“Bo Chet Luk” or “Seven Wells” the Malay word is “Laga Tuyo”. There is a legend that the first settlement of Sea Gypsy sailed from a far island to this area. They dug many wells for water supply but no water came out until the seventh well with water. The seven wells are now still preserved and the village has been named “Bo Chet Luk” literally meaning the seven wells.
The seven wells are covered inside by bricks with cement and cement paving on the ground surface surrounded the wells. The wells are 0.53 – 1.52 meters in diameter with about 1.5 – 2.16 meters deep. The water’s electrical conductivity in the wells are 303 – 417 μs/cm whereas the water at the nearby mangrove forest is 3,880 μs/cm which they are much different, the higher values the higher salty.