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We wanted to have a day sailing round the islands so as we were staying near the Royal Langkawi Yacht club we stopped to enquire about sailing trips from there. A company called Sunsail operate from there and you can hire a sailing boat to sail yourself or like us you can hire a sailing boat with a skipper. For 1200 RM we had the 35 foot sail boat to ourselves (4 of us) for the whole day, a skipper, lunch, soft drinks and beer. To make it a bit more special we took our own sparkling wine. We had a wonderful day lazing on the deck in the gloroius sunshine taking in the scenery. We saw some flying fish but the dolphins eluded us.
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Nature Tourism Langkawi
Telaga Tujuh
Located in the north-western corner of Pulau Langkawi, Telaga Tujuh (Seven Wells) is a geological marvel. The waterfall is so named because its cascading water is broken by a series of seven natural pools. The lush green forest that surrounds the waterfall adds a mystical touch to the natural splendor. Legend has it that fairies used to come down to the waterfall to bathe and frolic.

Tanjung Rhu
Tanjung Rhu lies on the northern cape of Pulau Langkawi. Aptly named for its abundance of casuarinas, its enchanting beach affords magnificent views of nearby islands which can be reached at low tide on foot, an experience that is not to be missed.

A short journey by boat from Tanjung Rhu brings you to the doorstep of Gua Cherita (Cave of Legends). As its name implies, the cave is steeped in a fabled tale of mystery and romance. On the walls of the cave can be seen ancient writing which has yet to be deciphered.
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Beaches Langkawi
Pantai Kok, Pantai Cenang, Pantai Tengah, Datai and Burau Bay
Idyllic beaches such as Pantai Kok, Pantai Cenang, Pantai Tengah, Datai and Burau Bay offer carefree sun-filled days and quiet evening strolls. First-class accommodation in modern hotels or captivating chalets is available. A wide range of exciting water-sports provides fun and thrills for the energetic. Restaurant outlets in the hotels and outdoors serve a variety of appetizing cuisine.

Tasik Dayang Bunting
Nestled amidst lush forested hill on an island south of Pulau Langkawi is Tasik Dayang Bunting (Lake of the Pregnant Maiden), the largest lake in Langkawi. The outline of hills and rocky outcrops on one side of the lake resembles the shape of a pregnant maiden lying on her back. However, the name of both the island and lake is attributed to the legend of a lovely fairy princess who married an earthly prince. Her first child died shortly after birth. She was so sad and depressed that she buried the child in the crystal clear waters of the lake. Before she returned to her celestial abode, she blessed the waters so that any childless maiden who bathed in the lake would conceive thereafter.

Legend of Tasik Dayang Bunting - The favorite bathing pool of a celestial princess named Mambang Sari was said to be Tasik Dayang Bunting (lake of the pregnant maiden). A prince, Mat Teja, fell madly in love with her and tricked her into marrying him. It did not take her long to reciprocate his love and so could not bear to return to her celestial home. Sadly, their child died from a mysterious illness at the age of seven days. Distraught, the grieving Mambang Sari left the child's body in the lake and returned to her heavenly abode. Today, some believe barren women who bathe in this lake will be endowed with a child. Many have claimed to be successful.

Bars & Nightspots Langkawi
Charlie's Place - Kuah - Charlie's Place Restaurant and Bar provides a casual but elegant venue for meeting friends and enjoying great meals. Cuisine is a mix of Malaysian and international favorites served dockside by our friendly team. It is a favorite place for yachties and locals to meet and party.
Sea Shell cafe - Pantai Kok - Recognised by Malaysian Tatler as one of the country's leading restaurants and Hospitality Asia as 'Malaysia's Best Entertainment Outlet', guests are guaranteed a fun night in a unique setting. When the setting is so perfect it is hard to improve upon nature so the resort staff haven't even tried. What it offers is the most ideal settings, great food, attentive service, the coolest drinks and the most wonderful sunsets imaginable.
Sampan Bar - Pantai Kok - This innovative bar was constructed from an old local fishing boat that was marooned on a nearby beach. Relocated to the resort it has been restored to serve as a peaceful retreat for those looking for a quiet place to relax with nothing but the soothing sounds of the forests and the beach.
Bayside Cellars - Pantai Kok - Bayside Cellars; Langkawi's only walk-in wine cellar features over 120 different wine labels from the world's leading wine regions including France, Germany, Italy, Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and California.
Coco Jam - Pantai Tengah - Located within the grounds of Langkawi Village Resort, this is the place to be if you want to dance the night away. It gets crowded, especially on weekends. Watch for the theme parties organised occasionally. There is live entertainment during peak season. The clientele includes locals and tourists, both young and old. Only beverages are served, but if you crave food, you can order it from the resort's restaurants.
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Craft Cultural Complex
The Craft Cultural Complex is located on the northern coastline of Langkawi Island in the vicinity of Teluk Yu, about 30 minutes drive from the airport or 45 minutes from Kuah town. Nestled on a hillside overlooking the sea, this magnificent complex offers a wide range of Malaysian handicraft such as delicate hand painted batik and intricately carved silverware. Opening hours: Daily, 9 am - 6 pm.

