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The classier part of the beach stretch has seen rapid development with high-end modern hotels built over crumbling older ones and vacant lots. The Loft stands tall one block up the hill in peace and quiet with great views. The pool bar and the restaurant...More
Much less tourists and activities than in the "main beach" Pantai Cenang, which is good. Some (expensive) hotel restaurants on the beach. Ocean was clear and calm for swimming, we didn't see any jellyfish.
We stayed at Cenang Beach and decided to do the 30 minute walk to Tengah Beach - compared to the business (and jet skis) of Cenang, this place is so tranquil and stunning (although this will likely change in the near future as half of...More
Tengah beach is one of the quitest beaches but not the best. There is limited shade and eating/drinking options is the recently opened Hidden Bar but prices are more for short stay holidayers (not low budget backpackers). There are small jellyfish, which is you can...More
While Cenang beach is Langkawi's most popular beach... this is a very "pleasant respite" from the crowds. Of course, there are fine restaurants, bars and hotels/resorts, but no where nearly as many. Taking an early morning "beach walk" or watching the sun set in a...More
This is public beach and near kuah town, the sand is crystal white, this beach is less crowdy than pantai cenang. you can swim or canoeing at here, but i don't see a life guard at this beach. so swim at your own risk.