Named after its mirror-like reflection of the sky, the Skymirror r
was once one of Kuala Selangor’s best-kept secret, a spot that was only known to the locals of the fishing village. This mysterious ‘island’ only emerges for a few days every month, and only for a few hours each day.
The Sky Mirror is actually a seabed that appears above water during low tide, exposing an expansive sand flat that’s approximately the size of a hundred football fields! You’ll get to indulge in unparalleled views of the sky and sea during these precious moments of low tide.
Besides looking up while you’re there, don’t forget to also look down at your feet and you’ll likely catch sight of marine life scattered abundantly in the sand – from tiny crabs to baby clams, sea grapes, seas anemones, to a variety of beautiful shells.