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Kelong Paradise Waterfront
Ben van Wijnen

"Malaysia is an ideal destination for an exotic fishing holiday, whether you're hoping to reel in a barracuda or a blue marlin, a mahi-mahi or a Malaysian mahseer. Fishing the country's rivers offers as much adventure as the open sea, as much of the nation's interior is rain forest. To ensure that you are located near where the fish are biting, reserve a room at a fishing resort."

This destination is ideal for anglers. You're not on the mainland, but in a hotel at sea as on an oil platform. You are abandoned by everyone, except by sports enthusiasts like you who also enjoy fishing. The place is called "Kelong Paradise Waterfront Resort", but it's also known as "Banglo Samudra".
It's located 15 nautical miles off Sabak Bernam in the Strait of Melaka. This is the one place where anglers can fish in peace. To reach the exclusive "Kelong Paradise" you have to go to the little fishing village Bagan Nakhoda Omar. Bagan Nakhoda Omar is not known as a recreational area and it's not known as one of the tourist spots in the state of Selangor. Hopefully the information we provided, taht the recreational areas could become a tourist attraction in Malaysia and abroad.

It's approximately 20 minutes away from the town Sabak Bernam, before you reach the beach Bagan Nakhoda Omar. This is where the jetty for the Kelong Paradise Waterfront Resort is leaving. You'll be transported from Bagan Nahkoda Omar jetty to the kelong in a 10-seater boat.
Sabak Bernam is not so far away from the town of Kuala Selangor. From Kuala Lumpur you'll drive via Sungai Buloh to Kuala Selangor. In Kuala Selangor you'll drive North along the coastline, until you reach Sabak Bernam. Just a little bit further along the coast is Bagan Nakhoda Omar. The drive to Sabak Bernam take anywhere between two to two and half hours.
You can also reach Sabak Bernam via Teluk Intan. Then it's still 30 kilometers. The resort has 48 rooms and six suites. There's also a dorm. On weekdays, there's an occupancy of 50% to 60%, while on weekends and public holidays, it is fully booked. Food, drinks and tea are available. Also available karaoke/seminar/meeting room and driving/putting range for golf.

The jetty

Experience fishing in the open sea. It will surely give you unforgettable memories. Among the fish that usually get caught is grouper, catfish, stingrays, snapper, pomfret, jemuduk, gelama, senangin and others. Senangin is the most popular fish among anglers.
Some diehard angler say that the appropriate fishing time is at 2.00 am and 6.00 am, when the tide is going down. At that time it is said, that there must be very active fish for food and bait. So the anglers can catch many fish. Anglers are also advised to choose a perfect day for this jetty. On weekends and holidays, the number of anglers most people come here.
The best months to go fishing here is from March to August.

The Selangor State Government has for filled the dream of diehard anglers right in the middle of the Strait of Melaka. It promises nothing but the best in terms of catch. To build the "Kelong Paradise Waterfront Resort" did cost RM10 million. The kelong has attracted already fishing enthusiasts from all over the country, because the waters around is teemed with fish.
The Kelong Paradise Waterfront Resort is a haven for diehard anglers.

For more information, please contact the following address and telephone number:

Suite 838, Level 8, Block A,
Lobby B, Kelana Centre Point,
No. 3, Jalan SS7/19,
Kelana Jaya,
47301 Petaling Jaya,

(+6) 017 264 5315
(+6) 012 655 7280
(+6) 013 271 9481


At the Kelong



 Ben van Wijnen

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