Sekinchan's first ever Water Park, offering splashing and cooling fun for all ages. If you are a family with kids visiting Sekinchan, be sure to consider this a stop to cool down your trip with outdoor pools and indoor playgrounds to keep children engaged.
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.
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.
A family friendly beach in Alor Gajah District, Melaka. The beach is sandy and relatively well-maintained. There are a number of eateries conveniently by the beach, and public amenities like washroom are available.
This quiet, pristine beach with white sand the texture of raw sugar is one of the prettier spots on Penang for the few who make the effort to get here. The beach is backed by a National Service Training Centre for young graduates entering the army.
As pellucid as the blue sky above, Tanjung Rhu beach has crystal clear and clean water with powdered sand that runs along its coastline. A corridor of dense trees marks the path to the beach and proves to be an interesting gateway to the shores.
Hugging the southwestern coastline of Langkawi, Pantai Cenang is the most popular beach on this Malaysian paradise island, and it’s not hard to realise why: White Sands, Swaying Palms, and the Andaman Sea
A well maintained public beach close to the towns of Lumut, with amenities like public bathroom, toilet facilities and food stalls. An attractive landscape environment with a unique Malay concept. There are banana boat and lounge chairs available for rental.
Situated just around the southern road bend of Pantai Cenang, Pantai Tengah is a basically a continuation of Pantai Cenang. It is where you can get all the kicks of Pantai Cenang, without having to mingle with the crowd of tourists.
Desaru beach is clean, lined with casuarina trees and stretch 17km long. Many returning visitors agree that its white sandy beach is a sight to behold and is hailed as one of the best beaches in Johor coast.
A quieter alternative to the popular Desaru Beach, Batu Layar Beach (Sail Rock) is a nice sandy and clean beach. The key landmark here is the sail rock by the beach that gives its name, which is a submerged reef with a huge staghorn coral field.
One of the largest and most popular beach in Port Dickson - with sandy beaches, a wide variety of water activities, and ample of amenities and food stalls around the beach. It is where most hotels, resorts and family apartments are concentrated.