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Shopping in Langkawi


Shopping - Langkawi

Langkawi is a duty-free shopping haven, which offers an attractive range of local and imported goods for those who want something special and cheap. Most of the island's shopping establishments can be found in and around Kuah. A good place to start one's shopping spree is the modern Langkawi Fair Shopping Mall, which consists of 100 retail lots, housed in a 2-storey building.

Its anchor tenant, the Samudra Duty Free Department Store, stocks a wide selection of items such as perfumes and fragrances, cosmetics, leather wear, sports gear, ladies' accessories, confectionery, liquor and cigarettes The other shopping outlets to check out in Kuah is the Langkawi Duty Free (M) Sdn. Bhd and the Saga Shopping Centre. The former sells a range of duty free items and the latter a variety of imported kitchenware and household appliances, clothing, luggage, confectionery and assorted goods.

There are also other shops where shoppers can browse for bargains and perhaps pick up some local items. The Teow Soon Huat Parade in Pokok Assam just outside the town is another shopping outlet which is worthwhile exploring.
Visitors to the Langkawi Underwater World at Pantai Cenang should not miss the one Shopping Paradise Duty Free Centre housed within the same complex.

 

 

The wide range of items on sale include cigarette, liquor, cosmetics, watches, fashion ware, jewellery, confectionery and batik. Another popular shopping stops especially for visitors departing Langkawi by ferry is the Jetty Point Duty Free Complex, a 5-minute taxi ride from Kuah.  


Teow Soon Huat Parade

Here, there is also an attractive range of duty free items available including ladies and men's apparel and bric-a-brac. Among the many choices for shoppers include souvenir items such as pewter, handicraft, batik, crystals and glassware. Others include confectionery, liquor, silk fabrics, perfumes and fragrances, cosmetics, shoes and seafood items.
Visitors are allowed to bring back to the mainland one bottle of liquor and one carton of cigarettes after staying at least 48 hours on the island.

 

Minyak Gamat Minyak Gamat is made from air gamat, literally translated as "sea-slug juice", or by its more palatable title of "sea-cucumber juice". Locals believe in its healing qualities curing a number of ailments. As strange as this may sound, air gamat is also used as a vitality and virility tonic when mixed with other traditional herbs like tongkat ail, the famed rainforest root.
Gifts and Household products Souvenir and gift shops can be found near the Jetty Point Duty Free Complex where items range from coconut to marble products. Most of them are well-crafted and affordable but not all of them are produced locally. Products from neighbouring Thailand and Indonesia are also widely sold here, probably to be passed off as "native products".

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Jetty Point Duty Free Complex

     

 

 

 

 

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