Faizy Crystal
Located at Craft Cultural Complex Faizy Crystal offers an attractive and exquisite range of glass products. Visitors will find a wide choice of skillfully crafted crystal items to suit every occasion. There are also special collections for those who demand exclusiveness.

At Faizy Crystaal you will be mesmerized by the extraordinary glass blowing skills of craftsmen dedicated to producing glassware of the highest standards and quality. Take the opportunity to test your glass blowing skills here.
Opening hours: Daily, 9 am - 5 pm
Kampung Buku Malaysia
Kampung Buku Malaysia in Langkawi is the first and only book village in South East Asia. It is part of the International Book Villages and Book Towns Movement.

It is located just 20 minutes from the Langkawi International Airport and 15 minutes from the Ferry Terminal. Situated amidst a lush green forest at the foot of Gunung Raya, the highest peak on the island, the book village provides book lovers a tranquil setting to indulge in their hobby.

The various houses in the village are stocked with a great variety of new books on numerous topics and languages as well as second-hand, rare and antiquarian books.

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A great way to see Pulau Langkawi\'s many attractions is to rent a car and drive from place to place at one\'s own leisure. Car hire is reasonably priced and the island is linked by a network of pleasant roads with ample signages. 

A great place to start your sightseeing tour is to begin at Kuah town itself, where the tourist information centre is based (next to the town\'s mosque). Grab all the brochures and maps which you may need and you\'re ready to go. 

Within the vicinity of the jetty and the tourist information center is the harbourside\'s parklands which houses the Dataran Lang and Lagenda Park - the former a landscaped square with a concrete statue of the Langkawi eagle and the latter a 20-hectare park commemorating the island\'s legends in sculptural form. 

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Heading west from Kuah town will take you to the rural countryside surrounded by paddy fields. Let the road signs lead you to Makam Mahsuri, the grave of the island\'s legendary heroine. Being the island\'s most popular legend, this tomb/shrine is to Langkawi what the Eiffel Tower is to Paris. 

Going back to the main road will lead you to Pantai Cenang, the island\'s longest stretch of beach with the most happening nightlife. This beach houses the highest concentration of accommodation providers, ranging from budget chalets to five-star resorts, and is therefore the liveliest spot. 

Laman Padi, a \"rice museum\" is also located at Pantai Cenang for those interested in all aspects of rice farming. The Underwater World, a colossal aquarium with a fascinating collection of freshwater and marine life is further down the same road. 
From Pantai Cenang, take the route to the airport. A go-cart racing centre is situated along the way for those who are game to participate. Past the airport is the small town of Padang Matsirat where the very disappointing Beras Terbakar or \"Field of Burnt Rice\" is located. Legend has it burnt rice still appear, the remnants of an 18th-century crop which was put to torch by local villagers to prevent invading Siamese troops from taking it. At the most, you will see a pitiful bowl of burnt rice in a plastic casing flanked by a signage.
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From the Padang Matsirat junction, follow the signage to Pantai Kok, a picturesque stretch of beach which some say is the finest in Langkawi. You will come across a red Thai-style structure along this road which was actually a Hollywood prop for the film Anna and the King starring Jodie Foster and Chow Yuen Fatt. Built as the Summer Palace for the Siamese monarch in the story, the structure has since been \"recycled\" as a tourist attraction. The admission charge is a bit steep but the place itself is well maintained and worth a visit. Cultural performances also are carried out at regular intervals here. 

Beyond Pantai Kok is Burau Bay, the other contender for accolade of the island\'s most beautiful beach. Burau Bay is actually a delightful cove flanked by the mysterious peaks of Gunung Mat Cincang. Two resorts sit on both ends of this cove: the Burau Bay Resort and the Berjaya Langkawi Beach Resort, both built to blend with the surrounding environment. 

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