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17 miles from Royal Langkawi Yacht Club

TELAGA HARBOUR MARINA. 06°22.029N, 99°41.043E

Two man-made islands have been built in Pantai Kok Bay to protect the entrance to Telaga Harbour Marina with Gunung (Mount) Mat Cincang providing a spectacular backdrop. A large sandy-bottom area of open water behind the islands offers good anchorage and some moorings in 3-5 metres.

The approach into the 67-berth marina leaves both of the artificial islands to port and there is a marked channel towards the lighthouse at the marina entrance. Entering the marina, the fuel and water berth is on the starboard side with local fishing boats tied alongside on port.

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Telaga Harbour, Langkawi
Telaga Harbour Marina, Langkawi | Photo by Bill O’Leary
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