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Array of tropical islands filled with natural beauty and geological heritage.
In an archipelago of 99 tropical islands, just off the coast of Kedah, Langkawi Island is shrouded in age-old myths and legends and is filled with natural beauty. A diverse and astounding geological heritage that dates back 500 million years earned Langkawi its Global Geopark status in 2007. It’s also known as a popular duty-free destination.
Join a guided trek through ancient rainforest or enjoy a leisurely mangrove cruise
A diver's paradise with a well-preserved, uninhabited marine park that extends over a number of islands
We currently feature 6 luxury hotels and villas in Langkawi
Langkawi, Langkawi, Malaysia
Fringed by lush rainforests and lapped by the clear-blue Andaman Sea, the Malaysian island of Langkawi has a new addition to its landscape: The Ritz-Carlton, Langkawi
13 night stay
From £2,359 per person
Four Seasons Resort Langkawi combines artful design and all-pervading serenity with a wholesome connection with nature.
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The ideal escape to white sandy shores
In the heart of the rainforest between the mountains and the deep blue sea, The Datai Langkawi, creates the feeling of being in a secret faraway world.
Set against Langkawi’s majestic rainforest on a private lagoon, The St. Regis Langkawi promises unsurpassed recreation and relaxation.
Nestled in over a hundred acres of tropical forest and gardens, and by a private beach with majestic views over the Andaman Sea.
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Beyond the beautiful beaches on the Malacca Straits, there's excursions and activities to suit every taste.
Pulau Payar lies just 30km southeast of Langkawi. From here, it’s a 1 hour boat ride out to the best marine park on Malaysia's west coast, making it an ideal day trip.
Enjoy a bird's eye view of the jungle and waterfalls from the Langkawi Cable Car that climbs up to the island's second highest peak at 709 metres above sea level. On a clear day, Thailand in the north and Indonesia towards the south west can both be seen.
Take a Kilim River Cruise through a mix of green mangrove forests, empty white beaches and blue lagoons. Along the calm winding rivers, the park's marine ecosystem will reveal wonderful flora and fauna.
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