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Island and Beaches

Bagan Lalang Beach

Bagan Lalang Beach is poised to be a major tourist spot in sepang given the fact that it is close to the site of the country's new Kuala Lumpur international airport, sepang. Experience the quiet and tranquil surrounding of this beach with friends and family members. A budget hotel and several chalets are available to visitors who wish to stay here. This beach is well-known for its ikan bakar or barbecued fish. Restaurants serving various fish and other seafood dishes are open till late night to cater for the ever-increasing number of tourists and visitors. Operating hours: open daily Pejabat Daerah Sepang, Bangunan Tun Aziz, 43900 Salak Tinggi, Sepang, Selangor. Tel : 03-846 1211 Fax : 03-846 1731

Bagan Nakhoda Omar Beach

This secluded beach in Sabak Bernam district, accessible via a tarred road that runs through several traditional villages. It is an idyllic combination of sun, sand and sea for a quiet gateway. There are several hawker stalls for visitors to enjoy their meals amidst the refreshing sea breeze. Operating hours : Open daily. Pejabat Daerah Sabak Bernam, 45300 Sungai Besar, Sabak Bernam, Selangor. Tel : 03-884 1963 Fax : 03-884 2178

Morib Beach

Located in the kuala langat district, Morib Beach is better known as a weekend seaside retreat. Morib's lack of commercial appeal is perhaps its strongest lure for retreats in search of peace and tranquillity. Visitors would find Morib's sunset display dramatic, its lack of crowd gratifying and fresh sea breeze invigorating. There is a pleasant Sri Morib Hotel with an excellent golf course to cater the needs of visitors and golfers. Hotel Sri Morib, Jalan Banting-Sepang, 40000 Morib, Selangor Tel : 03-858 1732 Fax : 03-858 1125

Carey Island

Located just off the mainland,Carey Island in the kuala langat districtis well known for its orang aslior aborigines community called the mah meri.this tribe is concentrated at sungai bumbun andis famed for its wood carvings.the mah meri craftsmen find subjects for their artisticexpression through the ancestral spirits they worship.apart from producing sculptures, the mah meri also performtheir unique traditional dances and music during special occasions. For further information, contact : Jabatan Hal Ehwal Orang Asli Selangor, Tingkat 3, Bangunan Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah, 40000 Shah Alam, Selangor Tel : 03-559 0375 Fax : 03-550 9828

Pulau Ketam

Pulau Ketam (island of crabs) is the small island located off the south-western coast of malaysia in the straits of Melaka. The island is easily accessible from the port klang jetty by a ferry which operates on an hourly basis. Pulau Ketam is strategically situated in a stop-over point for fisherman en-route to the rich fishing grounds beyond. It is now prospering fishing village with a bustling harbour that is frequented by scores of floating vehicles, ranging from wobby to clonking fishing boats and tongkangs. Operating hours: trips to Pulau Ketam are available daily. For further information, contact : River View Fishing Tours & Resort Sdn. Bhd. No. 7, Sungai Lima, 42940 Pulau Ketam, Klang, Selangor. Tel : 03-333 0813 H/P : 010-331 4465 Fax : 03-331 4713

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