stalls standing close together. Here you can try Malaysian specialties such as roti canai, nasi lemak, etc. not only famous for cuisines, Jalan Alor also attracts visitors by music performed by street artists and unique souvenirs sold along the street.

Add:  Jalan Alor, Bukit Bintang, 50200 Kuala Lumpur

Open hours: 5pm to midnight

KL Tower

kl tower malaysia kuala lumpur city tour package

420m tall, KL Tower is one of the tallest telecommunications and broadcasting tower towers of the world. You can use elevator to reach the top floor at 276m above the ground for the best view of Kuala Lumpur, enjoying meals in a revolving restaurant and watching traditional dancing.

Add:  Jalan P Ramlee, 50250 Kuala Lumpur

Open hours: 9am to 10pm

Nasi Lemak

Malaysian Nasi Lemak, famous Malaysian traditional food must try

Nasi Lemak is a must-eat dish in your Kuala Lumpur city tour package! The name itself means ”rice in cream”, rooted from the cooking process: white rice is soaked in coconut cream and then steamed. At the end, we have a pot of appetizingly coconut-aromatic rice. Nasi lemak is often eaten with hard-boiled egg, hot spicy sauce named sambal, fried egg and sambal cuttlefish.

Pavilion shopping mall

pavilion Kuala Lumpur Malaysia

Located at the heart of Bukit Bintang, Pavilion Kuala Lumpur covers an area of about 127.000 m2 with over 400 stores of retail brands, restaurants and entertainment areas. You are totally able to afford branded goods at reasonable prices during Mega Sale period in July or August annually.

Add: 168, Jalan Bukit Bintang, 55100 Kuala Lumpur

Open hours: 10am to 10pm

Petaling Street

Petaling-Street suggested itinerary for kuala lumpur

Petronas Twin Towers

Petronas-Twin-Towers what to do in kuala lumpur in two days

With the height of 452m, the 88-storey Twin Towers is considered a symbol of Kuala Lumpur Malaysia. Travelers on their Kuala Lumpur city tour package always bring home at least 1 photo of this building. One of the most frequently visited destination is 28m-long Skybridge linking 2 towers on the 41st and 42nd floors.

Sultan Abdul Samad building

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Add: Jalan Raja, 50050 Kuala Lumpur

Sunway Lagoon Park


Known as the leading amusement park in Asia, Sunway Lagoon is a favorite destination of adventurous travellers and often appears in most of suggested itinerary for Kuala Lumpur. Sunway Lagoon is divided into 5 small areas designed in 5 different themes such as Amusement Park, Extreme Park, Scream Park, etc, which surely make your time spent here memorable.

Add: 3, Band ar Sunway, Jalan Lagoon Timur (9/1), 47500 Subang Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia

Thean Hou temple

Thean-Hou-Temple_ kuala lumpur city tour

A place to worship Goddess Thean Hou, this temple is one of the biggest Chinese temples in ASEA. Thean Hou temple was completed in 1989 by the effort of Chinese community in Malaysia. Many worshippers and tourists have visited Thean Hou temple for both sightseeing and praying.

Add: 65, Persiaran Endah, Taman Persiaran Desa, 50460 Kuala Lumpur

Zouk Club Kuala Lumpur


Covering an area of nearly 10.000m2, Zouk KL is regarded one of the best bars in Malaysia. Zouk KL has been invested 38 million RM (~$10 million) and built during 3 years. There are more than 11 dance floors and a large underground parking system, making this place a well-known destination to enjoy nightlife in Kuala Lumpur.

Add: 436, Jalan Tun Razak, 50400 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Open hours:

Mon-Tue: 5pm to 3am

Wed-Thu: 5pm to 4am

Fri-Sun: 5pm to 5am

Those are our Kuala Lumpur city tour itinerary including places to visit & what to do in Kuala Lumpur in two days. Hope this can be of help.

