These are few restaurants I visited in the night and enjoyed light music at the Lobby Lounge and at the Beach Restaurant at night in Langkawi. I also heard about some night markets but unfortunately they were on specific days so couldn't visit them.
Dress Code: Just casual clothes no specific dress code.
this is a popular travelers place on the island where you can meet the other travelers while enjoying the local reggae bands.free transport is available in pentai cenang(21.00 gecko guesthouse and pentai tengah.beer is cheap(skol 4 ringgit , tiger 5 ringgit)guiness bottles are also available
Sunba now has live music most evenings of the week. It is very popular with local Malaysians and some backpackers. It is more like a small pub but one of the best places to drink. I have not found the drinks watered as previously reported and I have been going there for 4 years.
Dress Code: Casual with a variety of dress options from dress up to shorts and sandals.
night market is a must for you to go when you in langkawi ,you can local food ,sourviniers or any daily need here ina cheap .the location will be varies depend on the day.for Kuah town willbe saturday night.
The Reggae bar is really just an open air shack with a bar in one side, up a side alley. The band were supposed to start at 11pm, but they didn't even turn up till 11:30, and only finally got going at 11:50. Before this the bar was deserted, so this is definitely a bar for the (very) late night crowd. Apparently the band go on till 3am. Beer was very cheap here, since they just gave you a can/bottle with no glass. The atmosphere was quite laid back, until the band came on - then it was too loud to hear yourself think, let alone have any conversation. The band were reasonable, but not that great. I thought they were spoilt by a female lead singer who couldn't really carry off the Bob marley songs properly - but the rest of the crowd seemed to like them. Reggae's not really my type of music, but there's precious little other nightlife on Langkawi (except the excellent Sunba) so it's worth checking out.
Dress Code: None
The Sunba is a live music venue that is almost directly opposite the Frangipani Resort in Pantai Cenang. The bar is open from about 9pm, but the band doesn't start till 11pm, but then plays until 3am with a couple of short breaks. It can get quite crowded, and smoky inside, despite the aircon, but the atmosphere is excellent. We were there Xmas and New year 2007/8 and the band were called Mix n Match, which played rock/pop songs very well. Beer prices are reasonable - all in all an excellent place to hang out at night on an island that doiesn't seem to have much else in the way of nightlife.
Dress Code: None
Situated on the 1st Floor of the Jetty Point in Kuah town. This karaoke center offer many rooms to choose from. The outlet is being shared by pool and video arcade center. A bit congested with local teenagers but once you are in your selected room, the environment change.
RM25.00 per hours. You may buy your beverages at the counter. Sound system is okay but you can't feel the privacy as every room here I noticed at least have 1 peeping hole. I do not know what's the purpose of this hole and it is not a tiny hole indeed. So your privacy is ain't 100%. But if you are here just to sing a song, the hole won't harm us anyway.
Of course the 'hole' part and the environment is not up to the 'business class' can contribute to negative points but I still believe that it is a worth RM25.00 to spend and I will surely re-visit on my next Langkawi trip.
Woodpecker lounge is situated inside the City Bayview Hotel in Kuah town. It is a lounge but also offering a few rooms for those who wanted to karaoke.
The cheapest room is RM50.00 per hour. It is a 4 person room. You can have more than 4 even but it will be a bit tight inside. Beverages can be ordered separately. The sound system is good and the room is very cozy and nice.
My last visit here, I ended up spending 2 and a half hours with my friends singing all night long up to 2 a.m where the outlet is about to close.
It is not the cheapest karaoke in town but if you want a nice room and peaceful environment to karaoke, this is the place that you should go. And this is not a HANKY PANKY karaoke lounge and it is strictly for those who really want to sing. No GRO & No 'extra services'.
Forgive me for not taking any picture of it as I do not know whether I can do that, snapping photograph inside a KTV Lounge. :-)
The locations for pasar malam changes every nite for the week.Monday: Ulu Melaka. Tuesday: Kedawang Wednesday/Saturday: Kuah Town. Thursday: Temoyong. Friday: Air Hangat. Sunday: Padang Matsirat.
A variety of food and drinks available for sale at a very very affordable price. Other stalls available: clothing /shoes and decor.
The waiters here dress in sarongs.
If you plan to order drinks do order the beers or wine. Cocktails are diluted so if you plan on ordering it make sure its a double shots.
There is pipe in music and a pool table here.
Dress Code: No suits or ties allowed. So dress in casual and shorts.
There's very little to do in terms of nightlife in Langkawi - and this is something I really enjoyed. The best thing one can do is to sit back, have a cocktail (or mocktail - no alcohol) and relax. This is perfect on the terrace of Perdana quay.
On the other side, on Petronas quay, there's a little arab restaurant where you can smoke the shisha and enjoy being with locals: it's a tourist-free corner of heaven. To find it, sicne it has no name, look out for the KFC sign: don't worry, there's no KFC joint... you'll find this restaurant instead.
As we are wondering where we wanted to go, we saw one couple walk out from the garden area place, so we walk in and we saw there are a lots of dining table and empty, atually its pass dinner time, there are a bar and the live band close up alreaady, its a garden chelet resort, its really beautiful and the area just next to the beach. just have a look at the area we feel so much regret for did not do the booking earlier, the enviroment really garden and forest like, its beautiful.
In cenang area, is not an happening place, you can see a few bars a long the street, the most happening place will be at the irish bar, a lots of people will be drinking and listening to a cool music their playing. And if you would like to go to an happening place, there will be at Asiana Hotel, there are one club and its quite happening when i was there, it was during public holiday and on weekend. about the drink, its quite cheap, because the island regonised as it non-taxble state.
On either side of the restaurant you will find a disco and a lounge bar. Throughout Pantai Cenang you will find bands playing, reggae, etc. Just ask any young man, shop assistant, or the receptionist at your hotel.
Dress Code: Everyone seem very nicely dress in the evenings.
In this area, there are so many bars, restaurent and shopping area. All the drinks here are cheaper than other places you can get... my friends have spent the nite less than 1 hundred ringgit for a bottle of chivas... can you belived it. If you get a bottle of chivas in Kuala Lumpur, it gonna cost you around RM320. Well have fun then