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Langkawi is blessed with many beautiful islands, white sandy beaches, lush rain forest and amazing waterfalls. Most of Langkawi waterfalls are real 'family falls' and are easily accesible either by car or on foot.
You can ask at the hotel or resort that you stay in as to where the closest ones are. Langkawi waterfalls make excellent picnic spots, so remember to pack a hefty lunch as you can become easily hungry. Do remember to go armed with insect repellant too. Also, be careful - the rocks are slippery.
Seven Wells Waterfall
The Seven Wells Waterfall is locally known as Telaga Tujuh and is indeed a geological marvel.
It is a spot where freshwater streams plunges from seven pools into this majestic waterfall creating an awe-inspiring sight. Although the uphill trek to the top is less than a mile, the trip is quite strenuous, and you'd be well advised to take water with you.
Visiting the pools, especially the top one, will definitely bring excitement besides seeing greenery and enjoying cooling surroundings. Adding a mystical touch to the natural splendor is the lush green forest that surrounds it. Legend has it that fairies used to come down to frolic and bathe.
Durian Perangin Waterfall
Temurun Waterfall is a 30-meter-high waterfall located in Mat Cincang Nature Park. It is connected by the road to Datai Bay. Meranti varieties are the most common plantation found in this area.
Lubuk Sembilang Waterfall
Lubuk Sembilang Waterfall is a nature park located in Raya Mountain Nature Park area consisting a 2-km-riverstream with a moderate waterfall suitable for swimming and jungle-tracking activities. There is also a 5-km-jungle track to to the top of Raya Mountain and another 5-km-jungle track from there to Durian Perangin.
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