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Eling's Homestay Bright, Warm & Nordic Style

ELING'S HOMESTAY- Family & Kids Friendly Eling's Homestay is the perfect place for a staycation while exploring the splendid of Sekinchan.

$88 per night
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Sekinchan Cozy Home

Cozy Homestay in Sekinchan. Free to use the condominium's facilities such as swimming pool, playground, badminton hall, gym room, covered parking lot and etc. My place is strategical and loated in center of Sekinchan town, 5 mins drive to Pantai Redang Beach. Besides, there are a lot of famous local seafood restaurants. Android is provided..Paddy field view from master bedroom.

$64 per night
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Shilouqihao拾楼柒号 Bright, Cozy W/ Paddy Fields View

shilouqihao - welcome to my home! 拾楼柒号 - 欢迎你来做客。 Our spacious and cosy homestay at Sekinchan One Residence is the ideal place to leisure and relax while exploring the amazing area of Sekinchan. Sekinchan One Residence located in the centre of Sekinchan is a condominium with the panoramic view of the coastal town that is well-known for seafood and paddy fields, most of the attraction and restaurant are within 1KM distance.

$86 per night

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Sekinchan 6Room 22 paxs with Private Swimming Pool
$350 per night
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The terrace faces the ocean. The view is spectacular. Sunset, rice paddies, seafood
$79 per night
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Sekinchan Leisure Village Homestay 适耕庄闲情乡居
$67 per night
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Seaview Condo Homestay Sekinchan
$86 per night
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Sekinchan 5Rooms 13paxs Luxury Homestay
$174 per night
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Sekinchan 2008 Home:Karaoke/BBQ
$127 per night
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Kaitamachi Homestay Sekinchan 海田町民宿 3R2B 8pax Max
$48 per night
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Simple Love Sea House 2.L10 Sea View 向海民宿
$88 per night
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Villa Chee Deluxe Room
$61 per night
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Homestay - paddy field environment
$66 per night
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Sekinchan 2046 Semi-D 4R3B (18pax) Homestay~ @WiFi
$138 per night
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Sekinchan Bagan Homestay 适耕庄海角民宿012-2129463
$76 per night

Your guide to Sekinchan

All About Sekinchan

Located on peninsular Malaysia’s west coast, about 90 minutes north of Kuala Lumpur, Sekinchan is a small fishing village whose name translates as “suitable for planting,” heralding its reputation as one of the leading rice producers in the country. In town, you’ll find a temple whose tower offers panoramic views of the rice fields, as well as playfully nostalgic spots such as a cafe made from an old school bus and a bakery doubling as a mini vintage museum.

Sekinchan’s roots as a fishing community make it an attractive trip for food lovers looking to dine on fresh seafood dishes such as ji mei lala omelette, oyster pancakes served with chile sauce. The town is also known as the setting for two popular drama series in China and Hong Kong. Travelers looking for a laid-back vibe outside the city limits will appreciate walking alongside its lush paddy fields and taking in stellar views of the sunset on its sandy beaches.


How do I get around Sekinchan?

Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KUL), located to the south of the capital city, is less than a two-hour drive from Sekinchan. The easiest way to get around this part of the Malaysian coast is by car, or you can take a bus from Kuala Lumpur to Sekinchan, which will add an extra hour or more onto your ride. Ride-hailing apps tend to be unreliable here, and taxis are not plentiful, so many travelers opt to rent a motorbike while staying in town. You’ll also find plenty of places to rent a bicycle, which is another pleasant way to take in the area.


When is the best time to stay in a vacation rental in Sekinchan?

Sekinchan has a hot, humid, tropical climate with little seasonal variation in temperatures and scattered rain showers all year round. The best times to visit are spring, during March and April, and during the fall months of September and October to see the lush greenery of the rice fields at their peak. June through August bring dryer weather conditions, but also more sweltering heat.

You may want to avoid planning a trip between June and December, as the harvesting seasons leave the fields muddier than usual. During January, February, July, and August, the fields undergo a clean-up and resting period from visitors to protect the local environment. Overall, traveling outside the high season can mean lackluster weather and less greenery.


What are the top things to do in Sekinchan?

The Paddy Museum

As Sekinchan is known for its rice fields, consider taking some time to learn more about them and about the region’s long history of rice growing. At the Paddy Museum, you can take in the detailed production process from harvest to final product. You’ll also get a free packet of rice for your trip.

Seafood at Pantai Redang Beach

Pantai Redang Beach offers a nice strip of sand for chilling out and enjoying the restaurants and stalls that serve delicious fresh seafood and shellfish. You can grab a quick snack for a picnic or a full meal after relaxing in the sun all day. The beach also sets the scene for kite-flyers and some incredible sunsets.

Sekinchan Wishing Tree

After the beach, you can visit the Sekinchan Wishing Tree at the nearby Chinese temple. Many people come here to take photos and tie a red ribbon on the tree to make a wish. You can go to the temple to receive a ribbon on which to write your name and desire before attaching it to the tree.