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Old 10th December 2009, 09:02   #16
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hey proton /dudo, i'm planning a trip to Langhavi..(duty free heaven)is it a worth to spend a week there or cut short to 2days and visit peenang or other places
A week is too long for only Langkawi I think, 4 days should be more than sufficient for a relaxed holiday at Langkawi, about 1.5 days is enough to look around on the island, so if you stretch it to 4 days, you can do the looking around in a very relaxed fashion.

But whatever days you shave off the Langkawi trip isn't worth spending in Penang. I mean Penang is a nice place but not really a tourist destination, unless you want to try out hawker food etc.

Rather go to Genting/Cameroon & relax further, Genting has good amusement parks etc. Redang would be an ideal place you could visit, but it is closed during this time of the year, that is to help nature heal itself & regenerate from the damage caused by tourism.
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Old 11th December 2009, 00:54   #17
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A week is too long for only Langkawi I think, 4 days should be more than sufficient for a relaxed holiday at Langkawi, about 1.5 days is enough to look around on the island, so if you stretch it to 4 days, you can do the looking around in a very relaxed fashion.

But whatever days you shave off the Langkawi trip isn't worth spending in Penang. I mean Penang is a nice place but not really a tourist destination, unless you want to try out hawker food etc.

Rather go to Genting/Cameroon & relax further, Genting has good amusement parks etc. Redang would be an ideal place you could visit, but it is closed during this time of the year, that is to help nature heal itself & regenerate from the damage caused by tourism.
+1 , this is the right advice!
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