Zoom through the island on a jet ski as you immerse yourself in the breathtaking views of the Langkawi coastline.
Rev your engines and get ready for the extraordinary adventure ahead as we take you on an exciting excursion on the thrill of your jet ski. This jet ski adventure is designed for more experienced riders. After a short briefing on safety tips by your experienced guide, we will take off from Cenang Beach. Feel the surge of adrenaline as you jet off along Langkawi’s mesmerising coastline, where you will see the Awana Porto Malai Resort, now known as Resorts World Langkawi and its marina. The Awana Porto Malai Resort is well known for their 5-star Javanese spa and many couples come here to enjoy the magnificent ocean views and scenery.
Following that you will cruise by the Navy Pontoon and be rounding the southern bend of Langkawi, you will catch sight of the wooden anchovy fishing boats surrounding the Langkawi Port. Zooming along right after the Jetty Pelancongan at Kuah, you will pass by the Royal Langkawi Yacht Club, where a lineup of luxury yachts are on display followed by the famous Westin Resort.
Continue the exhilarating adventure by treading between the island and the neighbouring shores of Pulau Bumbon Besar, you will pass through two land masses. If you’re lucky, dolphins may emerge from the clear waters and even race alongside you! Upon arriving at the Penarak Fishing Village, let the guide lead you to the fishermen’s home that is only accessible from the water. Discover the everyday life in a Malay village and their wonderful culture.
Reward yourself with a satisfying meal atop a hill, accompanied by magnificent ocean views. After taking in the beautiful scenery of this tropical haven, it’s time to hop back on board for the greatest challenge yet. Test your skills and feel the freedom as the breeze catches your hair, as you race back to Cenang Beach. It is a fast and long ride back with a brief stop at the Monkey Beach for a quick refreshing dip. Be cautious and keep a look out for the cheeky monkeys as they might attempt to nick stuff that is left unattended.