The seven wells waterfall, located in Pantai Kok area is another prime attraction in the Langkawi islands. It is named after the seven natural pools formed at different levels of water streams flowing down Mount Mat Cincang, the second highest peak of Langkawi.
It is locally known by the name of Telaga Tujuh. One can explore the waterfall before the cable car ride, which is just in close proximity to it. Hikers can simply hike form the car park, up the service road and turn left to reach the bottom of the walls where the lowest pool is formed. This is the point from where you can get great view of the fall. People also bathe there.
It gets better when you reach the top of the fall through hiking 638 steps. Climbing can be tough but worth the adventure. One can explore the rainforest and fauna including the diverse bird life along the pathway.
Watch the lovely natural infinity pools, enjoy the soulful sound of the gushing water that smoothen the rocks, bathe yourself in the pools and soak in the awesome memories.