Langkawi is the main island in an archipelago of 99 islands (you might count a few more during low tide!) of the same name situated in the Andaman Sea 30 km off the coast of Peninsular Malaysia. It is part of Malaysia’s northernmost state of Kedah (its other nickname is the “Jewel of Kedah”), which borders southern Thailand. In fact, Langkawi is just minutes by boat from the international maritime border; visitors can actually take the local ferry to Southern Thailand. To the west, across from what is the entrance to the Straits of Malacca, lies the northern portion of the Indonesian island of Sumatra.
The archipelago’s total land area is 477 sq km, of which Pulau (‘island’ in Malay) Langkawi comprises 319 sq km. The island’s tropical climate offers year-round temperatures within a fairly narrow
and predictable range, with daytime highs averaging 34 0C, and nighttime averages of 250C. December through February comprises the dry season, while the wet season runs from March to November.
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