Pantai Chendor

Beach, Cherating

Pantai Chendor is a beach that extends 1km northwest of Cherating, a relatively unknown and unspoilt environment enclosed within a secluded bay brimming with lush greenery. Stretching 1.5km over a sweeping expanse of sand and mudflats, the beach meets its end at a hilly cape, with pretty karst formations lined along the shore and shallow pools with inlets to the sea. Pantai Chendor is also a nesting ground for sea turtles - visitors can hope to spot green and leatherback turtles coming ashore to lay eggs at night between April and September. Chendor can be reached by a junction from the main road, which ends at a small estuary leading to the beach (via wooden bridge).
Click any of the images below to see its full size displayed in the window at left. Comments and information related to the photo appear in this box accordingly.