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  • Delectable delicacies, aromatic food and authentic drinks make up for a wonderful time to be spent at Langkawi restaurants. Right place serving traditional Malay cuisines to a variety of other world cuisines, the tourists can simply enjoy the best of the food at Langkawi coupled with exotic views spread across. The tourists can feed their taste buds with delectable dishes from Malay cuisine as well as other world dishes offering distinctive taste.

     Offering exceptional dining experience, this restaurant is positioned on a cliff towards the end point of Pantai Cenang. Considered as an iconic restaurant, it is an open air indoor dining area with exquisitely designed modern furnishings.

    An award winning restaurant in Datai Langkawi, it stands to be an ideal place for the authentic Thai food lovers. Perching high in the rainforest canopy, its flickering light of candles add to the mesmerizing beauty.

    Here are The Best Langkawi Restaurants:

  • 01The Cliff Restaurant & Bar

    Be it the exceptional dining experience or the exquisite views of the Andaman Sea, The Cliff Restaurant & Bar is definitely a winner.

    ocation: The Cliff Restaurant & Bar is set atop a cliff towards the end of the Pantai Cenang. The address for the restaurant is 63 & 40, Jalan Pantai Cenang, Langkawi.

    The iconic restaurant has an open-air indoor dining area supported with modern furnishings. The ambience is delightful and the décor is classy. Every seat has a white tablecloth and warm lighting. Menu of The Cliff Restaurant & Bar is an amalgam of the authentic Malay and western dishes that are rich in taste and flavor. Some of the key dishes here include traditional slow-cooked beef (RM54), crab cannelloni (RM37), pan-seared foie gras (RM49), and lamb rack served with perchik sauce (RM75).

    Best Time:
    The restaurant is open daily between 12:00 – 23:00.
  • 02Mangoes Bar and Grill

    Mangoes Bar and Grill is set in a small village of the Kuala Teriang. This is a humble looking establishment that brings forth an amalgam of delectable western cuisine and homemade desserts in Padang Matsirat. A number of locals, tourists as well as the Langkawi’s expat community are regular at this restaurant.

    Location: The address of Mangoes Bar and Grill is 1 Jalan Kuala Teriang, Kuala Teriang.

    Highlights: Dinners at the Mangoes Bar and Grill are treated with an array of western fare such as steaks, burgers, stews and schnitzel. Sunday menu of the restaurant consists of the classic eggs Benedict and omelettes with home-smoked pork bacon while diners with a sweet tooth will delight in the chocolate mud cake, rum mango crepes, Bailey’s cheesecake, and apple strudel.

    Best Time: The restaurant is open from Wednesday – Saturday between 17:00 – 22:00. On Sunday the restaurant is open from 11:00 – 22:00.
  • 03The Pavillion

    The Pavillion is an award winning restaurant in The Datai Langkawi. This is said to be the best place for anyone who wishes to relish the authentic Thai cuisine on the island.

    Location: The Pavillion is located in the Datai Langkawi, Jalan Teluk Datai, 07000 Langkawi.

    Highlights: The restaurant is perched high in a rainforest canopy. Dinners here are not just treated to great food and ambience but can also enjoy the classic Thai music in the background with subtle lighting, flickering light of candles on each table and the white orchids. Some of the most popular dishes to try include stir-fried beef with chilli, garlic, and Thai basil leaves (RM98), tom yam goong (RM34), and steamed snapper fish with lemongrass, chilli, and lime. A special arrangement for cooking lovers is made every Friday.

    Best Time: The restaurant is open 7 days a week between 18:30 – 23:00.
  • 04Privilege Restaurant & Bar

    Privilege Restaurant & Bar is a high end eatery in the Pantai Kok’s Telaga Harbour Park. It brings forth an exquisite view of the huge yachts docked along the 27-acre bay.

