What To Do In Langkawi For 3 Days
Facing the turquoise waters of the Andaman sea, surrounded by dreamy white sandy beaches and covered in lush tropical gardens – it is no shock Langkawi is high on many people’s bucket lists. Langkawi is an archipelago on Malaysia’s west coast, hosting a range of exciting excursions and experiences for all to enjoy. Three days in Malaysia’s idyllic island getaway is a great amount of time to enjoy the sights and delights.
At Paradise 101 we have created the perfect three-day itinerary that will help you explore the best that Langkawi has to offer. It might even make you want you to extend your trip for even longer!
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Day One In Langkawi
Start your first day on the island discovering diverse natural and manmade points of interests in Langkawi. Voyage around the island on a full day tour with your very own Chauffeur. Visit the places that interest you the most while you relax in the luxurious car taking in the breathtaking views of the island.
Take a trip to Mashuri’s Tomb (also known as Makam Mahsuri)
The Mashuri’s Tomb has a deep connection with the historical roots of the island. Legend believes over 200 years ago the beautiful princess Mahsuri cursed the island with seven generations of bad luck after wronging being sentenced to death by the villagers. The legend of Mahsuri is still told and believed today by locals – supposedly accounting for Langkawi’s relatively newfound success and increasing prosperity through the island surviving the curse. Explore the history with guided tours of Makam Mahsuri – a must visit when in Langkawi.
Visit Temurun Waterfall, Langkawi
Temurun is the tallest waterfall in Langkawi, the three tiers have a cumulative drop of approximately 200 meters and is over 500 million years old. Take the paved walk through the tropical forest of Mount Mat Cincang to reach the beautiful waterfall. You will discover plenty of macaque monkeys and various butterflies, birds and small animals along the way. There are seating arrangements under gazebos – ideal for a midpoint stop for a picnic before reaching the waterfall. When you reach the uppermost tier you will get to enjoy the magnificent setting. Rocky cliffs surround the crystal clear waters of the pool, which you can swim and relax within.
Langkawi Eagle Square
Eagle Square is located in Kuah Town, marked by a massive 12-meter sculpture of an eagle poised to take off. The square is landscaped area covered in terraces, beautiful ponds, fountains and footbridges. The iconic sculpture of the eagle is on the right-hand side of Kuah Jetty, the capital of Langkawi, and is surrounded by an abundance of places to shop, eat and explore, making it the perfect place to end your day .
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What To Do On Day Two In Langkawi
Are you an adventure seeker looking for exhilarating experiences? Spend the day enjoying multiple watersports on the beautiful island – Paradise 101. Paradise 101 offers a selection of exciting activities and experiences for you to explore. Hire a jet ski, taking full advantage of the speed heading out into the Andaman Sea. Experience the thrill of parasailing, viewing the spectacular seascapes whilst floating 500 feet above the water. Play your own wipeout game on Langkawi’s most exciting Aqua Park, whilst enjoying the tropical weather and cool waters of the Andaman Sea.
Finish your fun packed day by enjoying a dining experience like no other. Sail around the Southern Islands on a yacht, embracing the picturesque scenery and the quiet bay. Enjoy local cuisine served by dedicated chefs. This extraordinary private dining experience crafts special memories for all of its guests.
Day Three In Langkawi
Finish your trip taking in the breathtaking views of the island one last time before leaving. We recommend waking up early to get the most out of your last day in beautiful Langkawi (plus, you’ll get to miss the queues). Take the cable car to the top of the island. Panoramic views look over the lush island and 550-million-year-old-rocks. When you reach the top station, walk across the suspended bridge built across Machinchang Mountain. The unique experience of walking 100 meters above the tropical jungle, offers spectacular views you will never forget.
Head back down to one of Langkawi beautiful white sandy beaches to relax, rewind and reflect on your unforgettable trip with family and friends. End the day with a BBQ on the beach enjoying the natural beauty of Malaysia’s coast, before packing your bags and taking your transfer to the airport.
At Paradise 101, our team are on hand to help you create unforgettable memories with family and friends. To take a look at what else Langkawi has to offer – check out our website for more information.