Langkawi is one of the biggest tourist destinations in Malaysia. In this video, we’re listing down for you the things to do in Langkawi!➡️SUBSCRIBE for more ...
If you are planning a trip to Langkawi, let me share some interesting places to go and things to do while you are there.
YB. Dato’ Sri Hajah Nancy Shukri, Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture has confirmed that Langkawi will be open to all domestic tourists who can fulfil the SOP criteria from around Malaysia on this coming 16th of Septembar 2021, with the exception of those who are in EMCO (Enhanced Movement Control Order) or “Perintah Kawalan Pergerakan Diperketatkan” (PKPD)
Tourists visiting or staying in Cenang Beach will have an ample selection of duty-free stores. All of them that I talk about below are on Jalan Pantai Cenang and are close to each other, making it easy to compare prices. Remember that the typical alcohol allowance is 1 litre per person when returning to other cities in Malaysia.