Pantai Kok

Telaga Tujuh
Located in the north-western corner of Pulau Langkawi, Telaga Tujuh (Seven Wells) is a geological marvel.Splashing as a cascade onto the granite rocks below, this fresh water stream forms a series of seven natural pools and is hence called "Telaga Tujuh". These pools, or so-called wells, are excellent universal examples of disolution features in granite called "rock chimneys".

The lush green forest that surrounds the waterfall adds a mystical touch to the natural splendour. Legend has it that fairies used to come down to the waterfall to bathe and frolic. After the bath they are said to leave behind their bathing paraphanalia in the form of sintok roots and limau purut. Those who are fortunate may stumble on these items which when used to wash hair will rinse away bad luck.

Note: Visitors to this magnificent waterfall are advised to be cautious here as it has a sudden drop of over 91 meters.

Quest for the lost well of Mat Chincang by Eric Chong.
 

 
Places of Attractions

Kuah
CHOGM Park
Dataran Lang
Taman Lagenda

Air Hangat
Air Hangat Village
Durian Perangin Waterfall
Galeria Perdana

Tanjung Rhu Beach
Gua Cherita

Bohor
Black Sand Beach
Craft Cultural Complex

Ulu Melaka
Gunung Raya
Kampung Buku Malaysia
Ancient Tomb
Makam Mahsuri

Kedawang
Underwater World Langkawi
Laman Padi Langkawi
Mahsuri International
Exhibition Centre

Atma Alam
Pantai Chenang
Pantai Tengah

Pantai Kok
Telaga Tujuh

Padang Mat Sirat
Temurun Waterfall
Taman Buaya Langkawi

Other Island
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Pulau Tuba
Pulau Timun
Pulau Singa Beasr
Pulau Beras Basah
Pulau Langgun
Pulau Tanjung Dendang

 


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