Pantai Pasir Tengkorak the best pantai in Langkawi

We had never heard of this beach until Kak Yati the owner of guesthouse suggested it. She told us that the locals will visit Pantai Pasir Tengkorak since Pantai Cenang is too commercialize and jammed pack with people. So on our very last day in Langkawi, we promised the children could try out the beach in the morning. It was such a good decision as it was a fun day. The sun was shining (everyday for the last past days it was raining), the water was crystal blue and the sand was just so fine.

Just bear in mind to bring additional water in bottles to rinse out the salty water later. There a toilet near the beach but it is unfortunately close to the public. :(

The kids having a blast under dede watchful eyes

Ruzain refuses to go into the sea

This is after Mr. Bob insisted for Ruzain to be in the water too

Look at that beautiful view

I'm done mommy!

Aaaa sand got into my eyes
After our playtime in at Pantai Pasir Tengkorak, nenma and tok ayah insisted to find their Niru (some sort of rice tray) at the Craft Complex. I was NOT very happy because I didn't had the chance to have my bath that morning. Haha!

Anyway, we did not find any Niru there and went straight back to our homestay for a much needed bath.

We need to bath Nenma.. no Niru here..
Right before our flight, Tok Ayah requested for us to visit Telaga Air Hangat (hot spring well). The entrance fee was RM 5 for each adult and free for the kids. You could also find the cheapest selling T-shirts here. Children t-shirt will only cost you RM 5 and adults will cost you about RM 18. Anyway, you are only advised to soak in your feet for about 10 mins and no more.

Dipping in action and testing the heat level

Hot spring

Children are not allowed to do it though

Ok people its posing time

Cat walking action here

Some bee hives are also here

Where's the bees mommy?

Ok folks that all for now until next time ya.. :)