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Tanjung Piai National Park, Pontian District

Categories: National Parks, Nature & Parks
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  • This Park is located in the State of Johor in Malaysia, not far from the village of Pontian. The Park is located on the most southern point of mainland Asia, as evidenced by a globe monument. The Park territory is mostly mangroves, similar to a Wetland in Kota Kinabalu, only more interesting. At the entrance you can observe monkeys, which have chosen the place near the toilet. And there are the usual Macaque and a lot of black monkeys with a bright face like in glasses similar to the silver monkey lleaves-these are not aggressive, you can safely take photographs. In the mangrove forest many Goannas, snails, fish, which at low tide live without water, also the one-armed crab and many birds, but all that you need to take a closer look. In the park there are platforms on which and go customers. You can view the video in a small cinema. everything is quite informative. But when we pulled the entire staff left to pray and all pozakryvali to 2:00 and tickets are not sold (remember that Muslim country, and Malaysia in Johor and weekend Friday and Saturday so) But looking at monkeys we travelled quite a bit just to wonderful Cafe-restaurant, where delicious and inexpensive meal and were the only visitors in the heat. I think it is better to visit the Park in the morning or after 16 h when the heat subsides
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  • The Tanjung Piai National Park is closed on 6 & 7 Julai 2016 (Hari Raya Public Holiday). Very disapointed on this trip 
  • Finally I have the chance to come here eventhough its just 4-5hours away from where I live. It is located in a preserved National Park of Tanjung Piai. This is where you can witness mangrove forest. T...  read more »
  • A place to visit for nature lovers. However I feel the place is not well maintained as many of the planks and structures are damaged by the elements. Johor National park must do more to upgrade and repair the facilities. More effort must be taken to ensure the overall cleaniness of the place and free of rubbish, including the mangrove areas. Visitors with small children must also be careful of the many wild monkeys there as some may be aggresive to grab the food that you bring along.
  • was there in Feb '16 during CNY. It is the southern most tip of asia continent. more needs to be done to make this place attractive. trash is floating everywhere inside the park. seems no effort made to remove them. staffers need to play their role as a guide. We arrived there during high tide and were not told that connecting walkway/bridge to the platform of the southern most point was inundated with water. I was a bit disappointed as my main goal going there was to get to the platform. We should have been informed on the high tide so that we could wait
  • Well worth a visit, you are assured of breathtaking swampy shoreline landscapes and plenty of native creatures -- you cannot miss seeing monkeys!
  • Standing on the southern point of Eurasia... how can you even describe that feeling.
  • Very good place to visit, there got such a quiet place with just the water sound, you can enjoy the quiet there if u want~ But the earth landmark now currently repairing, cannot go there take photo
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Visit for 2​h 30​m