Just 10 kilometers south of Kuantan is Sepat Beach, a stretch of over 10 kilometers of white sandy beach that is poised to develop into a major weekend destination. A popular spot among campers, the beach is set amidst traditional fishing villages.
Along the beach, you can see monkeys picking coconuts on the trees. It is common for villagers to use their monkeys to pick coconuts. Usually, monkeys are trained for weeks to help their owner with this little task.
When you reach Tanjung Sepat village, you will find that the place is serene and tranquil, a typical Malay fishing village. The houses are far between each other, separated by coconut trees and woods. Fishing boats can be seen far out in the sea and some boats tied along the beach.
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