Sky Mirror is a vast shoal that appears during the new and full moon periods of a lunar month about two nautical miles off the coast of Jeram, a fishing village in Selangor 15km south of Kuala Selangor. The sandbar that appears at low tide, submerged in a thin layer of sea water, casts a mirror-like reflection of the sky - a geographical phenomenon similar to the world's largest saltflat Salar de Uyuni in Bolivia.
Discovered by tourists in 2016, Sky Mirror now attracts a regular stream of visitors who travel by boat services offered from tour operators at Pekan Sasaran (Jeram), Kuala Selangor and Sekinchan. At Sasaran itself, there is a contemporary art gallery and seafood restaurants to discover. A full day Sky Mirror tour usually includes a trip to Pulau Angsa, a small island with a lighthouse and abandoned resort.