Pantai Cahaya Bulan, Kota Bahru

The most famous beach at Kelantan is Pantai Cahaya Bulan. It is located about 10 km from Kota Bharu and the landing area the Japanese to attack the British on December 8, 1941. At one point, this beach named Pantai Cinta Berahi, a name said to be given by a British soldier while he was on shore at the time of World War II. At that time, the soldier is suffering because of unrequited love. Some local people are still using the old name today, although they prefer to refer to this beach as PCB. The name changed to Pantai Cahaya Bulan after Pan-Malaysian Islamic Party took over Kelantan.
Very nice sea color. However, the beach is very short because of the high tide. Too many stones here are built to defense against fierce storm.
This coast is about 1.2 kilometers. This beach is famous for its long and wide area, with beautiful sand and clear water. Ru and tree-lined palm trees add to the beauty about this beach. 
Nice place for photo shooting either it is a sunset scene or dawn.
This tower it is only opened on weekends, public holidays and school holidays. The opening hours is from 11.00am - 7.00pm.
By the Pantai Cahaya Bulan has become a popular picnic spot among local families, especially on weekends. The beach is equipped with facilities for visitors, there is a choice of hotels, chalets, camping areas, food outlets and kiosks, and public toilets.
Trip to this beach from Kota Bharu will lead visitors through a traditional Malay town. This is an important area in the state of craft for batik printing, songket weaving, and the making of the kite as well as brass.
Cleanliness: 4/5
Activities: No ready activities but you can bring your own things here such as fishing rod, kite and etc.
Recommended?: Yes


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