While navigating for dinner, we came across a popular 100 year-old biscuit shop, Lim Choo Seng (聚成中西饼店 GPS n01.35059 e104.22256). A lot of cars came up to buy Mai3 Tai3 Sou1(马蹄) and prawn crackers, we heard the Lao Poh (wife) biscuit is famous too.
The boss recommended Beautiful Village to us for dinner. From our previous visit, we had wanted to find Jade Garden but apparently this restaurant has either closed down or upgraded. (the other popular stall is You3 Ji4 at GPS e01.35116 e104.22432)
On the way back to our resort, we took the coastal road (in red) by mistake, traveling 25km in total darkness. Absolute darkness as in you-cannot-see-your-own-hands-dark, rear view was dark except for our car rear light.
In the evening, this might be the best spot for stars gazing if you dare to camp overnight. In the day, this track should be ideal for cycling. We drove between 60 and 80kmh, as we did not want to drive off a bend into the sea.