It is believed that the young Mahsuri bled white blood, which was interpreted by the local people at that time as innocent.
Mahsuri laid a curse on Langkawi Island, for the next 7 generations to have bad luck and will not prosper. Now, the seventh generations have supposedly passed, Langkawi began to prosper as a tourist attraction.
Walking around in Makam Mahsuri, you will notice the classic Malay architecture, the wood
Malay houses. In the complex is a tomb, which is believed to be of Mahsuri's.
The entrance fee:
RM5/adult and RM2.50/child for locals
RM10/adult, RM5/child for non-local.