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Hotels in Langkawi

Hotels in Langkawi

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Currency & Cost

The currency used in Langkawi is the Malaysian ringgit.

£10 = 5 cappuccinos or 4 meals.

Languages

The most commonly spoken language is Malay.

Local Time

8 hours ahead of UK Time

Frequently Asked Questions

If you want sunny, dry days, visit Langkawi during the high season between January and March. You’ll enjoy no rain and average daytime temperatures in the mid-30s, although resorts will be busy.The mid-season, between April and August, is also popular as rainstorms are generally short lived and the islands are much quieter, meaning you can enjoy empty beaches to your heart’s content.Even during Malaysia’s low season, temperatures hover around 27 degrees and rains tend to arrive during the evening, making it a good time to go for bargain-hunters who’ve packed some waterproofs.
Hotels in Kuah are the best choice if you want to take advantage of the island’s duty-free status, as you’ll be close to shopping centres like Langkawi Parade on Jalan Padang Matsirat. Head south to Eagle Square to see the Dataran Lang statue or stroll through Legenda Park next door, where you’ll find plenty of picture-perfect spots. Kids will love Langkawi Water Kingdom while groups should check out the Buddhist temple Wat Wanaram.To the north, hotels in Tanjung Rhu are ideal for a luxurious romantic break. Head out on the UNESCO Mangrove Cruise to see the area’s lush jungles from the water, or spend the day relaxing on the soft, white sands. Drive down to the village of Ayer Hangat (11 minutes’ drive south) to relax in the natural hot-water springs.Hotels in Kampung Kok will put you close to Langkawi’s wild jungles. Stay near Pantai Kok for a relaxing couple’s break on an idyllic beach or opt for a hotel near Telaga Harbour Marina if you’re interested in daytrips to Langkawi’s other islands. Journey up to Seven Wells Waterfall, 25 minutes’ walk from Pantai Kok beach, where you’ll find picturesque natural falls on the edge of the jungle.Hotels in Pantai Cenang are ideal for groups and families, as you’ll be close to Langkawi’s best nightlife and attractions. Families should visit Underwater World, Malaysia’s largest aquarium or try out the banana boats and jet skis at Cenang Beach. Groups will enjoy a huge range of bars and restaurants in which to party the night away.

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