Taman Lagenda Langkawi
A scenically landscaped, well maintained folklore theme park, Taman Lagenda Langkawi, also known as Lagenda Park was opened in the year 1996. It is located right next to the Kuah Jetty and stands opposite to the Kuah waterfront. The park is also referred to as the open air garden museum and has several colourful statues inside its premises.There are sign boards that detail the myths associated with many of these sculptures; all of them in Malay as well as the English language. Gondwana Stone Wall which is a hilly formation located in the south west side of Langkawi, perched over Burau Bay marks the entrance of the park. Spread across 50 hectares of land, the park houses 17 colourful statues and sculptures in total.These sculptures are of various legends in Langkawi; comprising of mythical birds, evil ogres, princes and princesses, and other heroic models. The park also houses lush greenery - fruit trees, plants of numerous types and bright flowers. These attract nature lovers and make the park worth some exploration.Also a good picnic spot, the park can be walked through or one can hire a buggy to cart across the park. Moreover, the park exhibits Malaysian handicrafts made of local objects and artisans that can be taken as souvenirs for friends and family back home.