- 1 Which is cheaper Bali or Langkawi?
- 2 Which is better Bali or Malaysia?
- 3 Is Langkawi worth visiting?
- 4 Is Langkawi dangerous?
- 5 Is Langkawi good for honeymoon?
- 6 Where is Langkawi situated?
- 7 Is Malaysia a poor country?
- 8 Is Malaysia safer than Thailand?
- 9 Who brought Islam to Malaysia?
- 10 Is Langkawi expensive?
- 11 Which month is best in Langkawi?
- 12 Are there snakes in Langkawi?
- 13 Are there sharks in Langkawi?
- 14 Why is Langkawi famous?
- 15 Are there crocodiles in Langkawi?
Which is cheaper Bali or Langkawi?
Pricewise, Bali is cheaper too. Peoplewise, Balinese are much more friendlier and jovial. I can think of only 2 advantage Langkawi has over Bali. Car rental in Langkawi is cheaper (if you drive yourself) and Langkawi has a cable car ride which Bali don’t have.
Which is better Bali or Malaysia?
In terms of shopping, nightlife, and dining, Bali is definitely cheaper than Malaysia. In Bali, you can opt to stay at a homestay or a budget hotel that offers a shared pool and free breakfast. Also, adventure activities like surfing, snorkeling, and scuba diving cost less in Bali as compared to Malaysia.
Is Langkawi worth visiting?
Langkawi is an ideal place to drive a car or motorcycle. But don’t let this bit of information deter you from exploring the island, because it’s definitely still worth visiting. The most convenient and practical way to go around the island is to drive a rental car or motorcycle.
Is Langkawi dangerous?
Langkawi is generally safe but common sense should be used. The biggest health risk on Langkawi is from jellyfish and they have become an increasingly dangerous hazard for a large part of the year.
Is Langkawi good for honeymoon?
According to my experience, Langkawi is one of the best places for a honeymoon trip.
Where is Langkawi situated?
Langkawi, officially known as Langkawi the Jewel of Kedah (Malay: Langkawi Permata Kedah) is an archipelago of 104 islands in the Andaman Sea, some 30 km off the mainland coast of northwestern Malaysia.
Is Malaysia a poor country?
Poverty in Malaysia is a controversial economic issue. Malaysia’s total population is 31 million as of 2015, of which 0.6% live below the national poverty line. Malaysia has grown rapidly in terms of economic development. An indicator is that in 2014, 65.6% of the population aged 15 years and above were employed.
Is Malaysia safer than Thailand?
Statistically, Malaysia is probably safer than Thailand. But if you consider how much partying, drinking and prostitution goes on in Thailand, it’s actually not bad at all. How safe is it to travel in big cities like Bangkok and Kuala Lumpur? Very safe.
Who brought Islam to Malaysia?
Islam is thought to have been brought to Malaysia around the 12th century by Indian traders. In the early 15th century the Malacca Sultanate, commonly considered the first independent state in the peninsula, was founded.
Is Langkawi expensive?
Langkawi is relatively expensive if to compare with KL – a city with higher cost of living. My 1st visit to Langkawi was in 1989 and had been visiting the island for more than 10 times ever since and KL being my birthplace; if I were to compare the rising cost on food and hotel accommodation, Langkawi wins.
Which month is best in Langkawi?
Best Time to Go to Langkawi Between the months of November and April, Langkawi weather is a good balance of sunshine and light rainfall, making it the best time to head there for holiday. Temperatures are fairly consistent during the day, ranging from 30°C to 35°C while at night, between 28°C and 29°C.
Are there snakes in Langkawi?
The Reticulated Python Is the largest snake on the Island and they are the longest snakes in the world. The largest captured on Langkawi was measured at 8.40m! Some of the other snake are the Red-tailed Racer, Oriental Whip Snake and Kukri snakes.
Are there sharks in Langkawi?
Sharks and crocs are not in the waters of Langkawi anymore. At the area where you intend to go many people go for a swim directely from the beach and I would say it must be very safe.
Why is Langkawi famous?
Constituting 99 islands in Malaysia’s west coast, Langkawi is famous for its mystical legends, exquisite beaches, pristine rainforests and superb duty-free shopping! Interspersed with lush tropical rainforests, the islets are also home to staggering cliffs that dramatically jut out of the turquoise placid waters.
Are there crocodiles in Langkawi?
Long time ago, Langkawi is a breeding area for Salt water crocodile because of healthy ecosystem and its large mangrove forest,over the years the population of crocodile reduced due to rapid urban development and too many boats and their habitat is shrinking.