About 30 km from mainland Malaysia lies the Langkawi archipelago. It consists of 99 islands, but only 4 of them are inhabited: Singa, Dayyang-Bunting, Tuba and Langkawi. The latter gave its name to this natural paradise, washed by the waters of the Andaman Sea.
The island is a collection of luxurious beaches and cozy hotels for every taste, surrounded by jungle, palm groves and rice fields. Langkawi is considered one of the best resorts in Malaysia.
HOW TO GET TO LANGKAVI?
By sea. Between the island and the mainland, water communication is developed. Ferries run from 07:00 to 19:00. Travel time from Kuala Kedah is 1 hour. 40 min., Kuala Perlis, Aarau, Alor-Stara – 50 minutes, Continue reading
The once modest fishing village of Kuta has become one of the best resorts on the island of Bali. It all started in the mid-1970s, when surfers chose a long beach with high waves. They were followed by lovers of lazy relaxation and noisy parties. The town began to build hotels, clubs, restaurants and other infrastructure, without which the average tourist from Europe, Australia or America cannot live. Today Kuta is a center of entertainment and trade.
A large French chain store that sells everything you need – from food and clothing to electronics and household goods. There is a small food court, where you can enjoy dishes of European and Balinese Continue reading
Larnaca Airport has only one passenger terminal with an area of 98,000 m2. The building is divided into 2 levels. The upper one is for departures, the lower one serves departing flights. For comfortable landing and disembarkation of people, 16 telescopic rails are provided. At peak loads in high season, buses are additionally used.
The infrastructure of the airport is well developed. There are a variety of shops, including Duty Free, ATMs, cafes, currency exchange points, car rental, luggage storage, there is even a play area for children. Good Wi-Fi is available throughout.
Parking is available near the terminal. The cost of parking is 10 € for the first day, the next will cost 4 €. Continue reading