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Langkawi Packages

Duration Price
Malaysian Highlights With Langkawi5 days & 4 nights
INR 19,800
Best Of Malaysia with Langkawi Island Hopping Tour6 days & 5 nights
INR 25,200
Malaysian Delights | Islands & Heritage7 days & 6 nights
INR 33,700
Singapore & Malaysia | City Lights to Beach Bliss7 days & 6 nights
INR 50,000

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Embark on an extraordinary journey through Langkawi's marvels with specially curated Malaysia tour packages by Thrillophilia. As the Jewel of Kedah State, this Malaysian archipelago attracts travellers with its mystical legends and captivating landscapes. Discover the best of Langkawi's enchantments with the Langkawi Tour Packages carefully put together by Thrillophilia by your tastes and preferences at the most affordable prices. 

Langkawi's pristine beaches like Pantai Kok and Pantai Tengah offer serene sunbathing spots and cultural treasures, complemented by vibrant night markets showcasing local crafts and cuisine at Ulu Melaka, Kedawang, and Temoyong. If you are an adventure seeker, relish diving at Pulau Payar Marine Park and snorkelling at Tanjung Rhu and Pantai Cenang Beach. Unveil the island's highlights, including the iconic Sky Bridge and the mesmerizing Telaga Tujuh waterfalls. Thrilling trekking opportunities abound at Gunung Raya and Skytrail Jungle, while attractions like Eagle Square and Langkawi Wildlife Park beckon with unique charms. Choose the best Langkawi packages crafted by Thrillophilia to elevate your experience, and make your Langkawi escapade a memorable one.

These Langkawi holiday packages cater to diverse interests from historical sites like Galeria Perdana Museum to family-friendly spots like Taman Legenda Theme Park. Thrillophilia ensures a seamless trip, offering varied Langkawi tour packages from India tailored for tourists, families, backpackers, and solo adventurers, promising an unforgettable island odyssey.

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Visa Requirements:

Indian passport holders can explore Malaysia for up to 30 days without a visa. However, a return or onward ticket within this period is mandatory, along with a minimum of INR 4,200 per planned day and confirmed hotel reservations with full payment. Upon arrival, specific documents are required for border clearance, including an eVisa (until December 31, 2023), return flight reservation, boarding pass, proof of funds, detailed travel itinerary, and a valid passport with a minimum six-month validity. These relaxed entry protocols for Indian nationals visiting Malaysia will be effective until December 31, 2024. The visa fees vary for different types, approximately INR 3,699 for the 30-Day Tourist Malaysia eVISA and around INR 7,099 for the 30-day Multiple Entry Sticker Visa. Initiating the eVISA application from India is necessary, accessible through, offering detailed instructions and terms for the application process.

Best Time For Langkawi Tour: 

1) Peak Season (November to March): Langkawi enjoys dry weather during this time of the year, creating the perfect conditions for diverse activities. This period marks the peak of sunshine in Peninsular Malaysia, characterized by relatively cool and pleasant weather. Temperatures remain consistently moderate, ranging between 25 to 34 degrees Celsius during this time. It offers ample opportunity to explore the island and indulge in its myriad attractions and delights.

2) Shoulder Season (July to November): The shoulder season witnesses a decrease in post-monsoon showers. Summer in Langkawi represents the shoulder season, neither distinctly dry nor exceptionally wet. Expect frequent afternoon rainfalls and slightly higher temperatures coupled with humidity. However, this period offers vibrant experiences like the water festival and the Tour de Langkawi. Water sporting events remain accessible, provided the rainfall is limited. Dive into underwater sports or engage in exhilarating activities like jet skiing for an adrenaline-packed getaway.

3) Waning Season (March to June): The low season sets in with the monsoon's arrival. Accommodations become more available, while heavy rains transform landscapes into lush green havens. During this off-season, accommodations, sightseeing venues, and airlines often slash their rates to attract visitors. As a result, you can explore Langkawi on a considerably reasonable budget, taking advantage of reduced prices across various tourism-related services and amenities.

