The main beach attraction in Melaka shore, Pantai Klebang offers families and beach goers with a great spot for beach picnics, kite flying, with the convenience of food trucks and eateries, famous for their coconut shakes.
What to Expect?
Located 15 minutes from Melaka city, at the end of the Klebang peninsula, these hills of sand are the result of land reclamation activities from a decade ago. Due to stability issues, beach front developments were abandoned, leaving many piles of sand 10m to 20m high, sitting idle on a land of emptiness.
The man-made Klebang Dunes are also popular for bridal portraits and continue to draw photography enthusiasts (professional and amateur) to experiment on its blank canvas for dramatic photoshoots against the perfect backdrop of blue skies and white dunes.
Climbing the dunes is a not-to-be-missed experience as you will slide down a little with each step up, as the soft sand shifts under your feet.
Expect to work a little bit harder to cover the same amount of ground. That said, the sand is not as fine as the volcanic ash of Mount Bromo in Indonesia, and is manageable for beginners and less-experienced hikers.
Most people will adjust to the slide, finding the effort totally worth it for the views and that ‘top-of-the-hill’ feeling.
Fairoul Iszma Aikala month ago
Beautiful sunset and good places to healing and enjoy the view. Eventho there are many types of food that the local sell, but the price is too expensive for our local people. They even rent chair for RM5 and inflatable chair for RM20. Hope the local can reduce more the prices for attract more local tourist.
E-g Romaizi2 months ago
Traffic was bad on the side road of the beach during the weekend. They should make the road one way because there was a night market vendor alongside the road cause the road became narrow.
Titra Sani2 months ago
trying to find a beautiful beach in melaka, only in klebang, white sand but a little dirty sea water.. trying to wait for the sunset, but the place is not so perfect for sunset
Yvonne T3 months ago
Had a quiet and peaceful afternoon at the beach. The smell from the sea wasn't pleasant, and like what others have mentioned, there is construction around which ruined the atmosphere
نور Azhar زين العارفينa year ago
Do Not Expect to come here for swimming or water activities. This area is mainly for leisure strolling, picnicking and siesta with variety of souvenirs and snacks sold along the roadside.
Good clean place. Take a stroll along the beach or take a shade under rows of trees for leisure time with family. Quite windy. Modest sea view overlooking the strait of Malacca. Not suitable for swimming or water activities though. For foreigners, advisable to wear hat and put on sunscreen lotion, unless you purposely want to get tanned.
Food & Beverages : There are many stalls on the roadside selling variety of delicious snack (churros, coconut & manggo shake, takoyaki, popia, keropok lekor, chesnut, corndog, etc). Some sell heavy meals for lunch as well. Most of the stalls accept ePayment via QR code scan.
Amenities : Have ample free parking in the vicinity. Prayer room for moslems and public toilet are located in small building next to parking area.
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