Location : 07000 Langkawi, Kedah, Malaysia
Time Required : 1 day
Located just 4 km away from the Datai Bay, the secluded Pasir Tengkorak Beach is a hidden holiday spot for locals of the place. The white sandy beach is covered by shady rainforest and 500 million years old rock formations found on the ends of the beach. While the blue water is good for swimming, travelers can also trek down to the woods of Pantai Pasir Tengkorak and explore the three-tier Temurun waterfalls.
Apart from camping, trekking, and sunbathing, Pasir Tengkorak beach has its own picnic tables, prayers halls, toilets, and an adjacent small snack cart, too. Also known as the Sandy Skulls Beach, this beach is the happy home for troops of monkeys and thousands of jellyfish. Being one of the cleanest public beaches on the island, Pantai Pasir Tengkorak offers a serene surrounding with shade gazebos for its travellers.
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