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Tanjung Piai National Park

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Close to nature

I walked on dry land when entering (1130). But after an hour I walked out with a partially... read more

Reviewed 5 weeks ago
Kwan W
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wonder of the Malaysia

went there on Sunday Morning will office colleague. enjoyed there around 3 hours. Jungle with... read more

Reviewed 23 November 2017
Ketan P
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Reviewed 5 weeks ago via mobile

I walked on dry land when entering (1130). But after an hour I walked out with a partially submerged entrance (1300). I failed to reach to the south point. Can only view it from far. It is advisable to check on the tides hour before...More

Thank Kwan W
Reviewed 23 November 2017

went there on Sunday Morning will office colleague. enjoyed there around 3 hours. Jungle with lots of monkeys , small crocodile we have seen , best was monitor lizards we seen in real life first time. arrangements of trees was amazing roots were above ground....More

1  Thank Ketan P
Reviewed 12 November 2017

Reached there near lunch time. The southernmost point has been submerged due to high tide. Managed to take photo only. Walk within the mangrove trees are very peaceful but you can observe many rubbish/trash.

Thank MF15
Reviewed 25 September 2017 via mobile

Is a hidden gem in part of Southern. Tanjung Piai is great to visit as the environment is well keep and you really can enjoy the nature by walking thru the Jetty/bridge. You can have a zero distance with the monkeys and my kids are...More

Thank Rachel T
Reviewed 30 August 2017 via mobile

A great excape from work.. You can hear the sound from birds and monkeys. The breeze brings calmness. To those who love nature, you should give this place a try.

Thank Nor Hafizah A
Reviewed 9 August 2017 via mobile

A good place to have a walk on the evening or early morning. Grab a friend and walk and talk at the same time. Enjoy the scenary as you chat. Wear sunglasses because it's quite sunny in the evening. Sweat a little bit. Remember, do...More

Thank Nurul F
Reviewed 23 July 2017

It was a pleasant walk within the mangrove forest. There were boardwalk leading toward the Southern Most Tip of Mainland Asia on the left and boardwalk heading straight toward the Jetty overlooking Karimun Island, strait of Melacca and Kukup island. It is a must go...More

1  Thank Budakampung
Reviewed 24 June 2017 via mobile

When we finally reach there, we congratulated ourselves for standing at the Southern most tip of mainland Asia. We were beaming widely while we posed to take a photo of us standing beside the landmark that proclaims Tanjung Piai‘s unique geographical position! The wind was...More

Thank GAN L
Reviewed 30 May 2017 via mobile

Walk in nature. Mangrove tree, monkeys, mudskipper, shells, tiny crab are wild life you can see around here. Nice place to appreciate nature. Please do not litter when you visit here. Together we care for our environment. Walk path condition still strong. Can walk safely....More

Thank Nazri S
Reviewed 6 March 2017 via mobile

Get there early, then the boardwalk is yours, for visitors are just trickling in. Once busloads of tourists arrive, the area can be crowded. The boardwalks are well-maintained. They branches away from the main entrance to several points. Take the one on the left, 1.2...More

Thank NKR17
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