Sky Bridge, Langkawi: How To Reach, Best Time & Tips

Sky Bridge Tours & Activities

About Sky Bridge

Hanging at a height of 2,170 feet between the two mountains, Langkawi Sky Bridge is counted among the longest cable-stayed bridges in the world. It stretches itself for 410 feet and has transparent sections on its pedestrian. These transparent sections not only let people enjoy the spectacular beauty of the surroundings but also the dense tropical forest underneath.

Situated on the peak of the second tallest mountain Mt. Mat Cincang on Pulau Langkawi, one can reach here with the help of the cable car ride. Starting at the ‘end’ of the cable car ride, you can hop on to the bridge after a 15 minutes walk from the dropping point. You must reach the place as early as possible as the bridge could accommodate only 200 people at one time.

Do not forget to bring your camera to capture all the picturesque scenes around you through the transparent windows of the cable car and from the parapet of the bridge. If it is the right season, then you may even catch the glimpse of the unique flora and fauna possessed by the island. However, do not miss the nearby restaurants around the sky bridge along with all the places and things you could grab on!

How to Reach Sky Bridge



Situated on an island, Langkawi Sky Bridge gives you various convenient options to reach the place. Here is a breakdown of all the means you shall consider to reach the place:

By Air:
You can take a flight to Langkawi International Airport from any part of the world and then commute the 13.3 KM distance by road or rail. It would not take more than 20 minutes to reach the Sky Bridge from the airport.

By Water:
If you are travelling from Kuala Lumpur, then it is advised to catch a regular daily ferry from the port of Kuala Kedah or Kuala Perlis to sail until Kuah Jetty which is on the main Langkawi Island. It would take around one hour and fifteen minutes to complete your sail to the jetty.

From here, you can commute the rest of the 31.5 KM via road or railways, whichever suits you the best. It would take around 45 minutes to cover this entire distance.

However, you should note that you would need to take a cable car ride from the Oriental Village in Pantai Kok to reach the peak of Mt. Mat Cincang where the bridge is located. From there, you will have to take the stairway to reach the ultimate parapets of the Langkawi Sky Bridge.

What Not to Miss at Sky Bridge



The Langkawi group of islands will not disappoint you on activities which you could do here and also it is one of the best things it has to offer to you. Here is a list of some of the not-to-miss things:

1. Sky Cable Car Ride
Stretched across a 2.2 KM pathway, Sky Cable Car ride transfers you from the Oriental Village in Pantai Kok to the base of the sky bridge. Although you could walk the distance, it is highly suggested that you sit in this transparent cabin and ride over the peaks of the mountains while offering you some splendid views of the dense woods, gleaming ocean and shiny beaches.

2. Langkawi Duck Tours
Taking you across the worthy corners of the island, Langkawi Duck Tours is one of the best things you could do to explore the island. This vehicle is a bus cum boat which can ride on the road as well as sail in the waters which sums up to a unique experience.

3. Parasailing at Tanjung Rhu Beach
Parasailing is the most sought after activity at the Langkawi island and Tanjung Rhu Beach provides the best facility as well as the best views. You must visit the beach to try your hands on this activity to get some great aerial views of the pristine Langkawi group of islands.

4. Deep-Sea Diving in Pulau Payar Marine Park
This activity lets you dive into the depths of the sea with all the gears for respiration. You can sign up for either scuba diving or snorkelling to get the glimpse of the colourful marine life and coral jungles inside the oceans of the islands.

Places to Visit near Langkawi Sky Bridge



Possessing the natural charm gifted by the supreme power, Langkawi island is a true bliss where there are several options for exciting places to visit near Langkawi Bridge. Here is a list of some of the best places which you shouldn’t miss while preparing your itinerary:

1. Seven Wells Waterfall
Nestled amidst the tropical jungle of the Langkawi island, Seven Wells Waterfall is majestic view of clear water falling off a 480 metres high cliff. One has to climb up 638 steps to reach the base of the waterfall. However, the entire tiredness goes away with the cold shower under the waterfall.

2. Temurun Waterfall
Falling off from a height of 200 metres, Temurun Waterfall makes a huge swimming pool under its cliff. One can take a chilling swim in the natural pool nestled inside the lush dense forests.

3. Pasir Tengkorak Beach
Combination of beige soft sands and emerald Andaman sea, Pasir Tengkorak Beach isolates you from the rest of the world. Provided there are no shacks, you will not find much of a crowd and it is the perfect place to skip city life for some time.

4. Telaga Harbour Marina
Nicely maintained against the backdrop of the untarnished island, Telaga Harbour Marina is a must-go place on the Langkawi island. You can either use it to get yourself transferred to some other island or definitely for a cruising sail amidst the playful Andaman Sea.

Other Essential Information About Sky Bridge



Location:
Gunung Mat Cincang, Pulau Langkawi, Kedah, Malaysia

Timings: 09:30 AM to 07:00 PM on all the days of the week

Entry Fee: Entry fees to the bridge are RM 6.00 for adults and RM 4.00 for kids; Cost for the cable car ride is RM 15.00 per person.

Length: 125 meters or 410 feet

Photography Charges: No charges.

Distance from city centre: 21.9 KM

Places to Eat near Langkawi Sky Bridge



Food is the essence of any place and being a tourist attraction, Langkawi island is flooded with various small and big food joints alike. Here is a list of some of the renowned cafes and restaurants, where you can enjoy some steaming and juicy dishes:

1. German Food Corner
Blushing with the shades of pink, German Food Corner is a semi-open restaurant. Locally known as GFC, the food corner offers some amazing delicacies from an array of lip-smacking German cuisines. 

