Sabak Bernam, Malaysia · 8 hotels available
12-6-A, Blok Mahsuri Jalan Peradana 1, Sekinchan Perdana, Sabak Bernam, Malaysia, 45400
7-3A-A, Blok Mahsuri Jalan Perdana 1, Sekinchan Perdana, Sabak Bernam, Malaysia, 45400
6-5-B, Blok Mahsuri Jalan Perdana 1, Sekinchan Perdana, Sabak Bernam, Malaysia, 45400
Sekinchan is a small town located in the state of Selangor. This beautiful green field of paddy that looks like a painting came to life is one of the biggest rice producing area in Malaysia. Situated about 102 km north of Kuala Lumpur and about 28 km from Kuala Selangor, Sekinchan is right in the middle of the main rice-bowl area of Selangor, in the Sabak Bernam district.
What started out first as a small fishing village is now more widely known famous, beautiful paddy fields. This beach side village is greatly blessed with fertile soils where the luxurious sea of paddy lies. Its name in Chinese “Shi Geng Zhuang” is translated directly from the phonetics of Sekinchan and is the perfect name as it carries the meaning of ‘village suitable for farming’, stating the beauty of Sekinchan with mere three words.
Since Sekinchan is just a mere village in Sabak Berman, the transportation choices to get to this destination is kind of limited. Make your Sekinchan trip either by driving or taking the bus.
There are two different ways to get to Sekinchan.
There is only one bus service provider that currently operates to Sekinchan and it is called SPT Sabak Berman. The price of the ticket is RM 9.30 and has a bus travelling every hour from 9am up till 7pm.
*please refer to SPT Sabak Bernam Kuala Lumpur for the latest price.
Escape the hustle and bustle of the busy city and unwind with some of the simpler things in life with a Sekinchan trip. With its scenic view and amazing food, Sekinchan is the ultimate gateaway.
As recommended by photographers everywhere, the beautiful sea of the paddy field in Sekinchan offers a different feeling at different times of the year. During the month of March and September, when the rice is in its transplanting period, the view of the field is a beautiful lush green.
At the harvest season which falls in the month of June and December, the paddy field has that beautiful yellow gleam, all ready for harvesting.
Way before Sekinchan was known for their luscious green field of paddy, Sekinchan was known for being a fishing village that is still active up to this very day. The village is called Bagan and today is just a stone throw away from the town. The fisherman goes out early in the morning at about 4-5am for their fishing activities and comes back only around 5pm with a whole lot of fresh sea fishes and prawns.
In Sekinchan, missing out the seafood is like missing out a big part of life. Their seafood is the jewel of that quaint town. The row of restaurants right in front of the fishing jetties is the reason why people are willing to travel from everywhere to Sekinchan simply to satisfy their fresh seafood cravings. Not only are they affordable, some of the famous seafood dishes are derived from the Teochew style of cooking.
Though the hotels in Sekinchan might not be rated 5 star, these hotels are bound to leave a lasting impression.
For a comfortable night without having to spend big bucks, Harbour View Hotel is the place to be. With three different type of rooms to suit the different preferences and a meeting room for camps and conferences, the Harbour View Hotel has everything for that simple living in Sekinchan.
The Sekinchan Santorini Villa is a 3 storey corner villa with designs that replicated the beautiful Santorini perfectly. With this villa right here in Sekinchan, why would anyone travel all the way to Greece?
This homestay is constructed with a combination of containers, and is more commonly known known with the name of “Sekinchan Container Hotel. Located just opposite the paddy field, you can now enjoy a relaxing cup of tea while enjoying the scenic view of Sekinchan.
Here are some tips to experience the greatness of Sekinchan to the fullest.