Kapas Beach Chalet
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... passage around Singapore had gone so well. The following morning we met the group for a whirlwind tour of the area that was supposed to include a crocodile farm, several museums, another local marina that is up a river (promoting it as a cruising destination and real-estate purchases) called Sabana Cove, the Fisherman's museum, a homestay location, tropical fruit farm and a few other areas. We were both skeptical about the agenda given that we were supposed to be back at the anchorage ...
... along a small uneven path, only passible by motorbike or foot. Nora's homestay was sat on the banks of a fast flowing river and just down below us were far too many durian trees for my liking. We were invited for a sing song that evening with the family owners playing guitars, bongos and showcasing their beautiful voices. The food was really tasty and ridiculously cheap considering we were a long way from the city. It must be quite a task getting all of their stock from ...
... houses hundreds of stalls that sell all kinds of fresh produce, traditional local delights, spices, sweets, batik, silver and bronze items as well as many other types ...
... aka Losong Museum) is located in Kampung
Losong – a typical Malay village famous for keropok lekor (a traditional
... the place makes the best banana pancakes ever!
Our end of the beach was quite secluded so was quiet so ideal for sunbathing and swimming, there are quite a few beaches further along the coast and they're handily linked with staircaes so we explored a few and found some nice snorkelling points.
All in all Kapas was really relaxing and we could see how some people ended up staying longer than planned, we however were heading to yet another island, Tioman!