RM35 person to 3 places with a boat ,Start on 9.00am untill 12.pm back.They will drop us to Geoforest Park ,Eagle Land and Beras Basah Island.
We will through a mount call Pregnant Maiden Lake.According to legend, if any barren woman drinks the water from the lake or bathe in it, she will be rewarded and blessed with a child. It states that some fairy princess lost her child right after birth and chose to bury her child in this lake and the child turned into a white crocodile. After which she blessed the lake with fertility.
This Ferry is sent us to Pulau Paya,Pulau Paya is an Island outside from Pulau Langkawi,to Pulau Paya need takes 1 hour ferry to the destinations.For my suggest better take something to cure seasick,if not you will regret.
For the small boat it only take you to the beach for snorkling .
From Penang we are using Air Asia Promotion Flight ,and for inside Pulau Langkawi we drove with the tiny Pedua Viva.Rent a whole car need's RM60 a day,before they will keep a RM50 for deposit and will return RM50 when you return them car.Rent a car inside the airport will more cheaper.
After having our breakfast, my friend and I thought of going back to the Jetty, so we can find some kind of transport to take us around Langkawi. So we flagged down a taxi, and its really a true blessing to meet Mr Romli B. Che Lah, our chauffeur for 4 hours to take us to the Under Water World, Pantai Cenang, the harbour, stop a few places to take pictures and to the Cable car.
The fees Rm100 for 4 hours.
Get your ticket at the Kuala Perlis Jetty for RM18 /person for one way trip.
Waited for almost an hour for the ferry to arrive, and we reached to Langkawi at 9pm.
We came during the school holidays and should expect a lot of visitors to Langkawi.
Ferry almost full and a bit noisy with the TV played with high volume. Almost turning deaf!!
From Langkawi to Kuala Perlis
Remember to get your ticket at Langkawi Jetty for RM18.
I went to Langkawi through Air Asia one of the cheapest and easiest way to get there from Kuala Lumpur it cost only $ 55/- per person. The service was good and the flight was of 45 minutes you have to purchase the food but the staff has to rush due to the short time.
Departure (Kuala Lumpur) Arrival (Langkawi)
7:30 AM 8:30 AM Air Asia Daily 5320
10:00 AM 11:00 AM Air Asia Daily 5322
12:00 PM 1:00 PM Air Asia Daily 5324
2:05 PM 3:05 PM Air Asia Daily 5326
3:15 PM 4:15 PM Air Asia Daily 5334
4:20 PM 5:20 PM Air Asia Daily 5328
6:10 PM 7:10 PM Air Asia Daily 5336
7:25 PM 8:25 PM Air Asia Daily 5330
9:15 PM 10:15 PM Air Asia Daily 5332
These airline brands have flights from Kuala Lumpur to Langkawi - KLM Royal Dutch, Malaysia Airlines, Air Mauritius, South African, Oman Av (SAOG), Qatar Airways, Berjaya Air Bhd, China Southern, Etihad Airways, Gulf Air and All Nippon.
Airport code of Kuala Lumpur is KUL and Langkawi is LGK.
You can fly KUL - LGK or from SZB - LGK. These are much better options than trying to go to Langkawi overland from Kuala Lumpur (it takes too much time and involves too much hassle). If you book your flight online, as early as possible, you would get the best prices.
Fly from SZB (on FireFly Airlines) if you are flying from KL city. FYI SZB is the old Kuala Lumpur international airport and is located just on the suburbs of KL. It has a nicely refurbished terminal, which is also used by private jets. A taxi there from KL should cost you about RM30.
AirAsia and MAS do KUL-LGK (you should chose this option if you are flying straight to LGK after arrival in KUL) but AirAsia would be the cheaper bet.
While I was in Langkawi, I had not seen any public buses in the Island at all. You can either rent a car or take the taxi in the Island.
When I arrived the Airport, I had rented a Kancil from this company at Arrival Hall:
Syaemmy Travel & Tour Sdn Bhd.
Arrival Hall, Langkawi International Airport
Padang Matsirat, 0700 Langkawi
Contact Person: Sham (012-403 8662)
I had no problem with their service at all. They showed me the car before I committed to rent the car. Their car rental rate includes an accident insurance up to RM2000, which is set by their local authority. I asked them whether there is a car theft in the Island, they said they have no big issue of car theft in the island. Well, it makes sense cause the island is small, they can find the car easily if it is stolen.
Car rental deposit: RM50. You have to pay the rental upfront + the deposit.
