Telaga Tujuh Waterfalls

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Telaga Tujuh Waterfalls
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BotakChin
Langkawi, Malaysia31 contributions
Many waterfall experiences in one falls
Dec 2020
If you think what you see in the typical photo of the 7-wells waterfall, is what you'll experience, it's only the tip of its iceberg. 7-wells, also called Telaga Tujuh in Malay, is a collection of clusters of waterfalls. Yes that's right, not just a cluster, but a collection of clusters. The typical photo is just the highest falls. Below it, is a cascading cluster of many pools at various levels, with smooth streaming water channels from one to another. Many of these channels are on bare rock, smoothened over many millenia of flowing water, that you can slide from one pool to the next just like a water-themepark ride. Not just one, but a series of them. This mountain range is 550million years old.

If you have all day, after playing at the lower falls, or even before, climb up the hiking trail staircase to the upper falls. The area above this tall falls in the typical photos, has a spacious picnic area, and an even bigger open space with even more terraced pools of even longer cascading waterslides. You just cannot finish this themepark in a day. I had to go back another day to enjoy it again!
Written 21 May 2021
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Ivana
7 contributions
Very beautiful waterfall
Jan 2021 • Family
Kept extremely clean. Maintenance team is constantly working, very nice to see. Not a difficult trip to the waterfall as there were steps.
I also took the trail to the peak (only completed halfway) super super beautiful and well maintained
Written 8 January 2021
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Rory James DOYLE
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia2,173 contributions
Waterfalls
Dec 2020 • Family
There are a lot of steps to climb but its worth it. First waterfall is pleasant to look at. Then walk up more steps for 20 mins to next waterfall/rock pools is excellent. Bring swimming togs. Free of charge to enter. Only rm2 parking at entrance. Toilets and simple shops onsite.
Written 29 December 2020
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katelijne V
Seremban, Malaysia8 contributions
Finishing our walk with a coconut
Oct 2020
We came for the walk. Don't stop at the first level but go to the second level. it is definitely worth it. A lot more places to sit in the water. We were a bit late to start the walk to the summit. This gives us a reason to come back here.
At the bottom, we had a coconut drink at the stall. The lady is very friendly, after finishing the drink, she cuts the coconut open so you can eat it easily. Prices are a lot cheaper than in town places as well.
Written 6 November 2020
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ana1995
Petaling Jaya, Malaysia73 contributions
Awesome waterfall,just confusing of where's is the well
Oct 2020 • Solo
Parking fee for car is rm2, motorcycle is rm1. Facilities such prayer room still not yet completed. They have toilet and even food stalls. Be careful with your belongings as the macaque at the gate might snatch your belongings. disappointed with travelers who left behind bread with plastic wrap. Nice facility don't really have water.
Written 14 October 2020
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John Jackson
Singapore, Singapore899 contributions
must seeing place around there! good day and pictures!
Dec 2019
I like waterfalls so I will always look for an opportunity to get wet!

It is one of a kind and beautiful surroundings generally !

It is near the sky bridge ! so everything at the same place!

Take your time and get ready to get wet!

cheers!
Written 11 September 2020
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mudcow
George Town, Malaysia244 contributions
A nice walk but can get crowded and so much rubbish
Jul 2020
This is a nice spot to walk to. It's a fairly steep walk in the heat. The site gets crowded though and sadly a lot of people seem to be incapable of putting rubbish in the bins.
Written 8 August 2020
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NUR FATIHAH@SEU338E
Kangar, Malaysia45 contributions
Let's Climb the Stair!
Jan 2020 • Family
Perfect place to get fit even when you are a traveler. There is a lot of stairs to climb up but once you reach the peak it really worth it. You'll be greeted with a mesmerizing waterfalls.
Written 17 June 2020
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Brett
Yatala, Australia86 contributions
One of the best I have done.
Mar 2020
This is, in my opinion one the best thing we did in Langkawi.
The team in charge of our safety, Adi and Farhan, are excellent at their job, and you could tell they really enjoyed the interaction, and had a passion for the area. While still having fun with their customers, they were very safety conscious at all times,
I can't recommend this strongly enough.
Written 16 March 2020
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macedonboy
Glasgow, UK149,535 contributions
Nothing much to see in dry season
Mar 2020
Telaga Tujuh Waterfalls aka Seven Wells Waterfall turned out to be a bit of a damp squib for me. I loved the challenge of the climb up. It’s a good test of stamina in hot and humid conditions. When I got to the top, there’s hardly anything to see. It’s dry season and there wasn’t much water except where it had collected in the rock pools (I’m guessing that’s the seven wells), where people were swimming and sliding around.

If you’re planning to dip in the pools, then by all means make the climb. If you want to see a spectacular waterfall, don’t do it in dry season like I did, there won’t be much to see. That includes the waterfall viewing area further down. That was just a drizzle of water falling over the cliff.
Written 14 March 2020
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