A2Z about Langkawi island one of Malaysia top tourist attractions






Getting bored of traveling around familiar destinations like Kuala Lumpur, Genting, or Malacca, why don’t you give the beautiful island named Langkawi a try? Langkawi island is predicted to be a hot tourist spot of Malaysia in this 2016. This blog post will provide you with things to know about Langkawi island Malaysia so that your trip to this lovely island would be a lifetime’s experience.


langkaw diving things to know about Langkawi

Langkawi is an island located in the North West of Malaysia, in Kedad state which is near the shared border with Thailand. Langkawi houses 99 islands. The name Langkawi -“the island of eagles” roots from Malay’s word “Helang” which means “eagle”.

langkawi eagle malaysia

This land is the home of a large number of eagles. For the time being, visitors can register for tours that include eagle watching and feeding part in surrounding islands. Plus, Langkawi tourist attractions also lies in its duty-free area.

cenang Langkawi island in Malaysia

The 2 most crowded and bustling parts of Langkawi island Malaysia are Kuah Town center and Pantai Cenang beach: Kuah Town has port while Pantai Cenang has airport. One has to travel through 20km of mountain pass to reach Kuah Town from Pantai Cenang and vice versa.

Ideal time to visit Langkawi

langkawi Langkawi in Malaysia

Citizens of Langkawi island Malaysia are able to enjoy both rainy and dry seasons. The rainy one lasts from June to November, characterized by sudden and intermittent rains.

langkawi sunset Langkawi top attractions

It is fair to say you can visit Langkawi all year round-all you have to do is to choose the time that suits you best.


Via Airline

First take a flight to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It is totally okay fly from Kuala Lumpur to Langkawi within 1 hour. AirAsia often offers one-way ticket whose cost is under $30 so it is quite simple to get a cheap ticket to Langkawi.


Langkawi has a large MRT station, where welcomes lots of travellers from Kuala Perlis, Kuala Kedah stations, Penang and Satun islands. Tickets are available in stations.


Taxi would make a comfortable and cheap mean of transportation if you are in a group of tourists. FYI, Langkawi cabbies do not charge on distance or mileage but instead on the number of people getting on it (1-3, 4-8 or 9-11 people, etc). You can use Google map to calculate the price.

Hiring a car is quite simple: they need two things deposit and drive license. Please note that in Malaysia, people drive on their left.

To hire a motorbike for a whole day, you have to pay 15-30 RM. Your hotel or stores along Pantai Cenang would possibly offer this kind of service


For the shopping lovers, Kuah is often chosen as their destination because it is a duty-free area where there are a myriad of stores and markets in all sizes and types. Resorts offer many types of services such as swimming pool, high-class massage and rooms for couples who are in their honeymoon.

langkawi Langkawi island

For most of tourists coming to Langkawi, Cenang will make a good choice. Running along more than 10km of coast road, Cenang is ready to satisfy even the choosiest visitors. Apart from luxury hotels with 4 –to-5-star-service, Cenang brings to tourists a variety of activities such as skating, boat racing, scuba diving etc. Offshore are restaurants standing along with fashion shops and sports stores.


Langkawi suspension cable

This world’s longest suspension cable system at 950m higher than the sea level allows you to get a panorama of this beautiful island.

Langkawi Sky Bridge

skybridge Langkawi island attractions

Getting to the 2nd highest mountain in Langkawi island by suspension bridge, you continue to enjoy the breathtaking scenery while walking on Sky Bridge. This is voted as an ideal destination among Langkawi top attractions for couples who travel to Langkawi.

Eco park

UNESCO has recognized Langkawi to be a member of World Geopark. Thus there is no reason for not visiting such eco parks in here.

langkawi nature Langkawi island Langkawi tourist attractions

Coming to Kilim Karst eco-park, strolling along the wooden bridge across the swamp and Bogak forest, you may catch sight of mischievous monkeys and unique limestone walls. The road leads to an end where there is a large bat cave. You are able to travel by boat and discover the ecology within this park including medicinal plants and migratory birds, etc.

Pulau Payar marine park is located in the west of Malaysia-famous for wonderful diversified ecosystem. This is actually place of white-sand beaches, ideal for picnics. There are also bridle paths for strolling. Out to the sea, you may have chance to encounter particularly interesting things like shark babies.

school of fish LANGKAWI

Underwater World Langkawi (UWL) is a place for discovering the secret of the ocean. This has been built for the purpose of raising the awareness of people on the importance of protecting aquatic life. Underwater World Langkawi consists of 3 main areas: tropical, temperate and  near Antarctic rainforest. Besides, UWL has also been equipped with a modern 3D movie theater, café shop and an Education center on protecting the natural resource.


