If you've ever dreamed of falling asleep to the sounds of the ocean, or waking up to the splendour of the universe, Tanjong Piai presents itself as a natural wonderland at the southernmost tip of Asia.
Tanjung Piai, one of the largest mangrove habitats in the world, is also home to many different species of birds , beady-eyed mudskippers, multi-coloured mangrove crabs and crab-eating macaques. Also found here is the tree-climbing and scavenging macaque monkeys.
Situated in Mukim Serkat, about 90km from Johor Bahru's city centre, Tanjung Piai offers a scenic view of the Straits of Malacca. It has been gazetted into a National Park. Its beautiful and resilient mangroves, is crucial for sustainable growth of the various mangrove wildlife. They also serve to protect the land from the fierce onslaught of the wild sea.
Platforms built throughout the park allow visitors to observe the different habitats supported by the mangroves.