Explore the secluded sandy beaches of Tuba Island, the only other inhabited island among the 99 Langkawi islands!
Just a 20-minute boat ride from the main island of Langkawi lies the hilly and beautiful Tuba Island. Known to be the only inhabited island besides the main one, the locals are traditionally fishermen and farmers. Our guides will take you to the far north-eastern end of this quaint little island, where a beautiful and secluded beach awaits you. This long stretch of white soft sand is excellent for swimming and provides a spectacular view of the famous Langkawi Geopark right across the emerald waters.
The beach is a natural home to wildlife so don’t be surprised to catch a few monkeys roaming about the beach. Rare birds like the elusive hornbills’ nest on this island as well, so you might see them flying about. The beach is yours to enjoy, get a sun-tan, relax on a hammock or even enjoy some beach games, the sky is indeed the limit! There is also a local beach bar where you can get snacks and beverages—nothing like an ice-cold drink to enjoy all the fun in the sun!