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A tropical paradise with a mix of natural wonders and man-made attractions
Direct flights from KL to Langkawi
Set off on your relaxing island getaway with direct flights to Langkawi from Malaysia's own capital city. Enjoy award-winning Malaysian Hospitality and the highest standards in health and safety on our KUL to LGK flights, that will compliment your journey with the flexibility and comfort you deserve.
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Explore breath-taking Langkawi with flights from Kuala Lumpur
This legendary archipelago of Langkawi is a UNESCO Global Geopark located on the Andaman seas bordering Thailand. Discover everything from its 99 karst limestone islands, to its vast history and mythology. Learn more about Langkawi’s amazing attractions below.
Attractions in Langkawi
This is one of Langkawi’s most popular spots, and its waters are perfect for activities such as jet skiing, banana boating, and parasailing. Luxury hotels and nightspots line the shores, providing for a great time at all hours.
Located at Langkawi Perdana Quay, this outdoor attraction makes for great fun for the entire family. It doesn’t matter if you’re travelling alone or in a group, sky-trekking will bring you closer to nature, with a bit of adrenaline to boot.
Dayang Bunting Island
Dayang Bunting is the second largest island out of the 99 others in Langkawi. It gets its name from the mountain formations that resemble a pregnant woman. It’s easily accessible, and a 15-minute boat ride is all you need to witness this natural wonder for yourself.
Langkawi isn’t just about nature. There are also man-made marvels that warrant a visit whenever you’re in the area. The SkyBridge is the world’s longest free span and curved bridge. Hanging some 100 metres off the ground, the SkyBridge is a great place to gain a new perspective of the archipelago.
Underwater World Langkawi
Get acquainted with marine life and more at this educational aquarium. Learn all about creatures from different parts of the world, ranging from the freshwater rivers of the Amazon to the cold waters of Australia. There are aviaries for you to explore as well.
Telaga Tujuh Waterfalls
Arguably the best waterfall in Langkawi, Telaga Tujuh boasts beautiful sights peppered with the best of local flora and fauna. Its name translates to ‘Seven Wells’, which is a description of its seven pools made from seven separate waterfalls.