Pulau Tuba (5 km S of Langkawi) is the only inhabited island besides the main island of Langkawi itself. This Langkawi island gets its name from the tuba roots.
It is the only other island that offers accommodation and there are a few places to stay. At Pulau Tuba, you can experience traditional fishing village life with fishermen returning home
in the evenings in their quaint fishing boats.
Anchor well out in the bay in 4-6 metres. At low tide, enter by dinghy
to the long jetty and tie to a fishing boat to avoid the sharp
At the Malay fishing village there are basic restaurants
Located E coast of Malaysia.It's the most easterly anchorage for Langkawi. Being surrounded by a cluster of islands adds to the calm conditions in most winds, but being close to the open sea, sometimes there's a
bit of ground swell to contend with. The water is clean ...
Singa Besar is located about 17km from Kuah, nestled between the
smaller island of Pulau Beras Basah to the west and Pulau Dayang Bunting
to the east. The sedimentary rocks on this island are reputed to be
among the oldest in Malaysia going back 500 million years.This island ...
Pulau Bumbon Besar and Pulau Bumbon Kechil are located less than 3 NM from Kuah, on the SE from Pulau Langkawi. Pulau Bumbon Besar has the shape of the letter M, with
two coves on the southern part. The island is uninhabited and rarely
visited. It is separated from another ...
Monkey beach or Teluk Duyung is Only 5nm from Kuah
Town, so makes a handy day spot to anchor before moving to either Singa Besar or the "Fjords" for a more comfortable night anchorage by 3/4 m. It is protected by the Muka Head Cape. It is
a private land, at one time ...
Un ponton flottant, 144m de longueur, qui peut accueillir de petits navires, est située N de Batu Kuah Lumière. Une jetée en forme de T, avec une profondeur de 2m côtés, est situé juste au S de la jetée flottante.