    Modern furnishings, jazz music and the elegant décor makes Privilege Restaurant & Bar exceptionally popular among the traveling couples who are fond of warm and romantic dinner. The menu at the restaurant is an amalgam of Malay as well as the Indian cuisines with a fusion twist. Some of the best dishes served here include the such as New Zealand lamb and curry potato samosas (RM29), roasted five-spice duck breast with white radish cake and seasonal greens (RM48), and Australian beef rending served with jasmine rice and peanut sauce (RM50).

    Privilege Restaurant & Bar is set at B8, First Floor, Perdana Quay, Telaga Harbour Park.

    Best Time:
    The restaurant stays open from 12:00 – 23:00 on all days of the week except Sundays.
  • 05Langkawi Fish Farm Restaurant

    Langkawi Fish Farm Restaurant is one of the oldest seafood restaurants in Langkawi. It is attractive and decorated with the fishermen lanterns hanging from the ceiling as well as the pirate ship replicas.

    Location: It is located at 1986, Jalan Pantai Penarak, Mukim Kuah, Langkawi

    Highlights: The restaurant offers complete value-for-money delicacies from the sea. You can relish these dishes with efficient service and a lively dining atmosphere. Dining section of the restaurant is very spacious. The sea deck outside the restaurant is an open-air dining space that has a stunning view of the Andaman Sea. Some of the most popular dishes at the Langkawi Fish Farm Restaurant are the Thai-style steamed fish, BBQ lobster, and chilli crab. Courtesy its popularity amongst the foreign travellers, the price in this restaurant happens to be more when compared to most seafood eateries in Kuah.

    Best Time: You can visit anyday between 13:00 - 23:00.
  • 06FatCUPID

    FatCUPID is a restaurant present at the La Pari Pari Resort. You can find a delectable mix of both local as well as the international cuisines in the Pantai Tengah. FatCUPID is an all-white restaurant that has a beautiful garden setting with a lot of plants, trees and greenery. The diners can unwind and enjoy their meals with the magnificent view of the La Pari Pari resort’s outdoor swimming pool and cottage-like rooms.

    Location: You can reach the restaurant at 2273, Kampung Tasek Anak, Jalan Pantai Tengah, Langkawi.

    Highlights: The restaurant serves a range of dishes and cuisines such as Pancakes, omelette with toast, and bacon and egg sandwiches for breakfast, chilli prawn aglio olio, beef rendang, and Nyonya delicacies such as pongteh (braised chicken in sweet bean paste) for dinner and lunch.

    Best Time: The restaurant is open between 09:00 – 22:30 from Tuesday – Sunday.
  • 07La Sal at Casa Del Mar

    La Sal at Casa Del Mar is a fine dining restaurant where you can relish the local food inspired by the Mediterranean flavours with a purely local catch. This cocktail bar consists of a beach dining, upper deck, pool bar and a patio with a majestic horizontal ocean view.

    Location: The La Sal is located within the Pantai Cenang’s Casa del Mar Resort.

    Highlights: The must try dishes of the restaurant include the tangy, spicy barbecued tandoori chicken skewers paired with buttery naan bread. This exquisite and exceptionally delicious dish is definitely very comforting and makes your visit to the restaurant totally worthwhile. The staff is efficient and assures a comfortable experience at the restaurant.

    Price: The price varies from dish to dish.

    Best Time: The restaurant is open daily between 07:00 – 00:00. Last call at the restaurant is 10:30 PM.
  • 08Maya Seafood Restaurant

    Maya Seafood Restaurant is a very well known family-owned eatery that specializes in authentic Malay and Thai cuisine. The ambience here is peaceful and the décor of the restaurant is appealing. Definitely a must visit for anyone who relishes authentic seafood.

    Location: Maya Seafood Restaurant is situated on the Langkawi’s quiet Pantai Tengah beach on the Jalan Pantai Tengah.

