From Long Beach, you can track to the other side of the island to enjoy the sunset.
There are a couple of small and private beaches next to D'Lagoon that you can go to to see the sunset.
Please note that they are mostly coral beaches so you have to be careful not to damage the corals when swimming there.
Bring a torchlight when going cause it might be pretty dark on your way back after the sunset.
If you stay at Aur Bay, there is a walk path through a jungle to Long Beach. Takes most about twenty minutes. There is a food outlet called - Mama's Kitchen, take the short board walk and you will see a sign ' Lg Beach ' and while walking, u will notice a blue white string tied along the way...just follow straight on until u see sunshine...as u exit the jungle, u will see Mohsin chalets...and u're just minutes away from paradise !
In turtle beach....sometimes...you can meet some young guest.
In fact turtles used to lay eggs there.
When i was there, a turtle came to lay eggs every 9pm o'clock after a short rainstorm.
Don't forget to visit it but with calm and respect because turtles are very shy! a camera flash could be enough to scare them !
I had the chance to talk to locals. Interesting to hear their Malay ascent as it's really different from what I leant either in Perak or in Kuala Lumpur.
Generally there were many friendly people in Long Beach. I stayed at Moonlight. One of the staffs there even played guitar and sang after his job finished at night. All of us sang together for about 1 hour!
Rent a kayak for $30 (full day) and start exploring the island and make a pit stop at many secluded beach around the island for lunch (pack).
After 25 minutes of jungle trip...you'll find another suprising beach:
Adam and Eva Beach !
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I saw 3 turtles shown in my gesture, exactly 3. These photos were taken using the underwater disposable camera cost some RM50 each.
This is me, firstname.lastname@example.org performing some underwater skills, bad skills actually but insist to show off.
Hey its me, its me, help, help! This kind of 'help-game' was everybody's childhood thing, now I revive it for the world to see, this tip I named Joo asking for help.
Actually I'm trying to tell you I have just seen a big fish about the size of my hand spread open, it about that big I meant by using body language.
bla bla black sheep all around the village, they looking for food like stray dogs...so funny...i saw sheep fighting for food...1 2 3 hits, they bang their horns...so scary...
I'm sure you don't want to miss this turtle, although I don't know what specie is this specie but this specie is the specie still around at turtle bay, not many left or survive.