beaches in selangor

13 Beaches in Selangor  ( You Probably Didn’t Know About It!)

Are you in need of a good dose of vitamin sea? Did you know there are many beautiful beaches in Selangor?

Selangor is located in the west of Malaysia and it is the state with the right city-versus-nature balance. 

The state is blessed with diversity in cultures, traditions, languages, arts, and foods. Selangor also has impressive hiking trails, beaches, and waterfalls that bring you closer to nature.

The WWB guest poster, Mohana has made your lives easier by rounding up all the best beaches in Selangor so you don’t have to go to another state and look for beaches. What are you waiting for? Let’s plan for your next weekend trip!

13 Beaches in Selangor 

1. Pantai Remis, Kuala Selangor 

2. Pantai Kelanang, Banting

3. Pantai Morib, Banting

4. Pantai Bagan Lalang, Sepang Gold Coast

5. Pantai Redang, Sekinchan

6. Pantai Cunang, Tanjung Sepat

7. Pantai Tanjung Piai, Port Klang

8.  Pantai Acheh, Pulau Indah, Port Klang

9. Tanjung Harapan, Northport,Port Klang

10. Sasaran Beach,Sky Mirror, Kuala Selangor

11. Bagan Nakhoda Beach, Sabak Bernam

12. Pantai Tanjung Rhu, Pulau Carey

13. Sungai Lang Beach, Sabak Bernam

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1. Pantai Remis, Jeram, Kuala Selangor (Remis Beach, Jeram, Kuala Selangor)

Pantai Remis is located 20km south of Kuala Selangor in between Kapar and Kuala Selangor. This beach is one of the favorite tourist spots in Selangor. If you are looking for a beach near Kuala Selangor then you should come here. 

Kuala Selangor beach is always flooded with visitors because the town is known as a seafood haven. 

If you’re a seafood lover, you will enjoy the freshest seafood of all varieties while relaxing with friends and family. There are also many stalls that sell various light snacks for the visitors to indulge in while enjoying the beautiful beach scenery. 

Things to do:

  • Fishing
  • Kite flying
  • Catching sand crab
  • Clam and other crustaceans digging 
  • Collecting seashells
  • Relax and enjoy the sunset
  • Picnicking
  • Photography
  • Explore the market area for fresh and dried seafood, snacks, and delicacies. 

Some basic facilities are available for visitors to Pantai Remis such as:

  • Toilets ( free)
  • Bathrooms
  • Spacious parking lot (free)
  • Prayer room
  • Food Court

As you visit this place please try not to expect white sand and clear water as it is filled with large stones which make Pantai Remis not suitable for swimming. 

However, you could walk along the beach to enjoy the sea breeze and watch the sunset. 

If you like the place and want to explore more, you can plan to visit the nearby locations after spending some quality time at the beach. If you are looking for hotels or places to stay in Jeram, please click here. You can get hotel rooms or homestays based on your preference. 

Address: Jalan Pantai Remis, 45800, Jeram, Kuala Selangor, Selangor

Google Maps 

This special section is for our fishing lovers. Keep going!

Pulau Angsa ( Angsa Island)

Source: Love Kuala Selangor Facebook Page

Insider Tip: 

Pulau Angsa (Angsa Island) is a fishing spot 30 minutes away from the beach. Fishing lovers can go to the island by boat. 

  • A fee is applicable for the boat service
  • You can rent a chalet on the island if you’re staying the night. It’s an abandoned chalet due to a fire incident that took place years ago. However, some part of the chalet is still in good condition and you can rent them for the night for a small fee.
  • It is advisable to bring your own food and clean water supplies in case you are spending the night
  • Bring a lifejacket with you when you are riding on the boat if you don’t know how to swim

You can check with the local boatmen for more details before you plan a trip to Angsa island. 

Google Maps – this restaurant is near the Jeram jetty where you would be taking a boat to the island. 

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Photo credit: Tripadvisor

2. Pantai Kelanang, Banting (Kelanang Beach, Banting)

Did you know Pantai Kelanang is 7km away from Pantai Morib Selangor (Morib Beach)? Many are aware of the latter but not many are aware of the former. You can drop by if you’re planning to go to Morib beach. 