How to Reach Langkawi:

The best option for traveling from India to Langkawi is by flight, with convenient departures from major Indian cities such as Delhi, Mumbai, Kolkata, Chennai, and Bangalore. Flights connect to Kuala Lumpur International Airport in Malaysia, from where travelers can easily transit to Langkawi International Airport. The average flight time for this route ranges from 10 to 15 hours, depending on the specific departure city. Several reputable airlines operate on this route, including Air Asia, IndiGo, Air India, and Sri Lankan Airlines, offering travelers a range of options for a seamless journey to the stunning archipelago of Langkawi.

Places to Visit on Langkawi Trip:

Here are some of the best places to visit in Langkawi:

1. Dataran Lang

As per the Langkawi Tour Packages, you'll be taken to Dataran Lang, one of the most famous man-made attractions in Langkawi. It is a twelve-meter-tall sculpture of an eagle ready to take flight in the vast sky. The square is a photo spot in Langkawi, bordered by picturesque bridges, ponds, and fountains. This commanding statue is inspired by the namesake sea eagle of Langkawi, and it is one of the first sights that greet visitors arriving via cruise ship or ferry. Visit this iconic destination at sunrise to capture a beautiful shot of the statue set against the towering mountains and turquoise waters.

Location: Kuah, 07000 Langkawi, Kedah, Malaysia, Langkawi Island

2. Langkawi Sky Bridge

Langkawi Sky Bridge is a remarkable feat of engineering and a majestically designed pedestrian bridge set over six hundred and sixty meters above sea level. This suspended bridge swings out over Gunung Machinchang, Langkawi's second-highest mountain. The bridge's main highlight is the single eighty-two-meter-high pylon from which the bridge curves out beautifully around the mountain, a hundred meters above the ground. It is accessible by the Langkawi Cable Car that offers breathtaking views of rain forests, mountains, beautiful valleys, and the Andaman sea.

Location: Jalan Telaga Tujuh Teluk Burau, Langkawi, Langkawi Island, Malaysia

3. Gunung Raya

Gunung Raya is the highest mountain in Langkawi that you'll get to visit by booking the Langkawi Tour Packages. Its dense forest reserve is home to numerous wildlife such as leaf monkeys, macaque monkeys, flying foxes, and squirrels. Gunung Raya largely consists of 220-200-million-years-old granite and is flanked by two smaller mountains, Bukit Sawar and Gunung Machinchang. You can access the summit of the mountain via road or by climbing steep steps called Thousand Memories Eagle Stairs.

Location: Jalan Ulu Melaka, 07000, Kedah

4. Underwater World

Discover the secrets of the marine world by visiting Underwater world, one of the largest freshwater and marine aquaria in South East Asia. It is home to more than two hundred different species of aquatic animals like giant rays, sharks, and many other animals. The Sub-Antarctic section is the main attraction of this aquarium, and you can see here the Rockhopper Penguins known for their frisky behavior.

Location: Pantai Cenang, Mukim Kedawang, 07000 Langkawi, Kedah, Malaysia

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5. Paradise 3D Museum

This is an interactive museum that showcases the spectacular artistic creations of leading illustrators in 3D conceptual artwork. The museum has been divided into nine interactive zones: aquatic, safari, optical illusion, fantasy, classic, landscapes, Egyptian, castles, and Malaysian zones. The paintings have been presented in three-dimensional forms, and most of them seem to spill out from their canvases, offering a unique way for visitors to photograph, blend and interact with the artworks. It is hailed as the largest 3D museum in Malaysia, featuring more than two hundred artworks that appear almost lifelike.

Location: Jalan Telaga Tujuh, 07100 Langkawi, Kedah, Malaysia

6. Taman Lagenda

By booking the Langkawi Trip Packages, you'll get to visit Taman Lagenda; a beautiful parkland spread over twenty hectares of area. It is themed on myths and folklore from the historical era to the modern times of Langkawi. The fifty-hectare compound consists of seventeen colorful sculptures, including evil ogres, mythical birds, and beautiful princesses. The Lagenda Park is dotted with shrubs, flowers, and fruit trees surrounding the garden ponds. This park is also adorned by various statues that portray different legends, which are written on signboards.

