Talanca Beach in Cilangkahan Village, Banten Province

A vacation to Banten Province is worth a thousand experiences. It is because there are many types of tourist spots to visit. For example, you can visit Telanca Beach in Malingping District. To be exact, it is situated in Cilangkahan Village. It is not as popular as before, though. If you came at the right time, you were able to witness beautiful flowers of moringa trees. Their color is purple and they emit a stunning aura. Unfortunately, this kind of beauty was no more. Not to mention there were no features such as an art gallery, hotels, and much more.

The Nuance
In terms of nuance, it is a little bit plain. There are no facilities near to the beach. The sand is brown and there are numerous coral reefs on the seashore. When it comes to the waves, they look strong and windy. Still, some parts of the beach feature calm waves. Visitors are allowed to play and get in the water, especially in such area. In the back, you may see several traditional structures. Tourists can use it to relax and hang out with families.

Exploring Talanca Beach
Talanca Beach is one of the southern beaches of Banten Province. That means it is famous for its strong waves. In the past, the locals call it Emas Beach. There were many hotels back then. The thing is you won’t find any accommodations these days. What you can enjoy is only the stunning sea scenery. Most visitors come to Talanca for relaxation. Somehow, it is also suitable for a family vacation. A simple beauty of the beach may satisfy your hunger as a tourist.

In the east part of the beach, you can find a unique attraction. It is the mixture of seawater and freshwater. Near to it, you can also find a small hill. In some parts of the beach, you may find many types of trees as well. However, there are no flowers. If you want to look for an accommodation, you need to visit nearby regions. For example, there is Pandeglang Raya Hotel. Talanca Beach only becomes an alternative for those who look for a serene atmosphere in holidays.

Another popular thing to do is beach walking. Talanca Beach features soft and comfortable sand. That means you can walk on it wholeheartedly. In fact, you don’t even need to wear any footwear. Don’t forget to carry a camera! You don’t want to miss an opportunity to capture beautiful pictures, do you? For a perfect nuance, you need to come to the beach in the morning. An afternoon is also a good choice. There is a chance to witness a beautiful sunset.

Nearby Attractions

  • Pandeglang Square
  • Curug Putri
  • Karang Mountain

How to Get There
If you are visiting Talanca Beach, your destination is Malingping District. From Jakarta, it takes about 2-3 hours and the distance is 112 km. You can take Pantura Street for the fastest route to reach the location. Next, you must follow Tangerang – Merak Freeway. Once you reach Malingping, your next destination is Cilangkahan Village.

Where to Stay

  • Pandeglang Raya Hotel
  • Paranti Hotel
  • Riz Hotel

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