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Tanjung Piai National Park, Pontian District

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  • 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...  more »
  • It was very interesting to be able to go to the southern most tip of the Asian continent. The entrance had the tickets and the people there were very polite and informative. Then they led us to the vi...  more »
  • Eurasian continent's westernmost point Cabo da Roca in Portugal after reaching certification at the Cape here can be issued certificates in the southernmost reaches of the have been going by rental car from Singapore. Park to see the islands of Indonesia and Singapore, the phone also has crossed international lines. Or rather conspicuously trash Beach and wonderful nature is untouched or even maintenance of the Boardwalk, compared to neighbouring Singapore and broad-minded and sloppy administration is disappointing. Stone monuments and an attractive sign, or even could also indulge flow at the tip of the Malay peninsula has spacious and relaxing time.
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  • 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
  • It's a new experience for young generation to know about swamp life's.. Need more surveillance from the authority to maintain public safety n awareness..
  • The most southern point of mainland Eurasia, but they close as soon as 6pm. Would be nicer if could enter for night view to enjoy the sea breeze and the skyline of Singapore.
  • Feels good being with the nature. Let's keep supporting the reservation of our national treasure - the southernmost tip of the mainland Asia