A walk to a very quiet beach on Pangkor Island

We just spent a few days on Pangkor Island.  Previous blogs are here on the ten best things to do in Pangkor, here on hornbills, here in comparison to Langkawi, and the first one, here.

At the end of the best beach, Coral Beach – near Nippah Bay (not to be confused with Coral Bay – which is a few minutes drive away) – is a Chinese temple.  You can follow a track after the bridge behind the temple and find a few small beaches, but probably find no one else.  It’s only a few minutes walk and flip-flops are fine.

Chinese Temple at the end of Coral Beach

Chinese Temple at the end of Coral Beach

Bridge behind temple

Bridge behind temple

Bridge behind temple

Bridge behind temple

At present there is a fallen tree to climb through

At present there is a fallen tree to climb through

you find a track

you find a track

with glimpses of the sea

with glimpses of the sea

track

track

track

track

in a few minutes you reach a beach

in a few minutes you reach a beach

there are several small beaches

there are several small beaches

beach

beach

beach

beach

beach and view of another bay

beach and view of another bay

beach in the bay

beach in the bay

beach

beach in the bay

beach

beach

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