LANGKAWI ISLAND RESORT IN MALAYSIA, 3 DAYS LUXURY PACKAGE WITH 3* ACCOMODATION, BREAKFAST AND TOUR ISLAND INCLUDED

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LANGKAWI ISLAND RESORT IN MALAYSIA, 3 DAYS LUXURY PACKAGE WITH 3* ACCOMODATION, BREAKFAST AND TOUR ISLAND INCLUDED

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Rs. 6,100
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25%
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Destinations: 
Rs. 4,600
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Overview

Inclusions:

    2 Nights stay with breakfast in Aseana (3*)
    Airport Transfers
    Half Day Sightseeing : Around the Island tour


Exclusions:

    Airfare, Airport Taxes
    Visas & Overseas Travel Insurance
    Meals other than mentioned in the itinerary
    High Season, Trade Fair & Special Event surcharge
    Anything not specifically mentioned in the Price Includes section.
    Island Hoping Tour
    Mangrove Forest & Eagle watching (At Additional Cost)

Langkawi Leisure 
2 Night / 3 Days
Langkawi 
Rs 4,600 Per Adult (Valid till 30thst Sep 2013)

Malaysia, Langkawi, Kualalumpur, Agents, Visa, Package

Langkawi the Island resort of Malaysia offers a wide range of water sports and activities. Luxuriate on the beautiful beaches of Langkawi for a relaxing beach holiday.

Day 1: Arrive Langkawi

Arrive into Langkawi, an island of legends and myths. Langkawi has some of Asia’s best beaches and virgin rainforests thriving with wildlife. You will be met transferred to your hotel. In the afternoon enjoy the panoramic tour of Langkawi Island, visiting Laman Padi, Tomb of Mahsuri, Eagle Square, the landmark of Langkawi, Kuah town with its many duty free shops and handicraft centers. Overnight in Langkawi.

Day 2: Langkawi

The day is free for you to explore Langkawi on your own. Or choose from one of the many optional tours offered by us. Enjoy a halfday Island Hopping tour, which visits nearby islands and cruise along the beautiful Langkawi archipelago. Or enjoy a relaxing boat Mangrove Cruise on the Klim River. Overnight in Langkawi.

Day 3:Depart Langkawi

Today you will be transferred to Langkawi airport for your flight home with fond memories of your holiday. Or you could choose to extend your holiday to Penang or Singapore.

Beaches

Pantai Cenang - The most popular beach in Langkawi, features fine powdery sand and many beachfront restaurants and bars. Located at the south-western tip of the island, 2 km long.

Pantai Tengah - Located just south of and contiguously with Pantai Cenang. 1 km long. Means ‘Middle Beach’. Peaceful and tranquil alternative to the hustle and bustle of Pantai Cenang. All inclusive resorts popular with families.

Pantai Kok - Isolated, relatively undisturbed stretch of beach in the western part of Langkawi Island, 12km north of Pantai Cenang. Telaga Harbour as well cable-car ride to the peak of Mat Cincang Mountain and the Telaga Tujuh Waterfalls are located here.

Practically all resorts have their own restaurants and some tourists choose to eat in, but there are a many other options as well. Be adventurous and strike out on your own to savour the numerous foods at the stalls and restaurants all over Langkawi. Try one of the many seafood restaurants. Having said that, beware of certain restaurants advertised in the brochures targeting tourists. An example of such restaurant is the 'Coco Beach Restaurant', close to the airport.

If you choose order seafood or fish, take note if the price is by weight or by a set price for the dish. The unwary can be hit with a much larger bill than expected. Also, beware of restaurants telling you that they only have the bigger size lobsters available, as that is what they tell everyone (a common practice at Coco Beach Restaurant and Palm View Restaurant, at Pantai Cenang). When your lobster or crab is served, you will discover that you will definitely be paying for 900g of shell instead of meat! To counter this, order fish, squid and prawns to be safe.

Because of Langkawi's tax-free status, alcohol is much cheaper than in the rest of Malaysia. Religious Muslims do not consume alcoholic drinks, and while they do tolerate non Muslims who do, try not to behave in a rowdy imbibed manner near them, their houses, mosques, and please respect local culture and communal sensitivities. For those living on a budget, you can obtain alcohol at cheap prices from the local duty free shops - the larger the outlets, the lower the prices. Expect to pay RM25 for 1L Absolut, RM45 for 1L Kahlua, RM60 for 1L Bailey's, RM57 for Chivas Regal and RM2-12for 330 ml can beer.

Despite low alcohol prices, Langkawi is predominantly popular with couples and families. Single travellers and backpackers may therefore be disappointed with the lack of nightlife. Most bars remain empty, particularly in the low season, and the 1-2 nightclubs may only seem worthwhile in the peak season, and even then only on Friday or Saturday nights. Overall, Langkawi provides a family-friendly alternative to Thai locations such as Phuket and Koh Samui.

Tanjung Rhu - northernmost tip of the island. Centuries-old limestone caves, mangroves, waterways, limestone crags and sandy beaches make it a nature lover's paradise. This beach is made up of 2 long stretches that include Tanjong Rhu Resort and Four Seasons..

Datai Bay - The most expensive resorts are located here.

Burau Bay - Beach lined with rocky outcrops located at the West Coast of Langkawi. Nearby Burau island is also a roosting place for migratory birds.

Pantai Pasir Hitam - Means ‘Black Sand’. The sand is mixed in white and black shades, due to rich tin and iron ore deposits.

Pasir Tengkorak - Very beautiful small beach in the North of the island.

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