There are at least 14 versions of the legend of Mahsuri although we do know that she was the daughter of Thai immigrants and married the warrior Wan Darus. The legends revolve around an accusation of adultery and her death by stabbing.
The stories say that white blood flowed from her proving her innocence and that with her final breath she cursed Langkawi for seven generations. The last of those seven generations passed just as tourism came to Langkawi and it began to prosper again.
Aside from a small museum about the Mahsuri legend there is also a traditional Langkawi house to explore and a handicrafts shop at the memorial compound.
Tours & Tickets
Langkawi is one of the best ways to fully experience the island’s rich history and verdant sights. Enjoy the legends and attractions in this paradise Island. ... Read more
Location: Langkawi, Malaysia
Duration: 8 hours (approx.)