LANGKAWI, 2 December 2020: Planning a holiday to Langkawi? You can always find a relaxing spot to unwind on this Malaysia getaway island whether you prefer stunning mountain views, island culture or unspoilt beaches.
The popular island features the fantastic view of the Machinchang Cambrian Geoforest Park accessible via the SkyCab. You can also challenge yourself to walk the 100m above ground SkyBridge and enjoy spectacular views of Langkawi with 550 million years old rocks just beneath your feet.
Otherwise, put on your sunshades and enjoy the sunset on Langkawi beaches. TanjungRhu is rated as one of Asia’s top beaches by CNN. The serene beach and sound of waves will definitely chase away stress. Langkawi is open to domestic travellers resident in Malaysia for now with new airline links making it easier and cheaper to enjoy a long weekend. Malaysia’s Cuti-Cuti campaign makes travel more affordable and will go a long way to keeping travel dreams alive. As for international visitors, this is the time to create wish-lists, plan travel for the day when travel will resume fully.
Langkawi Development Authority (LADA) was established by the federal government to plan, promote and implement development on the island of Langkawi.LADA was officially established on 15 March 1990 under the Langkawi Development Authority Act 1990 (Act 423) and placed under the authority of the Ministry of Finance.
For further details, visit www.lada.gov.my
Or visit: https://naturallylangkawi.my/
Langkawi Development Authority, LADA