Lydia C. Lee is still trying to work out what to do with her one wild and precious life. She currently is a haphazard blogger. Read more at holidazeandhellidaze.blogspot.com.au or www.pandoraandmax.blogspot.com
Published October 2nd 2012
Chill out on a beanbag on the beach
I really wanted to visit this bar and restaurant on our trip, as I'd heard great things about it. Whenever you looked at a food blog in the area, it was there. The reviews on Tripadvisor included lines such as 'perfect place for Langkawi sunset', 'number 1 chill out place in Langkawi' and 'best place for a beachside drink'. A look at their Facebook page, and the photos, and I was sold.
We jumped in a taxi and headed across the island. We'd not been to Pantai Cenang so I was a little confused when the taxi pulled up into a carpark and what looked like a construction site. I got nervous when my friend asked "Are you sure this is even on the beach?". However, we walked through the little lane way and there is was.
Beanbags and hammocks on the beach, little tables and everything yellow.
We settled back for happy hour, watching a little boy play in the jacuzzi next door while his parents had a drink on the table next to him in Yellow Cafe. The people came and went on the beach and the sun slowly moved across the sky.
It's a great spot to lay back and watch the world go by, the happy hour is 4 - 6pm with two for one beers. While we headed off to the next place on our list for dinner, the two hours I spent in that beanbag were one of the nicest afternoons on the island.
They also have a restaurant and on some evenings live music, so keep an eye on for what's on. Salsa nights are their specialty. Where ever you are staying, it's worth heading over to the Yellow Cafe in the late afternoon to kick start your evening, but once you settle into a beanbag, it's very hard to find the motivation to move.