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Things to do in Langkawi 2021 during COVID 19

Do you want to break these quarantine shells? Are you thinking of taking a trip to Langkawi, Malaysia? If yes, you have made an excellent decision, and you’re in for an exciting experience! 

Langkawi is one of Malaysia’s most popular tourist destinations. The steep mountains and white beaches make it an attractive destination for travelers from around the globe.

The islands are home to the finest tropical rainforests, white-sand beaches, and unusual geological formations developed over thousands of years. 

Seeing the wide bays packed with verdant islets will take you to a movie set on a forgotten island. Don’t we all want to live out that island holiday fantasy, surfing the waves or hiking through a forest valley? 

Yes, we do! But is there much to do in Langkawi, especially during a pandemic? Well, the answer is yes! 

Here are some unique yet amazing things to do in Langkawi during Covid-19.


There’s no better way to start your journey.

As you ride the gondola up to the peak, take in the beautiful views of the jungle and the ocean. You may ride in a gondola with a transparent glass floor for an extra 50 RM.

Note: Arrive early in the morning to escape the crowd. If you visit during peak hours, you may also purchase an express lane ticket, which reduces your wait time.

Wind down at Pantai Cenang

After a long day, relax by watching the sunset outside one of the island’s most stunning beaches. Pantai Cenang is conveniently positioned on the west side of the island, near most cafes, restaurants, music bars. 

The 2km strip of white sand is the most popular tourist destination on the island, creating a vibrant, entertaining environment.

Visit Earth’s Paradise

Paradise 101 is a private day resort island that is ideal for your long-awaited relaxing vacation. It is one of the most recent tourist attractions for relaxation and enjoyment. 

The eco-friendly island provides enjoyable sporting activities for you and your family to enjoy. The site is full of adrenaline, from the banana boat ride to the jet ski ride and snorkeling.

Paradise 101 is in Pantai Kok, near Telega Harbor, and is easily accessible by boat shuttle in a couple of minutes. 

You may spend the entire day playing sports and enjoying the island’s beautiful sea. At night, you may join the exclusive island party to make the most of your visit.

Oriental Village 

One of the great things to do in Langkawi is to go to Oriental Village.

Langkawi’s Oriental Village is located at the base of the cable car. The Oriental Village is a tourist attraction featuring a variety of activities, shops, and restaurants.

Oriental Village is a great area to go if you want to acquire some souvenirs or do some shopping. It’s one of the greatest Langkawi activities for families. 

There are also a few arcades and attractions available, such as 5D immersive rides.

Eagle Square is number nine.

Dataran Lang, also known as Eagle Square, is essentially a massive eagle monument facing out to sea, about to take flight. Langkawi’s symbol is an eagle. 

According to legend, the name “Langkawi” was derived from the Malay terms “helang” for eagle and “kawi” for reddish-brown.

It is arguably the most identifiable landmark on the island and draws scores of people, especially after sunset.

The magnificent bird may be seen all around the island, but as previously said, one of the finest sites to view the feed is the Kilim Geopark.

Tour of the Langkawi Mangroves

The northeast coast of Langkawi is covered in the deep mangrove forest, which is vital to the island’s environment. 

The Mangrove is a UNESCO Global Geopark, which means it is a protected environment that can only be reached by boat. 

A mangrove tour is an excellent opportunity to learn about flora and creatures and how they all interact in the ecosystem.

Highly trained guides will take you on a boat ride through the mangroves, explaining why these places are so important to the island, before arriving at the wonderfully tranquil crystal pool. 

Eat Locally on Langkawi

Eating the native cuisine is without a doubt one of the nicest things to do in Langkawi. Local lunch venues may be found all across Langkawi. They are frequently open-air, with a large buffet table serving hot fish, crabs, chicken, and beef curries.

Grab a plate and dive in; when you sit down, someone will tally up your total. It will be one of the most affordable meals on the island. 

It’s a local experience, and there aren’t many outsiders here. Never fear; Langkawians will gladly welcome you to eat with them.

Sunset boat ride

Taking one of the many boat cruises available on the island is one of the most popular things to do in Langkawi. 

Various cruises are offered, including island-hopping on and off cruises, luxury sunset cruises, and mangrove excursions.

A hop-on, hop-off cruise allows you to visit some biodiverse waterways and islands that encircle Langkawi, including freshwater lakes and islands known for their corals and abundant marine life.


There is a lot to do in Langkawi, Malaysia, from the cable car and a magnificent sky bridge perched in the clouds to spas, mangrove excursions, island hopping, and marketplaces!

Make sure to visit and do all of the stuff mentioned above to make sure you have fun.

If you want to top up the fun, you should try Panorama Langkawi. Their services range from one one-of-a-kind cab to thriller Sky glide! But mind you, it’s for the adventurous only!

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