Finally, Langkawi is opening its borders to all vaccinated tourists! It’s time to plan your long-awaited beach vacation and how excited are we! Here’s our travel guide for you to know about the new travel bubble announced by the Ministry of Tourism so your holiday plans will be smooth and safe sailing!
You are required to complete two doses of the COVID-19 vaccine and at least 14 days after the 2nd dose vaccination to be able to travel to Langkawi. Double-check your MySejahtera app for your vaccination certificate and your risk status has to be “Low Risk No Symptom” in order for you to travel.
The Ministry of Tourism noted [on 15th September] that it’s compulsory for travellers to take an RT-PCR or RTK-Antigen swab test prior to their trip. You’ll need to present the swab test result at the airport or ferry terminal. Here are your options!
If you are travelling by flight or travelling from Kedah or Perlis, you don’t need to apply for police permit to travel to Langkawi. However, if you plan to travel by land transport, you need to apply for a police permit at your residential police station and the transportation has to book through a tour agency.
You also need to keep a copy of all the receipts and booking detail for any of your flight bookings, hotel stays, travel packages, tour activity or transportation rental as proof of visiting Langkawi for travel and leisure purposes.
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Langkawi is not just famous for its beautiful white sand beach, it's packed with exciting beach activities and nature adventure activities! So, avoid any last-minute disappointments and book your tour activities in advance! Furthermore, you can enjoy cheaper rates compares to book at the venue.
Check out our Skytrex Adventure package here!
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There’s no age limitation to visit Langkawi. However, children below 18years old are not required to be vaccinated but will have to be accompanied by fully vaccinated parents!
Here’s our Family-friendly island tour with jet ski package!
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Aside from the traditional taxi service, there are other options for you to choose to get around the island:
Despite the Malaysia tourism is slowly reopening, it’s always important to stay cautious and on top of our personal hygiene and sanitisation, especially during travels! The pandemic is still going on in Malaysia but we can do our best by being alert. Feel free to drop us a message on Whatsapp if you have any enquiry on the tour activities in Langkawi.
Travel safe and stay safe!