On February 1st, a public holiday Monday, Andrew, Siewmei, and me, went on a small photography trip to Morib, Gold Coast. Our last visit to Tanjung Sepat we totally missed the place. So this small trip is kinda consider a filler to the place.
Basically, there’s really nothing much there, or we didn’t do our research before going there. What’s there we saw was beaches, empty beaches, long stretch of empty beaches. Not to say it’s not nice la, but just a little too plain.
We first reached this place call Gold Coast Bagan Lalang. What they’re building here is something like what you saw in Dubai, the palm-tree-formationed chalet. The resort is call Golden Palm Tree Water Villas.
Can’t really see the shape of the formation when we’re at the same level as the resort. But the empty beach + the resort view is quite nice.
Waveless beach. If you really wanna see the wave, you’ll have to walk damn far out.
Was very hot. Luckily we got umbrella to avoid the burn.
Liking the reflections.
A lake located opposite the beach.
Everybody loves lalang.
It was 11:04am based on Siewmei’s shadow.
Another side of the Golden Palm Tree Water Villas.
Casually shooting as we walk.
A resort next to the water villas.
Garden chair in the hot afternoon sun. Anybody wanna grill your butt?
A hut with pretty roof. 😀
Arc made out of bamboos. How can not shoot? Hehe.
Cannot step on the grass.
Siewmei resting under a pondok. Was too cooling to continue back out.
At the entrance of the Resort, there’s some Chinese New Year decoration. The photo looks so Chinese New Year feel!
I guess this boat was parked here when the tide is high.
Group photo time!
Siewmei walking along the beach stretch, there are a lot of monkeys around that area.
Walked out to see if there’s something to shoot.
You would think one crab is following the other one, but crab walks sideways la! They’re just both going to the same place.
A shell with a slightly bigger crab hidden inside. Waited so long for it to come out.
Still not coming out lor. 😀
Looks at the holes on the beach. They’re all crab holes.
Mudskippers was skipping around with deadly paste.
After some beach walking, it was around 2pm already. So we went back to Tanjung Sepat and back to the same restaurant we had our lunch the last time.
Ordered the same food.
Ah Mei Mian Fen Gao. Customizable noodles.
After the lunch, how can we don’t go to the Pao shop and enjoy the famous Pao of Tanjung Sepat. This is my favourite, the peanuts Pao.
Hai Yew Heng, 海友興, people come from around Malaysia to enjoy their specialty here.
That concluded this small photography trip. A casual and relaxing one. Next time you thinking of going to the beach, Morib is another choice for you, no need go all the way to Port Dickson. 😀
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