To many travelers who have gone to Langkawi and in many literatures written about Langkawi, the Seven Wells Waterfalls is synonymous with the island. Langkawi is now the most popular tourist destination in Malaysia and wherever there is a mention of Langkawi, Seven Wells is sure to follow.
Also known as the Telaga Tujuh Waterfalls in Malay, this considered the most popular waterfalls in the entire Langkawi archipelago. The rocks and slopes over which the waters cascade are beautifully crafted as though they were man-made. Mother Nature did some very good landscaping here. The rapidly flowing cool waters glide and pass through all seven pools as though they were being pumped and navigated by a wave machine. The stones and rocky surfaces have been smoothed by the waters through the centuries, so that visitors may ride with the current and slide from one pool to another as though the rocks were a playground slide for children. The seventh pool, the climax, is a 90 meters drop to a relaxing bath in the seventh pool below. The Seven Wells look even more inviting and picturesque, thanks to the surrounding lush foliage and sound of birds chirping. [Read more…]