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Langkawi Speedboat & Ferry Travel to/from Phuket, Phi Phi, Lanta, Koh Lipe and More!

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Langkawi Speedboat & Ferry Travel to/from Phuket, Phi Phi, Lanta, Koh Lipe and More!

Speedboat & Ferry travel to and from Langkawi is incredible. In fact, by speedboat & ferry is really the number one way to travel - the wonderful seascapes and scenes, the experience of sea travel, and the unsurpassing beauty of the surrounding islands. Most of the ferries are 130-plus passenger ferries that sail from shore to shore majestically and so effortlessly. It truly is a joy to experience. Langkawi is so popular, with her combination of great shopping and exquisite natural beauty. And what better way to arrive than by speedboat & ferry - the sights will excite you as you sail up to her shores. Stepping off at Awana Pier, you can easily get to where you want to go (we often go straight to Eagle Square just for fun, then check into our hotels straight after)!

Each speedboat & ferry selected by us at phuketferry.com is strong and fast, and contains all up-to-date navigation and passenger safety equipment. On the day of your speedboat & ferry journey either to or from Langkawi, make sure that you are at your pier at least 45 minutes before departure. This is an important request from the speedboat & ferry operators. Make sure that you have printed your phuketferry.com e-ticket, so that you can show to the speedboat & ferry staff, and the rest will be plain sailing! 

From Langkawi via speedboat & ferry to Koh Lipe it takes around 2 hours. Then your speedboat & ferry will take you to Trang (4 hours), Koh Mook (5 hours), Koh Kradan (5:30 hrs), Koh Ngai (6 hrs), Koh Lanta (7 hrs), Phi Phi Island (8 hours) and all the way to Phuket (9 hours). Honestly speaking, travelling by Andaman Sea to these amazing places is the way to go. 

There's nothing more amazing than to sit upon a speedboat & ferry and witness the beautiful archepelago that contains the islands. You have options of sitting on comfortable chairs inside with air conditioning, or up on the speedboat & ferry deck where the sun is (make sure you wear your sunscreen). Be sure to take note of our Travel Tips so that you are well prepared for the journey. And have a great time! This is one experience to never forget!

Langkawi Information

Langkawi, the "Pearl of Kedah". Culturally rich, and the main island in an archepelago of 99 other islands that are just 30km from the northwest of Malaysia. Declared a "tax-free" island in 1987 to attract global tourism and bring the wealth of nations to her shores, Langkawi is spectacular in its own right. Beautiful beaches, splendid attractions (check out the Underwater World), historic sites, buzzing nightlife and extensive duty-free shopping opportunities are only some of the reasons why Langkawi is becoming so popular. Langkawi is best reached by ferry, and that's where we come in. We love connecting folks to this amazing place because we know what's in store - amazing experiences and memories.

Langkawi Highlights

Langkawi Langkawi Duty-Free Shopping

Langkawi Duty-Free Shopping
Langkawi has a great variety of shopping opportunities and department stores to rival the big cities. With the added pull of the white sandy beaches and natural diversity, you can see why Langkawi is such great place to visit! All kinds of beverages, clothing, accessories, local crafts, and jewellry items can be purchased at excellent prices. Make sure your shopping is done in the malls such as Pantai Cenang , Langkawi Parade Megamall, or Saga Shopping Center so you can be sure of the prices (its too expensive near the pier). If you're staying in Langkawi for shopping reasons, there's a host of high quality hotels nearby that will make your stay memorable too.

Langkawi Langkawi Top Attractions

Langkawi Top Attractions
There is a whole lot to do in Langkawi, starting with Malaysia's largest Underwater Aquarium. Separated into three sections (Tropical Rainforest, Sub-Antarctic and Temperate sections), it really is a good day out. With educational areas, a 3D theatre, and an impressive array of wildlife from penguins to pufferfish, stingrays to sharks, you'll not be disappointed. Alternatively, travel to the Oriental Village, an open air complex surrounded by a beautiful lake with lots of galleries and handicraft stores to peruse. The Langkawi Cable Car and Sky Bridge starts here too; a wonderful trip up to the peak of Mount Mat Cincang for magnificent views of the rainforest, lanscapes and skyline. At the top there's a bridge that connects to a neighboring mountain - awesome views for an awesome day!

Langkawi Langkawi Tour Ideas

Langkawi Tour Ideas
There's plenty to see in Langkawi. Day tours are aplenty, offering combinations of attractions all packaged up for you to experience. Make sure you get to see Eagle Square, with the gigantic eagle statue and artistially designed collage of fountains. Or you can take a 4-5 hour Mangrove Tour and get to feed some real eagles instead, which is an experience to remember. Then there's the 7 hour Pular Payar Marine Park tour consisting of awesome snorkeling opportunities in the best waters in the region - they are literally teaming with tropical sea life variety - and you'll find beaches you've only dreamed of. Finally, there's some splendid sunset cruises to enjoy. Interested?

Langkawi Langkawi Local Life

Langkawi Local Life
In old Malay, "Langkawi" means "reddish-brown eagle", and there are 19 varieties of eagle here to see in full flight, soaring and swooping, with avid photographers are always looking for those perfect eagle photos on the land below. Oh, then there's the 500 species of butterfly and 200 bird species all living in the lush forests and woodlands. If you're feeling adventurous, there are mountain bike trails to be ridden - you can sign up for various cycling tours or go it alone. Or why not get to know how some of the local 150,000 plus Langkawians live. Langkawi is a place of rich ethnic culture and history, with traditional dress, food, festivals, indigenous music and dancing. Local handicrafts include woodcarving, silversmithing and weaving. 

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