At last or Finalllllyyyyy, I am going to Pulau Redang. Been talking bout this trip since college time and always the timing is no ngam.
When the time was right, the group that I planned with they FFK me…Did not inform me and went themselves few years back. I was lucky, got to go with my friends that get to know not long ago~
I didn’t sleep alot as have to wake up at 3am and catch the shuttle bus at 3.45 at KL central. I thought we were one of the group that craze enough to go so early and thought that the bus would be empty or half only. To my surprise that it was full…
The best thing of all was I reached air port at 5 am, and it was already sooooooooooooo many ppl checking in to so many countries. I feel that, it is so much more ppl compare to KLIA around this time. Thought that the country is having economic slowdown but I Guess it’s not.
The convenient thing about Airasia is that, if you do not have any luggage to check in, can directly check in at this Kiosk and will directly print out your ticket and proceed to the respective counters to get certified with a stamp on the ticket. That’s all. Hassle free. The flight departing at 7.10am
50 minutes later
After a short flight in it I finally feels like my leg gonna cramp as the seated place is so narrow. We finally reached Kuala Terengganu. The airport is tradition in its way.~
I thought it was a some fancy jetty, mana tau, the jetty is like Bukit Tambun seafood area. Swampy~
Not a fancy big boat, but a small boat which can take 14 ppl max, more than that, chances of the boat tengelam is quite high~ but with this speed boat takes about 30 minutes to reached back here.
It has been quite a while since I last went to snorkelling and this is the famous Marine Park nearby Redang Island whereby the most satisfying so far.
The amount of fishes they have there at least it looks like a ocean and something to look for. FISHES~
To get a pack of the bread to feed the fish cost RM1 only to lure the fish to take pic with you.
If I am not mistaken I still think that the coral at Pulau Payar is much nicer than this 1.
Not many types of fish you can see in here just a few types but in large quantity.
Nearby the rock there is 1 quite giant fish floating in there. Was told that quite tua pui and heavy. Most of the ppl swim to this area trying to see this fish and the eel about 3-4 meter long. Could not spot it. Some where in the ocean I guess.
Ahhhhh….this is the type of fish whereby you can see every day, when you eat Nasi Lemak.
Trying to take as many pic as we can.
This pic was taken on another island during afternoon snorkelling session, one of the guy dive into the bottom of the sea to bring us this. If did not handle with care, your hand will be cut easily as the shell is quite sharp and inside it lots of small thorns.
In this island there is not much thing to see as lots of dead corals. So ask the helper to take some pic for us and he was like…aiyaaaaa you guys again ah! come la.. I help you take~
Greetings from earth, we come to the sea in peace!