Pantai Sri Tujoh is a picturesque beach situated in the district of Tumpat in Kelantan. It is situated near the Thailand-Kelantan border in Kampung Tujoh, a mere 7 kilometers away from Kota Bharu (Tumpat District Council, 2014). Pantai Sri Tujoh is also a stone’s throw away from Pengkalan Kubur and the Tumpat train station (Pantai Sri Tujoh, 2012).
‘Pantai Sri Tujoh’ can be translated as ‘The Beach of Seven’, referring to the seven bays that make up the beach and to which the beach derives its name from (Tumpat District Council, 2014).
The seven bays that make up the beach have become a major source of tourist attraction as they are a rarity in terms of their land formation. Visitors of the beach are able to take part in activities such as picnicking, water sports, and even through simply appreciating the beautiful natural landscapes. Visitors can also witness the scenes of fishermen’s boats making their way in and out of the sea with their catch of the day (Pantai Sri Tujoh, 2012). Chalets are also made available in Pantai Sri Tujoh (Tumpat District Council, 2014) in addition to a floating resort named Resort Sri Tujoh.
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