In the past, the coast of this area had a beautiful beach, popular with international tourists. Now, every visitor is left disappointed. The government for some reason decided to build an artificial Island with nothing on it, which has destroyed the natural environment. The original sand is beautiful at the top of the beach but it turns to silt as you get close to the water. And there was nobody swimming in this water.
It's such a shame, because the coconut tree forest is lovely to drive through, and by all means it should be a fantastic tourism area. I feel sorry for the locals, who had no say in this 'development'.
It's worth a visit if you're nearby, just for the impressive coconut trees. But don't come for the beach.
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