Mardi lake is a must-visit destination. Legend say that childless women after drinking a sip from this lake will be blessed.

One of Langkawi island attractions that you should not miss is Tasik Dayang Bunting Lake, which is formed by the collapse of giant caves on the island. The depth of this lake could be more than 14m.


Kota Mahsuri: Legend says this is the final destination of the most beautiful woman of Langkawi. Kota Mahsuri has been built to venerate this woman. She is told to be accused of adultery then executed  by stabbing to death. However, the thing is her blood is white instead of being red as normal, which proves her innocent.

Eagle statue

Eagle Square langkawi 3 days 2 night trip

The majestic statue of the eagle looking as if it is just about to fly is the symbol of Langkawi island as well as one ofLangkawi top atractions.

Galeria Perdana

The idea for Galeria Perdana was mooted by Tun Dr Mahathir bin Mohamad when he helmed the country as the Prime Minister. In Galeria Perdana, tourists may watch over 2500 kinds of craft goods that promote the craft industry in the island at the same time boost the economy of island’s citizens. Don’t forget to visit the complex of Langkawi’s craft for souvenirs which are so “Malaysia-ly” for family and friends.

Beaches in Langkawi

Beaches are what make Langkawi well-known. Let’s take a look on those Langkawi tourist attractions!

Pantai Cenang

Pantai-Cenang Langkawi

Pantai Cenang attracts tourists by its perfect combination of crystal clear sea, sun-kissed beach and lush palms. Besides, Pantai Cenang also houses cheap and affordable hotels. One more thing, when the sun kisses the horizon, Pantai Cenang’s streets turn into its bustling face with myriad of stores opening restaurants serving local specialties as well as crowded bars.

Pantai Kok


Most of beaches in Pantai Kok are possessed by high-class resorts such as Sheraton or Tanjung Sanctuary, which guarantees a peaceful space for tourists to relax on the white-sand beach and in the clear sea. Plus, tourists can undertake a boat journey to the West of Pantai Kok to explore limestone hills and tropical forest. That would make an unforgettable memory in your trip to Langkawi island attractions.

Pantai Tengah

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Pantai Tengah has the longest coastal line in Langkawi. The quality of sand here is equally as good as Pantai Cenang’s. However, Pantai Tengah is much more quiet with pretty wooden houses on the sea. Visitors can enjoy the massage service in hotels or pay visits to surrounding islands.

Tanjung Rhu


Being one of the famous Langkawi island attractions, Tangjung Rhu offers crystal-like sea, perfect white-sand beach surrounded by dense jungle. Thus, it is like a lost world, which is suitable for those finding a peaceful vacation in Malaysia. Here and there in Tanjung Rhu are food stalls selling appetizing specialties.

Datai Bay

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This is an exclusive beach of high-class resort named Datai Bay in Langkawi. That’s why tourists find this place quiet and peaceful. Apart from swimming in the sea and stretching out on the beach, tourists can visit Ibrahim Hussein museum and Langkawi Crocodile farm which is quite near the beach.


Along with beaches, shopping is also one of Langkawi tourist attractions. Regarded as a duty-free goods heaven, Langkawi mostly offers wine, chocolate an tobacco.

The list of shopping places you should visit includes Bazar night market (where you can buy things at the lowest price), the surrounding of Under Water World, the Jetty Point complex next to Eagle Square, Saga Center in Kuah Town.

shop langkawi 3 days 2 nights itinerary

About night markets in Langkawi: those in Cenang open on Thursday nights; Kuah Town’s on Saturday nights; the others’ on Wednesday and Sunday nights. All open from 5pm to 10pm.


