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Parking Facility : No

Timings : 9:00 AM - 7:00 PM every day

Entry Fees : Free

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Taman Lagenda, Langkawi Overview

Located beside the Kuah Jetty, Lagenda Langkawi Dalam Taman ( Legendary Langkawi in a Garden) is a mesmerizing landscaped garden, themed on the folklore and myths of Langkawi. The 50-hectare compound consists of 17 colourful sculptures including mythical birds, evil ogres, heroic giants and beautiful princesses.

Officially opened in 1996 and designed by Tuan Syed Ahmad Ibrahim, Taman Lagenda, or the Lagenda Park was created by reclaiming a part of the waterfront. The entrance to the park is through a Gondwana stone wall which shows the formation of Langkawi Island through plate tectonic movement.

On one side of the park is a man-made beach affording an amazing view of the water area and the statue of Eagle Square. Taman Lagenda also showcases traditional Malaysian handicrafts and cultural objects.

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Attractions at Taman Lagenda

The park offers charming folk tales which are intertwined with the present day Langkawi. It is 50 acres of winding paths that lead to ponds and gardens.
  • The Lagenda Park is full of flowers, shrubs and fruit trees surrounding the trails and along the garden ponds. 
  • With its clean and fresh air, the park is a favourite spot of joggers. 
  • One can have a look at the map of Islands of Langkawi.
  • There is also a wonderful range of animals and birds present around the park.
  • A beautiful bridge is seated between the park entrance and the town which goes perfectly with the old world charm of the place.
  • In one of the small gardens is located the Banjaran Gondwana which is a part of the Gondwana Range and depicts that Malaysia was a part of the Gondwana Range.
  • There is also a pond named Laluan Hujan Hujan which means Rain Driving Rain.
  • The Lagenda Park is adorned by various statues portraying different legends. These statues represent extremely interesting and fascinating tales which are written on signboards and explain the legend both in Malay and English.
  • There is a celebration Gallery at the end of Taman Lagenda. Malaysian handicrafts and cultural objects are also displayed.
Taman Lagenda, Langkawi
View of the lake located at Taman Lagenda (Source)

How to Reach Taman Lagenda

Located at Kuah, Lagenda Park is about 400 meters away from Jetty Point and will take about 10 minutes by walk.

One can reach the park by taking a taxi from anywhere in Langkawi. If you choose to go by your own car, make sure that you park it at Kuah Jetty car parking, there is no car parking available at the Lagenda Park.


  • Lagenda Park has no facilities of washrooms and eateries, however, Jetty Point Shopping Complex or Langkawi Fair Shopping Mall can be visited for the same which are within walking distance.
  • You can also visit Eagle Square and take advantage of some duty-free shopping.

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