Cirewang Beach in Subang Regency, Indonesia
During a visit to Subang Regency, tourists should spare their time to get to Cirewang Beach (especially in the afternoon). Why is that? They can enjoy the romantic ambiance of the coast and witness stunning sunset with their families. At least, the beach becomes the perfect place for lessening after getting around Subang City! In terms of territory, it resides in Pangarengan Village and belongs to Pamanukan Sub-District. Even though it is not as crowded as other attractions, the site offers a unique nuance especially for those who love photography and relaxation.
Once arriving at Cirewang Beach (Cipta Semalam Beach), tourists might feel breezy wind right away. The waves are strong, so it is not suitable for swimming. In terms of size, it has the width of about 500 hectares and the length of the coast of about 1 km. What is more? As for the color of the sand, it is brown! Another unique feature of the beach is the presence of mangroves that grow in some parts of the coast. This explains why visitors are likely to take pictures of nature while exploring the beach.
Exploring Cirewang Beach
Unlike other beaches, visitors cannot directly get to the coastline by foot. Instead, it takes a boat to reach it so tourists should pay some fee to rent the boat to get to the beach. During the boat trip, visitors can witness majestic views of mangroves as well. Later, once arriving at the coastline, they can see breathtaking sea scenery right away! Do not forget to take pictures, though. It can be done either on the boat or on the shoreline after all.
Aside from sightseeing and photography, visitors should enjoy other fun activities in Cirewang Beach. This includes fishing! Some spots on the beach have many fishes and crabs, after all. One thing, no facilities provide the fishing rod to the tourists. Due to the reason, everyone should carry a fishing rod if they want to enjoy such activity. As for the alternative spots for fishing, they can ride the boat and enjoy fishing from there. Have no worries. The owner of the boat would provide tips and help you to get to the best spots later.
Before going home, it is better to learn more info regarding the history of the beach. According to the locals, the beach was formed naturally and it has been there for decades. It has the width of about 500 meters per square and has the length of about 1 km. Aside from being a tourist attraction; the beach also acts as a natural barrier. It helps Cirewang Village to repel the big waves of the North Sea!
- Tanjungpura Beach
- Kalapa Patimban Beach
- Plentong Beach
- Mina Misaya Guna
- Bintang Ujunggebang Sukra Village
How to Get There
The distance between Subang City and Cirewang Beach is 49.7 km. That means the trip may take around 2 hours to get to the site. Once arriving at Pamanukan Sub-District, tourists only need to head to Pangarengan Village (where the beach resides) right away. As for the route, they can take advantage of Subang Pamanukan Street.
Where to Stay
- Panorama Hotel
- Domestik Hotel
- Makaroni Hotel
- Boas Hotel
- Darma Wisata Inn
- Paris Day Hotel
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