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Bagan Lalang, Malaysia
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OYO 43954 Hotel Casa Reo
OYO 43954 Hotel Casa Reo
6.8 Good
No. 39A, Tingkat 1, Jalan Seri Bayu 12, Bagan Lalang, Malaysia
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1.2 km from city centre, Bagan Lalang 
GoodBased on 134 reviews
6.8

Located in Bagan Lalang, OYO 43954 Hotel Casa Reo offers 2-star accommodation and free Wi-Fi, a playground and a swimming pool. It also features luggage storage, room service and a 24-hour reception.

Seri Bayu Resort Hotel
Seri Bayu Resort Hotel
6.9 Good
PT 3076 Lot 4756 Jalan Persiaran Sri Bayu, Bagan Lalang, Bagan Lalang, Malaysia
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0.7 km from city centre, Bagan Lalang 
GoodBased on 611 reviews
6.9

Capital O 623 Seri Bayu Resort Hotel provides a comfortable setting when in Tanjong Sepat. It offers 3-star accommodation with air-conditioned rooms.

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Cheapest month:May
Most expensive month:October
Average price in Bagan Lalang:€61/night
Cheapest price found:€11/night
Cheapest day:Thursday
Most expensive day:Friday
€30 - €122
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.
€28 - €71
Average price per night / 3-star hotel. Prices are not fixed and may vary with time.

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About Bagan Lalang

Lined with resorts and seafood restaurants, Bagan Lalang is a beachside neighbourhood where the Sepang River meets the Straits of Malacca. It’s famed for its overwater bungalows designed in the shape of a palm tree and its accessibility to the Kuala Lumpur International Airport.

Things to do

From walks along the foreshore to volleyball on the sand, Bagan Lalang is a popular destination for locals to come and relax by the seaside. Its shallow waters are safe for swimming, and it’s backed by a line of trees where you can catch some shade and set up a picnic.

Daily boat tours depart to explore the mangrove forests that line the Sepang River, with migratory birds and otters spotted here. If you want to explore this picturesque waterway on your own, you can also rent kayaks and traditional wooden boats.

Facing west, Bagan Lalang is treated to magnificent sunsets, with its restaurants along the foreshore providing a great place to soak up the views. Here you can feast on locally caught fish, calamari and crabs or sample authentic Malaysian dishes and snacks at the array of market stalls that open once the sun goes down.

Just to the south of the Sepang River, Bagan Lalang also makes a good base for exploring nearby Port Dickson that stretches along the coast. For something different, check out the artwork at the Alive 3D Art Gallery, learn about the country’s war history at the Military Museum and get up close to big birds at the Ostrich Farm.

Getting around

Bagan Lalang is around a 45-minute drive from Kuala Lumpur International Airport, serving as the main gateway to Malaysia. The well-maintained pedestrian pathways in Bagan Lalang make it a pleasant area to explore on foot, or you can hire a motorbike to head further afield.

Bagan Lalang travel FAQs

Lined with resorts and seafood restaurants, Bagan Lalang is a beachside neighbourhood where the Sepang River meets the Straits of Malacca. It’s famed for its overwater bungalows designed in the shape of a palm tree and its accessibility to the Kuala Lumpur International Airport.

Things to do in Bagan Lalang

From walks along the foreshore to volleyball on the sand, Bagan Lalang is a popular destination for locals to come and relax by the seaside. Its shallow waters are safe for swimming, and it’s backed by a line of trees where you can catch some shade and set up a picnic.

Daily boat tours depart to explore the mangrove forests that line the Sepang River, with migratory birds and otters spotted here. If you want to explore this picturesque waterway on your own, you can also rent kayaks and traditional wooden boats.

Facing west, Bagan Lalang is treated to magnificent sunsets, with its restaurants along the foreshore providing a great place to soak up the views. Here you can feast on locally caught fish, calamari and crabs or sample authentic Malaysian dishes and snacks at the array of market stalls that open once the sun goes down.

Just to the south of the Sepang River, Bagan Lalang also makes a good base for exploring nearby Port Dickson that stretches along the coast. For something different, check out the artwork at the Alive 3D Art Gallery, learn about the country’s war history at the Military Museum and get up close to big birds at the Ostrich Farm.

Getting around Bagan Lalang

Bagan Lalang is around a 45-minute drive from Kuala Lumpur International Airport, serving as the main gateway to Malaysia. The well-maintained pedestrian pathways in Bagan Lalang make it a pleasant area to explore on foot, or you can hire a motorbike to head further afield.

  • What are the best hotels in Bagan Lalang?

    35, Jalan Seri Bayu 18 is a very popular hotel in Bagan Lalang, with a score of 8.6 from 57 reviews. Bagan Lalang Homestay Sepang (8.1 from 32 reviews) and Laman Villa Port Dickson (8.6 from 16 reviews) are also highly rated Bagan Lalang hotels based on recent feedback from HotelsCombined users.