Found roughly 40 km from the city, Tusan Beach brags a long white sandy shoreline with a delicate incline and is a mystery heaven for the individuals who adore lovely dusk landscape and obviously, the many fossils and seashells lying over the seaside line which shell authorities discover hard to stand up to.
As of late, it has turned into the most recent hotspot among local people here; after a picture taker, Albert Song, caught the stunning scene and shared it on the informal community.
Unlike Miri's well known shorelines — Tanjong Lobang and Luak Esplanade — which pull in many guests amid ends of the week and open occasions, Tusan Beach is harder to reach. Henceforth, it stays 'untouched'. The unpolluted sea waters likewise take into consideration better perspectives, and strolling along the shoreline at the edge of the tide can make the most dazzling impressions you'll ever make, consequently the furor among local people.
In addition, with its remote area, it is prudent to visit the place in a huge gathering. At the point when more individuals go there, marvelously the undesirable squanders abandoned tend to.