The beach was small and crowded. We arrived around 11 am and left at 3 pm. We had seen clearer water and better beach on an small island near Pucket, but the small sharks there at Pulau Payar were really cool. They are harmless as long as you keep your distance and keep away any food. Groups of colorful coral fish fathered around us as the people near us fed them. The crews and guides from Langkawi Coral were friendly and responsible.
The lunch was not nice. But we ate them all because we wanted to create as little garbage as possible on this beautiful little island. We couldn't understand why there were people smoking and throwing cigarette butts around. "No littering" should be included in the information session.
There were no fresh water shower there. The guide provided a bottle of drinking water for each person at lunch, and we washed our face with the fresh water we brought with ourselves. The toilet was a little smelly, but we had expected comparatively more primitive facilities on the island. No locker. I guess it's highly unlikely for thieves to go all the way out there only to find out they have no place to run once they get caught. Haha.
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