Langkawi Island is known all over the world for housing some of the most wonderful waterfalls in Malaysia. It is located on the western headlands of the vicinity. The real name of the waterfall is Telaga Tujuh which means Seven Well Waterfall. The name of the water fall is taken from the seven natural water sources which are found atop the mountain. These Seven Wells are originally sited in the northwestern part of the island of Langkawi. To reach at the exact originating place of the waterfall, one has to ride 600 meters high staircase. There are a series of seven interlinked natural pools in this mountain top which are fed by seven different waterfalls in Mount Mat Cincang. The wells are basically maintained by the Berjaya Leisure, a part of the bigwig Berjaya Group. Though the wells do not remain filled up with water for all over the year, but if your luck favours, you can see them brimming. So, you can take your swimming suit along with you and if you can get water, just jump inside them, and enjoy the swim. But, in dry season you can be hopeless as you will find nothing but some dried up earthen holes and a little current atop the mountain. But, getting to the top of the staircase itself is amazing experience. While approaching upwards, you can find a junction to the left on halfway of the staircase.
The path ends up at another waterfall flowing downwards with grand noise. Just be aware about the monkeys who are quite naughty here. Any time they can take away your belongings and move back to the jungle. Basically when you come face to face with them try to save yourself. These monkeys are very much eager to steal the human belongings. However, if you are lucky enough, your experience with macaques can be rather funny. The area by the staircase houses a few small shops where the visitors can buy some food, drinks, and ice-creams. Locals believe that Telaga Tujuh Waterfalls are the housing place of fairies. It proves to be true, when one witnesses the picturesque landscape enriched by the presence of the stunning flora in the area that transforms the place seem miraculous. Plant life in the surrounding place of Seven Wells houses unique lime plants and Sintuk, a climbing tree, growing in the forest abundantly.