How to spend top weekend in Langkawi - ideas on extraordinary attractions and sites

Attractions of the East Village in Langkawi

East Village is located in the western part of Langkawi. If you come here you will ride the cable car. It is open from 9:30 to 19:00. You will pay 30 ringgit, sit in a closed booth, and climb to a height of 708 meters. You will cover 2.1 kilometers. There are 2 viewing platforms there. You can enjoy the view of the island standing on each of them. If the weather is good you will see the picturesque coast of Thailand.
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You will visit the winding Sky Bridge then. Its length is 125 meters. It is located on the Mount Mat Cincang. Its height is 700 meters. It is suspended by cables on one support. You should use the cable car to get to this attraction. You will pay an additional 15 ringgit for this. You can also walk along the equipped road and descend the steps. The fee for walking on the bridge is 5 ringgit. You will look at the jungles and mountains from here.

Voyage on an Unusual Boat

You can make an exciting trip on an amphibious boat while on Langkawi. You will buy a ticket for 38 ringgit at the ticket office. The vehicle is unique in that it is equipped with wheels. So you will travel part of the way on land and the other part on water. You will enjoy the beautiful yachts. Your journey will begin in the East Village. It will continue in Telaga Bay. You will go around the cape on its waves. There is a lighthouse there. If you are lucky you will see dolphins and red eagles. Boats depart from the pier every hour between 9 am and 7 pm but only in good weather. Copyright
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Water Activities in the Pulau Payar Marine Park

Pulau Payar Island is located 30 kilometers south of Langkawi. The marine park is open there around the clock. You can go here on your own by boat or become a member of a group tour. The tour will last all day. You will relax on the beach and take a scuba dive during this time. You will pay 350 ringgit for 2 diving sessions. You can also go snorkeling. It costs 200 ringgit along with your equipment. You will see corals and numerous inhabitants of the Andaman Sea once you get to the local underwater world. However, keep in mind that the water becomes muddy in bad weather. Therefore, visibility is getting worse.

Visit a Crocodile Farm

Do you want to experience the thrill of meeting an alligator? You will get such a chance in Langkawi if you visit a farm where crocodiles live. It is located in the village of Teluk Datai, which is located in the north-west of the island. The farm is open from 9 am to 6 pm every day. You will pay 20 ringgit to enter here. You will be able to observe the reptiles, being very close to them. You will buy various items made from the skin of farm inhabitants here. You will also see shows featuring humans and alligators. It takes place twice a day: at 11:15 and at 14:45.
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Visit the Top of Gunung Raya Mountain

Mount Gunung Raya is located in the central part of Langkawi. Its height is 880 meters. You can reach its top by car. There is a National Park here. You will take up trekking there. If you pay 10 ringgit you will also take the elevator to the observation deck of the telecommunications tower. You will admire the beautiful landscape of the island from there, sitting at one of the tables.

Boat Tour of Langkawi

You will get acquainted with the island's wildlife by taking a fascinating boat tour. You will travel with a guide along narrow rivers through mangrove forests that grow in the Kilim nature reserve. You will reach caves where you will see bats, stalactites, and stalagmites. You will also visit a crocodile cave and a fish farm. You will feed the eagles and take a picture with a tiger shark. The duration of the tour is from 60 minutes to 4 hours. Its price ranges from 200 to 500 ringgit.
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Notable celebrations and festivals in Malaysia

The main things that define Malaysian culture are food, holidays, and festivals. Malays celebrate various holidays combining different nationalities, religions, and cultural traditions. The concept of "open house" is unique in Malaysia. Its essence lies in the fact that friends, families, and even strangers visiting the homes of those who celebrate or perform rituals during various cultural, religious folk festivals such as Chinese New Year, Hari Raya Puasa, Deepavali, and Christmas. People come to enjoy the holiday prepared by their hosts and wish them well. … Open

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