    Highlights: The restaurant serves some of the best dishes. Out of these some of the best dishes served here include the chicken curry, grilled snapper, seafood tom yam, and fried calamari. Staff here is very cooperative and they are more than happy to customize the dishes as per the taste and preference of the customer. Sadly, the restaurant doesn’t serve any alcohol but you are free to bring along your own wine or beer without corkage charges.

    Best Time: The restaurant is open from Wednesday to Monday between 13:00 - 19:00.
  • 09Bella Restaurant

    Bella Restaurant is an extremely popular restaurant for breakfast in the Pantai Cenang. It serves a tasty mix of Malaysian and Western-style dishes at very affordable price.

    The Bella Restaurant is set at the Jalan Pantai Cenang, Pantai Cenang in the Langkawi.

    Similar to the other local eateries in the Langkawi, Bella Restaurant is an open air restaurant. The décor inside is beautiful with the wooden and plastic furnishings as well as several ceiling fans. All dishes at the restaurant are budget friendly and in less than RM10 the diners can enjoy a number of local favourites such as nasi lemak as well as distinct styles of roti canai, homemade noodles, soups, and curries, as well as fresh juices, tea, coffee, muesli, croissants, pancakes, toast, and potato wedges.

    The prices here are budget friendly and vary depending upon the dishes you order

    Best Time:
    The restaurant is open daily between the 09:00 – 22:30 hours.
  • 10Orkid Ria Restaurant

    Orkid Ria Restaurant offers some of the best and the freshest seafood delicacies in Pantai Cenang. It is an open air eatery that is further beautified with the plenty of Chinese lanterns and hanging filament lightbulbs.

    The restaurant is located alongside the mail raid of the Jalan Pantai Cenang at the 1225, Pantai Cenang, Mukim Kedawang.

    The restaurant has a massive aquarium that stores live seafood of different types such as lobsters, mantis prawns, tiger prawns, dragon groupers, and giant crabs are set right at the entrance.

     Price: The price of the dishes here varies depending on the weight and the season of the chosen seafood. You can expect to pay somewhere between RM30 to RM200 per dish. Signature dishes of the Orkid Ria Restaurant include black pepper tiger prawns, chili crab, and cheese-baked lobsters.

    Best Time:
    The restaurant is open daily between 11:00 – 15:00 and 18:00 – 23:00.
  • 11Shin Mi Seafood Village

    Shin Mi Seafood Village serves an array of fresh seafood as well as authentic Thai and Chinese delicacies. You can get everything from the mantis shrimp and sweet, sour and spicy sea bass to steamed flower lobster and black pepper crab.

    Shin Mi Seafood Village is set within a small fisherman village in Pantai Kok. It is situated at the 70, Kampung Batu Ara, Kuala Teriang, Langkawi.

    The Shin Mi Seafood Village offers complimentary shuttle services for people who reside in the neighbouring Sheraton Langkawi Beach Resort and The Danna Langkawi. Courtesy its hidden locale, the Shin Mi Seafood Village brings forth a rather laidback ambience that is ideal for diners who wish to unwind alongside the beach after spending a day exploring at the Langkawi Island.

    Best Time:
    The restaurant is usually open 7 days a week. Visiting hours should be planned between 14:00 – 23:30 hours.
  • 12Scarborough Fish & Chips Restaurant

    Scarborough Fish & Chips Restaurant is a warm and blue-hued home-cum-restaurant. It brings forth some of the most delicious western and seafood fare in Langkawi. Staff at the restaurant is very friendly and helpful. They’ll ensure that your visit to the restaurant is pleasant.

    The Scarborough Fish & Chips Restaurant is located down a lonely stretch of road that heads down towards the Tanjung Rhu Resort as well as the Four Seasons Resort Langkawi. Set at 1388, Jalan Tanjung Rhu, Langkawi, this is definitely a must visit for visitors who wish to grab a quick biet at the Langkawi’s idyllic seaside.

    The restaurant stands true to its name and serves a range of fish and chips offerings. Some of the most delicious dishes of the restraurant are snow fish (RM27), mackerel (RM32), barracuda (RM37), red snapper (RM42), salmon (RM47) and halibut (RM49), among others.

