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Which Airlines Operate Flights To Langkawi From The UK?

  • Malaysia Airlines
  • China Southern Airlines
  • British Airways
  • Singapore Airlines
  • Emirates
  • KLM
  • Turkish Airlines

Are There Any Direct Flights From UK To Langkawi?

There are no direct flights from the United Kingdom to Langkawi. Connecting flights are offered by Malaysia Airlines, China Southern Airlines and British Airways, among others.

What Is The Minimum Flight Duration From UK To Langkawi?

  • With Malaysia Airlines, the flight duration from London Heathrow to Langkawi is 15 hours and 25 minutes. Kuala Lumpur is the stopover.
  • The flight duration from London Gatwick to Langkawi is 18 hours and 25 minutes. Turkish Airlines and Malaysia Airlines offer code-shared flights that fly via Istanbul and Kuala Lumpur.
  • The minimum flight time from Manchester to Langkawi is 17 hours and 45 minutes. These flights are code-shared between KLM and Malaysia Airlines. These are two-stop flights with stopovers in Amsterdam and Kuala Lumpur.
  • From Birmingham to Langkawi, KLM and Malaysia Airlines offer code-shared flights that take 17 hours and 35 minutes via Amsterdam and Kuala Lumpur.
  • From Edinburgh, it takes 18 hours and 5 minutes for a code-shared flight with KLM and Malaysia Airlines. This is the shortest flight for the route and flies via Amsterdam and Kuala Lumpur.

When Is The Best Time To Visit Langkawi?

In case you wish for a sun-soaked holiday with lots of outdoor activity, then plan to visit Langkawi between January and March. This is considered high or peak season as during these three months tourists get good rainless dry temperatures (averaging 29 °C). The general public holidays typically coincide with the tourist peak season. However the mid-season, which continues from April to August, is also a tourist friendly time to visit the city, as it offers occasional cloudy and rainy days alongside pleasant evenings. The temperature remains more or less the same throughout the year. Rainfall and humidity make all the difference.

Which Is The Cheapest Time Of Year To Fly To Langkawi?

The rainy season hinders the outdoor sightseeing and related activities of travellers which is why many prefer to travel during the dry season. However, a trip to Langkawi during the rainy season (early September to early November) may turn out to be good for your budget. Prices may drop during the low-season. The average temperature hangs around 28 °C.

Which Is The Main International Airport In Langkawi?

The Langkawi International Airport is the receiving airport for cheap flights to Langkawi. The airport is conveniently located in the Padang Matsirat region, about 10 kilometres from the Langkawi city centre. Its IATA code is LGK.

Which Are The Major Tourist Attractions In Langkawi?


With a good number of islands clustered together, it is hard to decide which beach to visit first. Langkawi offers lush green tropical forests along with white sand beaches, mangroves and waterfalls that fall over limestone cliffs creating an epic scene to be witnessed. The most notable ones include the Cenang Beach, the Tengah Beach and the Black Sand Beach. Venues for taking a stretch after a day well-spent lounging out in the sun include the Rumah Holistic, Ishan Malaysian Spa, Casa del Mar, Tanjung Rhu and the Alun-Alun Spa.

While the white sand beaches of Langkawi are the main attractions, you should not miss out on the pristine beaches like Pantai Tenga and Tanjung Rhu for an ultimate fun-filled time. The Telaga Tujuh is one of the most beautiful waterfalls in the land. It is a series of seven natural connected pools which gives it its name Telaga Tujuh. Kayaking through the mangroves gives an experience like no other place does where you plainly move through mangroves and observe the bizarre world of saline waterfall plants and uproots that will be seen like never before.

Pastoral Regions and Nature Reserves:

If tourists have had enough of the coasts, the option is always open for heading towards green areas instead. The Herbwalk Centre has local herbs on display, being tended to by a doctor herbalist. On the other hand, the Lagenda Park features some of the largest sculptures in the region. Towards the outskirts and surrounding villages, the paddy rice plantations of the locals show the indigenous way of living which has been followed throughout the island’s history, a fact that finds its official representation in the form of the Rice Museum. With the sprawling tropical environment across the islands, there are numerous forests teeming with green vegetation. Places to explore the green wilderness at Langkawi include the Gunung Mat Cincang Mountain (the highest peak in the region) and the Gunung Raya trails. Jungle trekking gives you a revitalizing experience all together by means of well oxygenated trails in a tropical rain forest bearing temperate climate. The Langkawi Wildlife Park focuses mostly on being a sanctuary for the local birdlife, while for topography one can head to Kilim Karst Geoforest Park.

Architectural Landmarks and Sites for Families:

Development infrastructure is a main hallmark at certain locations such as the Langkawi Sky Bridge. The Langkawi Cable Cars offer panoramic views through the valleys which include Telaga Tujuh Waterfalls and the Temurun Waterfall. The Cable Car and Sky Bridge showcase an overall breathtaking view of the island with a mesmerizing 360 degree view of blossoming emerald world under you as the naked eye witnesses white sand beaches around this foliage. One of the main official landmarks is the Eagle Square, consisting of a large sculptured model of an eagle centred at a penta-star shaped pier. The Langkawi Underwater is worth a trip if you are to multiply the joy and experience that you will have in Langkawi, especially with children. Langkawi Night Market and Kuah Town are other remarkable places to be visited as they are the commercial hubs of the island and offer many hotels, restaurants and shops for the locals and tourists alike.

Heritage Centres:

Air Hangat Village and the Langkawi Oriental Village are heritage sites set for interacting with the local culture at Langkawi. The Ibrahim Hussein Foundation Museum and the Galeria Perdana are impressive features for tourists to explore Langkawi’s artistic and cultural treasures.

Which Events And Festivals Are Celebrated In Langkawi?

Langkawi is the land of major events and back to back festivals which attracts travellers from across the world who crave to learn and participate in such interactive experiences of diverse religious and cultural backgrounds. The celebrations turn the most peaceful land into a melting pot of multicultural performances.

Events like Hari Raya, Eid, New Year, Deepavali, Christmas and Holi are celebrated all over Malaysia. Not only this, Langkawi also holds its own internationally recognized sports festival with enthusiastic participations from the locals as well as interested tourists. Golf contests, water sports, track lope, food fiestas and aerospace and naval exhibitions are some of the highlights. In addition to that, yacht sailing is a unique prospect in Langkawi that is not available to the Malaysian islands making it a worthwhile experience for the tourists. Different yacht sailing and other sailing events are held throughout the year creating a lively atmosphere in the city.

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