Selangor Journal

Gazette Pantai Remis as public beach

KUALA SELANGOR, DEC 28: The State Government is urged to gazette Pantai Remis, a beach that is around 2 kilometres long, as a public beach for recreational and tourism purposes.
Kuala Selangor District Council (MDKS) Yang Di Pertua Noraini Roslan said part of the beach has the status of forest reserve while another part is a river reserve.
She said that gazetting the beach would protect it for the public’s benefit.
“We do not want Pantai Remis to suffer the same fate as some beaches that have been given to other parties.
“With a public beach reserve, it will be preserved for public use and be enjoyed by the general public,” she said.
Noraini had earlier launched a food court at the Pantai Remis Tourist Centre.
She said that efforts to develop Pantai Remis would generate economic opportunities in the surrounding areas, including the construction of seafood restaurants, chalets and homestays.
“However, we urge those interested to use the proper channels so that their businesses are not considered illegal.
“So we encourage them to refer to MDKS for all related dealings to ensure that their business is legal in the eyes of the law,” she added.

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