    Opening Hours:
    The restaurant is open daily between 11:00 – 21:00.
  • 13Coco's Bistro

    Coco's Bistro has a small open air dining area that has a roof covered with al fresco. The atmosphere here is very casual and friendly. It is designed in a warm bistro style with a bar towards the end. It is a favorite for the expats that reside in the island. Most of the tables here are usually occupied by the expats. Tourists too who wish to take a break from the traditional Malay or Chinese food visit the restaurant.

    The restaurant is located at Lot 1296, Kg. Chandek Kura, Mukim Kedawang,, 07000 Langkawi.

    The view of the sunset over the Rebak island makes it a must visit. Irish Stew is the must try here. The menu us small but each dish is packed in quality. Portions served here are large and definitely sufficient enough to satiate your cravings. Other must try dishes include the Rib Eye steak, Hungarian Goulash (another meat rich stew), Barracuda Fish n' Chips, among others.

    Best Time:
    They serve only dinner from 5:30pm until 11:00pm. It is closed on Wednesdays.
  • 14The Gulai House

    The Gulai House is built in the form of a traditional village house. The restaurant has the alfresco dining sections that are beautified by the verdant rainforest that surrounds it. The organza drapes, candle-lit alcoves as well as the low tables with comfortable cushions that are placed on the hand-woven mats leave the visitors drooling.

    The Gulai House is set withing the exquisite Datai Langkawi on the Jalan Teluk Datai road.

    At The Gulai House, you can get everything from the authentic Malay dishes to the lip smacking Indian dishes. Some popular must dry dishes here are rending daging (RM80), ikan bakar berulam (RM83), and sup ketam berserai (RM45). When it comes to the dessert, don’t miss out on the Cendol Pulut (RM28) which is composed of coconut milk, shaved ice, red kidney beans, sticky rise and palm sugar. It is a traditional Malay dessert.

    Best Time:
    Open between 18:00 – 22:30 daily however the best time is between 20:00 and 21:00, when The Gulai House organizes cultural shows performed by local dancers.
  • 15The Brasserie Langkawi

    The Brasserie Langkawi is set along the Pantai Cenang beach. Airy alfresco dining section features an on-the-beach location, umbrellas, white tends, chairs and fairy lights making it popular among the couples as well as honeymooners.

    Located at the 27A, Jalan Pantai Cenang, Langkawi, this is ideal for those looking for romantic getaways.

    The Brasserie Langkawi has a humble environment and it never fails to impress the visitors with its diverse range of Mediterranean and western dishes. The casual ambience as well as the unbeatable sunset views of the Andaman Sea is something to watch out for. Staff here keeps innovating and experimenting with its Mediterranean-inspired offerings. Some of the most popular dishes of the restaurant include the pumpkin ravioli, Australian beef steak, Greek salad, lamb shank, and sea bass fillet.

    The price varies from dish to dish.

    Best Time:
     The restaurant is open daily between 12:00 - 24:00.



Tanjung Rhu beach

One of the beautiful island beaches in Langkawi, Tanjung Rhu is known for its crystal clear water and white sands. This is a delight for tourists who love to come here for a vacation with their friends and families.

Highlights – Wildlife lovers are in for a treat as this beach can be accessed only after passing through dense forests. The flora and fauna at this place are simply exotic and rare, giving you lots of busy moments with your camera. This beach is completely secluded; therefore it offers tourists a great deal of privacy. Limestone cliffs are found in most of the places in the borders of this island. Due to its unexplored character, this beach has pollution-free air and waters, a rarity in a hot island destination like Malaysia. Do not miss boat cruises to explore the mangrove forests here.

Location – Next to Patai Pasir Hitam, Langkawi.

Timings – Can be visited any time during the year.

Price – No permit fee to enter this beach.

