Interesting Places In Malaysia
Telaga Tujuh is located in Langkawi at Burau Bay, a short distance from the Oriental Village. Telaga Tujuh is a waterfall that cascades down the slope of Gunung Mat Cincang. The name Telaga Tujuh means Seven Wells, and there are seven waterfalls that flow from one into the other and create seven pools on the face of the hill.
The stream finally cascades 90 meters down into the seventh pool. Over the years, the rapid flowing water has leveled the sharp rock surface. Further, this lovely waterfall gets a pictorial charm due to the verdant green surroundings. Indeed seven wells present a brilliant sight which one cannot forget during one's lifetime.
If you really want some adventurous trek, take a short climb to the top of the waterfalls. On your way through the rainforest, you will see many exotic creatures like long-tailed macaque monkeys and cream colored squirrels. You might be lucky to get the glimpse of a hornbill, with its huge hooked orange beak, hanging out of the treetops. Enjoy the chirping of birds, whistling of woods and sound of cascading waters throughout your journey. Once arrived at the top, the quaint vista of the landscape is absolutely stunning and actually, it cannot be restricted in words. Thus, to put in succinct terms, Telaga Tujuh is a wonderful place to visit on your trip to Langkawi.