|South Bunting - the bay to anchor for a tender ride to see the Princess Lake.|
|Bass Harbour - Kuah at sunset.|
|Delivery boat for the restaurants in The Hole in the Wall.|
|The mighty eagle at the main hub of Kuah.|
|A good easy to follow sign for yachts entering Langkawi.|
|This is immigration at Kuah. They are on the ground floor and if not 'open' just knock.|
|Kuah - the Harbour Masters office hours.|
|The building that houses: immigration, harbour master and customs.|
|Kuah - yacht check in and the ramp where we left our tender to walk in. Its safe and secure (wear good shoes - loads of little rocks and slippery).|
|Telaga Harbour check in station is just up that ramp. You can see the tenders out the front.|
|Rebak's pool and wifi hub!|
|The anchorage at sunset in Telaga basin (just outside the marina).|
|RLYC - Royal Langkawi Yacht Club.|
|Tender dock we used every time we went into Kuah's main town. Its secure and safe, easy walking distance to the shops and cafes.|
|Matilda entering The Hole in the Wall - along with one of 100's of fast boats that bring in guests daily.|
|The pretty Princess Lake.|
|Princess Lake ready for their tourists.|
|Here come the tourists for the day.|
|The view from Gunung Raja is just stunning. Try to go up on a clear day.|
|Not for everyone but quite a thrill to do it. The view is incredible.|
|Again, not for everyone. This structure is a master piece in itself.|
Car rental – Anytime Holidays. If you take your tender the fishing dock (not the blue building floating dock), walk up the ramp, and turn right. Keep walking, cross the road directly in front of you (not the main road to your left) you will see shops. Anytime Holidays can’t be missed, it’s quite colorful. We hired a car from David several times and always a good experience. Phone the office on 6049668669 or 60175448669. Or call David on 60124087327 or Anas 60184700553. Email: email@example.com
Sail repairs – Hugo & Joanna who are based at the RLYC on their 72ft yacht (which they do paid cruises on). They are honest, work hard and we believe well priced. Phone: 0124980377 or 0164807137. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
PL Soon is a little shop (there are few around) that sold alcohol, cheese, meat and few other bits and pieces that are hard to find. Take your passport to purchase alcohol. Bulk supermarket about 800 metres from main traffic light intersection in Matsirat on road to Kuah. Small section next to checkout devoted to imported foods. Next door is a warehouse where cases of beer can be purchased very cheaply.
Hawker centre – Water Garden. Excellent pork rice. Easy to locate. Cross the road from the tender jetty (in the river) walk across the road, take the first right and walk up the main street keeping the left hand side. Its on the corner (there is only one), about a 5 minute walk.
24/7 Indian cafes x 2. Our favourite was the Restoran Nasi Kandar Alaman. Easy to find. Once you park your tender at either jetty walk to the cluster of shops towards the main road. just look for the Baron sign (there are a few) but the one with the pink building is your Indian cafe. The service is fabulous and the food is delicious. The second one is called Restoran Haji Ali, food and service the same as Alaman. This is a bit further to walk, but if your going down this way its worth having lunch/dinner at. You need to walk away from the big eagle on the main street. Cross over to the walkway on the water side. At the V intersection look to your right - its there.
Fruit and vegi man – Ms. Hin. Phone: 0123132540. Email: email@example.com. Facebook: Vegie Run. Excellent produce and service. Can be flexible re delivery points.
Outboard prop for our Suzuki – Yamaha Dealer, Yamaha Outboard Engines:
New/Second hand & repairs. Spare parts, tune-ups, re-builds. Reliable & inexpensive.
In side street off main highway, up from traffic lights, just before KFC, near T/S. Huat.
Contact: Teng Cheng Eng: Tel/Fax: (6)04-9666299 or H/P: (6)012-4982299
Hardware Shop - we found a great hardware shop that sold water filters, oil and an absolute astounding array of bits and pieces just up from the jetty dock. Multi Quip Trading (L) Sdn Bhd
Engine spares, impellers, electrical supplies. Jotun & Kossan marine paints, anti-foul, Epoxy, Epoxy Glue, Fibreglass etc. etc. Power tools, oil & fuel filters, some stock of stainless deck hardware. Will order in parts. Central Kuah (1st street in from waterfront), 28-30 Jalan Pandak Mayah, Kuah.
Tel: +6 04 966 6953 & +6 04 966 2988 Fax:+6 04 966 7219 - Mr. Yong: h/p: 012-4331068 email: firstname.lastname@example.org. Generally known for fair prices.
S.K. Intertrade is mostly a photocopying shops, who will also do up business size passport cards for you. they are very handy to know, and very helpful. 89, JalanPandak Mayah 1, Kuah, Tel.: +6 04 966 7778 - email@example.com They also sell: Sea Charts, Navigational Book and Flags, custom made Flags (give them some time) and boat labeling. Experienced and helpful.
CIMB banks (with Westpac no international fees are charged at their ATM's)
Post Office – down near the Billion shopping centre
Gas – Rebak Marina will arrange refilling gas bottles.
There is also loads of information to be found on the web at the Langkawi Gazette. https://langkawi-gazette.com/
|To the left of the C88 (Like a 7/11) is PL Soon's shop. Here you can buy alcohol (you must produce your passport), meat, cheese and a few groceries. She is not open on a Friday.|
|To the right of Planet Watch is the photo copier shop - very handy. (He also sells charts and guide books).|
|Our sail repair place at the RLYC.|
|The Jotun shop was the hardware place we found and bought water & engine filters and engine oil.|
|Another favorite Indian cafe, but a bit further up to walk - however worth every step. (Its the one on the corner to the right with a dead end street out the front).|
|Easily our favorite Indian cafe. We went here for breakfast a fair bit - good cheap food.|
|Teng Cheng Eng Trading were able to assist us with parts for our Suzuki tender outboard.|
|Great pork rice to be had at the Water Garden Hawker Centre.|
|Telaga - this is where you get water from. (Its also the dock to see the Harbour Master).|
|Telaga fuel dock. Its a little run down on the walkway up to pay, watch your step.|