The best fishing times at the kelong are late in the night when the tide is going down. The VIP room is available at RM150 per night while each bed in the dorm is rented out at RM25 per night. Food is available at RM8 per person, per meal. Tea is provided at RM5 per person. You will be transported from Bagan Nahkoda Omar jetty to the kelong in a 10-seater boat. The resort has 48 rooms and six suites. On weekdays, it enjoys a 50 to 60 per cent occupancy, while on weekends and public holidays, it is fully booked.
Visit Malaysia - Kelong Paradise, Selangor
Sitting 15 nautical miles off Sabak Bernam and commonly referred to as Kelong Paradise or Banglo Samudra, this is the one place where anglers can fish in peace. The Selangor State Government has created a haven for diehard anglers right in the middle of the sea that promises nothing but the best in terms of catch. Built at a cost of RM10 million, the kelong has been attracting fishing enthusiasts from all over the country because the waters around it teem with jenahak, tenggiri, kurau, stingray, senangin and gelama, among others. Senangin is the most popular fish among anglers and the best months to land this fish is from March through to August.
How To Get There
Sabak Bernam, which is 30km from Teluk Intan, is accessible through the coastal road. The best way to get there is to exit the North-South Expressway at Sungai Buloh and head towards Kuala Selangor. The drive to Sabak Bernam can take anywhere between two-and-a-half to four hours as road works are being carried out along the coastal road. The kelong is a 30-minute drive and 15-minute boat ride from the resort, which is in the heart of Sabak Bernam.