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Telaga Tujuh Waterfalls
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Reviewed April 8, 2014 via mobile

We actually went up at the wrong timing. Locals said they are experiencing drought as to why there's not much water. It was quite a climb to get to the top but the view was great! For the thrill seekers, go to Mardi Agro Park instead.

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Reviewed April 4, 2014

I went during the dry season in March and there was nothing to see at all! There was only water trickling down the stone. Disappointing.

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Reviewed March 31, 2014

A beautiful waterfall in October/November when we visited. The rocks were awesome and we could not stop taking pictures just to capture the essence to take home with us during the long winter months in Canada. Of the three we visited this is probably the best though each of them have their own special charm. The hike up to the first turn off, before venturing further uphill to Seven Wells, was quite steep; so if you aren't physically capable this activity is not for you. Washrooms are available on site, and the swimming looked enjoyable, with loads of water I might add.

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Reviewed March 28, 2014

We visited the waterfall and seven wells during march and they were very dry. The waterfall did't have almost any running water and also the seven wells were very small because of the drought so there was not that much to see. There is a steep hill with many stairs to reach the wells so it takes 15minutes to walk to the wells. We felt very hot when we got there so it would have been nice to swim in the wells but it was impossible because of the drought. If it has rained in the past a lot then i would recommend this waterfall and the wells but otherwise skip it... It was free to visit.

Thank Naakka
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Reviewed March 12, 2014

It's a 300 over steps climb up to the 7 Wells. Halfway through the climb, the road will split to two. Turning towards the left will lead you to the waterfall. Conitnue on with with the steps if you want to head to the wells. Once you reach the peak of the 7 Wells, the breathtaking view will make you forget about all your tiredness climb. You can soak yourself in the cool fresh water. Toilet and changing room are available at the peak in case you need to change into dry clothings. Do stop by the waterfall on your way down. It feels just great looking at the water flowing down from the falls. Remember to take some good photos to take back as memories.

Thank EllenChan
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