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Authentically attractive, majestically appealing and picturesque are the right words to define the ethereal beauty of Langkawi beaches. White sands and blue lagoons await visitors to explore the sprinkled gorgeousness in Langkawi. Langkawi has one of the most beautiful beaches and offers picturesque views of sunsets.

Being the busiest of all beaches in Langkawi, Pantai Cenang is an ideal holiday destination for families and even kids. Soak in the sun at the beach or enjoy delectable dishes at restaurants or enjoy the underwater world with kids, this beach has it all. Standing as the best shoreline of Langkawi, Tanjung Rhu Beach proffers secluded atmosphere with crystal clear water and powdered sand. One feels really relaxing on visiting this beach.

Lying 12kn north to the Pantai Cenang Beach, Pantai Kok Beach is deal for peace lovers. Adding to its beauty are verdant jungles, quaint atmosphere and exotic sceneries. It is considered as a stupendously fantabulous place to visit.

Here is the list of best beaches in Langkawi:

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Pantai Cenang Beach

Every coastal region has the busiest beach and for Langkawi - Pantai Cenang is the one. One of the most commonly visited Langkawi attractions, Pantai Cenang attracts visitors for its cafe-restobar culture; and also because it is a 10 minutes ride from the airport. Families are often seen visiting this beach as there a number of kid-friendly attractions around such as the Underwater world, Kiki club, and the rice garden museum. No doubt Pantai Cenang beach is one of the best beaches in Langkawi.

For adults, likewise, the beach offers a number of activities to indulge in; such as watersports - parasailing and jet skiing. Similarly, the nightlife here is considered to be the liveliest in while of Langkawi.

Location:
Western shoreline of Langkawi, near Padang Matsirat international airport, Kedah

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Tanjung Rhu Beach

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Tanjung Rhu is one of the most famous Langkawi beaches. Well, rightly deserved so, the way to this beach takes tourists through dense forests. The beach has crystal clear water and refined, powder-like sand that serves as a perfect picnic destination. It remains secluded and away from the city hustle, thus providing a peaceful ambience for visitors. If you ask for the highly recommended beaches in Langkawi, Tanjung Rhu Beach is the one.

The borders of this beach are formed of limestone crags that further enhance the beauty of Tanjung Rhu, making it a great choice amongst other Langkawi attractions. There are a number of eateries at the beach where tourists can go to fill their hungry stomach after a sip into the sea water.

Location: Northern Langkawi shorelines, Jalan Tanjung Rhu, Kedah

Timing: NA

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Pantai Tengah Beach

The Pantai Tengah Beach is the longest stretch of the beach in the Langkawi. Popular amoungst the young families, the beach has a few basic chalets as well as a few big all-inclusive resorts, this is one of the best beaches in Langkawi.

Location: Pantai Tengah Beach is located just near the southern road bend of Pantai Cenang. It is believed to be the continuation of the much popular Pantai Cenang.

Highlights: If the truth be told, there is not much of sightseeing here but that of course is a case with most of the islands here in Langkawi. Despite that, it is a great place to unwind and relax. Spas are in abundance here and you can actually find a tour operator who’ll guide you across the island. Shopping outlets may be sparse but the nightlife scene is something that speaks of the vibrancy of the place.

Best Time: Open daily but definitely a must visit during the night hours.

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Datai Bay

Datai Langkawi houses some of the Langkawi Island’s most swanky and exquisite resorts i.e. The Datai and The Andaman. If you are staying here during your trip to Langkawi, there is no other place to visit besides this. Datai Bay is one of the most highly recommended Langkawi beaches.

Location: Located at the Datai area at the north western end of Langkawi, you can reach here via a taxi or a rental car along the road Jalan Datai (#161). From the Pantai Cenang, it is about a 45 minutes drive to reach the Datai beach.

Highlights: True that there are not too many tourist attractions in this quarter of Langkawi Island however, you can make your way to the Ibrahim Hussein Foundation Museum and the Langkawi Crocodile Farm that are definitely in the close proximity to the Datai Bay. You can also reach these attractions from Kuah and Pantai Kok. Several European visitors can be found here who visit the beach that brings forth breathtaking views.

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Pantai Kok Beach

Pantai Kok Beach is a home to some of the most high end and upscale resorts such as the Sheraton and Tanjung Sanctuary. This is one of the famous Beaches in Langkawi, beautiful with clear waters and clean sands and definitely a great tourist attraction. It is peaceful and calm, making it a popular spot for young couples.

