Get ready for an extraordinary experience at the wonderful Sasaran Beach and enjoy your time snapping away with the spectacular mirror-like reflection.
Sky Mirror, known to many as the Salar de Uyuni of Malaysia, replicates the visual experience of the world’s largest salt flat in southwest Bolivia. This natural phenomenon, only recently discovered by locals, will leave you speechless... and probably photos to leave others feeling that way too. We will begin the tour by departing the jetty accompanied by your experienced guide, towards the Sky Mirror.
Located at precisely 1.74 nautical miles off the coast of the fishing village of Jeram in Selangor, the disappearing island is known as Sasaran Beach where she can be found is only accessible by a half an hour boat ride out into the middle of the Straits of Malacca Sea. Boat time varies depending on sea conditions but the maximum you should expect is about 40 minutes.
The wonderful Sasaran Beach is also the habitat of some marine agriculture. Watch your steps as you move around to find the perfect angle for your epic photo opportunities as there are sea and baby clams that are scattered abundantly across the sand and may hurt your feet if you were to stumble upon them. These little creatures hidden in the sand are a sight on their own as they appear to glitter in the sunlight. You will also be able to discover other interesting marine organisms such as shore crabs, soldier crabs, red crabs, bamboo clams, sea grapes, sea anemones, sea snails, sea grapes amongst many others.
After we depart from this beach, you will have the opportunity to have a snack and tour around Pulau Angsa, now an abandoned resort project. Despite this, many fishermen still enjoy their time here as it provides to be a good fishing spot.