Ferry to Langkawi Schedule 2018 (Jadual)

If you want to take the Ferry to Langkawi Island (Pulau Langkawi), there are various ports on the mainland, as well as a few islands that operate regular high-speed boat services to one of Malaysia's top tourist destinations.

A high-speed ferry boat to Langkawi IslandA high-speed ferry boat to Langkawi Island

The main ferry terminal on Langkawi is at Kuah Jetty.

For more information about Kuah Jetty in Langkawi click here >

Ferry from Kuala Perlis to Kuah Langkawi :

Kuala Perlis Jetty has the most regular services to and from Kuah (the main ferry terminal on Langkawi) and is the shortest route from the Malaysian mainland, taking just over an hour to make the trip once the boat leaves the port.

To see the schedule and fares from K. Perlis to Langkawi click here >

To see the schedule from Kuah to K. Perlis click here >

Kuala Perlis Jetty is easy to reach by:

1) Bus / coach from most popular larger towns and cities and the bus station is located just a few minutes walk away from the ferry terminal.

To find buses to K. Perlis click here >

2) To get to Kuala Perlis by train you have to travel to the KTM Arau Railway Station, then take a bus (via Kangar) or taxi to the port.

For the ETS timetable to Arau from the south (ie KL, Ipoh) click here >

For the Komuter train timetable from the border with Thailand at Padang Besar click here >

For the Komuter train timetable from Butterworth Penang click here >

Langkawi Car Ferry from K. Perlis

Kuala Perlis is also currently the only port where you can take your car with you on the boat to Langkawi, with a couple of companies now operating roll-on, roll-off car ferries to Langkawi.

These car ferries depart just next to the main foot passenger ferry terminal at Kuala Perlis and go to Tanjung Lembong Port on the island.

For more information, times and fares for the car ferry to Langkawi click here >

Ferry from Kuala Kedah to Langkawi :

The port of Kuala Kedah (near the city of Alor Setar), has the second largest amount of trips a day to Kuah.

To view the ferry schedule and fares from K. Kedah to Langkawi click here >

To view the ferry schedule from Kuah to K. Kedah click here >

To get to Kuah Jetty you can travel by:

1) Bus via Alor Setar Bus Station (Shahab Perdana Bus Terminal), then take a local bus or taxi to the port at Kuah.

To find buses to Alor Setar click here >

2) Take a train to Alor Setar, then take a taxi to the jetty or walk in to town and take a local bus.

For train schedules to Alor Sear click here >

Ferry from George Town, Penang to Langkawi :

If you are staying in George Town on Penang Island, there is a direct high speed ferry service that operates a few times a day.

For the schedule and fares to and from Penang to Langkawi click here >

For alternative ways to travel from Penang to Langkawi by cheaper train / bus / ferry combinations click here >

To find flights between LGK - PEN airports click here >

Ferry to Langkawi from Thailand :

Ferry from Koh Lipe to Langkawi :

If you want to travel from Thailand to Langkawi by ferry you can (during the high season months) take a high-speed boat from this idyllic Thai island to either Kuah or Telaga (on the west coast of Langkawi).

To see the timetables and fares for boats to and from Koh Lipe click here >

Ferry from Satun to Langkawi :

To travel from the Thai mainland, you can take a boat from Tammalang Pier near the town of Satun in the very south-west corner of Thailand, easily reached from Hat Yai by minibus or much slower local bus.

For boat times and fares to and from Satun click here >

For the best ways to travel between Langkawi and Hat Yai in Thailand click here >

For how to travel from Kuala Perlis Jetty to the Thailand border at Padang Besar click here >

Related Pages:

How to travel from Kuala Lumpur to Langkawi >

How to travel from Penang to Langkawi >

How to travel from Langkawi to Penang >

Singapore to Langkawi by Train >