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All reviews national park entrance fee bring food bring water nice place southernmost tip tanjung piai mangrove forest flora and fauna high tide crab pleasant walk walk path cockles monitor lizards ticket counter heading straight
Very quiet and tranquil in the mangrove and lots of animals,insects ,birds to see if you sit still.Tremendous views of the shipping channel across the strait to indonesia, also a landmark as the southernmost tip of mainland asia.
We were lucky because the maintenance work just completed and the launching of the new logo of national park were just ended in the morning (event was launched by Tg. Idris of Johor). So, every thing there are clean and in good condition. The boardwalk...More
You would think that a landmark such as the “Southernmost part of mainland Asia” would draw more crowds but you’re in for a treat. The area is calm and peaceful and you could take your time exploring the park.
There’s a small briefing room full...More
In comparison to Pulau Kukup National Park, this place is quite hot. Hence, bring water with you or you can buy it at the entrance. Never ever bring food or plastic bag since monkeys over there were so aggressive. Check weather and tide tables before...More
Very historical place to visit. Thanks to my cousin and her family for bringing me here. a bit far from JB but you will surely not regret visiting Southern Most tip Of Mainland Asia. (Eurasia) very nice boardwalk. even saw a monitor lizard walking near...More
A mangrove just off the coast line. Walkways have been built so you can explore without wading through mud. You can get a boat from the High King Seafood Restaurant. The boatman will return you to the main-land when you call him. (He may also...More
The foreigners entrance fee to Tanjung Piai National Park is high especially for Malaysia, 22RM pp, but we’d driven all the way there so paid to go in. It's essentially a pleasant mangrove forest national park with good board walks to access the beach and...More
Suggest 1️⃣st photo 📸 to capture before your eco walk🚶🏻♀️🚶🏻♂️at its welcome landmark monument made of eco-friendly fibre reinforced concrete with 2️⃣0️⃣m height & 🔟m width. Its stark grey ◻️ colour represents the rich mangroves & mudflats of Tanjung Piai🌿
It’s named after a local...More