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2D1N Bagan Datuk with Blue Tears & Sky Mirror

Perak, Malaysia

Duration
2 Day(s)
Capacity
4 - 15 travelers
Booking notice
2 days
Standard price
RM 558.00

★★★★★
CY & Teong
I speak English, Malay, Mandarin

Nature's wonders await you at Bagan Datuk, from seeing the beach glow in the dark like fallen stars, to strolling on a mind-blowing sky mirror, watching fireflies and digging for clams.

Bagan Datuk is a small town in Perak that is home to many natural phenomenons and traditions. By day, you can enjoy fishing village traditions, pose at the Sky Mirror and watch the sunset as the eagles soar around you. By night, you can see stars in the sky, on a firefly cruise and beneath the water, as well as two owl species that live in this town.

Sky Mirror is mysterious beach where the sky reflects the shallow waters on the beach, similar to Bolivia's Salar de Uyuni. Let your creativity and photography skills run free as you create previous and unforgettable memories with loved ones. What about those fallen stars? This is caused by a phenomenon called Blue Tears, when bio-luminescent plankton washed ashore creates a fantasy-like experience few get to witness. You will also get to go on a firefly cruise, go clam (lala) digging, visit a fishing village.


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Itinerary

Day 1


05:30 PM

Meet at Jeti Bagan Datuk and check in


06:30 PM

Eagle Watching, Fireflies Watching & Blue Tears

Summary

We will head out to sea to enjoy 3 beautiful natural attractions. Watch eagles majestically soar around you as the golden sun sets at Bagan Datuk.

Then we will wait till the sky gets darker to see the blue tears shimmering in sea. When there is no moon, you'll see the blue tears sparkling even brighter.

Next we will head to the mangrove forest to see fireflies twinkling at night. If weather permits, you can see a sky full of stars and bushes full of Bagan Datuk's own 'Christmas lights'!

A phenomenal sunset view at Bagan Datuk

09:00 PM

Seafood dinner

Summary

Tuck in to a seafood dinner where we will prepare both steamboat and BBQ style, so you can taste the best of the sea.

BBQ at Fishing Village HomeStay
A plethora of steamboat options

Day 2


07:00 AM

Clam Finding & Sky Mirror

Summary

Take a speedboat out to a little beach at low tide where you can experience fishing traditions such as digging for clams. You can even challenge your friends to see who can find the most!

Take creative photos at the Sky Mirror, as the reflective surface of water promises lots of fun and wonderful memories.

The departure time may differ depending on the tide.

Unravel your creativity at the Sky Mirror
Child-friendly clam digging the beach at Bagan Datuk

12:00 PM

Seafood platter and check out

Summary

At Bagan Datuk, when there are family reunions, the locals would have a potluck to celebrate the occasion. You get to experience that with a seafood platter filled with all sorts of dishes including fish, prawns, crabs, mussels, clams and more.

After lunch, you can check out and go on exploring Bagan Datuk!

Seafood platter to fuel your energy

Travel notes

Things to bring: Sunblock, motion sickness medicine (if needed), scarves, hats, slippers or umbrella (if needed and for assurance) waterproof mobile phone sets (if needed), toiletries.

There are no toilets at Sky Mirror. Please use the toilet prior to the boat ride.

Outfit Recommendations

Light and comfortable clothes. Shorts are recommended as some guests may need to walk in the sea depending on the arrival time of the boat.

Where we will meet

Jeti Bagan Datuk, Bagan Datoh, Perak, Malaysia

How to get there

Standard price
RM 558.00 /Pax
Booking details
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Total MYR 0.00
Price including
Accommodation - 1 Night at Fishing Village HomeStay
Meals - 1 breakfast, 1 seafood lunch, 1 seafood dinner
Activities - Blue Tears, Sky Mirror, Fireflies watching and Clam finding
Guide
Price excluding
Travel Expenses
Personal spendings - Fresh seafood, snacks and etc.
How to get there

You can get here by car. Set your GPS to "Jeti Bagan Datuk".