Highlights: Lined with an exquisite modern marina it is further surrounded by verdant jungle and the front of it is a beautiful bay surrounded by limestone hills. It is a home to a string of shops, restaurants and bars. Besides this, there is a post office, petrol station and a bank for your easy access. Besides this, there are several other recreational attractions such as the cable-car ride to the peak of Mat Cincang Mountain and the Telaga Tujuh Waterfalls.

Location: Situated on the western part of the island it is about 12km north of Pantai Cenang.

Best Time: Those who enjoy quieter holiday destination, this is the place to be. Open Daily.

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Black Sand Beach

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Black Sand Beach is also known as the Pantai Pasir Hitam, which is one of the famous Langkawi beaches. In Malay, Pantai stands for beach, Pasir means the sand and Hitam stands for black, hence the name. There are several stories explaining the blackness of the sand. Swimming or sunbathing is not recommended here.

Highlights: The beach has small stalls and shops that are run by the local women. These women sell the local dress materials, clothes and accessories. Ideal for fishing, the beach was popular as a fishing village.

Location: Located on the Jalan Teluk Yu road the Black Sand Beach is present on the northern shoreline of Langkawi. About 20kms from Kuah Town it is situated in close proximity to the Shark Bay Beach.

Price: Entry is free

Best Time: Open 24 hours, Black Sand Beach can be visited at any hour of the day. Take note that the stalls and the shops here usually close by sunset.

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Shark Bay Beach

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Shark Bay Beach is undoubtedly the most beautiful and popular beaches in Langkawi. It gets its name, Shark Bay Beach because of the presence of few sharks made of stone. These sharks on the display at the side of the beach promenade. You’ll not get to see any real sharks here and the water is definitely very calm here. Not too long, the beach is said to be the continuation of the Black Sand Beach.

Highlights: The beach is about 200 meters long and is ideal for swimming.

Location: The Shark Bay Beach is situated on the road Jalan Teluk Yu. It is located opposite to the Cultural Craft Complex and is on the northern shoreline of Langkawi. Situated about 21kms from Kuah Town and 24kms from the airport, you can reach the beach via a taxi or a rental car.

Price: No entry fee

Best Time: Being a public beach, it is accessible 24 hours.

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Tengkorak Beach

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Tengkorak Beach is one of the most visited Langkawi beaches. It has just about everything for the beach lovers and is a favorite of locals here. From the crystal clear waters to the soft white sands and forested trees, you get everything here.

Location: Situated in the Datai area, the Tengkorak Beach is easily accessible from the road Jalan Datai (Rd #161) in northern Langkawi. This road will go all the way to the Datai Resort. You can easily get a taxi to help you reach the place. About 3 km from the Crocodile Farm, it is located just before Andaman Resort.

Highlights: It is one of the few beaches in Langkawi that has shower rooms and toilets. You can also find picnic tables in the park land and there are shaded gazebos along the beach.

Price: Entry to the beach is absolutely free

Best Time: Being a public beach, it is open 24 hours a day.

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Pebble Beach

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Pebble Beach is a beach with no sand and just pebbles and rocks. You can find rocks and pebbles of just about every shape and size, hence the name, The Pebble Beach. Not too many locals or the tourists know or visit this one of the famous Langkawi beaches. Since there is no sand, it is not ideal for swimming.

Location: Pebble Beach is situated at the north western end of Langkawi in Datai area. Situated right opposite to the Temurun waterfalls on the north shore, you can reach the beach from the Jalan Datai (road #161). You’ll have to pass through the steep natural trail that passes through a forested area for about 50 yards to the beach and is covered by trees.

Highlights: There is a make shift open-air restaurant called 3-Tiga that is situated on the trail that leads you down to the beach.

Best Time: Open 24 hours a day.

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Batu Hampar Beach

Batu Hampar Beach is a public beach that is filled with rock formations at both the ends. You can find many trees, mangroves and coconut trees here. And this is one of the highly recommended beaches in Langkawi.

Highlights: Batu Hampar Beach does not have any public facilities like shower or toilets however, since it is exclusively used by the Sheraton hotel guests, they enjoy the access to the hotel amenities including beach chairs, towels, umbrellas and even washrooms located adjacent to the beach. Chairs and umbrellas are also found here.

