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Luxury Holidays to Langkawi
A mere mention of Langkawi invokes images of tropical nirvana and blithe days under dancing palm trees. Malaysia's best-known holiday destination, Langkawi is as much about quaint Malay villages as it is about beautiful, sun-drenched beaches!
Holiday to Langkawi is a treat that loved by everyone. Its natural exquisiteness and unblemished regal splendour beguiles travellers from all corners of the world. Each year, thousands of holidaymakers travel to Langkawi to discover its many glittering gems. Besides obvious charmers like sun-kissed beaches and azure waters of the sea, Langkawi holidays offer a chance to get acquainted with a host of other tourist trappings. Galeria Perdana, Laman Padi, Langkawi Crystaal and Atma Alam Art Village are few such dazzling pearls of tourist delights that festoon the already bedecked island of Langkawi.
Climate & Best Time to Visit
Temperatures in Langkawi stay rather consistent throughout the year. The city majorly experiences two different seasons during a year - dry season and wet season. November to March is the dry season during which the weather remains mostly pleasant and a cool breeze glides throughout the region. The dry period also regarded as the best time to visit Langkawi.
Langkawi's wet season extends from the month of April till October. This is the time when the island witnesses frequent and heavy rainfall. Most tourists do not prefer to plan holidays to Langkawi during this part of the year. However, budget holidaymakers can find attractive vacation deals and packages during the time for luxury holidays in Langkawi.
Malaysia is one of those very few countries in the world that boasts people from multiple races, cultures, and even nations. In spite of heavily influenced by diverse cultures, Malaysia has managed to create its own unique identity in the world. Langkawi is no different. One can witness a beautiful riot of human colours in the city. Be it languages, music, dance or architecture - Langkawi proudly parades its multiplicity.
The multi-cultural trait of Langkawi appears alive in its food that offers wonderful gastronomic treat for all. Food served here is highly variegated and displays clear traits of Chinese, Indian and European influence. The city features a number of five-star restaurants, a string of roadside eateries, and everything in between to help one realise the culinary nirvana in the region.
British nationals do not require a visa to travel to Langkawi, Malaysia. They are usually authorization to stay for three months. For longer stays, one must get a visa from relevant authorities before travelling. For detailed entry requirements for Malaysia, log on to FCO's website.
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