Fishermen checking their fishing net (Borneo)
A fisherman and his son are checking their fishing net before going fishing with their small canoe before sunset.
This is Kelambu beach. Truly a beautiful secluded beach, hard to reach and far away for the nearest village. I decided to spend one night on that desert beach.
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Photos of Kelambu Beach (Borneo)
Kelambu is a Tied Island covered by small rain forest, connected to the mainland by a narrow strip of white sand called a tombolo (a particular type of shoal connecting the mainland to an island). On each side of the shoal, two beautiful desert beaches and very calm, blue sea water.
Kelambu is truly a beautiful secluded beach, hard to reach and far away for the nearest village. I decided to spend one night on that desert beach.
In the night, a couple of local guys came on a motorbike with snorkeling gear, waterproof flash lights and fishing spearguns. They swam out from the beach and did their night spear-fishing for an hour or so. They came back with a lot of fish in their nets!
View my other photos of Borneo Island.
Kelambu is a perfect example of a Tied Island connected to land by a tombolo. You can read more about the landforms here:
Photos taken in the Malaysian states of Borneo island (Sarawak and Sabah).