Location: Kuah Jetty, 07000 Kuah, Malaysia

7. Telaga Tujuh Waterfalls

Located next to the oriental village near Mount Machinchang in Langkawi, Telaga Tujuh Waterfalls exemplify the power and beauty of nature. They're referred to as Seven Wells Waterfalls, and they're the most scenic natural attraction you'll get to visit by booking the Langkawi Trip Packages. The name signifies seven intertwined natural pools which are fed by seven beautiful waterfalls in Mount Mat Cincang. This waterfall is adorned with abundant flora, which includes Sintuk and unique lime plants.

Location: Gunung Mat Cincang in Kuah, Langkawi

8. Al Hana Mosque

If you're seeking spiritual enlightenment during Langkawi Tours, you must visit Al Hana Mosque. It is the most popular and largest mosque in Langkawi, inaugurated by Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra Al-Haj, the country's first prime minister. The mosque features the designs and architecture of Uzbekistan with Malay influences throughout its structure. Topped with an onion-shaped golden dome, this mosque is a majestic edifice rising above the trees of CHOGM Park. There is a gilded main dome and several smaller domes that surround it.

Location: Persiaran Putra, Kuah, 07000, Kedah

Things to do in Langkawi Trip:

Here are some of the best things to do in Langkawi:

1. Langkawi Cable Car: One of the most important activities you'll enjoy by booking the Langkawi Trip Packages is the Langkawi Cable Car ride. The Langkawi cable car ride is the steepest in the world, and it will take you up to about seven hundred and eight meters above sea level. While riding the cable car, you will be rewarded with beautiful sights of the island, including its beautiful beaches, blue ocean, and verdant rainforests. This thrilling journey covers about two kilometers linking the Base Station at the Machinchang mountain to the SkyBridge and Top Station at the mountain summit.

Location: Telaga Harbour Park, 07000 Langkawi, Kedah, Malaysia, Langkawi Island

2. Go on The Skytrex Adventure: Challenge your agility and your inner daredevil spirit during the Langkawi Tours by going on the Skytrex Adventure. Skytrex Adventure provides a 'tree to tree' thrilling sky trekking experience and a chance to swing, glide, dangle and fly on the aerial obstacles beautifully suspended above the Malaysian Rainforest. This adventure theme-based park has various circuits, namely Intermediate, Advanced, and Beginner, to suit everyone. It allows the visitors to learn about the rainforest and creates awareness about the fragile ecosystem. So book the Langkawi Tour Packages and get ready to enjoy the thrilling and adrenaline-pumping activities at Skytrex Adventure Langkawi.

Location: Jalan Liku 8/1, Seksyen 8, 40000 Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia.

3. See Wildlife at Langkawi Wildlife Park & Bird Paradise: If you're planning an epic wildlife holiday, you must visit Langkawi Wildlife Park & Bird Paradise. It is an animal sanctuary near Jalan Ayer Hangat with over two thousand five hundred exotic birds from one hundred and fifty species such as owls, eagles, canaries, toucans, flamingos, and hornbills. Other sections of the park include a walk by the orchid garden full of vibrant and white orchids, a Mammals section where you can witness different types of animals like raccoons, rabbits, guinea pigs, etc.

Location: 1485, Jalan Ayer Hangat, Kampung Belanga Pecah, Langkawi

4. Explore Pulau Payar Marine Park: If you're a diving and snorkeling enthusiast keen on enjoying the underwater action, you must explore Pulau Payar Marine Park. It is the only place near the western coast of peninsular Malaysia with marine life and exotic coral reefs similar to that of the Indian ocean. Some of the marine species that you can see here include clownfish, moray eels, black-tipped reef sharks, two-meter-long groupers, and other exotic marine species.

