Welcome to Tanjung Piai National Park
Get away from the hustle-clamor of city life to the quiet and lilting hints of the calming sea at Tanjung Piai National Park. Wake up to the magnificence of nature's marvel at the southernmost tip of Asia, only 90km south of Johor Bahru's present day downtown area. A characteristic heaven, the recreation center is an ensured shelter for mangroves, surely understood for their versatility, and is the backbone for the maintainability of the different beach front untamed life, and the protection of the biological community itself. The mangrove being nature's watchmen, so to speak, to shield the drift and its tenants from the savage assault of the wild ocean.
After entering the recreation center, observe the gigantic pillar at the passageway of the Tanjung Piai Johor National Park. Imagined on the stone, is a guide of the world, stick indicating the recreation center as the Southernmost Tip of Mainland Asia. Covering a region of more than 926 hectares, the national stop comprises of waterfront mangroves and intertidal mudflats. Right around 526 hectares of land here is mangrove while the rest is between tidal mudflats. As indicated by Wetlands International, Johor holds 28.7% of mangrove timberland in Peninsular Malaysia (27,733 ha) or 4.7% of aggregate mangrove woodland covers in Malaysia. Gazetted as a RAMSAR site in Januari 2003, the recreation center is overseen by the Johor National Parks Corporation*. Its 8 kilometers shoreline fringes the Straits of Malacca. The recreation center likewise bolsters a wide assortment of verdure.
Tanjung Piai National Park is a park for nature lovers to explore different species of fauna and flora. This is the place that nature lovers cannot miss out.