Bagan Pinang lies between 2nd to 4th mile of the Port Dickson beach road; while being quite a long beach stretch, the atmosphere is moderately quiet, with most of the visitors coming from several resorts within the vicinity. Kite flying, water sports and fishing activities are fairly minimal, but the sea waters here are slightly murky being closer to PD town.
From the beach, a few mangrove islets can be reached on foot at low tide, which is also an opportune time for local fishermen to rummage through the unearthed rocky sea bed for clams and crabs. Water sport activities are limited to a few operators, while hawker stall restaurants occur at random intervals along the beach.
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