Visited this beach as a part of our Island Hopping tour. Pure emerald color water, white sand. Absolutely beautiful and relaxing place~
Bahrain Beach is an untouched island paradise. I see this evaluation on the tourist APP. So, I follow this evaluation to explore this paradise. It seems not far, but there is no way to the end of the beach, and we have to walk along the other people's hotel. Slowly, gently, a paradise is unfolding in front of us. It's as graceful as two worlds outside, with few tourists. The sea water is as blue as a jewel, so people can't bear to blaspheme it. There are many black and gray reef rocks beside the seaside. There are many hotels in the mountains. They are quiet and private. There aren't many tourists. They just have to talk about a few local people or some children playing. If they want to see the sunset, they have to keep going. At the end of the day, there are several restaurants with balconies extending out of the sea. Find a better location and order a drink. You can enjoy the sunset slowly. The sunset time in March is usually from 5:30 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. Remember to master the time. If you never want to walk, you can also take a tricycle to live in front of you. Carpooling usually varies from 10 to 25 pesos depending on distance. A chartered car is 150 pesos. If the driver can take other guests on the way, he can say 100 pesos.
Bahrain Beach, which is only 4.5 miles long, can ride bicycles or motorcycles around the entire island. But don't let its small size fool you, but it's really pitiful. Yapak Beach White Beach and Balinghai Beach are quiet places. They're the best places for two people to fall in love here! Roar!