Comprised of 99 islands (five more at low tide) on Malaysia’s western coast, Langkawi is the postcard image of a tropical paradise. With Langkawi Island as a base, travelers come from around the globe to explore the archipelago. These are some of your best island-hopping options.
Singa Besar Island (Pulau Singa Besar)
Between Pulau Dayang Bunting and Pulau Beras Basah, Malaysia
Those who visit Singa Besar Island’s shores often do so as part of an island-hopping tour taking in the other islands in the region. Alternatively, if you’re traveling as part of a group, you can hire an eight- or 12-person boat from Langkawi. Visitors should be aware that there are no amenities on Singa Besar Island and they should also be careful to take all rubbish with them when they leave the island.
Frequently Asked Questions
The answers provided below are based on answers previously given by the tour provider to customers’ questions.
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- Dayang Bunting Lake (Tasik Dayang Bunting)
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- Rice Museum (Laman Padi Langkawi)
- Mahsuri's Tomb (Makam Mahsuri)
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- Pulau Payar Marine Park
- Eagle Square (Dataran Lang)
- Lagenda Park (Taman Lagenda)
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- Seven Wells Waterfall (Telaga Tujuh Waterfall)
- Mt. Machinchang (Gunung Mat Chinchang)
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