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Seven Wells Waterfall
Written by Rajoo on June 30, 2020 Share on

Seven Wells Waterfall in Langkawi – A worthy natural setting

Langkawi is one of the most famous archipelagos in the Andaman Sea, offering an abode of picturesque beaches, stunning landscapes, enthralling nightlife, and surreal beauty. Seven Wells Waterfall is famous for its high-spirited beach parties and tranquillity, making Langkawi a perfect blend of natural beauty and modernity. Langkawi is one of the top-notch destinations to visit off the coast of Malaysia offering a worthy natural setting, rich marine life, and sparkling waterfalls, the highlight of any tour to Langkawi.

The stunning scenery like the setting of the falls, falling from a height of about 91 meters forming natural pools in the bottom area looks heavenly. The environment has some sort of enchanting vibe and looks amazingly beautiful. One needs to climb around 600 steps, in order to get to the top of the waterfalls, and that takes around 1 hour. If you are daring enough, try some adventure at Seven Wells Waterfall In Langkawi.

Seven Wells Waterfall- top view
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How to reach Seven Wells Waterfall

By Taxi: Hiring a taxi is one of the best ways to reach Seven Wells Waterfall as it will directly take you to the falls. There is no direct public transport connectivity to reach the falls due to its location. The falls are located at a distance of about 1 to 1.5 kilometres near the Oriental Village, hence hiring a taxi is the best option. 

By Car/Motorbike: Another great option to get to Seven Wells Waterfalls is if you have a driving license you can hire a car or a motorbike, one of the cost-effective and also a convenient way to reach Seven Well Waterfalls. Take a right turn into the Jalan Teluk Tujuh, once you reach the Pantai Kok Beach, at a distance of 1 kilometre from here, there is a car park, where you can park your car.

Entry Charges for Seven Wells Waterfall

The entry fee of Seven Wells Waterfall is INR 0. The entrance to the falls is completely free and you do not need to pay anything to visit the falls.

Best Time to Visit Seven Wells Waterfall

The operating hours of Seven Wells Waterfall is 24*7. Seven Wells Waterfall is open from Monday to Sunday. It is open all seven days of the week and throughout the day. Seven Wells Waterfall is open from 12:01 am – 11:59 pm. However, since the rocks are slippery and it is risky to hike, it is advisable not to visit the falls after it gets dark here.

Seven Wells Waterfall- interior view
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Tips for Seven Wells Waterfall

One should follow certain tips for Seven Wells Waterfall before going to the falls:

  • As there are very few return options available, it is suggested to hire a taxi to get to the falls.
  • Always follow the direction marks
  • Hiking beyond the prescribed level is not suggested
  • Only the experienced hikers should go to the top of the falls for hiking

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