Beaches K 1021 and 1022 occupy two gaps in a sandstone protrusion that extends from beach K 1020 for 1 km to the south. Beach K 1021 is a 50 m pocket of northeast-facing sand bordered by low rocky points, while beach K 1022 is a similar 50 m pocket, fringed by mangroves then rocks. A low linear islet lies 100 m off the beach.
Beach Length: 0.05km
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