AVANI

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Somehow, I was in love with the rippled muddy texture and felt thankful for the rather peculiar beach experience.

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Location: Sepang, Malaysia

When I travelled north to Kuala Lumpur for back-to-back meetings and interviews, I got to sneak in an impromptu time off with my brother and relatives to Avani Sepang Goldcoast Resort, an hour plus drive southwards away from the bustling city. I didn’t know what to expect besides lines of villas that form the shape of a palm tree from a up above (that’s what I have always seen online). But this beach caught me by surprise. It is different. It is not the ordinary blue calming beach with golden sands. It is, so, ‘dramatic’. In fact I have never seen anything like it before. In the morning, the tide got so low the beach spans an extra distance offshore which we could literally walk towards the villa and observe the structure underneath. We took each step most cautiously as we tried not to step onto the baby crabs and sink ourselves into the deep sand mud. By noon we hurried back to the beach before the tide heightens by 3m or so, or we will be literally ‘Under the Sea’. And before we even knew, it was time to call it a day as we watched the sun set beneath the horizons.

Somehow, I was in love with the rippled muddy texture and felt thankful for the rather peculiar beach experience.

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