The beach is decorated with pine trees and mangroves which give a good shade for picnic goers and campers. It is lively at the weekend with more visitors coming over to unwind.

The trees at the car park in front of the beach that is decorated with LED lights will glow in bright colors is nice to see in the evening. 

Things to do:

  • Camping
  • Picnicking
  • Kite flying
  • Kids playground ( for your young ones entertained)
  • Photography
  • Catching sand crabs
  • Collecting seashells

Some basic facilities are available for visitors to Pantai Remis such as:

  • Food stalls
  • Public toilets (Open 24 hours & free)
  • Spacious parking lot ( free)
  • Stalls selling various items ( kites, souvenirs, and so on)
  • Prayer room
  • Campsite ( no fee)
  • Campfire is provided on every campsite
  • Coastal rescue service 

Additional note: There’s no clear indication if you can swim on this beach. The beach water is said to be not suitable for swimming. However, please check the water condition and any signs indicating no swimming.

Also, if you’re planning to go here on weekdays the facilities such as toilets and stalls might be closed. 

Campsite location: Google Maps or search for Pantai Kelanang Campsite on Google Maps or Waze.

Address: Kampung Kelanang, Banting, 42700, Selangor

Head to Banting, Selangor, and then follow the signs for Morib beach. As you get closer to Morib you will see signs for Kelanang Beach.

Google Maps

Photo credit: Tripadvisor

3. Pantai Morib, Banting ( Morib Beach, Banting)

Did you know that Morib beach has a historical background to it? Yes, the beach has a small monument built to commemorate the landing of the British Indian Army in September 1945. 

The Indian army arrived during world war II leading to the end of the Japanese occupation in Malaysia. Now one of the famous picnic spots in Banting, Selangor, this beach once saw one of the largest landings in history. 

This beach is located around 1 hour from Kuala Lumpur. Not only can you enjoy the view of the sea, but there are also various facilities provided around the beach for its visitors. 

Things to do:

  • Kite flying
  • Clam and other crustaceans digging
  • Catching crabs and bamboo/razor clams
  • Camping
  • Beach soccer
  • Volleyball
  • Jogging
  • Picnicking
  • Relaxing in the gazebo
  • Swimming
  • Fishing
  • BBQ
  • Shop for locals snacks and foods
  • Bubble play

Some basic facilities are available for visitors to Pantai Remis such as:

  • Food court
  • Toilet and bathroom ( A small fee may be imposed)
  • Children playground
  • Beach soccer field
  • Kite flying field
  • Prayer room
  • Information counter
  • Multipurpose stage
  • Ground to play traditional spinning top/gasing
  • Gazebo for some shade from the sun
  • Walking pavement
  • Parking (free)

Address: Pantai Morib, 427000, Banting, Kuala Langat, Selangor

Google Maps

Suggestion: There are some things to do near Morib. You can plan your day by including these on your list.

 From paragliding at Bukit Jugra to enjoying water activities at Gold Coast Water Morib Theme Park, you can plan the rest of the day when you are visiting this beach.

If you are looking for hotels or places to stay, please click here. You can get hotel rooms or homestays based on your preference. 

Food to try: 

These are some recommendations from my research. Feel free to try other restaurants available and make the most out of your trip. 

Picture credit: rozita_ms via Instagram

4. Pantai Bagan Lalang, Sepang Gold Coast ( Bagan Lalang Beach, Sepang Gold Coast)

One of the best beaches in Selangor, Pantai Bagan Lalang is an hour’s ride from Kuala Lumpur. It’s an amazing beach providing scenic views and one of the famous attractions in Selangor to come with family and friends. 

The existence of KLIA Airport and Sepang Race Track became the main reasons for more hotels and chalets to be built around this beach. The reason why the place has become more famous and crowded with people on public holidays and weekends. 

