Pantai Remis is a coastal town in Perak, Malaysia. It is situated near Sitiawan. Fishing is a major industry in this town. Being so close to the sea, it is famed for its seafood.The town was founded in the late 1940s. mine landslide filmed in 1993.
The name is probably derived from a type of Sea shell – Remis, which is a greyish shell and is easily crushed. It lies on the estuary of the Bruas River, it is believed that the once prosperous Hindu Kingdom of Gangga Negara’s Port of entry was here. The Bruas tree which is no longer found in Bruas is still growing in Pengkalan Bahru, a sleepy village 5 km from Pantai Remis.It is also the location of the coastal Tin.one more thing about pantai remis.the famous food call ‘mee kari udang lipan’.superb..
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