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Segari Beach and Teluk Batik Beach, Perak

BEACHES...  Cannot remember the last time I went to the beach in Perak itself... it must been many years ago.  And we were there again two months ago and for the first time, the two beaches we went to, were crowd-less, it was a rare sight.  Normally beaches are filled with people from one end to the other.  No tourists, no families were in sight except for us and a selective few.  
Actually we wanted to visit this place.... 
Unfortunately it was under renovation.... 
So we could only stood outside and took some pictures to mark our presence...
LOL.... 
The beach was beautiful though.... 
Blue seas... clean... no rubbish... 
Since it was so quiet, we left this place...
and adjourned to Teluk Batik, another beach resort.... 
which was supposedly to be popular and crowded too....
But it was not filled with people...
Only the few of us.... 
We almost have the whole place to ourselves...
I cannot remember the last time I came here...
Must be more than 10 or 20 years ago.... 
This is a good time to visit.... to drop by.... 
We took a lot of pictures of ourselves....
then we left for our lunch...
and back to Ipoh after shopping for some Sitiawan stuff.... 


Comments

  1. Your postcard photos are nice with scenic beach and sands. Why you didn't pose in bikini with a beach ball like Saloma and Siput Sarawak? LOLOL

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  2. Oh? You went to Sitiawan? I guess it is all right there. Heard Taiping is locked down. Did you eat the Foochow kampua and kompia in Sitiawan?

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  3. Must be very nice to have the beach all to yourselves but weather is so hot.

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  4. It is so pretty, the white sand is gorgeous!!

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  5. it has been some years since my last beach trip!

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  6. Looking at your photos make me miss beaches. Long time did not go to beach. The last time was in September last year. More than a year!

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  7. Its a pity you weren't able to visit the turtle sanctuary after a long drive. Nice, lovely beaches without the usual crowd which is very rare.

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  8. Very scenic beach photos you took!

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