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Sea Splash Langkawi | Malaysia

When You Travelling To Langkawi, Cruising around the Andaman Sea is a must to enjoy to see the beauty of the sunset, water activities such as island hopping, snorkeling, diving or Fishing In a group. And Sea Splash Langkawi Is ready To serve You All the day on the Calm Ocean.
Meet Captain DON On the left and Captain Eddy Rush In the middle followed by our colourfull Sea Splash Crew at the back, Just Kidding...Hahahaha The Perfect Photo shot to be taken on the Bow. Might do Titanic T Pattern while hug your partner waist from the back, on the same time Your partner will automatically raise up both arm and make a T pattern.
While the Yacht is cruising out to the ocean, Everyone takes turn to get the most stunning photo for show off how Awesome the view was. Fully equipped with air conditioner with four bedrooms, living room, kitchen and three bathrooms. among the activities that can be taken during the cruise is fishing, karaoke and barbecue during dinner.
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Royal Langkawi Yacht Club, Langkawi | Malaysia

The award-winning 250-berths marina is situated on the south-east corner of Langkawi Island. The marina can accommodate mega-yachts up to 90 meters. First floor of the Fisherman’s Wharf building is the newly-opened Langkawi Yacht Club Hotel. It is open for business since May this year with 44 rooms from Courtyard, Skylight, Seaview and Hill View rooms. The Wharf will be accessible by a shuttle service every 30 minutes to/from major hotels within vicinity from 11am to midnight. Stay tuned to the regular weekly entertainment activities on-site that includes cultural, music and dance shows. From upper-end fine dining to casual or lunch-to-go as you pass by on your way to other activities in the Marina, the restaurants on Fisherman’s Wharf provide a unique dining experience. All restaurants on the Wharf are open daily. Fisherman’s Wharf Langkawi brings together a variety of restaurants to create a unique and multicultural experience that appeals to a broad spectrum of visitors from around…

Mahsuri's Tomb & Cultural Center, Langkawi | Malaysia

Mahsuri was a young woman who lived in Langkawi, an island in Kedah, Malaysia, during the late 18th century. According to folklore, she was accused of adultery and executed by stabbing. Her tomb, Makam Mahsuri, has become a tourist attraction on the island.

The Story

Mahsuri was the daughter of a couple who moved from their native Phuket to the island of Langkawi in search of a better life. She was the most beautiful in all of Langkawi and married the warrior Wan Darus (or Wan Derus). As was required of him, her husband had to go to war with the Siamese, leaving Mahsuri behind to fend for herself. It was during this time that Mahsuri befriended a young traveller named Deraman. The village chief's wife Wan Mahora was jealous of Mahsuri's beauty. She spread a rumour that Mahsuri was unfaithful and was having an affair with Deraman in the absence of Wan Darus. Eventually the rumours grew strong enough that the villagers openly accused her of adultery. Mahsuri pleaded her innocenc…