Malcolms Road Beach is absolutely beautiful. No boats, no people :) The water is calm. It is not a "snorkelers" beach but I did see a 7ft nurse shark and 3 baby turtles while snorkeling. There are also parrot fish, few coral areas, and a lot of little fish. It is definitely worth snorkeling even though there is no reef per se. I suspect there are also lobsters in the area as I saw a lot of dead shells in the water. If you are snorkeling, snorkel out 2-300 meters from the beach as the water is relatively shallow.
The sand is soft, the water is cool, and the view is picturesque. This place is also a great way to introduce small kids to snorkeling as there is a lot of life literally 1 meter away from the beach.
The road to the beach is rough but I made it with a rented Nissan Sunny (small subcompact car). You do not need to rent an SUV to reach the beach regardless of what others have said.
No facilities on site. If you need shade there is a cabana for public use. I suggest that you bring a lot of water before coming down here. It is not that far away and the beach does have CCTV to protect/spy on tourists.
Keep all your belongings with you at all times though. If you want to be surrounded by people, there is a resort 1km west of the public access point and accessible by walking along the beach.
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