People from across the globe can get to Langkawi via air or boat depending on their personal preference. By air one can take either the Air Asia or Malaysian Airlines trip at Kuala Lumpur to Langkawi. Connecting flights are available depending on the airline of choice and the availability of the flights as the seasons dictate what is available, when and where. Other tourists prefer to come to Langkawi from the mainland to the Kuah jetty.
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Once at the island, there are various ways to get around, again depending on the tourists’ personal preferences. Tourists mostly prefer either taking a taxi or renting a car, in order to get to any place they prefer regardless of it being on the main network of roads or not. Other tourists prefer travelling via bus which is limited to a few distinct locations en route. The motorbike is another rental option and is a cheaper alternative and a preferred one for those who wish to rough it as the uneven and earthy terrain will make for a bumpy ride, just be careful out there and don’t forget your helmet!
Langkawi is a sight to behold that can be experienced best first hand, therefore taking long walks and strolls across the island is still by far the best way to get around and experience all that it has to offer.