Batu Buruk Beach is a well known beach and located near Kuala Terengganu City. It’s make an easy to reach by visitors. Lines with casuarina trees and wind blowing from China South Sea makes Batu Buruk beach as a popular spot.
Pantai Batu Buruk sudah begitu popular sejak sekian lama, kedudukannya tidak jauh dari bandar Kuala Terengganu menjadikan ianya mudah untuk di kunjungi oleh para pelancong. Dengan deretan pohon-pohon rhu dan tiupan sejuk segar angin Laut China Selatan menjadikan pantai ini sebagai lokasi pilihan untuk beristirehat ataupun berkelah.
Pantai Kemasik or Kemasik Beach is a wonderful place to visit if you travel to Terengganu, in the West Coast of Penisular Malaysia. It is located about 10 km from the town of Kijal, off the main road from Kuantan to Kuala Terengganu. View of the beach with rocks and river estuary is irresistible for photography enthusiasts.
Kemasik beach derived its name from the Sungai (River) Kemasik, Kemasik estuary which extends to the beach located in the South China Sea. Beach of golden sand, sea breezes and ocean roar gives peace to the visitors.
Sungai Kemasik estuary is also the place of fishing boats to lands; a unique and colorful draws a beautiful scenery. Fishermen would raise sea catches and sold to people who come here.
Pantai Kelanang or Kelanang Beach is a series of beaches along a 3km coastal strip in Banting, Selangor in Penisular of Malaysia. Its begins from a Malay village reservation and ends about 2km before Pantai Morib.
Peaceful and tranquil with much of its surroundings intact, the beaches of Pantai Kelanang are lined with large pockets of mangrove trees that interrupt stretches of the shoreline. A small and narrow road that leads through coastal forest winds along the beach stretch, with partial stone embankments in place to protect against erosion. Hidden away by dense vegetation, there are far less visitors invading Pantai Kelanang, but also less facilities. Still, the inherent quietness is surely a beauty missing from more popular beaches.