Langkawi International Airport (LGK) is located at Padang Matsirat, on the northwestern part of the island. The following airlines offer direct flight service to Langkawi:
Malaysia Airlines (from more than 50 cities throughout the world via Kuala Lumpur),
AirAsia(from Kuala Lumpur, Penang and Singapore),
Malindo Air(from Kuala Lumpur),
Firefly(from Subang and Penang),
Tiger Airways (from Singapore),
B) By boat
Langkawi Ferry operates fast air-conditioned boats from
Kuala Perlis (RM18, 75 minutes),
Kuala Kedah (RM23, 105 minutes),
Penang (RM60, 165 minutes), and
Satun (RM30 or THB300, 75 minutes)
Ferry ticket from Kuala Kedah and Kuala Perlis can be bought online at http://ticket.langkawiferryline.com
There is effectively no public transport on the island, so your choices are to use taxis or to rent a car, motorbike/scooter, or bicycle.
A) By taxi
A taxi from the Airport to Pantai Cenang costs RM18. You can buy a coupon at the taxi desk in the airport. From the ferry terminal to Pantai Cenang the price is RM24. For those arriving at the Kuah Jetty and going into Kuah Town, the price is RM8.
B) By car or motorbike/scooter
Renting a car or motorbike/scooter is highly recommended. This can be done at the airport, the port complex, or from shops on Pantai Cenang. Renting an air-conditioned mid-sized sedan costs RM70-RM150 per day (depending on model, condition and length of stay) and a 150cc motorbike/scooter costs RM40 to RM45 per day.
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