The Seven Wells waterfall is named after the seven pools (wells) that can be found at the top of the waterfall. The entrance to the well-kept park is near the famous Cable Car Station. From the car park you follow the road until a signboard where the right trail climbs steeply up to the actual wells. The left trail leads to the fall.
The entrance of Telaga Tujoh
The left trail leads to the fall
The Telaga Tujoh fall
The waterfall is quite impressive, but you have to choose the rainy season, as the water flow is seasonal. September is a good time to visit the Langkawi falls.
The top part of the fall
Lower part of the fall
Easy to spend hours here!
The waterfall is a popular one and attracts many visitors. When you want to visit the 'wells', you have to climb up a steep, well-maintained trail to the top of the waterfall.
Along the trail to the wells
Some of the seven wells
Even in the dry season, the wells will generally have enough water for a bath. Be careful walking to the edge, the rocks can be slippery. It is possible to trek into the jungle.
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