Malaysia is more than just shopping and amazing food. Explore Malaysia’s hidden gem, Sky Mirror, that not many know about. Here’s why you should visit!
Known as 天空之镜 in Chinese, Sky Mirror is where the sky meets the sea. LITERALLY.
What’s So Special?
No one can deny that Sky Mirror provides TONS of photo opportunities. Pictures are FREE. Just snap away!
Family pictures don’t always have to look so boring. Get creative!
Depending on your tour operators, some of them provide professional photography services while some only provide props for photo taking. Otherwise, feel free to bring along your own props!
Maybe you can bring along your favourite Pokemon.
Or you can (try to) be Superman too.
If all else fails, then just unleash your inner Naruto.
Apart from the endless photo opportunities that Sky Mirror has to offer, Sky Mirror is also home to sea clams that glitter like diamonds in the sun, coupled with the usual crabs and seashells.
Perhaps it’s the rarity of this natural phenomenon, or maybe the beautiful backdrop that make both locals and Singaporeans flock to this attraction.
Sky Mirror is only accessible during the 1st and 15th of the Lunar Month. Take note of these two dates, okay?
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Many tour operators conduct tours to Sky Mirror and they have the most up-to-date information on the dates and weather conditions.
Address: Jeti Pekan Lama, Jalan Sultan Mahmud, 45000 Kuala Selangor, Selangor, Malaysia
Rejoice because not only can you visit Sky Mirror, but you can also make a visit to one of the nearby attractions!
The Rice Bowl of Selangor
Immerse yourself in a sea of greenish yellow and a sky of blue at this picturesque paddy fields.
Stop by this breathtakingly beautiful rice field and watch as the crops lazily sway in the wind.
To catch the green fields, you should visit in March/April or September/October. But in order to view the golden fields, you should visit during end-May and November!
Address: Pls Marketing (M) Sdn. Bhd.
Lot No. 9990, Jalan Tali Air 5, Ban 2, Selangor, 45400 Sekinchan, Malaysia
Make A Wish
The Sekinchan Wishing Tree, with its tangle of red ribbons, is truly a sight to behold. People come here to write their wishes on the ribbons and throw them as high as possible.
It is believed that the higher you throw, the higher the chances of your wishes coming true. What wish would you throw up the tree?
Address: 25, Jalan Jpt, 45400 Sekinchan, Selangor, Malaysia
Now that you know the hidden gems of Malaysia, check the calendar and start packing! Malaysia is only one bridge away!