After A Walk Down To Weld Quay and Chew Jetty and some rest it was time to head to Batu Ferringhi Beach for the sunset.
We reached just before 6pm (quite difficult to find parking!) then setup on the beach for some sunset photography, there was still a lot of activity and it was quite busy with people banana boating, parasailing, jet skiing and horse riding.
Jet Skiing is fun! Good way to get sunburn though (I found the hard way).
Horse Riding on the beach? Unless you know how to gallop or at least canter – I can’t see it being much fun. Anyway horseriding is not for people who have testicles!
The kids of course love playing on the beach.
Beach boy taking the ATV back, too cool for school.
Shutter Asia photographers getting ready for the sunset.
Parasailing must be awesome during dusk, I did it once in Penang it was a really good experience.
Shortly after that the sun started to set and it was time to start snapping.
Caught a bit of flare on this one.
Parasailing into the sun!
As the sun disappeared behind the hill, it started to rain so it was time for us to make a quick exit – pack up our stuff and head to Jemputree for dinner.
And well that was the end of that trip, great that it was. Went for a bit of food hunting the next day but all the famous food had too many customers and they actually turned us away (yes the red hat lau yee Lorong Selamat CKT).
Then a long drive back to KL and back to work the next day, oh well!
That’s all for that trip, maybe the rest of the Sabah pics soon.
You can see the full set of pics here – Penang – March 2009