I finally saw the most beautiful sunset on the sea during this trip, almost as beautiful as the sunset in Sabah. Then start a crazy trekking around the island, because there is no bus on the island, you can only take a taxi, drive by yourself, or ride. I have already prepared hard-walking around the island!
The geographical location is rather biased. There are relatively few tourists on the outbound or return journey of the "Bridge in the Sky". Most of them are local Malays picnicking. Friends who like quiet can come here. It will definitely be a surprise. There are a few small Malay restaurants with good taste, but there are too many monkeys here. You have to be careful and pay more attention when you climb the car to grab things!
This beach should be regarded as the beach with better water quality in Langkawi, and the sand is relatively fine, so it is very comfortable to step on. Because it faces the sea, fewer people know it. The water quality after raining proves how beautiful the water quality will be if the weather is good. There is a free parking place at the door, and it would be nice if a family of three come here to camp.
Beautiful place, fresh air, come and see it.
Skeleton Coast is one of the few driest deserts in the world. The locals call it "the god of the land, the dragon face is furious." As a result, the Skeleton Coast is full of dangers, with interlacing water currents and level 8 winds that are creepy The sea of fog and the uneven reefs in the deep sea often wrecked ships. Legend has it that many survivors of the wrecked ships stumbled and climbed onto the shore fortunately that they were still alive. They were slowly tortured to death by the wind and sand. Therefore, the Skeleton Coast is covered with various shipwrecks and crew bones.