Things to do:

  • Camping ( no fee)
  • Picnicking
  • Swimming
  • Fishing
  • Kite flying
  • Volleyball
  • Beach soccer
  • Collecting seashells
  • BBQ session
  • Bubble play
  • Crab catching
  • Collecting seashells
  • Watch flights taking off (KLIA is located in Sepang)
  • Buy souvenirs

Some basic facilities are available for visitors to Pantai Bagan Lalang such as:

  • Children playground
  • Gazebo
  • Prayer room
  • Food courts
  • ATM 
  • Public toilet 
  • Souvenir & random items shops  
  • Campsite 

What else can you do?

If you love kayaking & paddling, you can go to outdoorgate solutions and book for your favorite sports. Contact the number displayed on the website for booking. 

Another interesting place around this beach is Avani Sepang Goldcoast Resort. It’s a stunning overwater villa that has been built on top of the Bagan Lalang beach. It’s known as the best resort to watch the sunset. 

If you want more adventure and memories you could try Kart Racing and get the F1 racing feel. 

Address: Jalan Pantai Bagan Lalang, Kampung Bagan Lalang, Bagan Lalang, 43950,

Sungai Pelek, Selangor.

Google Maps

Food to try: 

1. Restoran Bayu Malam Wak Lan Ikan Bakar & Seafood

2. Restoren Senandung Malam Seafood 

3. Bagan Lalang Sea View Restaurant

4. Restoran Terapung H.M Sri Bagan Sdn Bhd 

Picture Credit: Tripadvisor

5. Pantai Redang, Sekinchan ( Redang Beach, Sekinchan)

Pantai Redang Sekinchan or Redang Beach Sekinchan became very popular after some scenes from the Hong Kong TVB drama, Outbound Love was shot around the beach area. Besides, various local dramas and movies were shot here as well. 

This beach is one of the famous beaches in Selangor you have to visit.

Compared to all the previous beaches, we have a movie star on the list! Interestingly, there are many attractions around this beach as it is well-known for its “wishing” tree, different type of birds, and seafood of various types. 

It is also known as the seafood haven. So, for all seafood lovers, this is another best place for you to visit. It will take you one and a half hours or more from Kuala Lumpur to this beach but it’s definitely not going to be a waste of time for you!

Things to do: 

  • Wishing tree 
  • Enjoy eating Seafood
  • Fishing
  • Picnicking
  • Wooden treehouse 
  • Watching the sunset
  • Kite flying
  • Play bubble
  • Collecting seashells

Note: 

Many websites say that the beach is not suitable for swimming. The sea water is not pristine clear and clean enough for you to swim hence it’s not suitable for swimming, snorkeling, or diving.  

If you’re a dog lover and love feeding stray dogs, you can bring some food for the strays here. There are a lot of friendly stray dogs around the beach and they do not go around disturbing the visitors. 

Some basic facilities are available for visitors to Pantai Redang Sekinchan such as:

  • Souvenir shops
  • Toilets ( may impose a small fee)
  • Food and drink stalls
  • Shops selling random items

To find out about more activities to do at Sekinchan please click here. The are restaurants at every hook and cranny of Sekinchan, if you want to get some food recommendations please click here

If you are looking for hotels or places to stay, please click here. You can get hotel rooms or homestays based on your preference. 

Other recommendations:

Insider Tip: The sunset view at Redang Beach Sekinchan is one of the main attractions here. Try to stay at least until 7 pm to catch the stunning view. 

Address: Jalan Pantai Redang, 45400, Sekinchan, Selangor

Google Maps

Recommended article to read: 

Photo Credit: Pantai Cunang, Kampung Orang Asli Tanjung Sepat, (Facebook)

6. Pantai Cunang, Tanjung Sepat ( Cunang Beach, Tanjung Sepat)

Pantai Cunang is located in the Kuala Langat district and is managed and maintained by the Malaysian Mah Meri indigenous community. It is a stopover for the Mah Meri Indigenous tribe fishermen to relax before they go down to the sea until they saw its potential.

I believe that is what motivated them to make it a tourist spot. Many do not know about this beach at Tanjung Sepat. People who visited this beach either stumbled across their official Facebook page or were recommended by the locals. 

