Sematan Palm Beach Resort Sdn Bhd

Just one-and-a-half hours drive (120 km) from Kuching, Sematan Palm Beach Resort is the perfect destination for a short and adventurous holiday.

Surrounded by a peaceful, rich, natural environment. Once you’ve set foot on the resort, you’ll know it’s time to relax and put your worries behind.

New! Come and experience our new infinity pool with uninterrupted view of the South China Sea.

Sematan Palm Beach Resort Sdn Bhd

Address: Lot 295, Kpg Sungai Kilong, Jalan Seacom , 94100 Sematan, Sarawak , Malaysia .
Tel : 6082-712 388, 6082-711808
Fax : 6082-711788
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Facilities and Attraction

Facilities and Attraction

Kayak, Snorkeling and Diving

Cheer your little on with playground or fly a kite at the beach. Rent a kayak and challenge yourself paddling on the waves of the South China Sea.Better yet, go snorkeling at the Talang-Talang Island.


A great spot for diving enthusiasts, visitors can make arrangements a day ahead for diving trips organized by the resort. Here’s a chance to be at awe by the beautiful marine life that lies under the surface.


The resort also offers diving lessons from their PADI- certified dive instructors. All this can be arranged at the resort and will be carried out if weather permits.

Cyclist Paradise


Visitors who prefer in-land adventures can rent a bicycle and venture out to the local attractions. Sebat Waterfall is just a half-hour bicycle ride from the resort. Along the way, enjoy the beautiful village scenery of paddy fields and pepper farms. Stop by the watermelon farm nearby and quench your thirst with this juicy fruit while you’re there.


There are plenty of activities to keep you occupied during your stay at the resort. Other than simply swim and sunbathe by the beach, be a little adventurous when you’re there.


While in Sematan, don’t miss the jelly- fish factory. However, the factory only welcomes visitors during the jellyfish season in the months of April and May. This is where one can witness how freshly caught jellyfish are processed for the market.


For a taste of local culture, make a visit to the Selakau Longhouse nearby or perhaps take a look at the oldest Chinese wooden shop in Sematan that dates back to about 150 years old. Inquire the resort staff for more information on the village and its people here.


Nature lovers can hike at the nearby Gunung Gading National Park. If you’re lucky, you’ll be able to see the world’s largest flower, Rafflesia, bloom in its glory. Alternatively, hop on a boat to Tanjung Datu National Park to discover the untouched flora and fauna of the Sarawak rainforest.


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