Seven Wells Waterfall has seven natural pools which formed at differnt levels by water streams that flow down the second highest mountain of Langkawi. This is the best waterfall in Langkawi.
There are two ways for watching the waterfall, if you won't climb and want to quick look of the vertical waterfall, you can 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'll get the stunning view from this point.
Second way to see this waterfall is reach the top of the fall. Actually it's too hard, especially for you who won't climb, but it's very fun. You can continue along the steep service road or take tha stairs from the car par that goes all the way up to the top. There are many signs on the way which show how many steps are remaining and height to climb further.
Reaching the top you'll see the water from the streams have formed the lovely natural infinity pools. The pools are great for bathing. From one side, you can see view of blue waters of Burau Bay and Kok Beach. For me, both of ways are amazing.
Still in Langkawi and near Langkawi Sky Bridge, there's a famous waterfall which callen Seven Wells Waterfal or locals called it Telaga Tujuh. This waterfall is located in Telaga Harbour Park, which only 7 minutes drive from Sky Bridge.
Need extra energy to reach this waterfall, better you wear comfortable shoes or slippers. Bring water and snacks, just in case you feel thirsty and hungry, but always keep this place clean because there's flora and fauna around this rain forest. Bring swim suit and extra clothes if you wants to swim in this infinity pool with stunning view. There's no entrance fee in this waterfall and this waterfall is open daily for tourist, so don't forget visit this waterfall if you come to Langkawi :)
Video by Lauren x Ocean