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Tanjung Sepat village is located about 10 km from Kuantan and is located on the way south to the royal town of Pekan. From Kuantan it is accessible via the road (bridge) at Tanjung Lumpur to Cheruk Paloh, and is an alternative way to the royal town of Pekan.
When reaching Tanjung Sepat Village, you’ll find that the place is serene and tranquil, a typical Malay fishing village. The houses there are far in between, separated by woods and swaying coconut trees. You can see domestic cows, herds of goats and sheep grazing all along the way.
The beach stretches for miles and you can see the waves of the South China Sea incessantly pounding the coast. Fishing boats can be seen far out in the sea, and there are some boats tied together at the beach.
Unlike beaches which slope to the sea for a few meters and then suddenly drop deep, the beach at Pantai Sepat seems to slope very gradually to the sea, and perhaps would be ideal for children to splash and swim as it poses no danger of a sudden fall in the water gradient.
However, structure of beaches are continuously changed by the waves and stormy seas, and since Sepat Beach faces directly the full might of the South China Sea, there is always the danger that strong waves might sweep fun-seekers off their feet.