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Dayang Bunting Lake or 'Tasik Dayang Bunting', Langkawi

The island, which is about 20 kilometres from Kuah town, is modestly populated on one side and virtually uninhabited on the other where the lake is situated.

The legend of Tasik Dayang Bunting goes like this: The favourite bathing pool of a celestial princess named Mambang Sari was said to be Tasik Dayang Bunting (Lake of the Pregnant Maiden). A prince, Mat Teja, fell madly in love with her and tricked her into marrying him.

Sadly, their child died from a mysterious illness at the age of seven days. Distraught, the grieving Mambang Sari left the child's body in the lake and returned to her heavenly abode. Today, some believe that barren women who bathe in this lake will be endowed with a child.

Getting Here

By Boat
From Kuah Jetty or at Pantai Cenang, you can hire a boat from the many boat operators there to Pulau Dayang Bunting. The journey takes about 15 minutes.

Who To Contact

Langkawi Tourist Information Centre

Phone: +604-966 7789/ 955 7155

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