The island is also a cornucopia of marine life. Every now and then you will come across the sea and baby clams peppered across the shore. These clams glow and emit a blue light after the sun goes down and glitter like diamonds during the day. The shore and the beach also sustain an abundance of sea anemones, shore crabs, red crabs, bamboo clams, snails and a motley of colourful shells.
Sasaran can be visited through a tour company, Sky Mirror Tours & Travels, that is recognised by Selangor's Tourism Department and registered with the Federal Tourism Ministry. They offer two types of packages – a half day and a full day trip. Starting in the morning, the tour begins anytime between 8am and 10am, and you return to your hotel between 12pm and 2pm. Both packages include a trip to the nearby Pulau Angsa and its neighbouring sights.
An hour away from Kuala Lumpur, or 40 minutes away from Sekinchan.
The nearest airport lies in Kuala Lumpur in the Sepang district of Malaysia.
The tour starts from the subdistrict of Jeram, Kuala Selangor. One can reach Jeram via taxi from Kuala Lumpur, that is 86.11km and approximately 70 minutes away.
While there are no hotels to stay on or near the beach, accommodation at home stays can be arranged nearby, by the tour company, costing around MYR 350 per night.