Virgin Beach Teluk Segadas, Pangkor island

Teluk Segadas beach also known as the virgin beach. It is located on south side of the island in Pulau Pangkor, Malaysia.

Most of the People don’t know much about this little beach, so it’s a bit difficult to find this place.

Segadas Beach Views

There is no road to this place directly, you have to do 20min jungle trekking to reach this beach through hills. It’s a pleasant beach where you can come with your family or friends and enjoy the beautiful sceneries and spend time together.

In the Beach bay, the water is calm and not too deep, excellent for swimming and playing. Local Malaysians knew this beach for a campsite. You can camp there and stay for 2 days while enjoying the breeze coming from the jungle and sea.IMG_E8387m

The View in the night time when you look at the stars while laying on the beach with no lights and clear clouds nearby look beautiful. It is one of the beautiful campsite and beach in Pangkor island.

There is no food and water available at the campsite or beach place. You need to bring your own food and water when you are coming to the beach. Make sure food won’t get stolen by monkeys. Even electronics won’t stop from being stolen by monkeys. They are very aggressive and smart.

Don’t expect any facilities like restaurant or toilets. You can find the small local village type toilets. You can use water from the pipes near a toilet area, water flows continuously from the pipes.

How to reach:

The beach place is a bit far away from Kuala Lumpur. Most convenient way to travel from Kuala Lumpur is by bus. The bus fares are around 27 ringgits. The Buses from Kuala Lumpur to Lumut leaves from TBS (Terminal Bersepadu Selatan). The arrival point in Lumut is at Lumut bus station just opposite to Lumut Jetty. The road journey will take around 4 hours to reach the place called Lumut jetty.

From Lumut Jetty take a ferry to Pangkor island. The ticket cost will be approximately 10-15 ringgits. The ferry will stop at two places, so make sure to get down at the second stop.

From the ferry point to reach Segadas beach, you have to take taxi or van to reach the place Teluk Gedung. The cheapest way to travel Teluk Gedung is by pink colour taxi if you are going with group or family.


Once you reach the Teluk Gedung, you will find the path to beach signboard showing “Teluk Gedung”. If you are unable to find the signboard ask the villagers to show the way, they will help you get to Segadas beach.

You don’t need any guide to go Segadas beach because the road is straightforward while trekking.

Starting from the Path Teluk Gedung going into hills leads to Segadas beach. In fact, it’s a short jungle trek around 15-20 minutes including a bit of climbing.

It’s not a difficult trek where you have to go through the lush dense forest. There is a small hill in the middle of trekking where you can climb easily before reaching the beach. Watch out for leeches while walking in dense forest sometimes they may suddenly have struck in your body sucking blood.

If you walk straight through the forest, you will reach the most awaited beautiful segadas beach.


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  1. You actually make it seem so easy with your presentation but I find this
    matter to be actually something which I think I would
    never understand. It seems too complex and very broad for me.
    I’m looking forward for your next post, I will try to get the hang of it!

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