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Pantai Batu Laut Beach    

  5, Kampung Batu Lapan, Tanjong Sepat, Selangor
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4.2   (586)


A west coast sleeper beach in Tanjong Sepat, along the shores of the Strait of Malacca. Not too far away from Morib beach, this is a quiet beach to stop by for a relaxation.

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Tags: Picnic Beach Camping

What to Expect?

Pantai Batu Laut is a beautiful beach located in the state of Selangor, Malaysia. It is situated on the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia, along the shores of the Strait of Malacca. The location is about midway between Morib and Tanjong Sepat, so visitor in the area can do a bit of 'beach hopping'.

Some highlights about Pantai Batu Laut:

Scenic Beauty:

Pantai Batu Laut is known for its scenic beauty, featuring mostly mangrove swamps shores, clear waters, and lush swamp greenery surrounding the area. It does not offer any fine-sandy beach, but it does make up for its tranquil ambiance making it an ideal spot for relaxation and leisure.

Peaceful Atmosphere:

Unlike some of the more popular tourist destinations, Pantai Batu Laut is relatively less crowded and maintains a peaceful atmosphere. It is a great place for those seeking a serene escape from the hustle and bustle of city life.

The Landmark

There was a Batu Laut Beach landmark erected right by the shore that offers visitors a great opportunity for some instaworthy photos.


The beach offers little opportunities for water activities, though foot dipping, kite flying, picnic, camping and beach strolling are still suitable. Like other coast in the area, it might not be most ideal for swimming though. It's essential to check local conditions and safety guidelines before engaging in any water-based activities.

Sunset View:

The beach is also a great spot to catch the tranquil and calming Melaka Strait's sunset in the evening.

Fishing Village:

The area around Pantai Batu Laut is also known for being a fishing village. Visitors can experience the traditional lifestyle of the local fishing community and explore their culture and customs.

Seafood restaurants and stalls

There are several restaurants near the beach area and a nice cafe right by the beach. There also has been more food vendors setting up more stalls for snacks and drinks. Visitors can find the convenience of snacking and eating seafood by the sea, but we urge for the public to avoid littering the beautiful place and keep the place as clean as possible.


Pantai Batu Laut is accessible by road, and it's not too far from Kuala Lumpur, the capital city of Malaysia. This makes it a convenient option for a day trip or a weekend getaway for residents and tourists alike.

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 Address:   5, Kampung Batu Lapan, Tanjong Sepat, Selangor

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  Reviews 4.2   (586)
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    Bob SR

    in the last week

    A great quick pit stop if you're cycling from either Sepang or Banting. The view was great, previously there were less shops by the beach, but on my recent visit it was full with food and beverage shops. Instagram-worthy area.

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    Syahida Alfath

    a month ago

    Stop by for lunch and pray at the look-like new commercial building beside the beach. Almost all food stall are occupied but only 2-3 stalls operations. Price wise, the foods are quite pricey to a small portion of food. Toilet and pray room is well maintain. The pray room feels hot because they don't have any ceiling fan but only 1 wall fan! The building is nice built because the water feature at the center make the surrounding area feels less hot than other place.

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    David Channel

    3 months ago

    Beautiful beach air ..good place for family and kids hang around and picnic here...

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    KF Yap

    6 months ago

    Less crowded compared to Morib, hence more serene. The sands here are soft and very light in color. There's playground for children, and a food court building which have toilets as well, and free entrance vs those in Tanjong Sepat that needs to pay RM0.50 per pax.

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    ibrahim yusof

    a year ago

    New discovery. New centre for sailing but its too exposed to public entry. So the sailing boats must be protected or guarded all the time as the boats are expensive. Continuous cleanliness is a must as there are plenty of food outlets. The toilets currently not in good order so please take serious on cleaning matters. If not now, this nice shall get uglier. Cleaning is an easy job & i cannot understand why make it so difficult.

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