Morib Beach, Banting
Categories: Beaches, Nature & Parks, Outdoor Activities
Drive 30 minutes away from the city to exeperience Morib Beach, an attractive stretch of coast. Select your spot under the casuarina and palm trees, and watch small crabs scuttling across the beach at low tide (as the size of the beach increases dramatically), before disappearing into the golden sand. The waters are largely calm and suited to swimming and shallow snorkeling. Set just back from the beach you'll find an array of restaurants serving local seafood in a diverse set of dishes; many offer extensive sea views. A visit to Morib Beach represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Banting tourist route planner to plot your vacation.
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Morib Beach isn't as beautiful as the ones in the east coast for comparison but we saw a nice sunset here after picnicking at one of the gazebos. There are lots of monkeys on the trees/lane asking for... read more »
Good place the for kids to fly kites, roller blade rental @ RM10 (unlimited), play bubble and there's food stall Designated and closed dustbin are good but the dustbin yucks so I'm not going to use my... read more »
We went with family friends on Malaysia Day but the beach was too crowded. The corniche area was apparently clean. There were tents selling toys and beach related stuff. It's one time visit. Please av... read more »
Muhamad Amaluddin Salihin
Ok sceneries. Too much cars & other pollution
Nice Place with lots of activities. I love to spend times specially during afternoon. There are many fun activities for kids. The nice seating arrangement will help to take rest and spend time in front of sea
Ang Chin Ik
Hmm..... The beach is not so beautiful as expected, but still worth visiting
Paul Yii Huong Hoe
Very very windy... You could easily fly a kite here, even you may not know how to.. There are also many small eateries selling local foods.
After driving for over 1 hour to get here, it's a muddy beach with low tide. Rather unfortunate. The area is not sandy, there's a high brick wall partitioning the sea. There are local food joints here. The walking path along the beach is nice, with lots of casuarina trees. Other than that, it's a wasted journey all the way here to see the low tide.
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