East village (Oriental Village) in Langkawi
Langkawi Oriental village (Oriental Village) is specially designed for tourists, the village is the attraction. But do not be deceived by the name and believe that the village is designed for those who wish to get acquainted with the life and way of life of the inhabitants of a typical Malay village. In fact, the village here and does not smell. The main commercial idea of its creators is to collect in one place a large number of tourists and a large number of duty-free and souvenir shops that trade was more briskly. Settled here more than 30 duty-free shops. And around were not only the shops and the tourists are not too bored, here added entertainment, cafes and restaurants, has created a beautiful setting. Over time, this attraction turned into a mini-town. Here on the street artists paint portraits, hear traditional music, see performances by folk singers and theatrical performances. Here you can just buy fast food and wander the streets from shop to shop to look at fishes in the pond, swim in the mini pool, poison on tour on a boat-amphibious (Duck Tour), visit the 3D Museum, take a walk on a Segway, ride on elephants and much more.
In General, despite the commercial focus, to visit the village of worth, all the more so to pass it you can't, because the station Langkawi cable car is located here.
🕐 Working time: cafes and entertainment in the East village start to work from 8 in the morning and start to close at 18:00.
💵 Entrance fee / ticket price: free.
🚶 How to get there: the East village is a short distance from Pantai Kok on the West of the island (the East village on the map). The taxi ride from the beaches of Pantai Cenang and Pantai Tengah from here will cost 28 ringgit. For the rental of transport there is ample free Parking space.