Kemasik Beach, Terengganu

2011-10-20

Kemasik Beach is one of the beaches in Terengganu, Malaysia. It is a beautiful beach. If you happen to drive along the coastal roads of Terengganu, do drop by and visit the beach.

Kemasik Beach is popular among the locals. The locals like to go to the beach in the evening and during the weekends.

The sea water in Kemasik Beach is clean and clear while the sand is soft. It is a good place to take a stroll and enjoy the gentle sea breeze. The rock formations there are unique and spectacular. You can climb the large rocks on the beach and enjoy the view of the sea and beach from there. Besides that, there is a fishing village which is located at the river mouth of Kemasik River.

Don’t worry about getting hungry or thirsty. There are a few stalls selling local food and drinks. Keropok Lekor is one of the most popular snacks around here. It is made from fish meat that is mashed into paste. Keropok Lekor is usually taken when it’s hot. Some people prefer to dip it in chili sauce.

If you are driving from Kuantan, head north towards Kemaman. After reaching Kemaman, go further until you reach Kijal town. Kemasik Beach is located about 10 kilometres north of Kijal town. Just follow the “Pantai Kemasik” signboard and you will not miss the beach.

Kemasik Beach is a peaceful beach with beautiful scenery. It is definitely a great place to relax!

written by funfun on 2011-10-20 #places #sea #relax #location #scenic #beach #terengganu #kemasik #escape-from-the-city

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