Someone visiting Desaru on the weekend is going to have handfuls of things to do. The nature-based activities are the main draw for tourists.
The coastline that stretches over 6 kilometres is the town’s jewel. The white beach sand, in contrast with the blue waters of the South China Sea, is a picture-perfect vista indeed. You could while away on the beach enjoying the fresh sea air.
This is another aspect of the town’s tourist sphere. There are many seafood restaurants dotting the town of Desaru. You can enjoy a range of seafood at a Desaru resort. If you want some romantic dining by the sea, you might want to consider the likes of Anantara Desaru Coast Resort & Villas.
The Desaru Ostrich Farm
Largest of its kind in Malaysia, the ostrich farm is home to about 100 ostriches. There’s a guide who will guide you through and furnish you with a few interesting facts.
The crocodile farm
This is unlike seeing crocodiles at a zoo, here in Desaru, you can get up close with the carnivores and take pictures – as much as it is fun, a note of caution is advised.
Intrigued by history, art and food, Lavinia Woolf is a writer who is passionate about the extraordinary and writes of the exhilarating and enchanting. Google+