There is a fixed place for night market on each night. Please check with the locals for the exact location.
I visited the night market at Bohor. That's the moment at which I saw the largest amount of local people and kids. It seemed a big event for them, all adults holding the hands of their kids scattered over the market, buying food (raw fish/seafood, satay, meat, cooked food...etc), clothes, toys, fruit... A great chance to experience a local's life.
Dress Code: Casual, as nobody cares.
I believe that it is the best place for night life in Langkawi. There are few restaurants and pubs around there area. Streets are relatively busy and you could find internet café and money changing office here as well. there was a public call office as well and I noticed that all the overseas calls were relatively cheap.
Happy Holiday Bar is another 'must stop' when doing bar hopping at Pantai Cenang. The play good music like Led Zeppelin, REM and sometimes Bob Marley. People just sit around and enjoy their drink. More laidback as compared to Raggae Bar.
Dress Code: Wear anything!
If you are looking for friendly bar, you just have to drop by at Raggae Bar. During the day, the bar offers quick delicious lunch and snacks. At nite, there will be a barbeque party going on and a live band playing raggae and blues. Good place to meet interesting people and mingle around. People can be very very friendly.
Dress Code: Wear anything !
On Cenang Beach, at least, there is very little in the way of nightlife. Dinner is the main event and after that it's a case of having an early night or finding some friendly companions. It all adds to the relaxing atmosphere in Langkawi.
This was the bar I went to many years ago, when I was there with my girlfriends. The drinks there were superb !! The company we kept there were also highly entertaining ;-)
Sadly, when I was there in 2002, it looked like its been closed for a while. Oh well. Cest la vie !
Dress Code: Casual
watching the sunset from eagle square is lovely.. lots of ppl hanging out at the huge square.. there's also a huge tv for entertainment while we hang around waiting for the sun to set.. when we were there, they were showing some live footie game.. pretty cool!
Dress Code: anything and everything.. :)
Chill Out at Raggae Bar are the best thing to do in Langkawi. Although there is several night club or pub around, still this place are most worth to hang out as the location are very strategic to people who came here to chase for a beach. You could dine and minggle around to friendly staff and visitors over a can of beer while you listen to raggae music and the sound of ocean.
For nightlife, the Reggae bar on Pantai Cenang is the best bet. Enjoy the laid back atmosphere here, where patrons can cool off and enjoy the great reggae beat.
And they had this great food! (watch the picture)
Dress Code: definitely not, because directely on the beach!
This is on the property of the resort, on the beach. There is usualy a local band playing current western music. Most of the Clientel is couples. Mostly Western people. All kinds of drinks and lite snacks are served.
Dress Code: Very Casaul
We decided not to go to a pub because one of our friends, Niki, had this craving for Pina Colada the whole day. So we went shopping for Pina Colada ingredients and made them by ourselves. We borrowed a table and some chairs and plonked our butts on the beach near to the Raggae Pub so that we can still hear the music. Warning : We had an attack of cockroaches. Disgusting. The owner of the Raggae Pub, who was overtly friendly & drunk as hell, lit one of those insect/mosquitoe repellent coils. Did it work? Naw, not really. But the roaches decided to leave us after discovering we had no food on us. Haha.
Dress Code: None
It is one of the finest Resort in the Island I roamed around and took few beautiful snaps at night with my family.
Dress Code: Casual.
Its a little jem of a bar hidden away on the cenang beach , Close to the Ab inn
Dress Code: No dress code , just bring the sun cream and a camera for the sunsets
On a boat looking back at the sunset with a cold one in hand. Yep. It's good to be the King.
Dress Code: No shoes
Visit the sun cafe for an excellent cocktail, friendly staff and a very impressive toilet visit - watch the river flow past you!