Seven Wells Waterfall, Langkawi Island

Seven Wells Waterfall - A Quick Overview


Address: Mukim Padang Matsirat,, Jalan Telaga Tujuh, 07000 Langkawi, Kedah, Malaysia, Langkawi Island

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Time Required: 07:00 Hrs

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About Seven Wells Waterfall, Langkawi Island

The Telaga Tujuh Waterfall forms 7 pools of water where you will often find trekkers and nature-lovers swimming. During the rainy season, the waterfall is at its best and when combined with the hike to the top, it offers experience which is nothing short of breath-taking!

The pool at the top of the waterfall that can be accessed with a hike of 600 steps will lead you to a natural Jacuzzi and rockslides. The less challenging hike to reach the lower pools is just as fun and is perfect to swim around as you relax in the lap of nature!

Seven Wells Waterfall Information

  • Carry bottled water and snacks with you.
  • Wear sturdy shoes to help while trekking on slippery terrain. A change of clothes will be helpful if you want to swim in the pools.
  • Sunscreen and other protective gear will be helpful.

Seven Wells Waterfall Opening and Closing Hours

  • The waterfall is active during the rainy season. 

How To reach Seven Wells Waterfall by Public Transport

  • You will have to hike to reach the top of the waterfall.
  • By Taxi
  • By Car/ Bike/ Scooter
  • By Bicycle

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Seven Wells Waterfall, Langkawi Island Reviews

  • This place was easily accessible using the local taxi/Uber/grab-cab, or you could walk like we did from the drop off point for the cable car. The walk was about 750m to the start of the stair climb up. This was tough in the heat, but doable with a few stops up (about 400 steps). Take lots of water and swim stuff. At the top, can use the fresh water pools to cool down and can use the natural water slides created by the rock. On the way down, stop off at the waterfall. Can get busy in peak time, but great anyway.

  • Oh what fun we had! This is not the actual waterfall but the rock pools behind (or rather before) that. It's quite tiring to walk up the stairs on a hot day, but bathing in the pools and sliding down natural stone slides was the best thing we did on langkawi. There is also toilets there . Strongly recommended. But take enough water to drink and put sunscreen on . When you come down have a coconut shake at one of the stalls. Great day out!

  • The waterfall itself was not too great as it's dry season in February, but after climbing (bring water!!) all the way up the view was amazing and swimming in the waterfall pools was one of the highlights in Langkawi for us! So remember swimwear and towel! Has toilets.

  • Absolutely amazing waterfalls. The pools are also great. One of my top waterfall experiences to date. There are several pools of different sizes and depth. There is a very nice big pool with a log that has fallen over, it's not visable but as you get there you go down stream to find it. Be aware of the monkeys. They will take any food or drink from your hand. So put it in your bags. PS the stairs are really not as and as everyone makes them out to be.

  • Totally missed the view of the actual falls which apparently is a turn off to the left only a short trek up from the beginning of the road/steps. The pools at the top are worth the climb. Refreshing and cool. You can also follow a jungle trail from there (we did about 20 minutes of it to a rock cave where the pipes begin) but beware of leeches one you get into the forest 😓

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