Location: Situated in the Pantai Kok area in a place known as the Teluk Nibong. Batu Hampar Beach on the western coastline of Langkawi, lies in front of the hotel Sherataon Langkawi Beach Resort.

Price: There is no entry fee to go to this beach.

Best Time: Batu Hampar Beach is a public beach hence you’ll find it open 24 hours of the day.

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Paradise 101

Paradise 101 is one of the most visited Langkawi beaches which offers different adventure activities like jet-skiing, scuba diving, snorkeling, etc. Whether you want to party or simply embrace the beauty of nature, this man-made beach is the perfect destination for you. The paradise has its own OMG restaurant where you can try authentic Malaysian food. 

Location: Paradise 101 Langkawi, 07000, Kedah, Malaysia

Timing: 10am to 6pm (Monday- Thursday), 10am to 8pm (Friday- Sunday)

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Pantai Rekreasi Kastam

Pantai Rekreasi Kastam is a less crowded beach, making it a perfect choice for those looking for peace and relaxation. The peaceful beach is surrounded by lush greenery near the river, so tourists usually rent deck chairs to enjoy the view of the beach.
 You can also enjoy different activities on the beach such as jet skiing, and island hopping tours. Or you can relish swimming or sunbathing to calm your mind in the peaceful water. This is one of those Langkawi beaches where you may come across kingfishers and otters.

Location: Jalan Tanjung Rhu, 07000 Langkawi, Kedah, Malaysia

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Pulau Beras Basah

Pulau Beras Basah, commonly called "The Wet Rice Island", is the perfect place for nature lovers, as it has clear blue water, and shimmering white sand offering a perfect backdrop for your picture. The lush green forest surrounding this peaceful beach enhances the relaxed atmosphere.
This is one of those beaches in Langkawi where you can relax your mind as there is not much crowd in the area. There are also other options like renting banana boats, parasailing, and jet-skis, so you don't have to get bored.

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Pentai Teluk Barau

Pentai Teluk Barau is famously known as Burau Bay beach. The beach perfectly explains the scenic beauty of nature as it is surrounded by the green forest and the second largest peak of Langkawi on the right. The peak is also connected to the cable car which creates an amazing aerial view of the beach.
 Pentai Teluk Barau is one of the best beaches in Langkawi for swimming and jet skiing as the water is very pleasant and calm. Or you can enjoy this view with a book, or sunbathe on a lounge chair. 

Location: 16, Jalan Pantai Chenang, Kampung Lubok Buaya, 07000 Langkawi, Kedah, Malaysia

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  1. Which are the best water sports to do on Langkawi Beaches?

    Here are the best water sports to do in Langkawi beaches:

    1. Parasailing: 
    Parasailing is one of the best water sports to do on Beaches in Langkawi. In this water sport, you can choose to go solo, or with other people and get the feel of flying 500 feet above the cool waters of the sea as a boat cruises beneath you. 

    2. Scuba diving: Head to the Langkawi Beaches to indulge in a thrilling scuba diving experience here. The crystal-clear waters of the Andaman Sea are perfect to take a dive and explore the deep waters. On your diving session, you can also swim past schools of fish, soak in views of colourful marine wildlife creatures and even see vibrant corals.

    3. Jet-skiing: The Langkawi Beaches are great to indulge in a jet skiing experience. All you have to do is choose a package, get yourself secured and awaken the adrenaline rush in you as you rush past the islands of Langkawi on a jet ski. You can also explore the surrounding natural landscapes like the Malay Islands, coastal mangrove forests and more while jet skiing. 

    4. Wakeboarding: Indulge in a wakeboarding experience at the beaches in Langkawi. Combining the different sports of water skiing, surfing and snowboarding, this water sport lets you explore the waves of the sea while maintaining your speed and balance. You can also enjoy views of the colourful fishes and corals while wakeboarding.

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  2. What are the things to do in Langkawi?

    1. Enjoy spectacular vistas from the Langkawi Sky BridgeWhen visiting the island, you must head to the 125-metre-long Langkawi Sky Bridge to enjoy some of the most stunning views of the region. From picturesque vistas of the Beaches in Langkawi, to the verdant Gunung Mat Cincang, the Telaga Tujuh Waterfalls and more, you can see it all from here.

    2. Visit Eagle Square:Also known as Dataran Lang, visiting Eagle Square is one of the best things to do in Langkawi. Said to be one of its most iconic spots, the square is home to a majestic statue of an eagle, which has a height of 12 metres.