This beach is unique because the villagers used garbage collected while cleaning up the beach (tires, plastic bottles, flip-flops, and so on) to create some colorful creative arts that are eye-capturing for the visitors. 

They used tree stumps and old tires to create seating areas on the beach. 

Their creativity to recycle these items to produce decorative displays must be appreciated.  The beach area is said to be very clean as it is maintained by the locals to keep the cleanliness in order.

You will come across wooden stilt houses, the traditional indigenous people’s houses on the beach displayed for public view. 

It is also said that the view of the beach is extremely gorgeous and the people who visited highly recommend taking as many pictures as you can while you are there.

Things to do: 

  • Picnicking
  • Camping
  • Fishing
  • Cycling
  • Collecting seashells
  • Kite flying

Some basic facilities are available for visitors to Pantai Cunang, Tanjung Sepat such as:

  • Toilets 
  • Parking (Limited space & fee is imposed)
  • Camping site ( fee is imposed)
  • Handcraft store (open when there’s an activity in the village)
  • Beach huts ( no information as to whether these huts can be rented, please check with the person in charge)
  • You can organize any activities on the beach but for that, you need to get approval from the beach committee. ( reach out to them via the number given on the FB page)

Insider tip:

While researching I came across an important point to be taken into consideration when you are planning to visit or camp on the beach. It is said that the village experiences frequent water disruptions that cause inconvenience to its visitors. 

Keep in mind to bring your own water supply enough to support you when there is a disruption. There are limited toilets available for public use, so, think about it if you are planning to stay the night. 

There are no food stalls or food courts available around the beach area. You will need to bring your own food and water supplies when you’re visiting. 

The operating hours of the beach is unclear. You can check by reaching out to the person in charge of the beach via the phone number given on their Facebook page.

There is a signpost to the beach right next to the Orang Asli village entrance. The narrow road, called Jalan Pantai, takes you through the palm oil plantation down to the beach where there is a small parking area, next to the toilets.

Swimming is not recommended. You could enjoy the scenery and calm your mind while watching the beautiful sunset. 

When you are visiting this beach don’t forget to stop by the famous Lover’s Bridge, Tanjung Sepat which is only 5 minutes away from the beach by car. If you are looking for some food recommendations, please click here

Address: Pantai Cunang, Kampung Orang Asli Tanjong Sepat, 42800, Tanjong Sepat, Selangor

Google Maps ( if you google search for this beach, it would show that the beach is permanently closed. Fret not, the beach is open!)

Photo credit: inspirock

7. Pantai Tanjung Piai, Pulau Indah, Port Klang ( Tanjung Piai Beach, Pulau Indah, Port Klang)

This beach is tucked away in the district of Port Klang. It is considered secluded and located at the furthest end of Pulau Indah, hence it might be quite a challenge to spot this one. This beach is located very near to Port Klang, Malaysia. 

This beach is said to be not as spacious as the other beaches in Selangor in this article but I am sure that you could enjoy doing the activities that you would do on any other beaches. 

I found out that the beach has fewer visitors which means you could enjoy the sound of the sea waves and watch the sunset peacefully. 

Things to do: 

  • Camping
  • Picnicking
  • Fishing
  • Collecting seashells
  • BBQ session
  • Kite flying

Some basic facilities are available for visitors to Tanjung Piai beach such as:

  • Merchandise shops
  • Parking ( free and limited space)
  • Prayer room
  • Hammock ( free)
  • Toilet/bathroom
  • Small huts are available for rent

Insider tip:

It is advisable to bring a four-wheeler drive (4WD) if you’re going to this beach because the roads are too bumpy and have potholes. You will also have to drive off-road to reach the beach parking lot.

If you are looking for rental cars, you can check out this page, they have good reviews on Google. 

During rainy days, the road gets muddy and there is a high chance for standard vehicles to get stuck in the mud. So, please plan your journey well. Some also shared that E-hailing services are not available at this beach. 

The toilet/bathroom facility will not be up to your expectations. They are made of shed roofs so, lower your expectations when you are there. 

