Teluk Keke

Teluk Keke, Pulau Perhentian Besar: Address, Teluk Keke Reviews: 4.5/5

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KK.Beach is the southwestern side of Perhentian Besar. There are several beautiful coral gardens in front of here, so you can enjoy snorkeling here all day. The useful information for here is being able to get here without boat. The way to here is simple. You can get here with walking along the beach from Big Beach (in front of Tuna Bay) to south.
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ThomFu
Malaysia87 contributions
Jul 2020
It will be best to visit Teluk Keke during the high tide. The corals here are pretty and there are lots to see, but beware of the sea urchins! One thing that needs to be improved is to provide public bins for people to throw their trash. There's just so much trash in this hidden spot away from the beach, with no proper bins to collect them. It is such a shame to see all those trash because Teluk Keke is beautiful, and it should remain so for future visitors to this paradise.
Written 11 August 2020
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Big Asian Choice
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia230 contributions
Sep 2019
Teluk Keke was supposed to be the more isolated beach, but there was an event going on during my visit, and the northern part of the beach was filled with people and boats. This part of the beach had camping grounds and shade from large trees as well. Avoiding the crowd, I walked to the south of the bay, beyond the boulders outcrop, where surprisingly not many people was there. The surface of those boulders was quite smooth, they must have withstand quite a lot of weathering. The beach to the south was narrower with thick vegetation inland, and was quite a quiet place with enough private beach space for everybody there. This was a beautiful isolated beach with green vegetation, fine sand and clear water.
Written 18 September 2019
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Angad Singh
Hong Kong, China386 contributions
Jun 2019 • Family
Nice place for snorkeling. This place was included in our snorkelling tour. Was pretty nice and must go.
Written 25 June 2019
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OnAir828415
5 contributions
Aug 2018 • Friends
their beach is nice and good for photo shooting it is a place must come . dont wait for next trip. ask tour guide to bring you
Written 24 October 2018
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Iliana D
Turin, Italy139 contributions
Aug 2018 • Family
Saw it from the sea only. Went there twice for snorkelling and have to admit this spot is amazing indeed! Saw a turtle and a very rare red anemone. It is full of small fish that form a circles around you while swimming.
Written 24 August 2018
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Champagne&Wine&Me
254 contributions
Jul 2018 • Family
It was a stop between our snorkelling trip in the afternoon... And simply love it.

White soft sand , crystal blue water , sunny day ... A slice of paradise!

Don't miss to visit this place when you're staying in Perhentian island.

Written 10 July 2018
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Mellytemtem
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia3 contributions
May 2018
Walked along the beach from New Cocohut to Teluk Keke and we had the beach almost to ourselves (you must walk past the campsite to get there). There were plenty of corals and fishes to see but sadly we also saw some plastics and beer cans on the sea bed.
Written 4 May 2018
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JayJamil
Putrajaya, Malaysia48 contributions
Mar 2018 • Solo
I went there twice, via jungle route from the Flora Bay since paying RM30 for water taxis is a bit too much for solo traveller like me. The water is clearer, more calm and shallow which is perfect for beginners. If you happen to stay in Tuna Bay, just walk towards this point - a great convenience for those who come without any snorkelling package. The camping site however needs more awareness for visitors to keep this place clean. Would recommend this site for your 1st snorkelling experience in Perhentian.
Written 26 March 2018
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ammartambawala
Mumbai, India57 contributions
Oct 2017 • Couples
Great location for snorkeling - lots of stuff to see very close to the shore. While this is a stop on the snorkeling tours, came here again - potentially the best place on Besar for snorkeling.
Written 5 March 2018
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BrisbaneTraveldoctor
Brisbane, Australia354 contributions
Sep 2017 • Family
Teluk Keke was the 1st stop on our 1/2 day snorkelling trip (organised through the Barat resort). It was a great place to start, with one of our party still building confidence in the water.

Very scenic, sheltered bay with lots of different corals & a variety of fish (clown fish, parrot fish, needle fish). Great visibility when we visited.

Verdict- a good place to start your Perhentian Besar snorkelling trip.
Written 9 October 2017
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