Situated midway between Padang Padang and Bingin, Impossibles is mostly cliff and boulders, broken up by the occasional slice of soft yellow sand.
It's a lovely area, but incredibly isolated and at night we'd warrant some of the staircases are seriously hazardous.
Accommodation is limited, aside from one (temporarily) closed resort, the only other lodgings we could find were salubrious private residences that appear to have permitted beach access through gritted teeth around their corpulent land holdings -- the least they could have done was provided footways that satisfied some base level of safety. Thanks, fat cats.
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