It is unclear if the beach has food/drink shacks. Bring some along if you’re coming over. Just to be safe!

This beach is one of the beaches in Selangor where you can do paragliding activities when you’re visiting this beach. There is a site nearby the beach. I was not able to collect enough information on that so maybe you could try asking the shopkeepers on the beach to know more about it. 

Address: Pantai Tanjung Piai, 42000,Pulau Indah, Klang, Selangor

Google Maps

Picture Credit:  Central Spectrum

8. Pantai Acheh, Pulau Indah, Port Klang ( Acheh Beach, Pulau Indah, Port Klang)

Pantai Acheh is another secluded beach in Pulau Indah which is located right beside Pantai Tanjung Piai. These two beaches are literally side by side. If you’re planning to come here you will not only get to see one beach but another one!

It will take one and a half hours or more if you’re coming from Kuala Lumpur to this beach. 

Things to do: 

  • Camping
  • Picnicking
  • BBQ session
  • Fishing
  • Kite flying
  • Parasailing

There is no information on the basic facilities available at this beach.  

Insider tip:

There is a resort available at the beach. Those planning to stay the night can reach out to them via their Facebook page, Angler’s Resort. You can call to check with them about the weather before proceeding to book. 

Your plan would be ruined if you don’t check the weather before booking the resort by the beach. Who’d want to enjoy the beach view sitting in their room anyway?

To reach the beach, you need to go off-road similar to Pantai Tanjung Piai. The road to reach these beaches is covered with sand and has potholes. Try to avoid planning your trip during the rainy season. You wouldn’t want your to get stuck in the mud. 

When you are here, you could also plan to visit other places:

Address: Pantai Aceh, Pulau Indah, 42000, Klang, Selangor

Google Maps

Photo Credit: Foursquare

9. Pantai Tanjung Harapan, Northport, Port Klang ( Tanjung Harapan Beach, Northport, Port Klang)

Tanjung Harapan is located near the North Port, in Port Klang. Tanjung Harapan is close to Bandar Sultan Suleiman, Port Klang. 

The unique point of this seaside location is that it is located nearby the North Port in Port Klang. Port Klang is a major shipping hub and industrial hub of Southeast Asia. If you plan to come here, you’d get to watch the cargo ships entering and leaving. 

This beach highlights the life-sized Bugis schooner replica next to the paved walkway. Nobody is allowed to go inside this schooner as it is not open to visitors. However, you can take pictures from the outside.

The coastline is entirely composed of large rock formations. There is a grey sandy beach but not really suitable for swimming. There are too many discarded sharp objects and rubbish around the beach area.

Things to do:

  • Jogging
  • Walking
  • Fishing
  • Relaxing
  • Watching the sunset

There are no basic facilities available on the beach however you could look for what you need at the shops around the beach area.

The amazing thing about visiting this beach is that you can get some seafood while enjoying the sea view. There are many restaurants available in Tanjung Harapan for you to select from. 

It is said that people often come here to enjoy the sea breezes and a stroll along the walkway, to fish, or dine at one of the seafood restaurants there while enjoying the sea view and cargo ships.

Insider tip: 

Restaurants to try: 

Muara Ikan Bakar (Facebook Page)

Sungai Bagan Seafood Restaurant – opens at night

If you want to plan your visit to other places in Tanjung Harapan, click here

Address: Tanjung Harapan, Kawasan Perindustrian Selat Klang Utara, Port Klang

Google Maps

Picture Credit: Tripadvisor

10. Sasaran Beach,Sky Mirror, Kuala Selangor

Sasaran beach Selangor ( sky mirror) is one of the unique beaches in Selangor. This beach is Kuala Selangor located in Jeram. It is the Malaysian version of Salar de Uyuni, a popular salt flat in Bolivia. 

This is not an ordinary beach where you could plan any day and any time to visit. You can’t plan to have a BBQ session or swim! It is because this beach is only observable twice a month and appears during low tide. 

Yes, you heard that right. You can visit the beach during the full moon and new moon periods. 

