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Situated off the northwestern coast of Peninsular Malaysia, Langkawi is an archipelago made up of 99 islands on Malaysia’s west coast. Langkawi is one of the most popular destinations among tourists and locals alike. Mixed with their beautiful landscape and exotic environment, Favehotel was built on one of their finest beach which is Cenang Beach. To book a reservation or get more information, please contact us at :

+6049556600

Lot 119, Pantai Tengah, Mukim Padang Mat Sirat, 07000 Langkawi, Kedah, Malaysia

langkawiinfo@favehotels.com

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Cenang Mall

Cenang Mall


Cenang Mall is a two-storey shopping complex in Pantai Cenang which houses a pharmacy, supermarket, as well as a number of restaurants and local retail outlets. It is comparably less frequented compared to the countless souvenir stores and duty-free complexes in the vicinity, but Cenang Mall provides a more comfortable shopping experience during the more scorching afternoons in Pantai Cenang. Shoppers can also dine and have a friendly chat with fellow travellers at several eateries located in the mall, including a 24-hour KFC and Starbucks, McDonald′s, The Loaf bakery, Old Town White Coffee, as well as Wakaba Japanese restaurant located on the upper floor.

Coco Valley Shopping


Located beside Underwater World, this store is a chocolate-lover′s paradise; with such a wide assortment of cocoa products that you′ll be spoilt for choice. The fact that Langkawi is a duty-free island makes chocolates a lot cheaper; you can get a bar of Cadbury′s for less than RM10 – now that′s value for money!

Underwaterworld Langkawi

Underwaterworld Langkawi


Underwater World Langkawi is one of the largest marine and fresh water aquaria in South East Asia. Since the start of its operation on 26 August 1995, it has become one of the must visit tourist destinations in Langkawi and has attracted a large number of foreign as well as local tourists. The concept and theme of Underwater World Langkawi are geared towards Knowledge, Education and Entertainment. It is built to raise awareness on the importance of conserving our precious aquatic life forms, thus creating understanding of the deep and inseparable bond between man and nature. Unique to Underwater World Langkawi is the gigantic 15-meter long walk-through tunnel consisting of 500,000 liter seawater which houses many big fishes and sea creatures. Other attractions include the Freshwater Fish Section, the Seashell Display, the Koi Pond, the Reptilian Section and the Coral Reef Section. The 34,701 square foot oceanarium is located adjacent to a shopping centre and the Neptune Café. Visitors are thus provided with a one-stop shopping, eating and entertainment package, all of which are available within one area. A new building (with 60,000 sq. ft built-up area) which displays Tropical Rainforest, Temperate and Sub-Antarctic Ecosystems, and info theatre with a 200-seating capacity will be opened to the public in early 2005. The Sub-Antarctic Ecosystem Display includes a spectacular "penguinarium" with an underwater tunnel for visitors to view swimming penguins.

Orkid Raya Restaurant


Orkid Ria Restaurant is a family restaurant. According to this site, its humble beginnings can be traced back to Kuah, the district capital of Langkawi. It started out as a simple eatery where the owner, a mother, served home-cooked dishes using the fresh catch of his fisherman son. They slowly built a following and later moved to Pantai Cenang, the island′s most touristy beach, where it was accessible to more people.
It′s not hard to find this place. A glowing yellow signage spelling its name shines at the gable of the main dining hall, which can accommodate up to 250 customers at once. Their specialty, of course, is fresh seafood. In fact, even before we entered the place, we were immediately drawn to their big aquarium cradling live tiger prawns, lobsters, crabs, and fish. Waiting customers can already take a look at their menu or pick from the poor dinner-to-be creatures on the aquarium or the ice-covered fish bed so they could prepare the dish in advance.
Time isn′t slow at the Orkid Ria. Everywhere you look, you′ll see waiters and waitresses rushing around the place to take and deliver orders to the dozens of tables scattered throughout the open-air hall. If you′ve been trying to avoid seafood, then this is not for you. The sight of freshly cooked big lobsters getting carried across the hall is enough temptation to break your diet in an impulse.

Pantai Tengah

Pantai Tengah


Only 5 minutes walk whereas there are some activities para sailing, jet ski, banana boat.

Cable Car


The Langkawi Cable Car, also known as Langkawi SkyCab, is one of the major attractions in Langkawi Island, Kedah, Malaysia. It provides an aerial link from the Oriental Village at Teluk Burau to the peak of Gunung Machinchang, which is also the location of the Langkawi Sky Bridge. The total length is 2.2 km (1.4 mi), with a journey time from the base to the top of around 15 minutes. It was officially opened in 2003.

Langkawi Cable Car is located just north of Telaga Harbour, Pantai Kok, with the entrance within 'Oriental Village' at the foot hill of the Mat Chincang mountain range. It is located to the north-west of the Langkawi International Airport, on the west coast of the main island of Langkawi. It is approximate 30 minutes drive from Kuah town and 15 minutes drive from Langkawi International Airport.

Art Paradise 3D Muzium

Art Paradise 3D Muzium


The second largest 3D art museum in the world and largest in Malaysia. Visit us at Langkawi’s Oriental Village and experience a whole new world without leaving paradise.

Muzium Laman Padi


The Rice Garden Museum is a gallery in Laman Padi with a collection of artefacts, photos, charts and tools on the history of rice cultivation in Langkawi. Set in Pantai Cenang, opposite Bon Ton Resort, it is divided into the Heritage Gallery, Paddy Gallery, Herb Garden and Garden of Variety.

Night Market

Night Market


These local markets are great for trying out various types of local food at relatively cheap prices. The atmosphere is also quite friendly. The night market is a great meeting place for the locals and expatriates, and if you are a tourist, it's a great opportunity to meet and be with locals and enjoy local food. Although there is nothing much to shop here, it is mostly popular for a wide range of Malay dishes that are prepared and served piping hot at a very reasonable price. 
 
Some of the dishes that are our favorites here include the grilled seafood, chicken or beef satay, murtabak, green mango salad, lemon grass chicken on sticks, fresh fruit juices and so on. Some dishes can be really spicy. This is the favorite pace for the local working class, who come here after the tiring day's work and have hot dinner at a cheap price. Two persons can easily have sumptuous meals for a total of RM15. 

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