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The beach has it's unique experience whereby guest and tourist alike can walk across from one end to another island as the waves are much more calmer compares to the waves a stone throw away at Kalampunian beach or Simpang Mengayau.
Used to be famous...More
But now it was full with visitors and the beach was not as clean. The best part of this beach is the connecting island which is insta worthy spot with right angle. There re small shop selling cold drink and rent out floating tube. Great...More
Not far from Tip of Borneo. White sand, blue sea. A great place to enjoy the beautiful of mother nature. BUT, there are rubbish on the beach. I hope the local authority can do something about the rubbish to keep this place clean.
Imagine that ... not one, but two beaches!
Kelambu Beach is a tombolo, i.e. a sand bar or a spit connects the island to the mainland.
The beaches we explored while in Kudat i.e. Bavang Jamal, Kelambu, Loro Kecil and Kalampunian were like secret hideaways....More
I was here with my guru (Mr Andrew JK Tan, Singapore) and his friends; Mr Eddie Chua of KL and Mr Christanto. We got here by 5pm and set up for sunset, after sunset we waited for the Milky Way to appear. We were very...More