Cherating, Pahang

A few months ago, I returned to Cherating, a quiet outlying beach located on the East Coast of Peninsular Malaysia, North of Kuantan. With not many tourists around, it really just felt like being on a private beach - tranquil, soothing and undisturbed.

Though the sea may not be the clearest and the bluest of them all, the beach, on the other hand, has been very well-kept, without the slightest sign of litters.

Beautiful chalet just a stone's throw away from the sea.

A heavy breakfast to get us properly energized to take on the long day ahead.

The perfect weather for a long dip...

And for pictures too :)

The famous keropok lekor (fish fritters)-a must-try since this snack originated from Terengganu and Terengganu is only a 20-minutes drive away

Dinner time!

Grilled fish and assorted seafood

And to end the night:

Beer and pool at the only bar we could find, Don't Tell Mama

In love with the murals

Wish to surf the next time I am there.
Till then, xx


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