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Tanjung Piai National Park

607-222 3590
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Nice walk on boardwalk...

Get there early, then the boardwalk is yours, for visitors are just trickling in. Once busloads of... read more

Reviewed 6 March 2017
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
via mobile
Very serene and pathways were well maintained

It was very interesting to be able to go to the southern most tip of the Asian continent. The... read more

Reviewed 15 February 2017
Johor Bahru District, Malaysia
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31 Dec 2016
“Southernmost tip of mainland Asia - Tg Piai and how not to get lost”
15 Dec 2016
“Mostsouthern tip of mainland Asia.”
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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
Reviewed 15 February 2017

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 viewing room. It was good. We proceeded...More

Thank Prameela_Rajaratnan
Reviewed 1 January 2017

My family took a day trip to Tanjung Piai National Park to see the southernmost tip of mainland Asia. After paying a small entrance fee, we entered the main building and was soon on a walkway with mangroves on both sides. The signages were not...More

1  Thank How-Shoong
Reviewed 15 December 2016 via mobile

The only reason we came here was because of its unique location. Entrance fee is RM5 for Malaysian, and RM20 (if i'm not mistaken for foreigner). One of the staff informed us that the platform with signage of mostsouthern tip of mainland Asia is close...More

Thank Siti N
Reviewed 8 July 2016 via mobile

The Tanjung Piai National Park is closed on 6 & 7 Julai 2016 (Hari Raya Public Holiday). Very disapointed on this trip

Thank Lee C
Reviewed 5 June 2016 via mobile

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. The entrance fee for local is RM5.00/adult and...More

2  Thank dindamenet
Reviewed 16 March 2016

The only thing you will be doing is walk, walk and walk through the various species of mangrooves and nothing but the mangroove. I don't know how it got its name as National Park. Should have called it Mangroove Park. Do not waste your money...More

Thank Saravana K
Reviewed 12 March 2016 via mobile

Nice drive from JB. Mangrove walks were shorter than expected. Lots of rubbish and wood debris amongst the mangroves. Disappointed to see the main attraction where the Southern most Tip signage and globe was in -accessible due to the concrete boardwalk collapsing into the sea....More

Thank caz08
Reviewed 6 March 2016

this place is best visited alongside a trip to Kukup for seafood. I find the park better than the Kukup island national park which has less walking area and requires a boat to visit . As a Singaporean, I found it pretty fascinating to see...More

1  Thank chen c
Reviewed 13 February 2016

it is closed and a long drive from town it website is hardly updated and limited opening times staff try there best its just that they've got a horrible boss the car park is horribly maintained maybe will try and visit again

1  Thank holiday482
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Hi all, I would like to go to Tanjung Piai national park by public transport, as I don't have a car. I'm afraid taking a taxi the whole way from JB would be very costly. Do you know how this could work? Thank you very much.
23 August 2016|
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