Location: Jetty Point Complex, Kedah

5. See Art at Langkawi Arts in Paradise 3D Museum: Book the Langkawi Tour Packages and get a chance to see magnificent art pieces at Langkawi Arts in Paradise 3D Museum. It is the second-largest 3D museum in the world and the largest in Malaysia. The museum features more than two hundred impressive artworks that appear lifelike when photographed. It is divided into several zones, including the Optical Zone that tricks your eyes to see images differently, the Aquarium zone dotted with marine life images, and the Classic zone with replicas of artwork from renowned artists.

Location: Oriental Village, Burau Bay, Langkawi

6. Visit Taman Lagenda Langkawi: By booking the Langkawi Trip Packages, you'll get a chance to visit Taman Lagenda Langkawi, a well-maintained and scenically landscaped folklore theme park. It was opened in 1996 and is situated right next to the Kuah Jetty and opposite the Kuah waterfront. The parklands are renowned for the seventeen colorful, larger-than-life sculptures that depict folklore stories and local legends.

Location: Kuah Jetty, 07000 Kuah, Malaysia

7. Gaze Beauty of Telaga Tujuh Waterfalls: Experience the divine beauty and power of nature by gazing at Telaga Tujuh Waterfalls, the island's most wonderful natural attraction. By booking the Langkawi Trip Packages, you'll get a chance to visit this impressive waterfall that refers to a series of seven interconnected natural pools fed by separate waterfalls in Mount Mat Cincang. Adventure enthusiasts can climb to the top of the waterfalls, a journey that will take approximately forty-five minutes. You'll spot macaques, hornbills, and a giant squirrel along the way to this waterfall.

Location: Gunung Mat Cincang in Kuah, Langkawi

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Langkawi Tour faqs

How many days are enough in Langkawi?

Three days are enough in Langkawi holiday package for visiting various places of tourist attraction as well as indulging in numerous adrenaline rushing activities. Langkawi happens to be a small island that is home to some pristine beaches as well as majestic waterfalls.

You will surely be able to make the most of the place in three days on a Langkawi tour package. However, if you wish to explore the nearby places and incredible surroundings islands then you can extend the holiday vacation a bit.

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How do I plan a trip to Langkawi?

To plan a trip to Langkawi, start by setting your travel dates based on preferred weather conditions and seasonal attractions. Look for accommodation options aligning with your budget and preferences. Explore available flights or ferry options for transport. Craft an itinerary encompassing must-visit spots like Sky Bridge, beaches, and nature reserves. Consider the best Langkawi holiday packages from Thrillophilia that offer varied activities as well as take care of all the necessary details. Ensure necessary documents like visas and travel insurance are for a smooth journey.

How many days are enough in Langkawi?

If you stay on the main island for a week you will get ample time to explore a different beach each day, yet numerous beaches remain unexplored. However, if solely focusing on Langkawi's beachscape is not the priority, 2 to 3 days suffice to cover the island's primary attractions and key points of interest. This condensed timeframe enables a comprehensive experience of Langkawi's highlights without exclusively dedicating time to its beaches.

How far is Langkawi from Kuala Lumpur?

The distance between Langkawi and Kuala Lumpur is around 414 km. You can travel from Kuala Lumpur or various Malaysian stations to Alor Setar or Arau via train provides access to Langkawi. Upon arrival, a taxi or Grab ride to the corresponding jetties (Kuala Kedah or Kuala Perlis) facilitates the ferry journey to Langkawi. This mode of travel not only ensures comfort but also aligns with eco-friendly travel choices, offering a convenient route to reach the island.

Is Langkawi a party Island?

Langkawi offers a blend of vibrant nightlife spots like Pantai Cenang, that boasts a vibrant stretch adorned with bustling bars, enticing restaurants, and lively nightclubs, yet it is not solely a party island. While certain areas cater to nightlife enthusiasts, the island predominantly attracts visitors seeking diverse experiences encompassing nature, beaches, cultural exploration, and adventure. Langkawi offers a well-rounded vacation, catering to both partygoers and those seeking a more tranquil getaway.

Do you need a visa for Langkawi?

