Location: Sukorejo Hamlet, Tumpakrejo, Gedangan, Kab. Poor
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HTM: IDR 10,000 per person
Open and close: 05.00 – Evening
Phone number: (0341) 8124388
Price of admission
This year, to enter Ngantep Beach, you don’t need to reach deep pockets because the ticket price is only IDR 5,000.
In addition, parking fees for 2-wheeled vehicles are only Rp. 3000. If you come with a group, you will get a cheaper price.
Are you a beach explorer? Well, if the answer is yes, it looks like you are obliged to explore a number of beaches in South Malang.
South Malang is indeed an area that is well known for its beautiful beaches.
Many beaches in this area are still virgin and untouched by tourists. One of them is Ngantep Beach.
Ngantep Beach is located in Sukorejo Hamlet, Tumpakrejo, Gedangan, Malang Regency. The distance is approximately 72 km from the city center.
Many people say that this beach is one of the haunted tourist objects filled with myths, mysteries and history.
Ngantep Beach is still quiet so it will give you entertainment which is quite calm but still impressive.
Ngantep Beach also has clear blue water and the surrounding conditions are very far from trash.
In addition, the view of Ngantep Beach is also very beautiful with pandanus flowers that bloom in red.
Ngantep Beach is one of the many nauticals in South Malang apart from Tamban Beach, Goa Cina, Balekambang, Sendang Biru and others.
The stretch of sand that is so white and smooth is indeed the main attraction for tourists from Ngantep Beach.
This white sand stretch has a length of 1 kilometer. The waves are calm and the area is clean as if it can spoil you.
This is what makes Ngantep Beach more special compared to other beaches. Moreover, the waves are great for surf.
Not only that, seeing its status as a virgin or not widely known by tourists, makes Ngantep Beach awake to its naturalness.
The big waves on Ngantep Beach make Australian, British and American tourists surf at Ngantep Beach during the holiday season.
If you are still learning to surf, don’t worry, because Ngantep Beach is also suitable as a place to learn.
Even though the waves are big, but about 10 meters from the shoreline, the waves are quite calm so it is just right to be used as a place to learn to surf.
However, there are things that must be remembered when you are at Ngantep Beach, namely you are not allowed to swim, because it will be very dangerous.
Instead, you can swim in the river mouth to the east of Ngantep Beach.
Just like Ngantep Beach, the water condition in the river mouth is still clean and well maintained.
Many say that Ngantep Beach is a haunted beach because there are a number of myths that surround it.
In fact, the beaches that are under the auspices of the Malang Perhutani Management Agency also have a number spot interesting and worth visiting, namely Mount Batok.
Mount Batok is the location of the ancestral graves of the Tumpakrejo Village. The thing that makes it unique is that there is a small cave called Gua Batok that is found here.
To find a cave under this hill, you can visit a large pavilion called Panembahan Pantai Ngantep on Mount Batok.
The joglo-shaped panembahan is at the top of Mount Batok to be precise on the right side of the beach, approximately 200 meters from the shoreline.
Uniquely, even though it has the name of a mountain, the hilltop is so low with a height of 50 meters.
To get to this place is also easy because a multilevel ladder has been provided by the manager in 2011.
Inside the pavilion there is a kentongan which is considered to have magical value by the residents.
Usually this area is often used by the surrounding community for seclusion or conducting traditional events. So, don’t be surprised if Ngantep Beach is often used for religious tourism.
Apart from visiting Mount Batok, you can also relax on the beach while enjoying the waves and accompanied by a typical fresh drink from the coast, namely young coconut ice.
Don’t forget to take pictures of the beauty at Ngantep Beach. You can take a photo or just live video to be uploaded to social media.
The term virgin for Ngantep Beach does not mean that Ngantep Beach is still empty.
You don’t need to bring food supplies when you visit here, because there are so many traders who sell various kinds of food ranging from just snacks, light snacks to heavy meals.
There is also a wide selection of drinks offered here. Regarding the price, you don’t need to worry because it’s still affordable.
For heavy meals, the stalls on the outskirts of Ngantep Beach usually sell noodles instant boiled, fried instant noodles, soup, meatballs and several fish dishes.
For the choice of the drink itself, there are young coconut ice, syrup ice, iced tea, orange ice and others. You just have to choose what you want.
By By Typical
It’s incomplete if you’ve visited Ngantep Beach, but you don’t bring any souvenirs.
Visiting Ngantep, you can bring some souvenirs in the form of t-shirts or typical South Malang food. The price is quite affordable and certainly doesn’t break your pockets.
Although Ngantep Beach is still a virgin, there are various facilities available here for tourists.
In addition to food stalls, other facilities provided at Ngantep Beach include parking lots and public toilets.
What if you want to spend more time at Ngantep Beach? Well, the solution is to stay overnight.
There are also many places to stay with varying prices, ranging from 100 thousand to 200 thousand per room for more complete facilities.
If you are with a group, you don’t need to worry because some inns can be used for several people so that costs are more efficient.
Route to the Beach
Because it is in the management of Perhutani Malang, making the route to Ngantep Beach is quite easy. J
If from Malang, you can head to the Gadang Terminal and continue the journey towards Balulawang.
There, you will find two branch roads, immediately take the left lane to get to Gondang Legi. Then follow the signposts to Ngantep Beach
Ngantep Beach has no signposts, so you just have to follow the direction to Balekambang.
But before entering Ngantep Beach, you better take a break so you can prepare your energy again.
Because from the entrance, the distance to Ngantep Beach is about 4 km. The terrain that you have to go through is quite difficult because of the rocky ground.
If it rains it will be much more difficult, so try to visit Ngantep Beach when the weather is clear.
If you have trouble finding Ngantep Beach, you can use help Google map.
Don’t forget to always check your vehicle when you go to Ngantep Beach, because at night the streets are very quiet and have minimal lighting, especially if you enter the Bantur area.
Access to Transportation
If you want to use public transportation, you can start the journey from Arjosari to Gadang.
From Gadang you can take public transportation to the Turen market then choose the blue angkudes to reach Sendang Biru Beach.
Upon arrival at Sendang Biru Beach, you can take an ojek or rent a car to Ngantep Beach.
Indeed, it is quite easy to find public transportation, but you have to pay attention to the return hours. Because when it’s late afternoon, there will be no transportation. So if you want to visit Ngantep, it’s better in the morning.