Imagine surround yourself with vast, blue clear sea and smooth earthy sand. Haven ain’t it? This might be quite a distance to travel, but the view and experience are amazing! And it was definitely worth it to be at Teluk Batik beach or Pantai Teluk Batik.
“The whole object of travel is not to set foot on foreign land; it is at last to set foot on one’s own country as a foreign land” – G.K. Chesterton.
How to reach here ? Well, you can navigate here using Waze or GPS applications (coordinate 4.18790,100.60468). It is located almost three hours drive from Kuala Lumpur, depending on traffics and road taken. You can opt to use PLUS highway or using the old road and passes through Kuala Selangor.
[ ENJOY THE SCENERY]
Well, you are now should be amazed with the scenery like I did!!
Enjoy yourself with the deep blue sea and breezy winds. Go and try water recreational activities available like banana boat and boat cruise.
The beach is so clean. You just can’t fight the urge to go for a leisure walk along the beach coastline. You can opt for a picnic here as well. Well, having picnic with people you care, smelling the fresh ocean air feels the hot sands between your toes. Ain’t that a picture perfect?
The best part is that the amenities here are very well taken care off. The toilets are clean and they will charge you for RM1/adult and RM0.50/children per visit. Do not to worry about driving there are a lot parking spaces. There are also few stalls opens for souvenir and food/snacks.
[ PLAN YOUR STAY]
It is best if you plan your staying here as there are ample chalets and hotels near the coastline. Take the weekend off to bring you and your family or friend for a short gateway from the city hustles. Plan your staying here at agoda.com and believe me, it is so worth it!!
So why not bring you, your friends and your family along to Lumut Perak and experience first hand on this unique, exhilarating and spectacular experience and beyond. Take thousands picture and memories as you go and explore the site. Remember to bring along your camera, shades and change of clothes okay.
Have you been there? Share your trip there by leaving your comments below. Love to hear from you!