The journey to Pantai Geting took us more than seven hours. It was a long journey.
We started our journey at around 11am. We embarked on to Butterworth Kulim Expressway then to East West Highway. The drive from west to the east coast was very pleasant. It had the most breathtaking scenic views. When passed by Banding Island Bridge at Tasik Temenggor, we saw the breathtaking view at Titiwangsa Lookout Point.
‘Wau’ is a work of art. A very realistic eagle high up in the sky. The kite was doing a fine job of flying.
The colourful kites were dancing gracefully with the clouds. They painted the sky as well.
The wide beaches of Geting Beach is perfect for kite flying activities.
This beach lies on the border of Thailand and Kelantan at Kampung Tujuh in Tumpat, about 7 km from Kota Bharu. A kiss`with this Giant Clown Fish Kite. Dad was so excited.
The weather at the time of arrival was cloudy and windy. A perfect condition for both participants and visitors. Girls, what an opportunity to learn about the Malaysian people and the diverse cultures.
Since it it was held during the school holidays, it attracted a sizable crowd. Approximately 42 participants from 18 countries as well as 180 local participants were taking part in the festival.
Don't let those blue skies deceive you. It was super hot. Dad and mom love these Spiked Ball. They are funny.
Various styles of kites were flown by kite lovers. Grey Whale Kite.
Giant Cartoon Kite.
A Giant Tiiger Kite.
Bear's Family Kites.
Are you looking for an unique kite? How's about this Octopus Kite?
A Spider Web Kite.
A kite lover came far from France with his four hand-made kites in one string. Can you see them?
Mom would like to thank dad for arranging this wonderful trip. We hope we can start our flying adventure one day.
Good place to stay for one night before moving on elsewhere. We still had three days to explore. Goodbye Tumpat. We are going to Kota Bahru soon.