During high tide, the beach will go submerge and become invisible. That is why it is open only on certain days in a month ( during low tide). 

It is named after the mirror-like reflection of the sky that creates all the unique and interesting photographs you see on the internet. Now it makes sense why it is called the mirror beach Selangor.

If you want to visit this beach you will need to book ahead on their website. You can check out their sky mirror tour packages to plan your next visit here! 

If you are looking for hotels or places to stay, please click here. You can get hotel rooms or homestays based on your preference. 

Insider tip:

You can’t drive straight to Sasaran Beach Kuala Selangor. You’d have to park in front of the jetty which will cost you around Rm 5 (USD 1.10). A boat will be assigned to you (after booking online). The boat journey will take you around 30 minutes to arrive at Sky Mirror. 

Address: Sky mirror, Jeti Pekan Lama, Jalan Sultan Mahmud, Kuala Selangor

Google Maps

Picture Credit: akmal_shukri via Instagram 

11. Pantai Bagan Nakhoda Omar, Sabak Bernam (Bagan Nakhoda Omar Beach, Sabak Bernam)

Bagan Nakhoda Omar (BNO) is located in the Sabak Bernam district close to the Selangor-Perak border. One of the famous attractions of the district is Bagan Nakhoda Omar Beach. This beach has been a chilling spot for people living in Sabak Bernam.

The specialty of this beach is you could access it through the road. It is located in such a unique way that you could enjoy the sea breeze and the view of the beach from your car while driving. 

Fishing enthusiasts frequently visit Bagan Nakhoda Omar and head to the jetty for a boat ride to the ocean of fishing haven, Kelong Paradise. Fishing and aquaculture are the main activities of the people living there. 

Things to do:

  • Fishing
  • Watching the sunset
  • Bird watching
  • Kites flying 

Some basic facilities are available for visitors to Bagan Nakhoda Omar Beach such as:

  • Car park (free)
  • Prayer room
  • Beachside food court
  • Roadside food stalls
  • Toilet

Insider tip: 

One of the special dishes that you must try when you are here is Mee Udang Banjir (flooded prawn noodles). The prawns are caught fresh from the sea and it tastes so yummy! It is located near to the beach so you don’t have to worry about searching for it. 

There are other delicious foods for you to try and enjoy while watching the beautiful beach. 

The beach is not suitable for swimming. So, please avoid swimming.

Address: Pantai Bagan Nakhoda Omar, Jalan Satu Pantai Bno, Sabak, 

Google Maps

Picture credit: nrzlkha via Instagram 

12. Pantai Tanjung Rhu, Pulau Carey, Port Klang ( Tanjung Rhu Beach, Carey Island, Port Klang)

When you hear Tanjung Rhu Beach, some would think of the beach in Langkawi. But before you get confused, this is not the same beach. This beach is one of the beaches in Selangor. There is a beach with the namesake located on Carey Island. 

Located in Port Klang the beach is quite remote and not easily visible. There are no restaurants or resorts available around the beach area for visitors. At night, the beach always lit up from the ships going to Port Klang. 

This beach is suitable for sightseeing and flora and fauna scenery. There aren’t many activities you can do on the beach. Also, you might not come across other facilities like toilet/bathroom here.

You can do fishing and dig for clams and other crustaceans on the beach. Other activities such as kite flying, beach bubbles, and so on can be done to make your experience better.  

Insider tip:

In order to get here, you will need to go through Carey island first. Once arrived, it takes you about 10-15 minutes to reach the beach. The road leading to this beach is said to be quite challenging as it’s a sandy estate road. 

Address: Jalan Pulau Carey, 42000 Pulau Carey, Selangor

Google Maps

Picture Credit: Foursquare 

13. Pantai Sungai Lang, Sabak Bernam (Sungai Lang Beach, Sabak Bernam)

Sungai Lang beach is one of the beaches in Selangor located in the Sabak Bernam district. If you’re planning to go to Bagan Nakhoda Omar(BNO) beach, you might as well want to drop by to visit this beach as well. It’s only a 15 minutes journey!

