Comprised of 99 islands (five more at low tide) on Malaysia’s western coast, Langkawi is the postcard image of a tropical paradise. With Langkawi Island as a base, travelers come from around the globe to explore the archipelago. These are some of your best island-hopping options.
Rice Museum (Laman Padi Langkawi)
10am - 6pm
Jalan Pantai Cenang, Pantai Cenang, Malaysia, 07000
If visiting over lunch time, be sure to head to the Rice Museum’s restaurant, LamanRia. It serves up traditional Malay dishes that feature rice as their main ingredient. There arealso rice-themed handicrafts available in the museum gift shop.
Located at the northern end of Cenang Beach, the Rice Museum is only 10 minutesfrom Langkawi Airport and just across the road from the island's popular beach resorts.
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