Kuala Selangor Beach is a unique attraction that is only accessible during low tides, due to the land being submerged under the sea during high tides. When the tide is ideal, the sand bar emerges, Malaysia's own Salar de Uyuni. Known as Mirror of the Sky as its shallow waters reflect the sky in all its going, the beach allows for many unique photography opportunities. The island makes a great travel destination also for it being a habitat for various marine lifeforms, more commonly the sea and baby clams scattered abundantly in the sand. It is located 1.74 nautical miles off the coast of the fishing village of Jeram, Selangor, in the middle of the Straits of Malacca Sea. The package also includes tours for eagle feeding as well as firefly and blue tears viewing.