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COVID Restrictions

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Can I fly to Langkawi right now?

There are currently restrictions on flights to Langkawi along with the rest of Malaysia. Before you book or search for flights, consider the following restrictions: Entry restrictions

Malaysia has restricted entry to all traveler, except for citizens, permanent residents with a MyPR card, travelers and students with an approval from the Malaysian immigration, travelers with Malaysia My Second Home (MM2H) permit, diplomats, embassy employees, and spouses or children of Malaysian nationals, who must have a sticker label visa in the passport specifically indicating this status. Holders of the following passes may apply for entry permission: “Residence Pass-Talent (RP-T) and their dependents, Employment Pass (Category EP I, II and III), Professional Visit Pass (PVP), Dependent Pass to expatriate for all categories, Long Term Social Visit Pass (LT-SVP) to expatriate for all categories, and Foreign Maid to expatriate for all categories. The entire country remains under a “Recovery Movement Control Order” (RMCO) through March 31. Additionally, certain states and districts with higher prevalence of COVID-19 are subject to Movement Control Orders (MCOs), Conditional Movement Control Orders (CMCOs), or Enhanced Movement Control Orders (EMCOs). Sabah is subject to an MCO through February 4. For additional information on traveling to Sabah, please consult with Sabah's state authorities. All districts in Sarawak are subject to a CMCO through February 14 except for Sibu, which is subject to an MCO through February 14. For additional information on traveling to Sarawak, please consult with Sarawak's state authorities.

Entry requirements

Travelers must have a formal written approval from the Malaysian Government before attempting to enter Malaysia. Malaysian immigration operates a consolidated portal called My Travel Pass for most categories of pass holders to request permission to enter. Travelers with a Malaysia My Second Home (MM2H) permit must have a return approval and may also be requested from immigration via My Travel Pass. International students must have a written approval from immigration applied at Education Malaysia website Airline crew must have their names listed on the General Declaration.

Quarantine requirements

All arriving travelers will be tested on arrival, and are subject to a mandatory quarantine requirement in a government facility. All costs for the quarantine are borne by the traveler. Travelers will be required to download the MySejahtera application and will be issued a wristband for identification and monitoring by the authorities during their quarantine period. Travelers presenting the results of a negative RT-PCR test undertaken within 72 hours of their departure to Malaysia must quarantine for 7 days upon arrival. The Malaysian authorities may require a COVID-19 test upon arrival, and will require an additional COVID-19 test on the 5th day of quarantine. Travelers not presenting the results of a negative RT-PCR test will be tested upon arrival and must quarantine for 10 days with an additional COVID-19 test on the 8th day of quarantine.

Transiting rules

Travelers may not transfer from international flights to domestic flights, except for Malaysian nationals who are traveling to Sabah or Sarawak. Foreigners may not enter Sabah without prior approval, which must be requested in advance from the Sabah State Secretary (Setiausaha Kerajaan Negeri Sabah) at crisis@sabah.gov.my.

If you are looking to book a trip to Langkawi and are outside of the restricted areas, please take the proper precautions and stay informed about traveling during COVID-19.
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Langkawi (Malaysia) is made up of a chain of 99 islands, plus another five which can only be seen at low tide. Located just west of the Thai-Malay border, the islands are exactly what you imagine when thinking of the tropics. With stunning natural beauty, pristine beaches and a whole host of activities to take part in, Langkawi is a wonderful choice for a holiday. Only four of the islands are inhabited, so taking a tour around some of the others allows you to appreciate real unspoilt beauty. Langkawi is classified as a geopark, where nature is protected and celebrated and eco-tourism is key. There are several trails, where you can walk, take a cable car or boat, to enjoy scenic rainforest views, caves, waterfalls, fossil discoveries and exotic wildlife. Most activities revolve around nature, from the Underwater World aquarium to cruises around the islands and snorkelling at the surrounding reefs. It is worth taking a tour or two to see the beautiful islands, as well as the local art, history and culture. You can visit a Batik art village, a gamat (sea cucumber) traditional medicine factory or see everything from up high on a helicopter ride.

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Best Time to Fly to Langkawi

The best time to visit Langkawi (Malaysia) depends on what type of holiday you are looking for. If it’s sunshine and beaches you want, January to March are the driest and sunniest months. This is high season, so it will also be the busiest and most expensive time of year. Low season is September and October, this is the cheapest time to travel, but it is also the rainy season. While there may be some heavy rain, it is not constant and you will still have some clear days. The rainforest is spectacular at this time of year and the rain gives you a refreshing break from the tropical heat. April to August, the mid-season, is still cheap to travel and you may get some rain, but also sunny days. During the month of Ramadan, some businesses will close due to the owners and workers fasting.

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Getting around Langkawi

When traveling around Langkawi, you will probably take taxis, drive or go on tours. If you enjoy a slower pace you can rent bicycles from many hotels and take in the sights in your own time. The Eagle Square tour will take you to attractions and historical sights, including the magnificent Eagle Square statue.

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