Black Sand Beach

Black Sand Beach is also known as the Pantai Pasir Hitam. In Malay, Pantai stands for beach, Pasir means the sand and Hitam stands for black, hence the name. There are several stories explaining the blackness of the sand. Swimming or sunbathing is not recommended here.

Highlights: The beach has small stalls and shops that are run by the local women. These women sell the local dress materials, clothes and accessories. Ideal for fishing, the beach was popular as a fishing village.

Location: Located on the Jalan Teluk Yu road the Black Sand Beach is present on the northern shoreline of Langkawi. About 20kms from Kuah Town it is situated in close proximity to the Shark Bay Beach.

Price: Entry is free

Best Time: Open 24 hours, Black Sand Beach can be visited at any hour of the day. Take note that the stalls and the shops here usually close by sunset.


Gunung Lang Recreational Park

Gunung Lang Recreational Park is set amidst the breathtaking view of the limestone hills of Gunung Lang and Gunung Bilike. It is one of the most scenic spots in Ipoh. The park covers a long area of 30.35 hectares, almost half of which consists of lake. To reach the park you have to take a short boat-ride through the lake, amidst the natural beauty. The park consists of well manicured gardens, a tower which provides the landscape view of the park, gazebos, mini-zoo, campsites and children play grounds.

One of the main attractions of the Park is the artificial waterfall on top of a limestone hill.

Location: The Park is located only 5 KM away from Ipoh town and 3.6 KM from the Ipoh railway station.

Timing: 08:00 am - 06:30 pm

Price: Boat ride fee is RM 3 for adults and RM 1.5 for children and senior citizens.


Telaga Tujuh Waterfalls

One of the most beautiful natural formations of Langkawi, Telaga Tujuh is an awe inspiring view to observe. According to the island’s myth, the waterfall had captivated the hearts of fairies and hence they transformed it their bathing place. Therefore, it is believed that the waterfall and its springs have several healing powers and medicinal value. You can either hike up to the Gunung Mat Cinang or use a cable car to reach the place.

Highlights: The water fall also has 7 absolutely gorgeous pools and hence the name Seven Wells Waterfalls is derived from this. There are few food jaunts for refreshments, namely ‘The loaf’, ‘Eagle Fruit juice and Snacks’ and ‘Dropstone café’. The waterfall is surrounded by frondescence of sintuk and local lime plants.

Location: Gunung Mat Cinang

Hours taken: 3 – 5 hours including transportation. (5 hours if you decide to take a dip)

Dataran Lang (Eagle Square)

Dataran Lang that is also popular as the Eagle Square is one of the most known manmade attraction in Langkawi. It is a huge sculpture of an eagle poised to take flight. It is said to be the ideal place for those postcard-perfect holiday photos courtesy its fancy miniature fountains, terraces and bridges.

Dataran Lang is located besides the welcoming views of Kuah Bay in the southeast corner of Pulau Langkawi.

Highlights: The sight of Eagle Square greets the visitors to the island by way of a ferry ride. It is a massive 12 meter tall statue situated on the most recognizable monument of the island. Certainly the best place to view the ferries ply across the harbor.

Best Time: Eagle Square is open 24 hours however the best time to visit the place is certainly early in the morning or late in the evening when sun is at its best.


Batu Hampar Beach

Batu Hampar Beach is a public beach that is filled with rock formations at both the ends. You can find many trees, mangroves and coconut trees here.

Highlights: Batu Hampar Beach does not have any public facilities like shower or toilets however, since it is exclusively used by the Sheraton hotel guests, they enjoy the access to the hotel amenities including beach chairs, towels, umbrellas and even washrooms located adjacent to the beach. Chairs and umbrellas are also found here.

Location: Situated in the Pantai Kok area in a place known as the Teluk Nibong. Batu Hampar Beach on the western coastline of Langkawi, lies in front of the hotel Sherataon Langkawi Beach Resort.

Price: There is no entry fee to go to this beach.

Best Time: Batu Hampar Beach is a public beach hence you’ll find it open 24 hours of the day.


