The Durian Perangin Waterfall is one of the well known waterfalls in Langkawi. The waterfall was named after the durian fruit trees that grow in the forested surroundings of the waterfall. Durian Perangin Waterfall is located at the northern slope of Gunung Raya (Mount Raya), at the north eastern side of the island.
Telagah Tujuh (or translated as Seven Wells) is part of the GeoPark forest located in the northwest corner of Langkawi. The main waterfall is named after the cascading water which is broken by a series of seven natural pools. On a cable car ride up to the mountain, one can easily spot the tall waterfall from a distant on a clear day.
The Langkawi Falls is a man-made waterfall built along the road to Datai Bay, northern tip of Langkawi. The waterfall, which was also accorded as the highest man-made waterfall in the Malaysian Book of Records, was built under the former prime minister, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad. With natural flora surroundings, the waterfall blends nicely into the landscape as it also flows over a road cave tunnel.
Langkawi Falls is made up of three tiers and using water from the Sungai Temurun River, is diverted and channelled manually to flow across the tunnel with the final tier levelling out to form a beautiful cascade.
Road Cave Tunnel through the Waterfalls