An Ultimate 3 Days Langkawi Itinerary for 2021
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An Ultimate 3 Days Langkawi Itinerary for 2021

An Ultimate 3 Days Langkawi Itinerary for 2021

Are you a travel enthusiast with a sense of adventure? Would you like to enjoy a weekend getaway on a tropical island? If yes, read on because Langkawi is the place for you!

Langkawi, a small archipelago off Malaysia’s west coast, is one of the most popular destinations in South-East Asia. Despite the number of travelers it attracts, Langkawi is serene, peaceful, and a lot of fun!

To help you plan your trip better, this Langkawi itinerary guide tries to answer the two most basic questions:

  • How long should your stay be?
  • What places are a must to visit when visiting Langkawi?

How long should your stay be?

There are no hard and fast rules, though. You can stay for a week if you wish for time off and enjoy the sounds and sights of nature. But, three days in Langkawi is good enough to explore all its sights and attractions.

Places to explore Langkawi:

You can explore a lot on a three-day tour of Langkawi and that too without tiring yourself. Here’s an itinerary you can follow. Begin with the mountains; they are calling you already!

Day: 1 Langkawi Sky Bridge

The best possible way to explore mountains in Langkawi is to take a cable car and head towards the Langkawi Sky Bridge. All you have to do is to start the day early and take the cable car. Get the front seat for the most amazing cable car experience ever!

The cable car is locally known as the Sky Cab, which takes a high climb to Machin-Chang Mountain. This bridge will allow you to walk across the highest mountains in Langkawi to witness the most enchanting sights.

Day 2: Water Sports

For all those who enjoy a dip, Langkawi can be a real treat! Take a four-hour trip to the jet ski and water sports resort for breathtakingly beautiful sights and some water fun! Jet skiing is the most popular water sport among tourists here.

So, go sporty in the tropical waters and enjoy the time of your life while in Langkawi! 

Seven Walls Waterfall

The second destination on Day 2 should be Seven Walls Waterfall; it is near the Langkawi Sky Bridge. 

If you have an explorer’s spirit and would like to climb about six hundred steps on a tropical island for a swim in a natural pool, this is your chance! Those six hundred steps are worth it!

Day 3: Beaches

What’s an island getaway without a day on the beach? Langkawi offers you its blue waters, white sands, gentle breeze, and tropical sun for a refreshing beach experience. 

Pantai Tanjung Rhu is the most popular among Langkawi’s beaches, so it attracts most people. You can explore other areas or just take a walk away from the restaurants and bars if you would like to have a quieter, less-crowded place for yourself. 

Mangrove Tour

If you have never explored a mangrove forest before, don’t miss your chance while in Langkawi! You won’t have this sort of natural beauty before. You may choose to take the forest tour before the beaches, though. The choice is yours. 


In a nutshell, three days in Langkawi are enough to explore the best of Malaysia’s most popular Island. From mesmerizing views to exciting water sports, Langkawi has everything you would like.  If you are looking for a true tropical experience, plan a three-day visit to Langkawi! 

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