Migratory Birds Watching in Sekinchan
The tropical climate of Malaysia allows bird watching to be a year-round activity. Of course, visitors will have to keep the rainy season in mind when planning excursions and take along rain gear or a poncho. Rain usually falls heaviest from September to January at Sekinchan. Migratory birds get in Malaysia's west coast flyway from Sumatra and beyond with peak movements in April and October.
Due to the location of Sekinchan facing the Malacca Strait and located in the middle of South China Sea and Jawa Island, there are many migratory birds. Sekinchan are a costal fishing village and also a large paddy field area where you are able to see open country birds. Particularly, the winter months are worthwhile to visit. The wetland where the bird inhabiting has become a new tourist attraction and many photographers like to visit here for migratory bird watching and photo taking. You can easily access to the habitation of migratory birds by driving along Lorong 5 and Lorong 6 at Bagan Village. Sekinchan is a good place for migratory birds watching.