Your day-by-day itinerary

Swaying palm tree on the beach overlooking the sea

Days 1-3

Arrival in Langkawi & Free Time

During this beach break, you’ll stay on one of the island’s most popular stretches of sand. The hotel is cosy and authentic, and ideally located closeby to many restaurants. Langkawi offers a huge menu of activities, including waterfall tours, jungle treks, sunset cruises and snorkelling trips. In other words, there’s no chance of getting bored!

You’ll spend three nights on Langkawi, lazing on the beaches, wandering through handicraft markets and tasting authentic food. If you manage to drag yourself off the sand, take the cable car up to the top of Gunung Machincang for a panoramic view of Malaysia and Southern Thailand, set off on a day trip in search of hidden waterfalls or hire a bike to explore the traditional Kampungs behind the beaches.

People boarding a plane in Malaysia

Day 4

Departure from Langkawi

After your final night you’ll be picked up and transferred to the airport for your onward flight.

It is possible to visit Langkawi all year round, but if you are hankering for good weather then avoid April to October, when the monsoon passes through. By Asian standards, it’s a light monsoon, but it could dampen your spirits if you’re hankering after blue skies.

Combine this trip with...

Where to next? This trip goes together perfectly with these:

Bites and Bikes of Penang

Bites and Bikes of Penang

Duration 3 days / 2 nights (flexible)

Duration Penang

View trip Add to cart
Customer smiling drinking tea green fields

Time for Tea

Duration 3 days / 2 nights (flexible)

Duration Cameron Highlands

View trip Add to cart

Speak to our Malaysia specialist, Miles

“Malaysia is packed with variety; from its cosmopolitan cities to its wild jungles. Here, I’ve snorkelled in beautiful waters and eaten my weight in creamy laksa noodles! My customers also love the ease of travelling around, hassle-free. ”

Recently Viewed