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Samila Beach

Samila Beach

4.4/518 Reviews
Beach
Kok Yo Island

Kok Yo Island

4.2/518 Reviews
Island/Peninsula
Ko Nu & Ko Maeo

Ko Nu & Ko Maeo

4.4/511 Reviews
Island/Peninsula
Songkhla Lake

Songkhla Lake

4.4/519 Reviews
Lake
Wat Namtok Tone Nga Chang

Wat Namtok Tone Nga Chang

4.7/515 Reviews
Waterfall
Geological Sites
Cave
Open all day. (Local time)
The ivory waterfall is a stream of water that follows the seven steps, and then divides into two, just like the elephant's two ivory, hence the name, especially after the rainy season, the water is particularly rich and spectacular. Another famous attraction is the Elephant Spring Cave, which has some caves. The interior is completely grotesque with stone stalactites and stalactites. Some even resemble Buddha statues, which are very touristy.
Tanjung Rhu Beach

Tanjung Rhu Beach

4.4/5247 Reviews
Beach
Open all day (Local time)
Tanjung Rhu Beach is a famous beach in Langkawi, which is more sparse and quieter than other beaches. There are several kilometers of white sand beaches and clear waters. The shores are dense woods. At the low tide, Tanjung Rhu and the nearby islands will be connected as one. The beach will become a soft white sand pile. It is a very unique experience to walk up on the sea on the island. There is also a legendary cave near Tanjung Rhu. The mysterious text portrayed on the stone wall has yet to be deciphered.
Black Sand Beach

Black Sand Beach

4.2/5168 Reviews
Beach
Langkawi Cable Car

Langkawi Cable Car

4.6/5205 Reviews
Cable Car
9:30-19:00, part of Wednesday 12:00-19:00, there are many changes, please see the official website for the specific opening hours. (Local time)
The Langkawi cable car arrives at the peak of Langkawi in two sections, standing on the observation deck at a height, overlooking the entire Langkawi. In addition to the dense forests, there are also the Seven Immortals Falls, the ocean and the surrounding islands. . The middle station is 600 meters above sea level and has an observation deck. At 709 meters above sea level, the Peak Station has two viewing platforms that offer panoramic views of Langkawi, especially the West Coast.
Cenang Beach

Cenang Beach

4.4/5886 Reviews
Beach
Open all day (Local time)
Pantai Cenang (Cenang Beach) to the southwest of Langkawi Island's Kuah Town is home to most of the island's beach villas and resorts. There aren't too many visitors here so it's nice and quiet with plenty of beautiful tropical plants lining the shore, along with white sandy beaches with enticing, shallow green waters. The ocean waters around here are teeming with thousands of species of marine life and diving is a popular activity. As you traverse the coral reef, you are bound to see a multitude of colorful tropical fish. In addition to diving, you can also take part in all sorts of interesting and exciting water sports such as banana boating, parasailing and jetskiing.
Payar Island

Payar Island

4.5/5305 Reviews
Island/Peninsula
Payar Island is situated around 19km away from the Langkawi main island. It is surrounded by coral reef and crystal clear seawater. There are little waves, and is an ideal location for water sports, such as scuba diving and swimming. There is a shark training facility on the island, where visitors can feed the sharks. In addition, there is an underwater observation room where visitors can view a variety of beautiful sea life.
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