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Langkawi Archipelago Malaysia

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Tasik Dajang Bun Ting (pregnant woman’s lake) is located on an island called Palau Dajangbunting (pregnant mermaid’s island).

Legend says that there lived a mermaid princes who was married to mainland prince. She gave birth to a child who she lost just after the labor.  She couldn’t handle that kind of lost, so she returned into the lake.

Before she went back she has blessed the lake, so every women with pregnancy problems would get well as soon as they take a bath in the lake.

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