Just like BNO, this beach is also a perfect destination for sightseeing and enjoying the cold breeze while watching the sunset. 

You can do activities like fishing mainly here. Besides, you could camp if you find the beach suitable for it. Some facilities are available such as:

  • Toilet
  • Prayer room
  • Cafe 
  • Restaurants (open in the evening)
  • Parking area

Insider tip:

You’d need to walk for less than 5 minutes from the car park to the beach. Shaved pavement is built to make your walking easier. 

Address: Pantai Sungai Lang, Jalan 2 Sungai Lang, 45100 Sungai Ayer Tawar, Selangor

Google Maps

Important things to keep in mind before planning your visit to these beaches: 

  • All these beaches in Selangor are not similar to the ones in Redang, Langkawi, and others. If you are looking for some nice beaches in Selangor then you should come here to enjoy the sunset, sand, and sea breeze. 
  • So, please lower your expectations when you’re planning to visit these beaches.
  • If you are looking for beaches near Klang Valley, you can visit these beaches without having to go to another state when you are on a budget!  
  • Most of the beaches in Selangor are not suitable for swimming due to the water condition and the rock formation around the beach area.  Always check the surroundings and the tides if you’re planning to swim. 
  • Bring garbage bags with you to collect the rubbish when you are visiting. Don’t litter!
  • Check the weather before planning your trip
  • Bring enough clean water and food supply with you to the beaches that are located remotely
  • Keep your kids safe and keep an eye on them when they are near the water!

Beach essentials for a fun beach vacation:

1. When you are packing for your beach trip, make sure that you have 1 bag for dry and 1 for wet items. This will help you to separate the wet clothes full of sand and dry items. 

2. Pack some food and a good supply of clean water to avoid getting bummed by the facilities available at some of the beaches. 

3. It’s always fun to go to the beach with your friends and family as you get time to spend with your loved ones. Remember to keep in mind to protect your skin while you and your loved ones are under the sun from the UV rays. 

Here are some suggestions on the best protection items:

4. It’s important to feel comfortable when you’re on the beach to enjoy the sea breeze and sunset. You need to pay more attention to this if you’re planning a camping trip. 

Here are some suggestions on the best comfort items:

5. Go through your itinerary for each day and think about what you will need for each activity. You might have a better idea of what to prepare. 

So, here you go! Some tips/hacks that will be helping you plan your journey ahead!

FAQs on Beaches In Selangor 

Does Selangor have a beach?

Yes, there are many beaches in Selangor that we are not aware of. Many think that they need to go to another state to get to watch the sunset on a beach. This article will give you the famous beaches in Selangor such as Remis Beach, Kuala Selangor, Sasaran Beach, and others. 

Is there any beach near Kuala Lumpur?

If you are wondering if there are beaches in KL, there are no organized beaches in Kuala Lumpur, some of Malaysia’s best beaches are located away from the city. If you’re from KL, you could go to the nearest states such as Selangor, Negeri Sembilan, Malacca, and other popular beaches. 

Does Malacca have a beach?

Yes, the historic state has beautiful beaches such as Pantai Puteri & Pantai Kundur. These beaches are Malacca’s well-known ones. It has many tourist attractions that are worth visiting. Besides, the state is also well-known for its food. You can enjoy the variety of the best foods and other top sights there. 

Conclusion 

There you go, 13 beaches in Selangor perfect for everyone. If you’re in need of some beach therapy, these beaches are calling you! 

When you plan for a beach trip, please be aware that clean beaches keep our oceans healthy. Bring a trash bag with you and pick after yourself to avoid littering. Let’s do our bit to keep the beaches clean for our marine lives. 

Hope you’d feel sand-tastic!

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Women Wandering Beyond

Hello and Welcome!

Hi there. My name is Aisha Preece. Founder and owner of Women Wandering Beyond.

Learning how to adventure and explore through the world transformed my life and helped me become a happier person.

I want to help you do the same.
My female adventure travel site is dedicated to helping women travel more, step outside their comfort zone and experience wonders of the world beyond their wildest dreams!

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