Named after its mirror-like reflection of the sky. Sky Mirror is a mystery island that will only emerge for several days every month: During the 1st and 15th of a lunar month, as well as 4 days before or after these dates. It is also dubbed the Salar de Uyuni of Malaysia, after the similar natural wonder in Bolivia.
Sky Mirror is actually a seabed that appears above water for a few hours at low tide, exposing an expansive sand flat as huge as hundred football fields. Locals used to call it Sand Dollar Beach or Black Sand.
Sky Mirror is also home to a multitude of marine life besides sand dollars, the most common are the sea clams and baby clams which scattered abundantly in the sand. Though tiny, you will definitely fall in love with millions of baby clams that glitter like diamonds under the sun. Other interesting marine organisms found are sea anemones, shore crabs, red crabs, soldier crabs, bamboo clams, sea grapes, bailer shell, sea snails, and a variety of shells.
The moment you step on to Sky Mirror, the unparalled paradise beauty of the mystery island will take your breath away. Unlike other mirror lakes, you can physically walk on the seabed, and capture the unique moments in its all-natural reflective surroundings. And when the heaven meets the earth – you are literally a little
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