Articles in the Langkawi Category
Langkawi Duty-Free Shopping Guideline.
In recent years, Langkawi has become as Malaysia’s duty-free capital. Today, grand-scale duty-free malls offering some of the best prices in Malaysia have encroached the whole island.
The best shopping options are in Kuah Town, Each resort also has its own collection of boutiques along with one or two duty-free outlets. The biggest mall here is the Billion Duty Free Department Store. Here you will find tons of great deals on typical duty free goods, including liquor, tobacco, perfume, cologne, leather wear, sports gear and more. I have …
This was three days back in Langkawi, a place to wish for, if you go by tourist books and guides. We also went there to see what tourists see. And cable car and Skybridge is one of the attractions of the place.
There was a father-son duo with us in the car and the father was very impressed with India and Indians. He thought it was our first visit to Malaysia and guided us no end about the places to visit.
Coming back to the sky, as soon as
I have visited Malaysia umpteen times but never had much time to spend in Langkawi. It was touch and go types. Maybe this year I will.
Yes, you read it right. I am flying to Malaysia again and after landing in Kuala Lumpur I am heading directly to Langkawi.
Langkawi, a group of islands north of Penang is also known as the Jewel of Kedah. It is, by far the most frequented destination for the Malaysians. Of course lot of Foreign tourists too go there, but the objectives …
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In Malaysia, my way of trying a juice was to put my finger on a name and ask for it. I refused to see a dictionary for its meaning or ask somebody who knew English. I wanted to know them by taste.
At times it resulted in disastrous distasteful situations but I was also glad that I could pick up some names. Also, I paid attention when they pronounced the names.
I have tried each one of these and a few more which are not mentioned in this list. My favourite was …