This session is dedicated to gastronomes who regard food as one of Langkawi top attractions. Food in Langkawi island is famous for not only its diversity, its colorfulness, but also for the cheap prices. Following are some tasty dishes that you may try once you are in Langkawi.

nasi kandar


Nasi Kandar is a popular Malaysian food originated from Penang. It is a meal of steamed rice served with a variety of curries. The rice will be covered by a mixture of curry sauce-let it soak through your rice and all you have to do then is just die from burst of awesome aroma and taste.

koay mooi

Koay Mooi Kee is rice with curry. You may ask for fried fish and chicken or something else if you like. 3RM/box.


char kuay teow langkawi

Char Kuay teow is rice noodle fried with shrimps, beansprouts and eggs. There must be a secret recipe to create such a moreish cuisine as char kuay teow! 3RM/dish

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Being a “giant” in Chinese food culture, fried Hokkien mee is among one of the most favorite dishes here. Originated from Fukien, China but in Malaysia, it has had its own local uniqueness. You will be mesmerized by the taste of noodle fried in pig oil then mixed with hoisin-sauce. 2RM/dish

satay malaysia langkawi island Malaysia


Satay is one of the must try Malaysian street food – charcoal grilled succulent skewered meat (chicken or beef) served with special satay sauce.

Above mentioned are essential things to know about Langkawi. To get a fully experience, there is no way but visiting Langkawi in person.

List of amusement & water theme parks best place for not only kids in Malaysia






It is no doubt that Malaysia has been housing most of Southeast Asia top amusement parks, which are considered not only best place for kids in Malaysia but also for everyone at any age! To fully enjoy activities held in those parks, it often takes tourists about half or even an entire day. Below is Malaysia amusement parks list, which includes options making a perfect day for family and friends in the journey to Malaysia.

berjayra time square


Berjaya Times Square is the largest indoor theme park Malaysia has. Located in Berjaya Times Square Trading Center, Kuala Lumpur, the park covers an area of 12360 m2. Within 3-story building, there are lots of interesting games for both kids and adults. Photo: Alamy.

Bukit Gambang Malaysia amusement park


Bukit GambangMalaysia amusement park in Pahang hosts a variety of thrilling games and activities namely wave pool, and largest hunting area in Malaysia. Photo: Want.

Escape Adventureplay malaysia amusement park list


Opened for 3 years in Penang, Escape Adventureplay is an entertainment place designed to bring to visitors memorable experience without any kind of machines or advanced technology. All you have to pack along is bravery. Photo: Jiwarosak.

KidZania Malaysia amusement parks


KidZania Park within Curve NX building, Mutiara Damansara, Kuala Lumpur, is a theme park designed in various education themes. KidZania Park is just similar to a miniature city where kids can choose and experience a kind of occupation without any help from their parents. This is definitely the best place for kids in Malaysia. Photo: Groupon.

Legoland water theme park malaysia


Legoland-the first Lego park opened in Asia, probably the most famous among Malaysia amusement parks. Operated since 2012 in Nusajaya, Johor (near Singapore), this park houses hotels and Water Park.

Legoland 2 theme park malaysia


Legoland is also an ideal place for those who are science fiction lovers. Photo: CNN.

Lost World of Tambun water theme park malaysia


Lost World of Tambun in Sunway City, Ipoh consists of water park, Discovery Park, amusement park, zoo and so on. Amongwater theme park Malaysia list, this place stands out thanks to the longest man-made river of Malaysia: 660m. Photo: Bigblue.

A’Famosa Alor Gajah best place for kids in Malaysia


A’Famosa, Alor Gajah brings to visitors a myriad of choices such water theme park Malaysia, Adventure Park, Old West theme park, sports and creative activities. Besides, there are chains of hotels, resorts, event holder centers, etc here. Photo: CNN.

LWorld Genting malaysia


Being the first theme park Malaysia ever had, LWorld Genting  has been operated for 300 years. The future of this park is being reconstructed into 20th Century Fox World Park in early 2017. Photo: Agbrief.

Sunway Lagoon Malaysia


It takes 40m to drive from Kuala Lumpur to Sunway Lagoon-a destination belonging to water theme park Malaysia list. This is a complex park covering an area of over 360000m2 including a number of wonderful entertainment lands namely Extreme Park, Scream Park, Vuvuzelah, etc. Photo: Therakyatpost.