Situated on Langkawi’s western headlands, Telaga Tujuh Waterfalls, also referred to as Seven Wells Waterfalls, is the island’s most appealing natural attraction. The name signifies a series of seven intertwined natural pools which are fed by seven distinct waterfalls in Mount Mat Cincang.
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Located in Mat Cincang Nature Park of Datai, Temurun Waterfall is the tallest waterfall in Langkawi, falling from a height of 200 metres. Also referred to as Air Terjun Temurun, this three-tier waterfall provides a refreshing calm in the humid tropical weather. Visitors can spot macaque monkeys, butterflies, and squirrels on the hike to the falls. One can sit back and enjoy the sight of the falls or jump into the refreshing shallow pool for a quick swim.
Durian Perangin Waterfall is a 14-tier topographical magnificence set in the lap of a tropical rainforest in northeast Langkawi. The waterfall descends from the northern slope of the highest mountain on the island – Gunung Raya. The waterfall gets its name from the Durian trees, sprawling in the area, that bear thorny fruits. Access to the Durian Perangin Waterfall is free, making it a perfect travel indulgence for adventure lovers because it offers fantastic sports and activities like canyoning.
This post was published by Joysurjya Hagjer
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