Goa China Beach, Natural Beauty Beach in Malang

Goa China Beach is one of popular beaches in East Java. This is the beautiful beach that was booming in Malang. Recently, the visitors would wait the moment of sunrise and sunset that are fascinating to the visitors. Add with the blue and calm water sea. And the story of the beach is always connected to a Buddhist monk that had mediated inside the cave at the coastline. But, when someone comes into the cave, they only can find the skulls of the monk and Mandarin written on the cave’s roof. Nowadays, you may hear the myth of cave as a lucky place to get fortune.

Apart from the myth, the beach offers you natural beauty. Besides that, the beach is well-maintained and provides you camping area. The waves of water and the whole area of Goa China Beach are still virgin. The traveler has to through the rocky, slippery and windy road. Besides that, you will see blue water and the breeze. There are so many big rocks at the right side of the beach and steep cliffs. To enter the cave, you have to climb up to the rock with a narrow trail.

Goa China Beach lies at Trowotratih hamlet, Sitiarjo Village, Sumbermanjing Wetan Sub-district, Malang Regency, East Java, Indonesia. To reach the beach, it needs a bit effort because the access toward the beach is around 1 km with rocky condition. Thus, if the night is raining, the road will be slippery. If you start your journey from Malang City, it needs about 2 hours.

Goa China Beach offers you beautiful panorama. The stretches of paddy field and limestone become the main attraction when you come to the beach. Although the access is quite challenging, but it is worth it because you will see natural scenery with white sand. Even, from the distance, you can see small islands that will give you amazing panorama. Thus, don’t forget to take pictures and record all of the natural beauty in Goa China Beach.

If you want to relax, you can just sit and enjoy the breeze and the sound of waves of water. But, you are not allowed to swim because the waves of water are big and the current of underwater is strong. However, you still can play water as long as you don’t go too far from the coastline.

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