Sutra Beach Resort Terengganu
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... and in particular how important fishing is in Malaysia even today. Sabana Cove was a beautiful development with a championship golf course and massive housing projects. However, the marina is very worn down - in fact I fell through the rotting dock at one point and it looked to be largely deserted. Apparently they have cancelled the ferry service to Singapore which has severely curtailed interest in the area. Still, the homes were very high priced for such a remote development. We ...
... had sweated off our sun lotion within the first five minutes and the tonne of bug spray we had put on left our clothes suctioned to our skin. The trek took us through jungle undergrowth, over and under spiralling tree roots and swinging branches, and all the while we kept our eyes peeled for movement in the trees. Returning to our rinjani mountain roots was hard going as we climbed steep hills, building up those thunder thighs. We spotted gibbons, thomas leaf monkeys, long ...
Sundays being the busiest days.
... 8212;housingthe main museum, a maritime museum, a fisheries museum, four
traditional houses and a landscaped botanical and ...
... the jetty for RM60 (£12) to rest our heads after a hard day of swimming, snorkelling, reading and eating. Which is basically all we did here - it was perfect!
We headed to the northern part of the island to do a spot of snorkelling, amazing coral reefs, lots of fish and even spotted a black tip reef shark which circled us then left. After spending the day on what felt like a desert island we ventured back to our bungalow ...