RESORTS WORLD, LANGKAWI

At Resorts World Langkawi, we aim to give you the retreat that you deserve, away from the hustle and bustle of daily life and surrounded by beauty and tranquillity.Your getaway in paradise starts with the breathtaking views of the majestic azure waters from every vantage point of the resort.

Indulge in the finest cuisines as fresh as the open air or enjoy a romantic sunset cruise where you get to admire Mother Nature in its full splendour. Or start your day bright and early so as not to miss the spectacular sunrise without even having to step out of your room.Get up close to nature and embark on a little island hopping to explore the flora and fauna including majestic eagles soaring above.The natural beauty of the resort and its magnificent view are complemented by an improved experience at our hotel. We have been meticulously upgrading some of our suites, rooms and facilities in stages to offer you an unforgettable stay.

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HOW TO REACH

Langkawi is connected with several points in Malaysia with regular and direct air connections like Kulala Lumpur and Penang, as well as several other overseas cities like Singapore, Phuket, Seoul, and cities of Australia, China, and Japan. Airlines like Malaysia Airline, Air Asia, Silk Air etc. provide regular air connectivity to the city. 

Nearest Airport: The nearest airport is the Langkawi International Airport. It is located at Padang Matsirat and it is about 25 minutes away by road from the town centre. 

While there is no train connection all the way up to Langkawi, the Malayan Railway Keretapi Tanah Melayu (KTM) runs comfortable and economical train services via Kuala Lumpur, which starts from Singapore. The train journeys offer scenic views of the countryside. The overnight trains are slower than the bus, but allow visitors to rest overnight and be fresh on arrival next morning. Train travellers can get off at the Alor Setar (Kedah) station and then take a bus or taxi to the ferry jetty at Kuala Kedah or they can disembark at Arau (Perlis) and get on a bus or taxi to the ferry jetty at Kuala Perlis.

There is no road connection all the way to Langkawi. Visitors can however, travel by road down from mainland Malaysia to ferry terminals at Kuala Kedah which is located at the north-western coast of Malaysia, about 6 hours from Kuala Lumpur or the ferry terminal at Kuala Perlis further up. Regular buses/coaches are available between Kuala Lumpur and Kuala Perlis (takes about 8 hours). Buses leaves from Pudu Sentral bus station or Hentian Duta bus station in Kuala Lumpur. The bus stand at Kuala Perlis is at a walking distance from the ferry dock. 

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