    3. Explore Galeria PerdanaFounded by the former prime minister of Malaysia, the Galeria Perdana is one of the most interesting museums in Langkawi. From gifts received by the Mahatir during his time in office, to Formula One racing cars as well as other objects, the museum also has high ceilings which have been painted by hand.

    4. Take a ride on the Langkawi Cable CarWhen visiting the island, take a ride on the Langkawi Cable Car to the top of the Mat Cincang Mountain. The 15-minute journey will also offer some of the most spectacular views of the Beaches in Langkawi, along with lush rainforest canopies, cascading waterfalls and a lot more.

  3. What is the best time to visit Langkawi?

    The best time to visit Langkawi is during its dry season, between November and April, when there is plenty of sunshine and very little to no rainfall in the region. With the temperatures ranging between 25 degrees Celsius to 32 degrees Celsius, these months are great to explore Langkawi beaches, adventure sports and even head to the nearby islands.

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  4. Which are the best beaches in Langkawi for snorkeling?

    1. Tanjung Rhu Beach: The water at Tanjung Rhu Beach is very pleasant and clean which makes it one of the best beaches in Langkawi for snorkeling. The beach will introduce you to beautiful marine life such as hydrophytes, unique fishes like dolphins, flying fishes, etc. 

    2. Shark Bay Beach: The Shark Bay beach has everything to explore while snorkeling as it has peaceful and clean water and different kinds of fish like jellyfish, butterflyfish, etc. But if you are lucky enough you might get a glimpse of turtle or blacktip reef sharks in the months of April and August. 

    3. Datai Bay Beach: This beach will take you to the exotic marine life, where you find different species of fishes like butterflyfish, anemonefish, etc., and different kinds of coral reefs. While snorkeling you might get the opportunity to swim with the black-tipped baby shark and observe an underwater world that will make your heart skip a beat. 

    4. Pulau Timun: When at Pulau Timun Beach, you will get a chance to experience snorkeling in the Arabian Sea. Not only will you be able to enjoy the beautiful scenery around you, but you will also get a chance to see sea creatures like flying fish, cockles and more. 

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  5. How do you get to Langkawi?

    You can get to Langkawi by taking a direct or connecting flight to the Langkawi International Airport at Padang Matsirat. The airport connects the island to the rest of the world on a regular basis. Some major airlines that operate from India to Langkawi include Air Asia, Malaysian Airlines, Singapore Airlines, Jet Airways and more.

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  6. What is Langkawi famous for?

    Langkawi is famous for being a collection of 99 islands, in addition to ancient temples, pristine beaches, lush tropical rainforests as well as various duty-free shopping hubs. In addition to sightseeing attractions like Eagle Square, Langkawi Sky Bridge and Pantai Cenang, it is also famous for its mouth-watering cuisine and seafood. Furthermore, Langkawi also boasts of an extraordinary wildlife and bird species, from monkeys and monitor lizards, to fish eagles and more. It is also a major hub of various water sports and adventure activities, including surfing, scuba diving, snorkelling, canoeing, etc.

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  7. Which are the best beach resorts in Langkawi?

    1. The Danna Langkawi: The Danna Langkawi resort is only 10.6 km from the airport which makes it the closest resort to the airport. It is in the middle of a mountain on a private beach which gives direct access to its guests. In addition, the guests can choose their preferred view when booking their rooms.

    2. Four Seasons Resort Langkawi: The Four Seasons Resort Langkawi is situated in lush vegetation and landscaped gardens. It is a modern lifestyle destination with its different rooms offering beach views, mountain views, etc. It also provides amenities like fitness facilities, a spa, a pool, and many more. In addition to these facilities, you can also dine at three dining restaurants at the resort, which will serve authentic Malaysian dishes.

    3. The Frangipani Langkawi Resort & Spa: The resort has its own beach which is only for the guests where they can enjoy different water sports. It has all kinds of rooms in it like garden view, sea-facing, beach facing, etc. They also provide a fitness center, pools, spa, etc. The property also recycles waste and contributes to the preservation of the environment.

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  8. Which Langkawi beach is best known for swimming?

    Shark Bay Beach is one of the best beaches for swimming as the water on the beach is very relaxing and clean. The beach doesn’t have much crowd which allows one to admire the environment. You can also enjoy a picnic, snorkeling, sunbath, etc.

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