Friday, December 9, 2022

6 Stunning Beaches in Malaysia you must visit after MCO

Lifestyle6 Stunning Beaches in Malaysia you must visit after MCO

The Movement Control Order (MCO) in Malaysia is lifted and those from Recovery Movement Control (RMCO) are now allowed to travel interstate for tourism purpose! You must have went through great pressure during the MCO times, and you deserve a walkaway, be it a short one.

Recently, Pantai Cenang in Langkawi had been nominated as the one of the top 25 beaches in Asia by TripAdvisor. This time, we’ll introduce you to the other 6 beaches from Malaysia with amazing and stunning scenery.

It’s definitely worth it if you are able to visit any one of them.

1. Datai beach, Langkawi

Datai beach is surrounded by ancient rainforest and the beach is surrounded by clean and clear seawater, with a mild weather too. At Datai Langkawi resort, you can have a panoramic view of the Andaman Sea, and you might be able to see the lands from Thailand here too!

There are several recreational activities which you can do here to and you’ll never find it bored here. You can go on kayaking, windsurfing, snorkeling or even sailing in the sea.

Source: Asia Tatler

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2. Dalit beach, Kota Kinabalu

Dalit beach is one of the most beautiful beaches in Tuaran, Sabah. Give yourself a getaway from busy traffic and blaring noises of the city everyday. Instead, visit this beautiful white sand beach, covered with blue waters and the ever-changing sunset.

The beach is surrounded by a lush green nature reserve, which is extremely suitable for drone photography lovers!

Source: Dalit Bay Golf Club

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3. Pandak Chendering beach, Terengganu

This exceptional beautiful scene is well known among the locals in Kuala Terengganu, however, not so much for the outsiders. The country style of the beach is inspired by the song “Chendering” by a jazz musician and composer, Jimmy Boyle in 1960.

The rocky bays here gives you this majestic view as if you are standing on top of the world’s tallest mountain.

Source: Terengganu Info

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4. Emerald bay, Pangkor Island

We can’t say exactly how many photos we have taken the stunning scenery of this beautiful beach of Pangkor Island, but we’ll say that one photo is far from enough to capture its original beauty. You should experience it yourself on the island vacation!

Source: Telegraph

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5. Cherating beach, Kuantan

Cherating beach is the favourite spot for novice and experienced surfers, especially during November to March, when the weather is mild. Although it is usually crowded on weekends, the beach is more peaceful on normal days and has many secluded surfing spots!

Source: ClubMed

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6. Pasir Panjang beach, Penang

Although Batu Ferringhi beach is more popular, Pasir Panjang beach in Pulau Balik is actually an even better place for a peaceful stroll. The beach is covered with clean and white sands with lush green plants and clear water. What’s more important is that there aren’t many tourist here and you’ll be able to enjoy the peaceful time with your loved ones.

Source: Instagram

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