Underwater World Langkawi

Langkawi’s underwater world is one of the beautiful aquariums in the whole of Asia and is the largest marine freshwater aquaria in South East Asia. It was incorporated in the year 1995 and since then, it has been growing popularity. Today, it is not only referred to as a marine world entertainment, but rather, people come here as a form of education and knowledge tour.

Highlights: There are 10 free attractions included in the aquarium for the tourists namely: The tropical forest, Freshwater, Marine life, Temperate, African penguins and more. You can also feed African Penguins, Rockopper Penguins, Furseals and Tunnel Tank in the Aquarium. The best way to get connected with nature, understand the underwater life and realize their importance in the eco system - That’s all about Langkawi Underwater World.

Location: Zon Pantai Cenang, Langkawi

Price: Starts from $10

Best Season: Throughout the year

Timings: 10 am to 6pm

Pantai Tengah Beach

The Pantai Tengah Beach is the longest stretch of the beach in the Langkawi. Popular amoungst the young families, the beach has a few basic chalets as well as a few big all-inclusive resorts.

Location: Pantai Tengah Beach is located just near the southern road bend of Pantai Cenang. It is believed to be the continuation of the much popular Pantai Cenang.

Highlights: If the truth be told, there is not much of sightseeing here but that of course is a case with most of the islands here in Langkawi. Despite that, it is a great place to unwind and relax. Spas are in abundance here and you can actually find a tour operator who’ll guide you across the island. Shopping outlets may be sparse but the nightlife scene is something that speaks of the vibrancy of the place.

Best Time: Open daily but definitely a must visit during the night hours.


Gunung Jerai

Though there are many mountains in Malaysia, Gunung Jerai stands out purely because of its mystical and mythological charm even today. Located at a height of 3854feet, this peak is also known as Kedah’s Peak.

Highlights – At the base of the mountain, there are traces of ancient (century-old) Buddhist and Hindu temples, reverberating a sense of divinity that cannot be explained in words.

Facts – The trekking trails of this mountain are quite dangerous. There have been various cases of missing people reported in the past. Merbok to Yan trail is the most used route by people coming here. The complete trip may take anywhere between 9 and 10 hours for experienced hikers.

Timings – Any time during the year.

Fee – No need to get any permit.


Natural Salt Water Jacuzzi, Air Hangat Village

Ayer Hanghat Village is a multifaceted set in the north of Kuah Town. But what makes it world famous is its three tier natural salt water hot spring wells (one of the three in the world). In the past, it was just a hot salt water spring for the tourists; now the management has actually converted it into a recreational center, with Jacuzzis, fountains and small ponds filled with pumped natural spring water. There is nothing more enriching than embracing the raw nature; hence this place is must for all tourists.

Highlights: Submerge yourself in a beautiful experience; relax and rejuvenate your mind and body in Air Hangat Village. The place also entertains the tourists with cultural shows, gift and souvenir shops, Malaysian dance and Batik painting.

Location: Jalan Air Hanghat

Price: Free Best Season: All year long

Timings: 9 am to 6 pm (last entry 5 pm)

Taman Lagenda Langkawi

Taman Lagenda Langkawi is an artistically beautiful landscaped folklore-themed park. Commenced in 1996, this open-air ‘garden museum’ has the Kuah waterfront as well as several colourful statues. Spread all across the park, these statues have signboards in English that presents the details of myths that are associated with every specific sculpture.

Highlights: Taman Lagenda Langkawi is a 50-hectare compound with a total of about 17 colourful sculptures that bring forth legends including legends of heroic giants, mythical birds, evil ogres and beautiful princesses. It also has four manmade lakes and a narrow strip of beach with walking trails for the joggers.

Location: Taman Lagenda Langkawi is situated besides the Kuah jetty and is about 400m from the jetty. It is located within the walking distance of several of the island’s duty-free stores in Kuah. Here you can get chocolates and alcohol at good bargains.