I have quoted the following: 12/7 (2pm) - 13/7 (7pm)-- consider 1 and a half day.
Kancil/ Proton Saga -- RM 80 (RM50 per day)
Myvi/ Nissan Sentra -- RM120 (RM80 per day)
You need to find a petrol station when you get on the road. The nearest petrol station is at Padang Mat Sirat, Petronas. I have spent RM35 for two-days drive, about (RM15-RM20 per day)
It takes 1 hour from Kuala Lumpur to Pulau Langkawi by flight. You can book the air ticket from www.airasia.com. If you take advantage of their 0 fare promotion, you could buy the return air tickets for less than RM30.
Alternately, you can book air ticket with, www.fireflyz.com.my, another airlines that flight to Langkawi.
Very convenient place to rent a car of your choice at low rate. We got a Nissan sentra for RM260 for 3 days. The guy who rented to us. Mr. Yuzaidi is very flexible, allow us to deliver the car even at a later time on that day.
If you're coming to Langkawi from Penang, the ferry is the way to go. Bahagia Express has a morning and afternoon speedboat from Weld Quay in Georgetown for RM35,00. Call them or visit their office across from the clock tower, just next to the main tourism board office.
Make sure and book your ticket in advance, as it's total chaos at the ferry terminal and not easy to find your way around to the right departure points etc...
Visiting and planning for some activities on the island, it's best to have some ideas as to the logistic that is on hand.
Kuah town, the main township is at the south-eastern side of the island and within a wide bay. The most visited area in Langkawi is Pantai Cenang beach on the south-west corner. As the crow flies, this popular beach destination should some 15 kilometers west of Kuah town.
The popular cruise ship visiting Langkawi is operated by Star Cruise. The company has their own terminal or jetty located at the south-west corner as well. The isolated terminal is separated by a hilly cape from the crowded beaches of Pantai Tengah & Pantai Cenang. A very pleasant walk on public road from the Star Cruise Terminal to Pantai Cenang, about 3 kilometers one way.
Beside the Star Cruise terminal, the company also operate a resort named Awana Porto Malai Langawi Resort.
Upon arrival in Langkawi usually in the early hours, there was time for a good breakfast on board. A fleet on tour buses to have guests transported into Kuah town from this terminal would be on stay by. Then at about 10.00 am, the Star Cruise would organize for custom and immigration clearance in the pier area. The land journey is about 20 kilometers. On the return trip in the evening, these guests would be brought back in time for dinner. For those guests like me, who do not have reasons to go into town could stay on board or walk to Pantai Cenang on their own, which we did.
There were many taxis waiting outside the gate of the Terminal, hoping to catch fares for those who changed their mind after the tour buses had left. The taxi fare to Kuah town then was Rgt 20, one way. What we did was walk out, when the sun was not too hot and took a cab to return to the ship. I think it was Rgt7 for that one trip.
In Kuah town, unlike many small township, there were little houses as the local urban population was small. It was a upgraded shopping center and shops for food. There was one shopping mall, tiny one located inside the ferry terminal. For real shopping, there were large shops operating on the style of a supermarkets. There were quite a few of these large shops. To each his own, my choice then were chocolates and imported beer.
Ferry Terminal is located at KUAH Town, some 15 to 20 minutes drive from Pantai Cenang (Chenang Beach)
One Way fare to/from Kuala Perlis is 18 Ringets and it takes about an hour and fifteen minutes.
The Operation hours of the ferry begin at 7.00am until 7.00pm
Kuah is International Point of Entry, There are regular boats serving to/from SATUN and KOH LIPE in Thailand.
Visa on Arrival Facility is not offered at KUAH
There is no Bus service in Langkawi
Taxi is the best way to roam around, the fare is fixed
1. To/From Airport. 18 Ringets to Pantai Cenang (Prepaid at the booking counter at airport)
2. Pantai Cenang - Oriental Village (Cable Car station) 24 Ringets
3. Pantai Cenang - Kuah Jetty 26 Ringets
Legal / Official taxi's are Red / White Color & Yellow / White
Licensed Private vehicles are also running on daily basis (Aprx 80 Ringet + for full day)
the best way of traveling around the island is hiring a car or a scooter.scooter rents are 25-30 ringgit (8-9$).we were 3 so hired a car and paid 80 ringgit for a proton sedan with A/C .the smaller cars are available for begining from 45 ringgit.oil is cheap(1.9 ringgit/lt oct 2007)