There is much to do here in Langkawi but the beaches draw the most attention from holiday makers. The best beach to visit is Tanjung Rhu, which is at the northern tip of the island. For nature lovers this is a must-see with its old limesone cases, crags and waterways offering some exciting spots to explore. If you want to avoid huge crowds, the Pantai Kok beach may be a better choice. The Telaga Harbor is located in proximity and you can also take a cable car ride to Mat Cincang Mountain from here.
The Telaga Tujuh waterfalls is another place for nature lovers to visit. It has seven natural pools where fairies are supposed to come down and frolic, according to local folktales. If you are more interested in taking in the culture of the islands, then a visit to the Oriental Village may be in order. This is an Asian themed village complete with snake charmer, street side jugglers, folk music, palmistry and more. Sailing tours are also a commonplace activity for holiday makers in Langkawi and boat rides at sunset with dinner on-board are a good way to end a fun filled day.