Monday, December 11, 2017

Sekinchan and Sky Mirror

An overnight trip at Sekinchan on 9-10 Dec 2017 visiting the local attractions and enjoying the food in the leading Chinese restaurants, then visited Sky Mirror on the second day. 

Sky Mirror – The entire team of 19 members boarded the boat at a jetty from Kuala Selangor. After about 35 minutes of high-speed boat ride, the boat stopped in the middle of the ocean, and the two young tour guides accompanying us happily announced that we have arrived at the Sky Mirror site. Looking out of the boat, everyone was asking where the land or the beach is!

Then we saw other tourists alighted from other boats. Yes, they were standing on land in the middle of nowhere with a one-foot deep of water. After a while, there were about 25 boats arrived with each ferrying of about 20 people. 

After waited for 30 minutes, Yes! The land emerged from the sea – just like in the Hollywood movies! It was a journey of unique and fun experience. Good to visit the Sky Mirror and experience it for yourself!

Do CLICK HERE to view photos courtesy of yours truly (KC Leong).

 At the Wishing Tree of Sekinchan
 Having fun at Pantai Redang 
 We Love Sekinchan ... (front) Ivy Wong, Yi Ling, Camelia, (back, left): Josephine, Li May, Annie, James Ooi, Yen, Belinda, LeeWY, Michele Lum, Elaine Lee, Ronnie, ChongYF, ChuahTK, Polly Kor, Celine Gan, Monika Ng 
... not in the photo: KC Leong
 The homestay is just opposite the padi field in light golden yellow which is almost time for harvesting
 Sunset at at Pantai Redang before adjourning for dinner
 Chill-out at the homestay ... half-way thorough, the rain came and we just went into one of the rooms labelled as Number 2 and we continued the session.
 Visiting Nan Tian Temple on Day-2
 Visiting 3D Art Gallery 
  Where is the land? A hive of activity at the Sky Mirror site
Elaine Lee and Michele Lum happily walking around the invisible land
 Sky Mirror group photo
Nice reflection of the ...
 Waiting for the "mirror" to appear
The water level has subsided

Posted by KC Leong

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