2. Mare Blu Italian Restaurant
Nestled amidst the tropical vegetation of the island, Mare Blu offers its visitors an outside seating to enjoy their food. One can relish on some excellent delicacies from Italy paired with some hot and cold beverages of their choice.

3. Pahn-Thai Restaurant
Decorated with dark wood and bright lanterns, Pahn-Thai Restaurant is facing the endless Andaman Sea. People can enjoy their Thai food sitting out and glaring at the calm blue waters in peace.

4. Tapaz
A simple setting of red and brown furnishing, Tapaz is the place where one should go to try the local delicacies of the place. The place is known for its fresh and hot Malaysian cuisines which will leave an everlasting imprint on your taste buds forever.

Places to Stay near Langkawi Sky Bridge



Choosing the place to spend the night is the most important part of planning a good vacation. Here is a breakdown of some standard places to stay near Langkawi Sky Bridge to make your planning a little easier:

1. Berjaya Langkawi Resort
Settled on the coast of the Burau Bay, Berjaya Langkawi Resort offers small cottages. Some of them are on the sandy beach whereas the others are partially submerged inside the Andaman Sea offering you unobstructed views.

2. Alia Residence Business Resort
Alia Residence Business Resort is an elegant resort where you can find a comfortable room with modern facilities. It also features a gleaming swimming pool and a lush lawn to spend some quality time inside the resort.

3. Langkawi Lagoon Sea Village
Built amidst the calm turquoise waters of Andaman Sea, Langkawi Lagoon Sea Village is literally hovering over some wooden planks inside the sea. Which makes it an architectural treat to the eyes along with being an amazing resort with excellent facilities.

4. Butterfly Jungle Lodge
Beautifully established amidst the tropical woods of Langkawi island, Butterfly Jungle Lodge offers homely rooms. The balconies and patios of the rooms face the lush vegetation of the woods giving some peaceful memories.

Medical Facilities in Langkawi Sky Bridge



For non-serious medical emergencies, you can approach the clinic at Meritus Pelangi or Cenang Clinic on the main road. The latter would come on the right side while coming from the airport to Cenang. They are clean and hygienic and also you would not have to wait long there.

The doctors in both the clinics speak English fluently and are well capable of handling your problems. Please ensure to carry your passport along with some cash to pay at the clinic as you can expect a fee of RM 100 excluding the medicines. However, in case of serious emergencies, you will have to rush to the mainland to get the latest and advanced medical facilities.

Travellers' Tip before visiting Langkawi Sky Bridge



Langkawi Sky Bridge is located on an island 53.4 KM away from the main island which requires the travellers to be a little more prepared in comparison to the people travelling to other places. Here are some tips which might prove to be helpful in certain scenarios:

- In case of any pre-existing medical conditions, do not forget to carry the required medicines.

Do carry hats, scarfs and other materials to protect yourself from the bright sun.

While leaving for the bridge, do carry some warm clothes to protect yourself from the chilly breeze flowing at that height.

Do not forget to carry your camera and extra batteries as photography and videography are all you would want to do on your way.

Check for the latest update before heading to the bridge as the bridge is closed at many times due to strong winds and other times for maintenance.
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People Also Ask About Sky Bridge

  1. How do you get to Sky Bridge in Langkawi?

    You will have to reach the Kuah island of Malaysia and then reach the Oriental Village in Pantai Kok. From there, you will have to take a cable car ride to the peak of Mt. Mat Cincang to ultimately reach the Sky Bridge in Langkawi.
  2. How long is the cable car ride in Langkawi?

    The cable car ride in Langkawi is 2.2 KM long which would take around 15 minutes to reach the top of Mt. Mat Cincang. You can catch this cable ride from the Oriental Village in Pantai Kok.
  3. What is there to do in Langkawi in 3 days?

    You can do various things in Langkawi in the span of three days:

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    Visit Langkawi Sky Bridge
    Enjoy Langkawi Cable Car Ride
    Langkawi Duck Tour
    Scuba Diving and Snorkelling
    Parasailing
  4. How many islands are there in Langkawi?

    There are in total of 100 islands in the Langkawi group of islands. Considered as the ‘Jewel of Kedah,’ this group of islands houses a beautiful set of pristine beaches amidst the turquoise blue Andaman Sea.
  5. Where is Langkawi Sky Bridge located?

    Langkawi Sky Bridge is located on the peak of Mt. Mat Cincang in Kuah Island. You can reach the Kuah Jetty of the island either by air or water from Kuala Lumpur. From there, you have to reach the Oriental Village in Pantai Kok where you can catch the cable car ride to reach the top of Mt. Mat Cincang.
  6. What type of bridge is Langkawi Sky Bridge?

    Langkawi Sky Bridge is a cable-stayed bridge which is 125 meters long or 410 feet in length. It is a curved pedestrian in Malaysia which was open to the public in the year of 2005. The deck is constructed at a height of 660 metres or 2,170 feet above sea level.
  7. How much did the Langkawi Sky Bridge cost?

    The kids can visit the bridge by paying a nominal amount of RM 4.00 whereas the adults have to pay RM 6.00. However, it did cost around 1.2 million dollars to establish the bridge which took 12 months to get into the phenomenal shape it is in right now.

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