Cheap flights from New Delhi to Langkawi
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- Mon 18 NovDELLGKIndiGoIndirectOne way from ₹ 8,998
- Mon 25 NovDELLGKIndiGoIndirectOne way from ₹ 9,375
- Fri 22 NovDELLGKIndiGoIndirectOne way from ₹ 9,454
Flight information New Delhi to Langkawi
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Average flight time, total distance 3435 kilometres
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What you need to know before flying from New Delhi to Langkawi?
New Udaan Bhavan, Opp. T3 IGI Airport, New Delhi – 110037, India
Pengurus Lapangan Terbang, Malaysia Airport Berhad, Lapangan Terbang Antarabangsa Langkawi, 07100 Padang Mat Sirat, Malaysia
Getting to New Delhi airport
- Indira Gandhi airport is a large, world-class airport with two domestic terminals (T1, T2) and one international terminal (T3).
- The airport lies 20 km south of the city centre on the Delhi-Gurgaon Expressway.
- Travellers can reach the airport using prepaid cabs, metered taxis or rickshaws, or hop on the Orange Line of the Delhi metro to reach the airport.
Travelling from Langkawi airport
- Langkawi airport is located on the north-western side of the island.
- Travellers can hire a taxi, rent a car with a driver, or choose to rent a car or motorbike and drive around the island.
- You can check for car hire options here.
Facilities at New Delhi and Langkawi airports
- Indira Gandhi airport offers free Wi-Fi for 45 minutes. Travellers can also avail of currency exchange services, ATMs and banks. There are numerous dining options as well as seating areas. Passengers can also make use of the premium lounges.
- Langkawi airport has no aerobridges. It has free Wi-Fi for travellers. It has one bank that also offers money exchange, and a few ATM machines. There are multiple dining options for travellers at Langkawi airport.
Tips on how to make the best out of your flight journey from New Delhi to Langkawi
Average flying time from New Delhi to Langkawi, including a stop-over, is around eight hours. There are no direct flights. Langkawi is considered an island paradise, and has many beautiful and scenic spots to visit. Don’t miss a ride on the cable car that ends at the Langkawi Sky Bridge. As the entire island is a duty-free hub, it also offers excellent shopping.
New Delhi is 2h 30min behind Langkawi, Malaysia.
Weather in Langkawi
The climate is tropical, being hot and humid year-around. The best months to visit the island are between November and April, where there is light rainfall and sunshine in equal measure. September and October are the rainy months with heavy showers.
1 Malaysian Ringgit (MYR) is equivalent to around 16 Indian Rupees (INR). See more here. Carry crisp, unsoiled notes to get a better rate of exchange.
Cost of living in Langkawi
A taxi from the airport to the city will cost between RM 15 and 20. Visitors can enjoy an inexpensive meal from a roadside stall or market for around RM 5. A meal at a mid-range restaurant is around RM 25 per person.
Mode of payments accepted in Langkawi
Cash is only accepted in the local currency, and money changers and exchanges dot the island. Keep money on hand to pay for meals at small restaurants and for street food, cabs, and ferries, as well as shopping at local markets. Hotels and large establishments and big shopping centres will accept credit cards.
Best places for your first meal in Langkawi
Malaysian cuisine has influences of Thai, Chinese, and Indian cultures. Langkawi offers excellent seafood at various price points. Nasi Lemak and Roti Canai are two must-try local dishes, as well as the Hokkien Mee, a noodle dish that is ubiquitous in Chinese-Malay cuisine. Experiencing the food culture by eating at stalls and hawker centres is a good way to start.
Information and data provided on this page is correct as of October 17th, 2016.
Prices shown on this page are estimated lowest prices only. Found in the last 45 days.