Morib

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For the dredger, see SS Morib.

Morib was formerly a popular beach located in Selangor, Malaysia. Morib Beach (Pantai Morib) is a quiet seaside tourist attraction which is historically noted for being one of the first landing points on the west coast for the British and Indian Army liberation forces during end of World War II in 1945. It is a small but suitable beach for swimming.

It is located near Simpang Morib, which is about 10 km from the town of Banting. Morib attracts more than 10000 visitors annually notably during the month of August, festive seasons and public holidays.

Recognisable (groups of) people noted for their presence on this beach include the Honourable Leader of the National Boys Scout, former Malaysian Education Minister Datuk Shafie Salleh and local entrepreneur Machap Mark Ganasan.

Some seafood restaurants can be found on the beach serving an array of seafood.

Coordinates: 2°45′07″N 101°26′35″E / 2.751952°N 101.442945°E / 2.751952; 101.442945