Where to enjoy the Langkawi nightlife
The Langkawi nightlife is somewhat active in Pantai Cenang and not so much in Kuah. The former has rows of restaurants and bars along the beach, most of which open in the early evening and offer 'Happy Hour' prices.
Whilst there is the usual Southeast Asia high and low season, the
nightlife doesn’t get super active at any time of the year.
religious holidays bring different crowds of locals. Indians and Chinese
drink, Malays not so much. Western tourists visit all year round, so
the nightlife is a bit uncertain depending on the crowd that’s there.
of the bars along Pantai Cenang play live music and open until after
midnight. Drinks are cheaper than other parts of Malaysia but not so
much in comparison to Thailand. Again, the atmosphere really varies.
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Just to illustrate this point, I’ve been to Langkawi five times,
twice in July and three times in January. The former is low season and
the latter is the peak season. The first time in July was so busy you
could hardly move. The following year, again in July, it was dead.
went in January and had a great time spending most of my time in the
bars and partying, so I went back the same time the following year and
it was Ramadan… nothing was open!
I tried again the following year
in January and it was full of families. The Langkawi nightlife, from my
experience, changes and it just depends on what’s happening when you