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We were searching for nearby beach and our hotel reception was recommend us to go to pristine beach. After we arrived there, we were shocked that the beach is so bad. It looks dirty and disguisting. At first, we asked our tricycle driver to wait...More
Pristine Beach is anything but pristine. There are a ton of people here, it's dirty, and the water isn't clean. The plastic in the ocean often washes up here, and is no doubt not helped by all the crap already on the beach.
The beach is built up by mud and dirt from the tide. An okay beach to visit during low tide but messy during high tides. The palm tables it's famous for are nice for relaxing but after sitting there for about an hour the staff...More
not suitable for swimming. dirty and not pristine at all.
so scary with lots of stray dogs roaming around the cottages. the good side was the guard and
lady receptionist let us took a look around before getting our entrance fee. they gave us 15...More
Whoever called this beach pristine, must have been beginner in English not knowing the meaning of the word pristine. The beach is full of plastic trash, the water is brown and stinky and the place is difficult to access after rain. Not to mention that...More
Definitely not pristine - trash everywhere on the beach, in the water and hidden in the mangroves. Disgusting. And they dare put up signs about being clean and eco-friendly. We didn't even want to be on the beach, we were there to check a boat...More