Parasailing in Langkawi
FROM MYR257.00

Go parasailing in Langkawi, Malaysia and enjoy spectacular views of around Langkawi archipelago as you float 500 feet above the tranquil blue Andaman Sea. Naam offer heart-thumping parasailing experiences with unparalleled safety standards. The experience lasts a total of 30 minutes, and takes place at our private island, Paradise 101 in Langkawi localhost.


Parasailing Experiences in Langkawi

Naam group offer a range of parasailing experiences to suit you. Our high tech, custom built Parasailing vessels, water sports lovers can finally experience the adrenaline fuelled thrills of Parasailing with uncompromised safety standards and comfort for the whole family.

Single parasailing experiences
If you’re an adrenaline junkies who’s on the hunt for their next adventure, our single person parasailing experience is perfect for you.
Double parasailing experiences
For couples or friends who want to go parasailing together, why not book a double parasailing experience?
Triple parasailing experiences
Perfect for groups of friends or family, our triple parasailing experience means that you can glide across the Andaman sea all together.


– A minimum of 50 kg for Single flyer and maximum of 250kg for Triple Flyer. – If a flyer is lighter than 50kg then they must fly as a double or triple.
Parasailing from our parasail winch boat is SAFER than parasailing from the beach like many unlicensed operators in Cenang beach, for the following reasons: 1. The parasail winch boat is able manoeuvre into any wind direction, this is important for two reasons. Firstly, for take-off and landing, by being able to fly straight into the wind keeps the parasail straight which stops the parasail veering of violently to find the wind, which is what can happen from the beach take-off. When take-off is done from the beach and the wind direction is not ideal the parasail and passenger can veer off course, possibly sending the parasail into objects or bystanders. Secondly, it allows the take-off and landing to be made at the slowest speed possible, this gives a much more controlled landing and therefore reduces the opportunity for any injury unlike from the beach where uncontrolled hard landings are common. 2. Should the wind increase unexpectedly while flying, the parasail winch boat is able to manoeuvre accordingly and winch the passengers down to the boat. Parasailing from the beach relies on the wind conditions to be correct in order to get the boat, parasail and flayers back to the landing area. Changing wind conditions have caused passengers to be stuck in the air for hours or even have the towboat pulled onto the beach with passengers hitting buildings etc.
We do offer Single Flyer, Double Flyer and Triple Flyer options.