Long stretches of white sand, turquoise blue crystal waters and lush green forest. The beach No. 1 is postcard perfect with old fallen trees being slowly washed away by the waves. Swimming is best at high tide, but also possible during low tide. Take care of the corals and few rocks underneath the water surface. The beach No. 1 offers the best snorkelling points on the islands with colourful fish and some corals. If lucky there is a high chance to spot a dugong (sea cow) feeding on sea grass.
The beach is also known as the sunset point of the island so it can get pretty crowded at sunset with loads of tourists coming to snap a photo or two before they head for dinner. At all other times the beautiful serene beach is almost deserted so you can always find a special place to have this gem all by yourself.