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A good drive to Tanjung Sepat before we made our way to Carey Island. We had lunch by the Langat river. A good seafood lunch of "kam heong'' crabs, salted egg prawns, steamed garoupa with "choy poh" and sweet potato leaves in garlic. Good lunch...More
Carey Island is only 1 hour from KL but is home to the Mah Meri people, an aboriginal Orang Asli group who still strongly believe in the spirit world.
The most well know manifestation of this is the annual celebration that takes place approx 1...More
The whole island is below sea level, the whole island is all bunded up to prevent the sea water from getting into the island and is kept under constant surveillance to prevent "flooding"
The whole island is akin to a small township with all basis...More