Indian passport holders can visit Malaysia visa-free for up to 30 days. However, certain requirements apply, including a mandatory return or onward ticket within 30 days, a minimum of INR 4,200 per planned day, and confirmed hotel reservations. Upon arrival, specific documents such as an eVisa, return flight reservation, boarding pass, proof of funds, detailed travel itinerary, and a valid passport with at least six months validity are essential for border clearance.

Can I travel to Langkawi without a passport?

No, Indian citizens cannot travel to Langkawi or anywhere in Malaysia without a valid passport. A passport is a mandatory travel document required for entry into Malaysia, including Langkawi, for visitors from other countries. Also, depending on your nationality, you might need to obtain a visa or fulfil specific entry requirements to visit Langkawi or any part of Malaysia. Always ensure you have a valid passport and fulfil the necessary visa requirements before planning your trip to Langkawi.

Is 3 days enough in Langkawi?

Three days in Langkawi can offer a glimpse of its main attractions, but it might feel a bit rushed if you aim to explore the island comprehensively. Within three days, you can visit iconic spots like the Sky Bridge, Pantai Cenang, and Eagle Square, and enjoy some beach time. However, for a more relaxed exploration, especially if you wish to discover hidden gems, indulge in water sports, or explore further afield, extending your stay to 4 or 5 days might be more satisfying. Select a Langkawi travel package based on your tastes, preferences, and time for the best experiences.

How much will a 7-day trip to Langkawi cost?

In Langkawi, your major expenses will likely cover lodging, vehicle rental, and meals. Opting for budget-friendly guesthouses, compact car rentals, and modest dining, you can manage well with an estimated starting budget of approximately INR 3,500 to INR 4,500 per day. A 7-day Langkawi trip may cost anything between INR 25,000 to INR 50,000 per person based on your preferences. Choose a cheap Langkawi tour package from the Thrillophilia bouquet to have an amazing vacation in this wonderland without breaking the bank.

What is the cost of a Langkawi visa from India?

Usually, Indian citizens planning short trips to Langkawi or any part of Malaysia do not need a separate visa for Langkawi itself. Malaysia extends visa-free entry to Indian passport holders for stays of up to 30 days. However, for regular visits to Malaysia, the visa fees for Indian citizens are approximately INR 3,699 for the 30-day Tourist Malaysia eVISA and around INR 7,099 for the 30-day Multiple Entry Sticker Visa.

Can I use Indian debit cards in Langkawi?

Yes, Indian debit cards that are part of major international networks like Visa or Mastercard are generally accepted in Langkawi and throughout Malaysia. While major card providers are widely accepted in Langkawi, having some cash on hand is a smart backup plan in case of any unforeseen circumstances, especially for smaller vendors, local markets, or establishments that might prefer cash payments. It is a good practice to have a mix of payment options to ensure a smooth experience during your travels.

How to plan a 4-day Langkawi tour package?

If you have just 4 days, go for the best Langkawi tour packages from India curated by Thrillophilia for a fulfilling experience. Crafting a 4-day Langkawi tour begins with prioritizing key attractions and experiences. Day 1 often involves settling in at accommodations and unwinding at Pantai Cenang. Day 2 entails exploring iconic landmarks like the Cable Car, Sky Bridge, and nearby attractions. Day 3 allows indulgence in water activities at select beaches and exploring local landmarks. The final day might include cultural visits before departure, ensuring a well-rounded Langkawi adventure.

What is the best public transport to commute around Langkawi?

In Langkawi taxis are among the most convenient modes of transport, offering flexibility and the option to hire them for the day to explore multiple places. Despite potential higher fares, taxi services do not usually require deposits and offer the convenience of chauffeured transport around the island, allowing you to navigate various attractions without worrying about driving or parking.

What should you pack for a trip to Langkawi?

Packing lightweight and comfortable clothing like shorts, tank tops, T-shirts, sundresses, and flip-flops is ideal for a Langkawi trip. Apart from this, sunscreen lotion, a cap, or a wide-brimmed hat are essential to shield yourself from the island's sun. These items ensure a comfortable and enjoyable experience while exploring Langkawi's beautiful beaches and attractions.

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