May 26, 2008 - Travel    5 Comments

Tanjung Sepat

This is one place which I don’t expect to see as an attraction all this while. Not until I saw it in a documentary on Astro. Located just right after Morib and Banting, it’s about 45 minutes drive from Klang. Tanjung Sepat is widely known as a fishing village and for its cheap seafood. However, I did not try any seafood restaurant during my trip there and so I can’t justify how cheap is “cheap”. A small and cosy town, but also with lots of places of attractions! Most of them are related to food anyway.

The very first place that I went to was this shop call “Hai Yew Hin” that makes and sells chinese buns (Pau). What’s so different about this “Pau” is they have their famous “Mui Choy Pau” vegetable pau which I really don’t know what is that in English.

There are 2 options for customers. You can either buy a freshly steamed buns to eat right away or you can just buy the ones which are not steamed yet. Tried it few days later at home and they still taste good!

The next place that I went was this atap place by the roadside

From its looks, no one knows that it’s famous for its Bah Kut Teh!!

It was very packed on the inside as well!! The best thing was, even the tourist stopped here for lunch! Bus loads of them!

Their signature dish will be seafood bah kut teh, pork soup and varieties of fish dishes.

Prices for food at Tanjung Sepat is reasonably priced. I wouldn’t say it’s very cheap but OK.

This next place that I visited was a factory. A chips factory!! The very moment you step in to the factory you’ll see packets after packets of chips!!! All ready to be transported out to the markets and shops

Inside the shop, there are approximately 20 different varieties of chips for sale! If you are a chips lover you will know where to source for them now.

Finally, the last place of visit is the mushroom farm. You could see the entire process of how they are grown and cultivated. Plus buy them at a cheapper price!

This is where the process started

and the final product of different mushroom species

Behind the mushroom farm is the beach and they’ve got a seafood restaurant with a great view.

You’ve got to visit this place for yourself. I spent almost the entire day at this place and still did not manage to go through all the exciting places. Places like dragon fruit farm, longan farm, lover’s bridge and seafood restaurants are missing for this trip. Will cover them next time. If you are interested to visit, here is how you can get to Tanjung Sepat. Take the Kesas highway heading to Klang. Exit at the Klang/Banting exit. As you go up the ramp of the exit, turn left at the traffic light to head to Banting and drive heading to Morib Beach. You will pass through Banting, Jenjarom, Morib and then Tanjung Sepat. Once you get there, you just need to make sure you print this map below and enjoy!!!


  • I wish to make a trip to this place, pls provide info.

  • Hi Winnie, you can use the map in the post to go around the area. The best way to get there will be via Kesas highway. Head towards Banting/Klang. At the Banting/Klang exit, turn left to head towards Banting. Look out for Banting and then Morib direction. You will reach Tanjung Sepat after that.

  • nice! i’m gonna make my own journal

  • hi Issac…want to make a trip there this wednesday. 23rd september..if things work out right.. Coming from johor bahru… Is there any other route other than Kesas Highway.?

  • Hi Patricia,

    Apparently, there’s another way from Port Dickson old trunk road to Tanjung Sepat from the other end. But unfortunately I’m not really sure how to use that way.

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