Kapas Beach Chalet
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We entered Malaysia at Langkawi which is a duty free island stayed at Langkapuri beach resort. The beach was nice until the tidy brought in the rubbish which was cleaned up by the resorts and bars along the beach. It was also on a long road with shops, restaurants, and cafes. The first day it rained in the morning so we went to one of its shopping …
Feeling relaxed after our beach time, we got on the bus and headed further up the coast to Marang, the port for a small, less visited tropical island of Pulau Kapas. The relaxation seems to have been contagious though as the bus driver blissfully drove straight through the town leaving me to go and stop him a few km later. We then had to get a taxi …
... time on the mainland during Ramadan does however make things a little frustrating. Fortunately Kuala Terengganu has a great heritage Chinatown offering tasty food and an interesting area to wander when most other things are closed or just too orientated towards the Malay to be worth a visit (sorry, but I've seen enough markets selling nothing but Muslim apparrel for this trip). Although the central market near Chinatown is definitely worth a look.
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... We took our breakfast at a stall nearby Sumai Hotel. 85/100, taste nice. RM1.20 per packet. The mosque just opposite the ...
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