Discover the best top things to do in Pantai Cenang, Malaysia including Langkawi Scuba, Langkawi Mangrove Tour by Bard, Cenang Beach, Alun-Alun Spa, Cenang Mall, Rafii's Bar Cafe & Cube Shisha, Le Moomba, Au Chong Beach bar cafe, Kayangan Spa.
Restaurants in Pantai Cenang
5 based on 132 reviews
Langkawi Scuba is the only PADI certified divecenter in Langkawi. We take you scuba diving at the beautiful dive sites of the 99 Islands of Langkawi. Try diving for the first time during a 3 hour Discover Scuba Diving experience or get your PADI certification with Langkawi Scuba. And if you are already certified we can take you on a 2-dive trip to look for nudis, seahorse, frogfish, lionfish and amazing colorful softcorals. Taking our small private boat directly from Cenang Beach, you will be diving with maximum 2 people per professional PADI instructor. Closed for monsoon (bad visibility) june-september
Although the water visibility was not good,it was as indicated on the website. The service of the staff, particularly Vicky was great. Vicky took my daughter for the DSD starter experience and really looked after her. Myself,my daughter and Vicky were grouped together for the actual dive and Vicky instilled confidence. Many thanks to Warda and team fora great morning.
4.5 based on 248 reviews
We spent a day with Bard on a mangrove tour of Langkawi.
Bard was amazing.
He was extremely knowledgeable about the mangroves, the environment, and the animals who lived there.
He is very easy going, personable, and extremely friendly.
He was able to answer all of our questions ( and we ask a lot).
His prices were very reasonable .
If you are going to do a mangrove tour, I would highly recommend Bard.
He was a great guide.
He also arranged a fishing tip for my son and my husband and the caught some pretty serious fish, and had a lot of fun.
Highly recommended !!
4 based on 3 reviews
4.5 based on 34 reviews
We are fans of the Alun-Alun Spas and visit them often when in Langkawi for their lovely ambience, good massages and consistent service quality. We paid RM 230 each for a 90-minute signature massage, which was skilfully done and very relaxing for our tired bones. Warmly recommended!
3 based on 446 reviews
This small shopping mall has some clothes stores, a few souvenir shops, a chemist/drug store, Starbucks and a large tax free store upstairs. We didn't expect much when we came here, based on the reviews, but it had everything we were looking for. Don't forget to bring your passport if you want to do some taxfree shopping!
4 based on 8 reviews
The beach view is great, you can see the green lights from the fishing boats line the horizon. We sat on grass mats and enjoyed some mojitos from the self service bar. We were entertained by a fire dancer, but I recommend sitting on the edge to avoid being in the show. We watched him for about 30 minutes before he dropped a flaming ball of gas next to the table in front of him. Great music and good vibes. Open on Wednesdays....not much else is!
5 based on 1 reviews
Vintage clothing for all ethnic wears Chinese Cheongsam, Malaysian Batik for men and Ladies, Kebaya, Baju Kurang, Scarves and tudung in Batik etc
I loved my experience with Le Moomba. The clothes and scarves are beautiful, I even had the opportunity to model a few. The clothes are wonderful quality and will definitely buy from again
5 based on 2 reviews
Nice location on the beach. Great drinks with a large bar menu giving you lots to choose from. Nice staff. No toilet but it was still ok.
5 based on 1 reviews
At Kayangan Spa, our goal is to deliver a little magic to your day, to take you away from your reality to a place of beauty and surprises. We promise deep relaxation and blissful rejuvenation through all natural treatments inspired by the rich traditions of Malaysia and our Asian neighbours. We invite our guests to experience the Malay way of giving from the heart and to celebrate the beauty and soul of this exotic land, to escape for a moment in time and to leave us with a renewed sense of serenity and joy.Home to a melting pot of cultures and a rich botanical bounty, Malaysia’s health giving rituals are a combination of Arabic, Chinese, Indian and Indigenous practices. Traditions that have stood the test of time and are as relevant today as centuries past.Visit us and experience heirloom practises delivered with a contemporary approach, balancing innovation with a vibrant array of therapies drawing on the rituals of age old communities.
My first time visited the resort. Awesome food and great hospitality. The deco and the villas are huge. Friendliest staff. definitely a 5 star resort. Everything was top notch. They deserve a big applause
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