The brainchild of Malaysia's Prime Minister, this prominent, 19—acre landmark is major attraction to visitors disembarking at Kuah Jetty. The centerpiece of the site is a huge and splendid statue of the reddish brown eagle after which Langkawi is named. According to local folklore "Kawi" in old Malay means reddish-brown eagle and "Lang" is the shortened term for helang (eagle). Hence Langkawi is known as the “Eagle State” The tranquility and soft, cool sea breezes make this picturesque spot a great place for leisurely strolls or a romantic dinner in one of the nearby restaurants.
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