- Admission ticket to Cable Car with Standard Gondola
- Admission ticket to 3D Art Gallery
- Admission ticket to SkyRex
- Admission ticket to SkyDome
- Not include SkyBridge, SkyGlide ticket and 6D Cinemation
- Opening Hours: 9:00pm-5:00pm, 7 days a week, including school & public holidays (subject to change)
- Free entrance for children under two (2) years old
- Last admission is 1 hour before closing time
- The cable car will close during heavy rain, strong winds or lightning.
- Langkawi Cable Car is also closed periodically for routine scheduled maintenance. You can check the dates of closures in advance on the operator’s official website to avoid disappointment.
- Each gondola can accommodate up to six persons. Try to avoid getting out at the middle station on your way down because you might have to wait for a long time to get a gondola with vacant seats coming from the top station. They usually coming in full.
- On public holidays, weekends and cruise excursion, there can be a long queue at the ticketing counter. You will need to line up at the ticket counter and then again queue up at the waiting area until you get your turn to board the cable car. So, try to reach there early and few minutes before the counter opens. You might be able to avoid the queue.
- On a sunny day, it is usually quite hot up there. So, wear a cap, comfortable clothes and walking shoes.
4 in 1 Combo Langkawi Cable Car
The journey begins at the Base Station located at Oriental Village to Middle Station at 650m which covers 1700m in distance. In Middle Station, you can disembark to the observatory deck to take photo and enjoy the breathtaking views of the mountains, valleys, islands and the Andaman Sea. You can board the cable car again for final 450m to reach to Top Station. There are two platforms at the top station, one on the left and the other on the right of the cable car station. On a sunny day you will see the tiny island scattered in Andaman sea down below, mountains, caves and overhanging cliff walls. You can also see some parts of Indonesia and Thailand.
On the other side of platform, you will see the Langkawi Skybridge, a spectacular 125m curved suspension bridge suspended by a single pylon above a deep ravine between two mountain tops. You can access the Skybridge by take a short 10 minutes’ walk through a jungle trail or you can take SkyGlide.
Located at the Top Station, the bridge is suspended from a 82m high single pylon and measuring at 125m in length. The structure ranks among the world’s longest curve suspension bridge. The bridge deck is located 660 metres (2,170 ft) above sea level at the peak of Gunung Mat Cincang.
There are two ways to access SkyBride which are through a stairway (SkyTrail) through a jungle trail that will take around 10-20 minutes’ walk or SkyGlide. For elderly, children, a person with walking disabilities or baby in a stroller are recommended to take SkyGlide as the stairway is rather steep. Entering fee to SkyBridge with SkyTrail will costs an additional RM 6 for adults and RM 4 for children.
We suggest for those who have walking disabilities, elderly, children or baby in a stroller to take SkyGlide as it would be much faster and convenient way of visiting SkyBridge. However, expect some delay during public and school holidays as SkyGlide only can accommodate up to 12 persons or 1,050 kilogram of load per trip. You can experience SkyGlide at a price of RM 16 for adults and RM 11 for children (ticket can be purchase at SkyBridge Ticketing Counter at Top Station).
After entering the SkyRex, visitors take their seats on a tram styled simulator and are taken on a 5 minutes’ fun filled journey that assaults that senses-physical platform drops, dynamic motion, blasts of air, water spray, vibrations, dramatic lighting, surround sound and 3D film projected to the front and both sides of the tram with 4D effects combines to give the most realistic experience possible. Equipped with five 3D version projectors, SkyRex immerses passengers in a simulated 3D environment produced on curved surround-screen. Each ‘tram’ unit of 30 seats sits upon a dynamic motion base and is surrounded by 3D projection which combined with a range of 4D effects, results in an unrivalled attraction to entertain and educate.
3D Art Museum
Langkawi 3D Art Museum is the largest 3D art museum in Malaysia and second largest in the world, features more than 200 impressive artworks that look alive when photographed. This three-storey building with an exhibition space that covers 2,000 square metres, Langkawi Art in Paradise 3D Museum is divided into nine interactive zones including optical illusion, aquatic, safari, fantasy, classic, castles, landscapes, Egyptian, and Malaysian zones. There are more than 200 beautiful and meticulous artworks, all of which are hand-painted by 23 leading Korean artists in collaboration with talented local artists.
SkyDome is equipped with 12 projectors which offered 360 degrees of 3D image projections which easily covered your field of view. The sensation is lifted into next dimension and further enhanced with high definition (HD). It will definitely plunge you into an unforgettable experience. Now, relax and let yourself drift along at the whim of your own imagination.
6D Cinemotion in Oriental Village is the first outdoor entertainment in Asia and also the first 6D Cinemotion in Langkawi. This 6D Cinemotion takes 3D movie viewing pleasure to a new world. Visitors will be exposed to various combinations of special effects similar to what the onscreen characters are experiencing.
Oriental Village, Jalan Telaga Tujuh, 07000 Langkawi, Kedah
Open Daily 9.00am-7.00pm