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What's wrong with this attraction? I remember visiting this attraction 17 years ago. It is very beautiful. But now, it's frustrating to see that the main attraction that became part of Langkawi's history will be demolished. Local governments should take measures. Overseas tourists may want to learn about history and come to this place, but...let's do more...seriously. This place is small. Because there is not much to see, 12 MYR per person is not worth it. There should have been multiple cultural performances, but when we arrived, the "performers" just lay in uniforms, ignoring our existence. Masurie’s story is easy to read online. The museum is nothing special.
Masuri’s Tomb is an attraction with local historical stories. It was built to commemorate Princess Mahsuri more than 200 years ago. It is not far from Gua Town. You can stop by when you drive. In fact, Princess Masuri is not really buried here. , This is more like a memorial hall for Princess Masuri.
Legend has it that the story of Mussoorie is very famous in Malaysia. If you really introduce legends and historical events, Mussoorie is a must visit place. In the time of Masuri, it was the story, family, tomb and local culture of the eighteenth century. If you want to find the cheapest local massage oil and batik, then come here, this place has many small shops, the cheapest price on the island.
Chartered car all the way to play, look at the tour map here is also a recommended attraction, you need to charge tickets, like 15 MYR per person, this mausoleum is to commemorate the beautiful Princess Mahsuri who lived here more than 200 years ago. A legendary and tragic story, I don’t even study it too much and I don’t remember it. The tombstones and tombs are all carved from the white marble that is abundant on the island, and they are elegant in shape. But the more worth visiting is the local handicraft display, so this place is more like a cultural village. It has a strong pastoral style inside. The wooden building is similar to the Yunnan-style stilt building. Inside, there are fried noodles for sale. The shape is peculiar, and the taste is okay.
Mahsuri’s tomb was converted into a historical site, including a garden surrounded by a white marble fence, a traditional Malay house, a theater and a three-dimensional model museum reconstruction, which contains some of her jewelry and kills Die her weapon.