Malaysia Luxury Yacht Charter
Chartering a luxury yacht in the archipelago of Langkawi means you and your guests can travel freely between the 99 islands off the coast of Malaysia, experiencing the unique character and lush beauty of each tropical location as your journey unfolds.
You will discover natural treasures that rival any sight you’ve seen before—caves with enormous stalactites and stalagmites; rainforests teeming with rare bird and wildlife; ancient architectural ruins where monkeys laugh and play; brilliantly-carved, colorful temples surrounded by lush vegetation; limestone formations that send the imagination reeling, and many other ancient and m natural wonders.
Wherever you go, you will be charmed by the graciousness and generosity of the local inhabitants, who welcome travelers with open arms to share the rare beauty of their world.
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Pulau Payar is a lovely island best-known for its undersea Coral Gardens, with spectacular diving and snorkeling opportunities. The Underwater Observatoryallows you see the tropical fish and coral without suiting up or getting wet!
Koh Phi Phi is a group of islands that with fortress-like cliffs and lush jungles that encircle the sandy beaches below. Miraculously beautiful, these six islands (Koh Phi Phi Don, Koh Phi Phi Leh, Koh Bida Nok, Koh Bida Nai, Koh Phai (aka “Bamboo Island), and Koh Young (aka “Mosquito Island) are largely uninhabited and home to stunning beaches and sparkling, secluded seascapes.
The Langkawi Cable Car will carry you and your guests to Peak Station, where you will see a panoramic view like you’ve never seen before—including awe-inspiring waterfalls, a lush, verdant landscape, and a brilliant, blue ocean that stretches as far as the eye can see.
Pulau Dayang Bunting, which means “Island of the Lake of the Pregnant Maiden,” is home to the largest freshwater lake in Langkawi.
Separated from the salty sea by only a thin strip of land, the lake has long been the source of legendary healing powers for women seeking to ensure a healthy pregnancy—a claim borne in ancient myth and still believed by many locals. Surrounded by lush greenery and teeming with wildlife, the island resembles the silhouette of a pregnant woman when viewed from a distance.
You will see many friendly, wild monkeys as you hike its hills and rocky shoreline, but keep food items safely stowed away while onshore, so as not to encourage unwelcome contact or a rare display of food-related aggression. Enjoy swimming, paddle boating, or kayaking in the lake.
Fish for catfish by the mangroves, or walk along the boardwalk to witness the rare bird species, lizards, and butterflies that live in the seaside forest.
Kuah Town is the capital of Langkawi and is the place to go when you’re ready for a little socialization.
The city has numerous casual and fine restaurants, duty-free shopping, and friendly bars where you can meet and mingle with locals and tourists alike. It’s a popular mooring spot for luxury yacht charters!
Kilim Natural Park boasts a fish restaurant in the center of a mangrove forest! Bring your camera for this excursion filled with enormous mangroves and mountainous cliffs that have stood watch over the ocean for more than a billion years.