Kuala Kedah-Langkawi ferry services to stop for two weeks


PETALING JAYA: Passenger ferry services from the Kuala Kedah jetty to the Kuah terminal in Langkawi will stop operations for 14 days.


The Marine Department said the services would cease from 12.01am Sept 11 until midnight on Sept 25, following the enhanced movement control order (MCO) in 28 areas in Kota Setar.

“Passengers who want to go to the Kuah terminal will need to use ferry services from the Kuala Perlis ferry terminal.

“The Marine Department expects a rapid increase in commuters at this terminal within the two weeks,” it said in a statement on Friday (Sept 11).

It added that to avoid any inconvenience, passengers are advised to refer to the ferry schedule via http://time.langkawiferryline.com.

Those with enquiries can contact Kuala Perlis Marine Department duty officer Khairul Azhar at 04-985 4160 or 019-589 6881.

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