Why Langkawi

Imagine soft, white sands, the sea song of the waves hitting the shore, the scent of salt on a gentle breeze and the russet hues of a sunset caressing your cheeks. If you can envision this, then a beach wedding is the perfect setting for the best day of your life.
Langkawi is an archipelago of 99 islands in the Andaman Sea. Langkawi, with it’s white sandy beaches and sunsets that explode with a gold and crimson radiance, has become the Number 1 choice for a wedding destination in South East Asia. It is an island filled with fascinating legends, and the peaceful landscape of paddy fields surrounded by natural tropical forestry and mangroves with its flora and fauna is simply breathtaking. You are spoiled for accommodation choices, ranging from luxurious hotels, beach resorts to privately owned bungalows and traditional Malay homes. To top it all, it is a duty free island. It is no wonder why Langkawi has become a favourite wedding destination for many couples near and far.


Malaysia is made up of multi ethnicity and it’s reflected on it’s food variety. We recommend Orkid Ria Seafood Restaurant a Chinese family-run joint with fresh seafood and good food, a nice write up from the most recent reviewKuah area seafood restaurant, we recommend Teo Seafood Restaurant , Root Tian Seafood Restaurant, and try Wan Thai Restaurant, it’s at Kuah town, for great Thai food and good value.

 For Asian Western cuisine, cocktail and sunset, go to The Cliff Restaurant or Pizza, beer and sunset, go to Yellow Cafe / Thirstday Bar / Hidden Langkawi at Pantai Cenang.

Wednesday,Friday and Saturday night outdoor market is a good way to sample it all, check out this review.

For a modern Langkawi dinning you can try Visibility of other food, Thai Pavilion and The Gulai House situated in the heart of a 10-million year old rainforest at The Datai Langkawi. Jala Restaurant a Malay and Western seafood experience, complemented by an extravagant fresh seafood display at The Andaman Resort. Ikan-Ikan highlights authentic Malay cuisine and Asian Western cuisine is featured at Kelapa Grill at Four Seasons Resort Langkawi. For more information about the island and eat & drink in Langkawi click into Langkawi Link to explore more. For Italian dining you can try The Terrace at The Danna Resort Langkawi Or the Gallo Nero Restaurant near the Smith House Hotel.


A natural paradise, Langkawi boasts magnificent limestone formations, mysterious caves, mesmerising waterfalls, labyrinth of secret mangrove water channels and sleepy villages surrounded by vast paddy fields. So if you are staying a little longer, it’s definitely worth to explore the island.

Take a ride with the Southeast Asia’s steepest cable car and admire the magnificent view from the 550 million years old mountain range Machinchang with spectacular sights of the Seven Wells Waterfall.  Enjoy a romantic horse ride from the Perdana Stables through jungle all the way to the dreamy coastline nearby Telaga Harbour.

Explore the The Kilim Karst Geoforest Park with spectacular rock formations flanking a mangrove forest that teems with white-bellied sea eagles, brahminy kites, herons, kingfishers, fiddler crabs and the bizarre walking fishes.

Join a deep-sea fishing trip or discover aboard a speed boat the southern archipelago with tiny picturesque islands and the Dayang Bunting Marble Geoforest Park with a mysterious lake steeped in legends. For a more leisurely experience of the Langkawi Archipelago, book a day cruise or enjoy a sunset or dinner cruise.

Available is also private helicopter sightseeing, guided Jet Ski tours, paragliding and canopy adventures.

We will be delighted to arrange any activities for you. Make sure you pack light, comfortable wear and sunscreen. A good pair of shoes is highly recommended.