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RURAL LANGKAWI
KAMPUNG LIFE

KAMPUNG LIFE & VILLAGE PEOPLE

Just grab a bicycle or motorcycle and get lost … drive around and dip into the village life of Langkawi. Friendly fishermen, talkative housewifes, funny kids doing their things in a laid back island mode. Stroll around padi fields, check out the river harbours or visit fresh markets to get a feeling what is Langkawi life about.

MORE ABOUT THE NIGHT MARKETS

PASAR MALAM - NIGHT MARKET

The weekly highlight of community life are the night markets with meet and greet. On every week day a night market is held in a different village.

FISHERMAN VILLAGES

At every mouth of a river you find this little fishermen harbours… and usually a village next to it… Check out the colorfull boats and the original life style of Langkawi fishermen.

FAMILY PEOPLE

Malay are family people and the family means everything to them: family=keluarga, child(-ren)=anak(-anak), husband=suami, wife=isteri, brother=abang (older), adik (younger), sister=kakak (older) adik (younger), uncle=pak cik, aunt=mak cik, cousin=pupu, grandfather=datuk, grandmother=nenek, grandchild=cucu

TRADITIONAL WOODEN HOUSES

All around the island you can find those traditional wooden houses. Rumah kayu playing a big part in local culture and malay identity. Concept and its making is fitted to climate, family structures and lifestyle.

PADI FIELDS

Simply a beautiful look and atmosphere… Just grab a bike and cycle around the padi fields of Langkawi. We love it!

FREE COWS

Happy free cows al over the island… But be aware when you drive around they can be dangerous for traffic… Water buffalo are even worse, at night you hardly can see them…

LIZARD WHISPERER

Huge part of Langkawis culture are its legends. And those are plenty. At Taman Lagenda (Legend Park in Kuah, nearby the harbour) was a good place to learn about those (unfortunately not in a good condition now).

WET MARKET

Even if you don't feel like buying fresh seafood or vegetables, it is always interesting to check out the local markets and the business of mongering the freshly caught fish.

BATIK SARONG

At this climate a sarong is still the best thing to wear… You should do it too, at least when you stay at your place. And why not bring some home as gifts for your friends.

HOOLIGANS

Those Macaque monkeys are funny fellas, but you need to be carefull … they are hooligans and organised in gangs… likely to steal your handbag or other items… therefor don't bring any food to places where you can expect them.
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