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Another thing one absolutely should do in Cherating is to take a boat trip on the Cherating river.
The day tour takes 1,5 hrs and I saw lots of wildlife: monkeys, snakes, lizards, kingfisher and other birds. Usually there is a departure at 9am and at 4pm and a ticket is 25RM.
There is also firefly watching trip each night 8pm. Really amazing! This tour takes roughly 1 hr and costs 20RM.
Written Mar 11, 2009
Phone: 017 978 9256
Of course the main reason to come Cherating is the beach. It's long and wide, but unfortunately the water is a bit too shallow for swimming. The western end of the beach was very popular with surfers, especially with beginners.
During my stay Cherating was very quiet, but I guess this changes during holiday season.
Updated Mar 11, 2009
I risk too much repeating of a tip that might have been given by hundreds of other visitors to cherating but i love sipping black kampung coffee by the roadside cafe Hai Peng, under branches of shadowy raintree.. while chickens run around my feet.. chukai fast becoming busy township.. more cars and new road system and parking system, and fast losing its kedai papan town charm.. go there before its too late or the kaya bun get too small
Updated Jan 28, 2008
Address: Hai Peng
The turtle sanctuary is a stone's throw away (literally) from the entrance to the club. Every year between June to September, the sanctuary releases baby turtles into the sea at night. Otherwise, it's a small place explaining the breeding habits and environment of the sea turtles.
Updated Jul 17, 2007
Well there is nothing much you can do in cherating, the beach is not that so clean or what, besides eating seafood you can go and look for turtle laying eggs, you will be lucky if there is any turtle at the first place, if you have a car travel on your own, but if yo are lazy to go around inform your hotel they will arrange for you if there is any turtle on that specfic day normally most of the cases tutle watching is only after 12 am.
Written Apr 11, 2006
If you are bored with sun, beach and turtles, why dont you try out batik class.
There are a few places offer batik class. Culture complex and Rambo Art (If i am not mistaken) do offer batik classes for visitors. Cultural complex will charge higher than the others. The class fee is around rm18.
you need to spend a few hours to complete your masterpiece and you need to do from A to Z.
Updated Apr 5, 2006
The center open for public for free. When i say free means no charge, no fee, no payment.
If you are interested to see the turtle lay egg, you can get information (time and location) from the counter.
For those who like to learn more about turtles, there is a exhibition room which offer some information about turtles.
Written Apr 5, 2006
Well, since there were plenty of jelly fishes in the water during my trip so I had to forget swimming. Oh, let's not forget that swimming is not really encouraged along Cherating... the waves are strong n level of sand beneath is unpredictable. Look out for warning signs "no swimming"...n be extra careful when you choose to swim.
Bought some food from the local restaurants...bought a lot of "keropok lekor" (a family of chips made from fish)...your visit to the East Coast is incomplete if you don't try this!!!
Written Sep 27, 2005
Address: Cherating beach
Batik printing anyone???
Batik is one of Malaysia's unique traditional fabric. This one I'm talking about is hand made n need to go a series of repeated process of designing, waxing, dyeing, drying and boiling the cloth you're working on.
It's delicate, so need to be really patience. The outcome...you'll be amazed. The process of making one is even amazing. You need to try it...then you'll know.
There's a few places offering batik printing in Cherating village n along the street there. You can try out your skill and dig up your talents in batik printing.
Written Sep 27, 2005
Address: Cherating village n along the street of Cherating
Turtles come to the East Coast of Malaysia to lay eggs...I happen to catch one laying eggs when I visited in July...
If you want to see turtles, just inform the hotel of your interest and they can arrange it for you...Usually, hotels have contact with the Turtle Sanctuary, who will call them once they have sighted any turtles coming...
A fee of RM5 will be imposed when you go watch the turtles lay eggs. If you do not have any vehicle, an avg of RM20per person for transport ( to/fro)-inclusive of the RM5 for watching the turtles...
The money is put into a fund for turtle conservation....
Written Sep 24, 2004
Address: Cherating Beach