Headed to Cenang beach after this. Near the beach, you can find lots of street food and shops. The best place to bargain if you are interested in buying. There are also duty-free shops, McD, and cozy food outlets. The beach was very similar to what we see in Goa, crowded with people, adventure sports.
Cenang Beach: Since we did not stay on the Cenang beach, for us the beach was more of a visit during the night. We sat on one of the shacks where the owners have put bean bags on the sand for guests to sit on, had lit candles for adding romance in the air, and there was a fire show going on with amateur fire players doing their craft for the audience. One piece of trivia, after visiting almost the entire Malaysia before entering Langkawi, we found the food to be most expensive in Langkawi, especially in the Cenang beach area. Liquor is cheap as it’s a duty-free island but food is on the pricey side. We had to search for places where we could get some good south-Indian vegetarian food which doesn’t dent our pockets too much.