Price Range: Free

Best Time: Daily, 9am to 7pm


Ayer Hangat Friday Night Market

Ayer Hangat Friday Night Market is a night market organized in the Ayer Hangat every Friday night. The market usually starts in the afternoon or early evening and is extremely local. This market has a little bit of everything. So, if you wish to browse the local side of Langkawi over the touristy side, this is the place to go.

Highlights: Food is the highlight of the place since it is exceptionally delicious. Nasi Kerabu is one of the most popular dishes here.

Location: Ayer Hangat Friday Night Market is located in close proximity to the Tanjung Rhu Beach, on Jalan Tanjung Rhu.

Food prices: Food is budget friendly and the street food prices prevail. The nasi kerabu will cost you about 5 MYR ($1.37)

Best Time: The market starts at about 5 pm on Friday and goes on till late in the night.


Pantai Kok Beach

Pantai Kok Beach is a home to some of the most high end and upscale resorts such as the Sheraton and Tanjung Sanctuary. Beautiful with clear waters and clean sands it is definitely a great tourist attraction. It is peaceful and calm, making it a popular spot for young couples.

Highlights: Lined with an exquisite modern marina it is further surrounded by verdant jungle and the front of it is a beautiful bay surrounded by limestone hills. It is a home to a string of shops, restaurants and bars. Besides this, there is a post office, petrol station and a bank for your easy access. Besides this, there are several other recreational attractions such as the cable-car ride to the peak of Mat Cincang Mountain and the Telaga Tujuh Waterfalls.

Location: Situated on the western part of the island it is about 12km north of Pantai Cenang.

Best Time: Those who enjoy quieter holiday destination, this is the place to be. Open Daily.


Cenang Beach

Turquoise blue waters, white sandy beaches and a host of local and international tourists, Cenang Beach in the scenic Langkawi Island, is one of the busy beaches in Malaysia. There are lots of resorts here in various ranges to suit the travellers.

Highlights – This is one of the upmarket beaches in Malaysia as you will find tourists from Asia and abroad in large numbers, especially during weekends and school holidays. Apt for water sports activities like swimming, parasailing, jet skiing, para-motoring, banana rides etc. To cater to the tourists, many foods stalls are put up all over the shores. While swimming, watch out for jellyfishes.

 Location - Langkawi.

Timings – Beach can be visited all through the year.

Price – depends on the activity of your choice.

Gunung Belumut

At a height of 1010m, Gunung Belumut or Mount Belumut is one of the famous hiking destinations in Malaysia. Strategically located at just few hours from Singapore, many tourists come here as part of day-picnic tours to enjoy the flora and beauty of this summit.

Highlights – The trekking trails are mostly sloping; hence people with ample mountain hiking experience should take up hiking here. Though it is not one of those easy trails, it is definitely far easier than Cameron Highlands.

Facts – It takes around 5 hours to go up and 3 hours to come down this trip. Permits need to be obtained from Jabatan Hutan Kluang in advance for this. There are lots of places where one can sit and relax.

Timings – December – January is the best, as the climate is cold, but pleasant.

Fee – Permit costs RM150 per group, however big or small the group is; Hiking guide costs around RM140 for a group of 25 people maximum.


Gunung Lambak

If you love to go on a hiking experience, but don’t have enough time on your hands, all you have to do is to visit Gunung Lambak, situated in Kluang Town, Johar. This hill is just 510m in height, but provides you a fit & healthy ambience.

Highlights – This hill doesn’t look like a perfect hiking spot; it looks more like a picnic spot with people coming in huge crowds especially during the weekends. Kids play merrily in the playgrounds located at the base of this hill, while adults enjoy peaceful banter amidst the sounds of various local food stalls set up here.

Facts – It takes just around one hour to get to the peak of this hill. The place is located easily from Singapore within 2 hours.

Timings – Period between November and March is the best.

Fee – No admission charges and no permits are required to get to its peak.

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