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Seven Wells Waterfall    

  Mukim, Jalan Telaga Tujuh, 7000, Langkawi, Kedah |   012-570 0104
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4.6   (2,260)


Known locally as Telaga Tujuh, Seven Wells Waterfall is so named because seven natural pools have been formed at different levels by water streams that flow down the second highest mountain of Langkawi - Mount Mat Cincang. This is the most picturesque and undoubtedly the best waterfall in the island.

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What to Expect?

The total vertical fall is 91 meters and the lowest pool is formed at the bottom. Seven Wells Waterfall is located in Pantai Kok area and close to the Pantai Kok Beach and Oriental Village where the Cable Car ride takes place.

The legend says that this waterfall is home to fairies and that the water has healing powers. Completely surrounded by nature, with a diverse flora and fauna, the waterfall seems magical.

You need to hike from the car park. There are two ways of watching the waterfall. If you are not too keen climbing and tiring yourself and like to take a quick look of the vertical waterfall, then take a short walk up the service road that leads from the car park and take the left turn to reach the bottom of the falls. You will get great view of the fall from here. If you want, you can even bathe at the natural shallow pool here.

Seven Wells Waterfall has actually two parts that can be visited: the lower section and the upper section.

Lower Section

This is the most popular area since it doesn’t require a lot of effort to reach it. Here you will be welcomed by natural swimming pools and a tall, rocky vertical wall. Many people come here to take a swim.

Upper Section

Visitors can climb the 600 steep stairs to the top of the waterfall. There are signs along the way that indicate how many stairs are left to the top. The climb will take about 45 minutes but the views are definitely worth it. Visitors will also find natural jacuzzi pools. As the water currents are pretty strong, visitors can swim here, but must do it with extreme caution.

The final well before you get to the very long drop off the edge of the waterfall creates the infinity pool. This well is just over a meter deep and has a large wire barrier in front of it.

If you’re planning a trip to Langkawi, you should definitely add Seven Wells Waterfall to your itinerary. This natural wonder is the perfect place to relax for a few hours.

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 Address:   Mukim, Jalan Telaga Tujuh, 7000, Langkawi, Kedah

012-570 0104

Everyday 8:30 AM - 7:30 PM
  Reviews 4.6   (2,260)
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    Kuntal ROY

    a week ago

    Amazing off beat location 20 min walkable
    Beneath the 7 wells
    The legend says that this waterfall is home to fairies and that the water has healing powers. I kinda understand how the legend has started.

    Seven Wells Waterfall or Jalan Telaga Tujuh as it’s called by locals, is probably one of the island’s most beautiful natural attractions.

    The waterfall flows down the second highest mountain on Langkawi – Mount Mat Cincang and is a popular destination for both tourists and locals. The total vertical fall is 91-meters long but from the base you can only see a small part of it.

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    Joonas Rajaniemi

    2 weeks ago

    Nice waterfall with great views. There are two places to visit - the waterfall itself is the first one to the left and a quick 5 minute walk. Then the seven wells are a bit higher and behind around 700 steps through the forest, which should take you around 15 minutes. It is not a hike though as the road is fully paved and the steps are made out of concrete. Very easy to get to where all the pictures are from. The hike to the top only starts from the seven wells area and is a completely different experience.

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    a month ago

    An absolutely amazing experience! The waterfall is gorgeous and the water is clear and refreshing, especially after the hike and with the warm weather.

    The seven wells are quite nice too, you need to hike slightly more to get there. I suggest going to the wells first then to the waterfall, so you can rest and enjoy a nice swim before heading back.

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    5 months ago

    Really nice place to visit. It’s free to go and 100% worth going up the stairs for the nice view and the nice waterfalls. We went up during the dry season so there were some nice natural slides and the water was the perfect temperature to cool down. Beware for the monkeys that will open your unattended bags for food or other stuff that they like. Awesome place to make cool pictures and it’s allowed to fly with your drone over here. This is also the place to start the hike through the jungle to walk up the nice hills over here. Free parking for your motorbike and some small stores at the start of the stairs.

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    Hanief Harun

    a month ago

    Beautiful! That’s what I can say. The place is clean. They even have their own cleaners there. Went there on weekdays, so no issue for parking and queue. The view of waterfall is amazing. However, visitors need to hiking a bit to reach the waterfall, but trust me, worth the sweat!

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