Langkawi is the largest island in an archipelago of 99 islands (also known as Langkawi) set in the Andaman Sea off the western coast of the border between Malaysia and Thailand.
Langkawi Island is classed as a World Geopark by UNESCO for its unique geology and eco-systems. Langkawi boasts long sandy beaches, tropical rainforests, mangrove swamps, caves, waterfalls, mountains...
Our nature guides know and love Langkawi intimately and will guide you through the many facets of this very special group of islands.
Climate in Langkawi
Langkawi is situated just 6 degrees north of the equator and has a humid maritime tropical climate that varies little throughout the year. Monsoon season used to be between June and October, but nowadays weather patterns are a little less predictable.
Even during monsoon season it may only rain for half an hour or so, before the skies become clear again, so if you visit during that period it is unlikely that you will spend your holidays stuck inside all day watching the rain fall. You are much more likely to need sunglasses, a sun hat and sun-block than an umbrella. Average temperatures are between 25 and 35 Celcius. Mosquitoes are present, though malaria isn't really an issue.