Waterfalls have always been my favourite getaway to cool off and relax. Langkawi is fortunate to have quite a few good ones especially when the wet season arrives. The ones that are easily accessible by all are Telaga Tujuh (Seven Wells Waterfall), Durian Perangin Waterfall and Temurun Waterfall.
Location of the three easily accessible waterfalls (letters in RED)
Seven Wells Waterfall and Durian Perangin Waterfall had already received great human impact and had turned too commercialised. Temurun Waterfall remains my favourite spot as compared to those two ones. Even though Temurun Waterfall has man made pathway beside the river, its dramatic three tiers with cumulative height of about 200 meter made Temurun the tallest waterfall in Langkawi. Its geological significant would be the formation of late Cambrian (510-490 million years ago) of thickly bedded sandstone, with minor siltstone and shale that belongs to the Langkawi Machincang Geoforest park.
Allow me to rewind some scenes of Temurun Waterfall back then.
TEMURUN WATERFALL IN NOVEMBER 2005
Back in 2005, I recalled the three crazy cyclists would cycled all the way from Kuah town for more than 40 kilometers to get there.
TEMURUN WATERFALL IN OCTOBER 2006
Beautiful isn't it? Temurun Waterfall that is ever refreshing (only available during rainy season).
Do you want to know what is Temurun Waterfall is like now? Join me on my next blog...
1) Langkawi Geopark by Mohd Shafeea Leman, Kamarulzaman Abdul Ghani, Ibrahim Komoo and Norhayati Ahmad