The park is very good, but it is no longer a "legendary park". The location of the entrance has not changed, but the sculptures are gone (when we came to travel, we saw the remains of 2 legendary sculptures), all the legendary information is small. It’s nice to take a walk in this small park, it is no longer Chuanqi Park. It's a pity, because I like to read the legends here. It was built in 1996 and I hope I can still see the previous scenery because it is really good. The sculpture was not well maintained and was finally removed for safety reasons. The park is clean and beautiful. I am disappointed because I want to come here to watch legends. It looks like the park used to be beautiful, but it is now destroyed. We are even a little confused, what can we look at. And it was still raining the day I went, and there was a lot of water on the ground, which made it even worse. This is an interesting park near Eagle Square and Langkawi Pier. This is a very beautiful park with man-made lakes and beautiful mature landscapes. It overlooks the bay and has a wonderful sunset view. I have seen many local people walk and jog here. There is enough parking lot next to the park.
The legendary park in Langkawi is not very far from the famous Eagle Square. There are beautiful lakes and woods, and the scenery is very natural and beautiful. The entire park has a large area and is a place often visited by Langkawi citizens and tourists who come to visit. In Langkawi's hot summer, it is a natural summer resort.
Langkawi’s Legend Park is located next to the famous Giant Eagle Plaza. The lakes and mountains in the entire park are very beautiful. There is a calm lake in the center, and the surrounding forests and blue sky and white clouds in the sky are reflected in it, like a huge mirror, really beautiful.
Langkawi Legend Park ni dia jenis konsep open-air ‘garden museum’ berpemandangan kan Kuah waterfront and colourful statues, lengkap dengan specific sculptures are spread out across the park.
The park was built at a cost of MYR37 million and was officially opened on 27 April 1996 by reclaiming part of a waterfront in Kuah after 2 years of construction from the idea of Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad.