Map of hotels on
"A detailed map of Langkawi is undoubtedly a must-have, especially if you’re visiting this tropical island for the very first time. Housing a number of towns with local street signs that are set along lush rainforests, expansive beaches and unique waterfalls, finding your way around can be a rather daunting task."
The tax free island of Langkawi
has beautiful resorts. The island has many coves, lagoons and inlets
make it ideal for all kinds of water sports such as swimming, sailing, fishing
and scuba diving.
The isles of Langkawi - ninety nine of them, are tucked into the northwest
corner of the peninsula and nestled on the Thai-Malaysian sea border.
Unspoilt and rustic, it is a tropical paradise spectacularly endowed by
nature, one where crystal clear emerald waters, azure skies, lush green
vegetation and fantastic limestone formations can be found.
On this map you can find the location of your resort.
The range of accommodation at
Langkawi is wide-ranging and caters to budgets of all levels. It includes
five-star hotels/resorts such as the Andaman Resort, The Datai, Sheraton
Langkawi Beach and Perdana Resorts.
There are also
budget-style accommodation including family chalets and government rest houses.
All hotels are strategically located along luxurious seafronts.
Also the capitol city of Kuah and the International Airport are on this map.
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||Langkawi International Airport
||Mahsuri International Exhibition Centre
||Mutiara Barau Bay
||Pelangi Beach Resort
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Of the 104 islands, only two are
populated. Langkawi is one, and it is by far the largest island of all, at
around 478.5 square kilometers. The interior of the island is hilly with
dense forestation. Hardly surprising, as its equatorial climate favors
plants with thick foliage. It sees lots of rain from April to October while
its dry season is much drier than most areas of Peninsular Malaysia. Almost
all the surrounding islands are not habitable as they are merely tiny