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Temurun Falls
Written by Vengatesh on September 4, 2020 Share on

This is Why You Should Definitely Visit The Temurun Waterfall, Langkawi

The Malaysian island of Langkawi is a beautiful jungle-clad getaway on the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia, at the very bottom of the Andaman Sea. Near Singapore’s height, Langkawi is surrounded by beautiful beaches and spectacular calcareous karsts. Temurun Waterfall is situated in Malaysia’s Datai Bay district, in the Mat Cincang Nature Park. It cascades from the northern slope of Mat Cincang Mountain, which is 850 m high. 

Temurun Waterfall
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The fall is one of the largest and a natural waterfall in three stages. The total height of all three levels of the Temurun waterfall is approximately 200 metres.

The first tier of the waterfall is situated on the main road at a walkable distance (5-minute walk) from the car park area. To enter the top of the first floor, visitors take the paved road. The cemented pathway through the dense woods with railing on one side offers a romantic touch to the surroundings. While some steps are steeper than others, the route steadily rises upwards. The swimming and bathing pond is not quite deep but decent enough. Both visitors and locals enjoy scuba diving off the nearby cliff in Temurun Waterfall.

By Road to Temurun Waterfall:

Langkawi is the nearest place and lies about 40 km to Temurun Waterfall. Taxis here are the best type of transport on this island. Though they are a little bit expensive since it’s a tourist attraction.

If you’re good at driving and confident about left-hand driving then self-driving is a good option because they are much cheaper than taxis.

Suggested Read: Crocodile Park Langkawi

Highlights near Temurun Waterfall

1. Pasir Tengkorak Beach:

Pebbles in Pasir in Tengkorak Beach
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The secluded beach is located 4 Km from Datai Bay with pristine waters and soft white sands. You can indulge in various activities such as swimming, trekking, camping and sunbathing will give you fun and entertainment.

2. Crocodile Adventureland Langkawi:

Also, known as Taman Buaya, it houses more than 1000 saltwater crocodiles of different species. The adventure land is spread over 20 acres, while the first half of the area is used for crocodile farming and the other half are used as an adventure land.

3. Seven Well Waterfalls:

Seven Well Waterfall
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It is situated in the Pantai Kok area, which is near Oriental village and Langkawi Sky cab. The water overflows down the second-highest mountain “Mount Mat Cincang’ of Langkawi and forms seven pools at different levels.

Also, the top of the 91 m falls can be reached by climbing a total of 638 steps. The journey takes you through rainforests inhabited by amazing flora and fauna.

Interesting Read: Seven Wells Waterfall in Langkawi – A worthy natural setting

4. The Sky Bridge:

Langkawi Sky Bridge
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The Langkawi Sky Bridge is a 410 ft (125 m) arched, a cable-supported pedestrian bridge located atop the Gunung Mat cincang peak, 2200 ft above sea level.

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