Langkawi Hotels near Kuah
Kuah is tucked into the southwest corner of Langkawi in Malaysia, the island’s main town. Visitors are attracted to its beautiful jetty, which is also the location of the Jetty Point Mall, which stocks many duty-free articles. One can also see spectacular views of distant islets and mountains from the jetty. Kuah is famous for CHOGM Park, built to commemorate the 1989 Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting. Kuah has many other alluring attractions, including the Kompleks Jeti Pelancongan tourism complex, and, of course, excellent duty-free shops, bars, and seafood restaurants. ... Read more »
Kuah Top 3
- Shoot unforgettable pictures of the colossal, 12 metre high Kuah “Sea Eagle Statue” in Dataran Lang, an outstanding symbol of the island.
- Get familiar with local folklore at the 50-hectare Lagenda Langkawi Dalam Taman Theme Park, a professionally landscaped folklore-themed park on Kuah beach.
- Gaze in amazement at the majestic Langkawi Al-Hana Mosque, with its huge onion-shaped gold dome
Ferries are the most popular and convenient means of transport to get to Kuah and back. Daily services are available from Satun (Thailand) as well as Penang, Kuala Perlis, and Kuala Kedah (Malaysia). Taxis are available for hire at the main Kuah ferry terminal and all other popular resorts of Langkawi. A bus service is also available, but be prepared to wait a little longer between buses. Fortunately, Langkawi’s roads are well maintained, so hiring a motorcycle or car to move around is a smart alternative, given the fairly large size of the island.« Hide