Buy you boat tickets for the Langkawi to Penang Ferry, or Penang to Langkawi Ferry online.
Please use the search box below to buy you Langkawi - Penang - Langkawi ferry tickets online.
To buy ferry tickets from Langkawi to Penang online :
first select Jetty Langkawi under the state of Kedah then Penang Ferry Terminal under Pulau Pinang.
To buy ferry tickets from George Town Penang to Langkawi first select Penang Ferry Terminal, then Jetty Langkawi.
Please Note: You can now also buy Langkawi Telaga Harbour to Koh Lipe ferry tickets online using the search box below.
The current counter price for tickets between the two islands is 70 Ringgit (RM) - 60 RM for the ferry ticket and 10 RM for Penang Port tax.
You may have to pay a few Ringgit more booking ferry tickets online, but it saves you the hassle of travelling out to the ferry terminal to buy them over the counter.
These high speed ferry boats currently run three times a day in either direction.
Please Note : the 8:15am from Penang and the 2:30pm from Langkawi stop at Pulau Payar on the way, so if you want the fastest boats, choose one of the other departures.
The ferry from Langkawi arrives in George Town at Swettenham Pier, located in the north-east corner of the city.
You can take a taxi or easily walk into town (straight ahead), with most of the budget accommodation around 10 -15 minutes walk away.
If you want to catch a bus to anywhere on the island, the Jetty Bus Station is located around five minutes walk from the ferry pier.
Just turn left when you come out of the main exit.
The ferry from Penang to Langkawi arrives at Kuah port, which is on the edge of the main town on the island.
Langkawi has no public transport system so you will have to take a taxi or walk into town (which should take between 15 to 30 minutes depending on where in town you are going).
If you are heading out to the beaches, your only option is a taxi or to hire your own transport.
For places to stay in Langkawi, please see :
The Langkawi - Penang Ferry is not the only way to travel.
You can get there by taking a bus, then a shorter ferry between the ports of either Kuala Perlis or Kuala Kedah.
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