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Sea of Angels

Pulau Mamutik is the smallest island among the five  islands cluster grouped under Tunku Abdul Rahman Islands (Marine) Park. And it’s also the least crowded island in the group. But during public holidays and weekends you can forget about having the beach all to yourself.

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Mamutik

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Dreamland

Sweet Dreams Are Made of This

It would, indeed,  have been a “Dream Paradise” had the beach been taken more care of and cow poops are nowhere to be in sight.  This resort has fallen by the wayside. A dream that failed to come true.

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Once Upon A Time In the Land of Beaches

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The Untouchable Beach

Dalit Beachaptly named as such.

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Surfing Dalit Beach

Your attention is drawn to the fact:  this is a private beach as access to it is through a private resort property- Rasa Ria Resort (Shagri-la Hotel Resort)

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Sebandar Bay

Yet another private beach resort in Tuaran. Formerly known as the Sebandar Bay Resort.

Sebandar Bay

Sebandar Bay

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Sweet Heart No More

It was a beach dear to the hearts of the people in Papar and was so named as the Sweetie Beach.  Manis means sweet in the local lingo and pantai the beach.

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Taman Awam Teluk Likas

This is a popular picnic spot for the locals. Weekends will see the beach swamped with picnickers having a fun family day out. And of course a dip in the sea will go without saying. The beach is also one of the venues earmarked, unofficially, for the New Year celebration. On New Year’s Eve the road leading to and from the place will be chock-full of traffic as revellers pack the beach waiting to dive into the sea at the stroke of midnight to wash away the old and herald in the new.

Likas Bay Park

Likas Bay Park

 

 

 

 

 

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The Seaside That Underwent A Face Change

Alright, alright, fair enough, I was completely wrong when years ago I said to someone the Lok Kawi Beach was such a let down with the sandy beach covered over with filthy and sooty black muds. And ramshackle wooden huts were lining the sea coast as far as the eyes can see. Well, not anymore. The huts are now gone and the beach is now accesible to the general public. To be quite honest, I never knew the beach could be so beautiful now that the bushes are cleared and the huts are gone.

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