- Race Home
- Stage 1101.1km Langkawi - Langkawi
- Stage 2132.5km Sg. Petani - Taiping
- Stage 3166.5km Kampar - Kuala Lumpur
- Stage 4110.9km Subang - Genting Highlands
- Stage 5139.9km Karak - Rembau
- Stage 6199.1km Melaka - Pontian
- Stage 7230.1km Kota Tinggi - Pekan
- Stage 8202.6km Kuantan - Marang
- Stage 9111.1km Bandar Permaisuri - Kuala Terengganu
- Stage 10114.7km Tasik Kenyir - Kuala Terengganu
- Race history
The Tour de Langkawi
The Tour de Langkawi has always provided a good shop window of young potential, as many teams send youthful squads to the Malaysian Island. This year is no different.
There are a number of young riders who are capable of success in the overall classification. Last year’s winner Julián Arredondo will not be making a return after he was snatched up by Trek Factory racing over the winter. Another young Colombian is one of the favourites to take succeed him. Esteban Chaves (Orica-GreenEDGE) had a rough time of it lat season, but has been touted as one of the next big things by his team manager Matt White. The 24-year-old has already proved his talent with overall victory at the 2011 Tour de l’Avenir.