- 1 How do I get from Penang to Langkawi?
- 2 Is there a ferry from Penang to Langkawi?
- 3 How much is ferry from Penang to Langkawi?
- 4 How do I get to Langkawi by boat?
- 5 Which is better Langkawi or Penang?
- 6 Is Penang cheaper than Kuala Lumpur?
- 7 How is the drive from Penang to Langkawi?
- 8 Where is Penang ferry terminal to Langkawi?
- 9 Is there grab in Langkawi?
- 10 How many days should I spend in Langkawi?
- 11 How many days do you need in Penang?
- 12 How do I get to Langkawi by bus?
- 13 How long is the ferry ride from Kuala Kedah to Langkawi?
- 14 How many hours drive from KL to Langkawi?
How do I get from Penang to Langkawi?
Travel distance from Penang Island to Langkawi is about 120 km by ferry. From Penang Island to Langkawi is possible to travel by ferry or plane – direct flight. Flights from Penang to Langkawi are also very cheap and start already at $20-30/pp. Travel time by plane to Langkawi is about 1 hour.
Is there a ferry from Penang to Langkawi?
Currently there is just the 1 ferry company operating this ferry service, Langkawi Ferry Services. The crossing operates up to 3 times each week with sailing durations from around 2 hours 45 minutes.
How much is ferry from Penang to Langkawi?
Langkawi Ferry Schedules & Fares The ferry tickets are priced at RM80 for adults and RM60 for children per trip. The ferry rates are the same if you are travelling from Langkawi to Penang, but the departure times are at scheduled at 10:30 AM and 3:00 PM daily.
How do I get to Langkawi by boat?
You will get regular daily ferry service from both Kuala Kedah and Kuala Perlis to reach the Kuah Jetty of Langkawi. The express ferry takes about 1 hour 30 minutes from Kuala Kedah and 1 hour 15 minutes from Kuala Perlis to reach Langkawi.
Which is better Langkawi or Penang?
In short the main differences between the two islands are: Langkawi: Nature trips, beautiful seas and beaches, great resorts and a relaxed overall atmosphere. Penang: Great (hectic) Asian atmosphere, especially at nighttime, huge shopping centers and many cultural attractions.
Is Penang cheaper than Kuala Lumpur?
Since this article only discusses the cost of living in different cities, it is safe to announce that Penang is still cheaper to live in when compared with the cost of living in Kuala Lumpur. Interestingly, buying or renting a property in Penang is also significantly cheaper than doing the same in Kuala Lumpur.
How is the drive from Penang to Langkawi?
You can drive from Penang to Langkawi by heading to the port of Kuala Perlis. Once you get there, you can either take the car ferry or leave your car in the parking lot. It will cost RM 10 for each day you leave your car in the lot, so take that into consideration when planning your stay on Langkawi.
Where is Penang ferry terminal to Langkawi?
Location of Ferry Terminal in Langkawi The ferry terminal is located in Kuah, the main town on the island. This is at the opposite end of the island from the airport.
Is there grab in Langkawi?
no Grab no Uber on Langkawi. The taxi association here is still so strong that we do not even have a public bus as they boycott anything that harms their business.
How many days should I spend in Langkawi?
It’s a small island, so three days is enough to see all the best sights and to enjoy the best beaches and waterfalls. But the chilled out, holiday vibe combined with the incredible surroundings and friendly Malay culture might make you extent your 3 day trip to Langkawi for much, much longer.
How many days do you need in Penang?
A five-day stay is ideal for Penang – you can explore further afield as well as enjoy Georgetown, with its awesome food, great street art and generally pleasant vibe! We absolutely loved Penang and could have spent longer than 3 nights there for sure.
How do I get to Langkawi by bus?
If you want to travel by bus, your best bet is to take a direct bus from KL to Kuala Perlis, as the bus station at K. Perlis is just a couple of minutes walk away from the ferry jetty / terminal. You could also take a bus from KL to Alor Setar, then a local bus from the bus station to the jetty at Kuala Kedah.
How long is the ferry ride from Kuala Kedah to Langkawi?
The ferry terminal is called Kuala Kedah Jetty where it operates high speed boats crossing the Malacca Strait heading to Langkawi and the journey takes an approximate time of 1 hour and 30 minutes.
How many hours drive from KL to Langkawi?
Unfortunately, many also have the same idea, and there are no tickets left. The process is similar either way. So, whether you choose to drive and park or book ahead to get a car ticket, here are some tips for the drive from Kuala Lumpur to Langkawi. The trip from KL to Kuala Perlis takes about six hours.