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I first visited Queen Mahsur’s tomb On my first visit to Langkawi 18 years ago I also visit again in 2017. On my first visit it was a very simple grave and area and it didn’t look like much. In 2017 a lot of work...More
The entrance is a little disappointing, very dirty and looks like an abandoned hall. There's not enough direction signage too.
We managed to catch a glimpse of the local folks playing a few mins of music in the entrance hall.
There are a few houses...More
With the entrance fees of RM12 per person, this is something super not value for money. You can finish the entire tour by maybe 15 minutes? Nothing to see,not informative, maintenance everywhere,and all these cost you RM12.
Ticket is RM12 for local. Not bad. Learn a lot of Mahsuri past. Interesting. I did henna there with my mom as well. Very cheap and beautiful!
But the location is very far away from cites. Quite hard to get Uber during weekdays.
The place is about the princess' tomb. Apart from it, there is a rather tired headman's house and a small museum.
The museum had air conditioning which was not turned on. Our visit was around noon time, so the heat and humidity were rather uncomfortable....More
There is a lot of new scenery being built and visitor able to understand more about the oldest Kedah culture. Great improvement and worth to pay a visit if compare to my last trip to Langkawi which is about 20 year ago.
It is a job to quantify what Makem Masuri is all about , and what is the significance of the place.
Based on a legend involving a beautiful princess (are you reading this Disney ?), and, of course, a spiteful relative, together with a 7...More