Sendangbiru beach is one of beach resorts in the southern part of Malang Regency, which is free from tumultuous waves of Indonesian Ocean due to the existence of wild – life island of Sempu, 300 meters offshore. At the other side of the beach is now utilized as a Fishing Harbour and the Center of Fish Disembarkation. Here, boats can be hired for a trip to the island reserve Sempu with sandy creeks which are overshadowed by low trees. It is said that this is the last place where the Javanese tiger can be found. The green area of the 800 hectare big island is being engulfed in warm waves, and offers a view towards Jawa’s green coastal area. To reach Sendangbiru, you have to take a public transportation (mikrolet) to Sumbermanjing wetan, from here you take an “Ojek” (motorcycle used as a public transportation) to travel the remaining distance directly to the beach. The beach of Sendangbiru is about 70 kms away to the south from Malang, at Tambakrejo, a village belonging to Sub District of Sumbermanjing Wetan.
Sendang Biru beach is not just a beach for tourist but also known as the biggest fish producer in Malang districts, that is why this tourist destination has a dock named Pondok Dadap and fish market. The specific local views and panoramas of Sendang Biru beach are very difficult to be found in other beaches areas. Accross the beach, there is an a nature reserve island, namely “Pulau Sempu” which is lies on the Indian Ocean and has beautiful mountain sides also rare protected trees grow on this island.
At Sendang Biru swimming is safe, in here you can find boats for hired to a trip along the Sempu island with sandy creeks overshadowed by low trees. It is said that this is the last place where the Javanese tiger can be found. The green area of the 800 hectares of the island areas is engulfed in warm waves, and offers a view towards Java’s green coastal areas.