Also known as Palm Beach, Teluk Cempedak is a recreational beach in Kuantan that is relatively well maintained. The white sandy beach and casuarinas and pine trees line the coast, with some rocky promontories facing the South China Sea.
What to Expect?
Along the beach you can find the famous Hyatt resort, with many eateries - both local and food chain stores in the coast line. Visitors would find various recreational activities to do here, from flying kite, to beach strolling and swimming.
Go for swim, take to the sails, surf the waves or just while away the hours on the promenade with a purpose built local food court, an international fast food outlet and 5 star resort hotel in the vicinity. Teluk Chempedak is a complete beach getaway that can get rather busy on weekends as it is the most popular amongst local. If you like company, then this place is for you.
Preethi Kannan2 weeks ago
Loved this beach - there are some food options available (Starbucks, mcd, and some more). Ample parking available. There is a boardwalk, shady too, we enjoyed the views from here. It can get quite hot during the day and there weren’t much people on the beach itself - could get crowded in the evenings. There are a lot of monkeys, a lot of them, but they keep to themselves and bother you only if you have food. Overall very good not to be missed if you are in the area.
Suziana Busria month ago
The beach was nice and clean. I love the walkway by the beach. Plus point they do have a lot of food joint and fast food restaurants as well.
Ayu Dianaa month ago
One of the best beach to relax in Kuantan. Clean, safe and windy. Lots of seating places. But beware of the wild monkeys. They might took your foods.
CSH Chiaa month ago
If you are looking for crystal clear water and white sandy beach, you will be dissappointed. but the beach is quite clean( at least at the path while i took a short stroll). Nice to have a short walk to take photos and admire the seaside sceneries.BEWARE of the macaques wandering at the car parks, so it's adviseable not to hold food in you hand, or stay away when you are eating. These naughty macaques would climb on top of your car or even windows asking for food. They are a bunch of macaques spoilt by some tourists.
H Ra month ago
A beautiful and cozy beach with ample facilities. Paid car parks are available ranging between RM2-2.50 per entry.
There are several fast food chains available at the beach with outdoor seating. Good Seaview from those restaurant. There are also food court available with the surrounding merchandise stalls
Well maintained beach and remain popular attraction among the local and the visitors. Beware of the monkeys scurrying around the place.
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