MAKAM MASTURI IS A TRUSTED PLACE WHERE MAHSURI BINTI PANDAK MAYA IS BURIED ON LANGKAWI ISLAND , KEDAH . IT IS LOCATED ABOUT 12KM FROM KUAH AND IS LOCATED IN THE MAHSURI CITY COMPLEX , ULU MELAKA . PEOPLE'S STORIES SAY MAHSURI WAS BURIED WHERE HE WAS SENTENCED TO DEATH AT PADANG MAT SIRAT .
Mahsuri’s Moseleum is the center of the legend of Mahsuri, the maiden who was falsely accused of adultery & executed. With her dying breath she cursed the island of Langkawi with inactivity for 7 generations. The “curse” was lifted several years ago and the sleepy island of Langkawi has started to…
Mahsuri’s Tomb is the crypt of the legendary Princess Mahsuri. Located in the village of Mawat, 10km from mus guest house, it is also known as Makam Mahsuri. Most of the island’s natural attractions have fables attached in true Malay style and Mahsuri’s Tomb is probably its most famous legend.
“Malaysian-Thai cousine. Just great eats and they serve one of my favourite desserts; somewhat pricy in comparison, but they have the best mango sticky rice.”
“a natural heavenly waterfall to pleased your eyes,body and soul..should dip your legs here and the rest is ...awesome..”
“Featuring white sands and clear waters, Pantai Cenang’s expansive beach is also great for sunbathing and exciting water sports such as jet skiing and parasailing. High-end resorts, chalets and budget hotels with views of the Andaman Sea are aplenty here, attracting throngs of locals, expats, backpackers, and foreign tourists. Pantai Cenang’s nightlife scene is the liveliest on Langkawi Island, with plenty of beachfront bars and lounges offering inexpensive alcohol and snacks, as well as live music and cultural performances until late. There is plenty of foods along the streets with various taste both local and international menus.”
“This place has nice paintings which are also for sale, they serve beer and wine but cook halal food. It's western style food with salads and enjoyable atmosphere. A little pricey. ”
“The national fruit park. Tropical fruits such as rambutan, mango, jambu, cempedak, mangosteen, pineapple, etc. are available depending on certain seasons. Eating is FREE - entrance is not.”