Malaysia combines the magic of old and new elements. Visitors are primarily attracted by pulsating cities that boast dazzling skyscrapers and colonial architecture. This gorgeous country has world-class shopping malls, golden, arching mosques, Hindu temples, busy markets and futuristic buildings that pierce the sky. Worth mentioning is also the great cuisine, so diverse thanks to the composition of the population. You can rest on the long, almost deserted beaches of Langkawi, an archipelago of 99 islands located off the western coast of Malaysia. The main island, named Langkawi, has a beautiful shore lined with fine sand and swaying palms. Lovers of luxury can choose from several top-class hotels of global brands. Active travellers are attracted to explore the rich marine life, local waterfalls and caves, as well as temples.
Weather and location
Tropical monsoon climate, with temperatures reaching 27–30 °C throughout the year. Air humidity is increased in Malaysia, with higher probability of rainfalls. Precipitation is evenly spread throughout the year, and it is therefore impossible to state the ideal time for a visit. We recommend visiting Langkawi between November and March when the rainfall is scarcer.