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Things To Do In Langkawi

No doubt Langkawi is small but you will surely find lot many things to do here. Museums, shopping outlets, sandy and sun kissed beaches will leave you mesmerized. It is truly a place of happiness and serenity, just explore it with our International Tour Packages. 
Take a ride on the Langkawi Cable Car
Langkawi's cable car ride is one of the most unforgettable thrilling experience. The cable car ride takes you to the top of mount Mat Cincang to a height of 708 meters in about 15 minutes through the steepest cable car gradient in the world and offers breathtaking views of the mountains, valleys, islands and the Andaman Sea.
The entrance for the Langkawi Cable Car is located in The Oriental Village in the upper northwest of Langkawi Island, near Pantai Kok. As the gondola (cable car) ascends the temperature starts dropping and a windy breeze begin flowing into the cabin through ventilation slits at the top.The ride up to the top station covers a distance of about 2.1 km. On the way you get mesmerizing view of the mountain flora, rain forests, valleys, waterfalls and sometimes even wildlife and many types of birds on the ridges. 
On reaching the middle station (which is at a height of 650 meters), you can get off here or alternatively decide to move on to the top station. On both the stations there are viewing platforms to soak in the spectacular sights all around. However, the view from the top station is more breathtaking.
At the top station there are two viewing platforms, one on the left and the other on the right of the cable car station.There are two short flights of stairs to climb up to the platforms that offer 360° views. On a clear day one can see the many tiny islands scattered in Andaman sea down below, the blue waters, towering mountains, caves and overhanging cliff walls in a panoramic setting. From the top you can also see some parts of Indonesia towards south west and Thailand towards north. 

Walk along the Langkawi Sky Bridge
Langkawi Sky Bridge is a magnificent curved suspended bridge, one of the greatest feats of engineering,built on top of the Machinchang Mountain. It was completed in 2004. It is accessible from the Top Station of Langkawi Cable Car. The bridge is suspended from 82m high single pylon, hangs at about 100m above ground and it can accommodate up to 250 people at the same time. The footbridge is hanging high up in the sky and gives exhilarating views of mountains and the sea below.
The sky bridge is 125 meters long and 1.8 meters wide. It is amongst the longest curved pedestrian bridges in the world. It hangs in the space over virgin mountain forest offering spectacular views. At two ends of the bridge there are two triangular platforms which are wider and serve as resting and viewing areas for the tourists.
The curved sky bridge is considered one of the engineering marvels in the world.  As the entire bridge was pre-fabricated and then lifted by helicopter up to the peak of the mountain and fitted into the pylon.

Enjoy a Sunset Dinner Cruise
The Langkawi sunset dinner cruise is an evening trip that takes you on a leisurely trip, where you’ll pass among deserted islets and limestone cliffs, enjoying a delicious barbecue dinner that’s prepared by expert chefs on board.
Youcan have memorable experiences with friends or family as you kick back and relax aboard a yacht that takes you around the waters of the Andaman Sea. As the boat sails out into the open sea, enjoy the magnificent views and free flowing drinks that is included in the Sunset Cruise package. Visitors can bring along swimming attire and dive into the waters from the boat, or laze around the jacuzzi net attached to the back of the vessel, so they can stay harnessed to the yacht as it sets out into the sea. Enjoy the peacefully sun set while you dine on a scrumptious BBQ dinner. 
This sunset dinner cruise is certainly one of the best ways to experience island of Langkawi.

Dig in to local food
Langkawi is full of restaurants particularly in Kuah town &PantaiCenang which offers all kinds of local food & beverages. However for buying local food or eating the islanders prefer to use several other options rather than going only to restaurants. This is because restaurants in Langkawi can be expensive, particularly the ones that offer genuine authentic Malaysian cuisine in a relatively good and comfortable environment.
The best known place for take away cheap Malay food are the local night markers which are set up every day at different places on the island. Many residents and Expats also eat the food on site while standing and having a chat with each other. It's not only about food here, it's also the great friendly atmosphere. The Kuih Stalls found in several places on the island are also locals’ favourite. They sell delicious handmade snacks, cakes, cookies and other local foods.Malay cuisine has various vegetarian options like Nasi tomato, or tomato rice

Experience Parasailing
Parasailing in Langkawi is a great thrillingexperience if one wants totake a bird’s eye view of the white sandy coast and emerald green water. Adore the view of coconut fringed coastline and the beautiful green islands from the sky.
It is important to choose authorized tour operators for parasailing, because of the risks associated with some illegal operators. 
Operator will take the boat off shore to a safe water area (about 10 minutes ride), then launch you from the boat itself. Than you can relish the stunning sights around, and see your boat 500 feet below looking like a tiny dot. One can enjoy the ride with your partner or family, as the parasail can lift two or three people together.

Visit a Famous 3D Gallery
Art in Paradise 3D Museum at Langkawiis the largest 3D art museum in Malaysia and second largest in the world. Itshowcases more than 200 impressive artworks that appear almost lifelike when photographed. This unique attraction is located next to the iconic Langkawi Cable Car in The Oriental Village, Burau Bay.
The 3D Museum is divided into nine interactive zones including optical illusion, aquatic, safari, fantasy, classic, castles, landscapes, Egyptian, and Malaysian zones. There are more than 200 beautiful and meticulous artworks on display, all of which are hand-painted by 23 leading Korean artists in collaboration with talented local artists.

Eat in the Night Markets
week at various locations around the island. 
It is like a country bazaar or a street market with different and designated location for each day.
Many vendors and villagers set up makeshift stalls at these night markets and sell all kinds of local items including food & snacks, fresh produce, fruits & juices, clothes, souvenirs and many other small items. 
Many of the same vendors appear every night, in addition to vendors who only participate in their particular area. Each night market has unique qualities and it is worth visiting. It’s a great opportunityfor tourists to taste local cuisine and mix-n-mingle with local Langkawians.While there is nothing much to shop here, it is mostly popular for a wide range of Malay dishes that are prepared and served piping hot at a very reasonable price. 


Happy Travellers

Thanks to FLAMINGO It Was Our Excellent Dream Trip
Thanks to FLAMINGO It Was Our Excellent Dream Trip

Thanks to FLAMINGO It Was Our Excellent Dream Trip

This was our first trip at abroad, we were having lots of questions with us how will be the company, will get Jain food and many more but with flamingo the answers was yes we got best company and excellent food all over the trip. We didn't only get Jain food but we got full Gujarati dish "Shikhand Puri", "Pani Puri", "Puran Puri", and many Indian dishes, it was really very surprising for us. The hotels provide by them for stay were also so good. The tour manager Devarshi Mam itself was so supportive. We never realized that tour manager is with us she was like our family member. She was so friendly by nature and knowledgeable person to guide us. Thanks to FLAMINGO.It was our excellent dream trip. I would rate 5 stars out of 5.
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