It is located about 11km from Lukut, the nearest town.Meanwhile, Sepang town is only 20km and Port Dickson town is 25km away from the jetty. The jetty is the stopover before going to the Floating Fishing Deck."
It is located about 11km from Lukut, the nearest town. Meanwhile, Sepang town is only 20km and Port Dickson town is 25km away from the jetty. The jetty is the stopover before going to the Floating Fishing Deck. This five by twenty feet jetty at the built at the mouth of the Lukut River. Other than safety features like a wooden fence going around it, the jetty also has a spacious deck and benches for the comfort of anglers. Avid anglers from near and far normally swrm the jetty during weekends to try their luck catching siakap, baung, semilang, bolos and kerapu.
Situated near a fishing village, there are food stalls nearby so anglers can enjoy the infamous dish of fresh prawn noodles. If they run out of bait, they can replenish their supplies from the jetty operator or the friendly fishermen who live in the nearby village who are always willing to spare some. For those with a penchant for netting, cast your net into the calm waters and be surprised by a luxurious haul of shrimps. There is also a privately-run shrimp farm opposite the jetty.
For a different kind of adventure, anglers can also take a boat upstream to an area where two rivers meet known as lubuk semilang for its rich reservoir of catfish. Catch your fill at this anglers delight! History lovers may also visit the tombs of Raja Busu and Panglima Hitam located close by on top of Bukit Keramat.
Last viewed - May 23, 2013