Fullday Tour 8 Hours (Van/Coach/MPV)

Langkawi Fullday Tour (8 hours)

Attractions:

Langkawi cable car

Makam Mahsuri

Eagle square

Black sand beach

Crocodile farm

Duty free shopping

Lunch/ dinner stop

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MYR320.00
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MYR400.00
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The Langkawi Cable Car, also known as Langkawi SkyCab, is one of the major attractions in Langkawi Island, Kedah, Malaysia. It provides an aerial link from the Oriental Village at Teluk Burau to the peak of Gunung Machinchang, which is also the location of the Langkawi Sky Bridge.

Mahsuri’s Tomb is the crypt of the legendary Princess Mahsuri. Located in the village of Mawat, 12km from Kuah, it is also known as Makam Mahsuri. Most of the island’s natural attractions have fables attached in true Malay style and Mahsuri’s Tomb is probably its most famous legend. The story begins with the beautiful Mahsuri, a maiden (or princess by some accounts) born over 200 years ago, who married the love of her life during a time of conflict with the Siamese. Her husband went off to fight in the war and her mother-in-law, jealous of her beauty, vengefully accused Mahsuri of adultery.

Eagle Square is located on the right side of Kuah Jetty and within a short walking distance from there. The square covers a landscaped area of about 19-acres that has covered terraces, beautiful small ponds, fountains, footbridges, shops & eateries, and covered pavilions where events are held.

Black Sand Beach Langkawi, located four kilometres southwest of Tanjung Rhu Beach, offers memorable photo opportunities and a peaceful retreat from the island’s often crowded areas. A 20-minute drive from the Langkawi Cable Car, it’s a popular hangout spot among locals, especially during weekends and public holidays. Despite its name, the beach is actually a mix of black and white sand, which some locals believe to be the result of a centuries-old curse laid by a mermaid because a fisherman had stolen her ring. Others claim that it’s soil from the rice paddy fields that were burned by farmers back in 1821.

Crocodile Adventureland Langkawi is specially designed and landscaped with beautiful plantation and greenery, making it look like a recreation park. Different species of crocodiles are kept in specific ponds, where visitors can have a thorough look at the crocodiles while walking around.

The best duty-free outlets in Langkawi are found within the island’s most prominent towns, namely Kuah and Pantai Cenang. Langkawi’s duty-free shopping scene is the next best reason to visit, after its expansive beaches and verdant mountains. Great for shopping enthusiasts, these venues stock a wide range of tobacco products, liquors, chocolates, sportswear, luggage, perfumes, and kitchenware, among other items.

**Package do not include meals, entrance tickets and insurance.