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Tanjung Piai National Park

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Tanjung Piai National Park

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Johor Day Tour - Lasertag, Eco Farm, Go Kart [Car]
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Johor Day Tour - Lasertag, Eco Farm, Go Kart [Car]

Escape the busy city and venture into the rural and kids excitement sites of Johor. Start with an action game, test your physical coordination capabilities and shooting skills at Laser Battle. After a 60 mins ride with cartoon movie, feed the small animals and learn the interesting fun facts of the Eco farm includes visiting the plantations and perfectly ends the day by having an adrenaline-filled racing go-kart and being surprised to see how your kids can actually drive so well even for the first timer. This tour program and transportation arrangement is tailored made for family with kids age from 1 to 12 years old and explore the day trip at your own pace.<br><br>Highlights<br>* Educational and cultivate loving characters in kids<br>* Feed and cuddle various small animal in the eco-farm<br>* Enjoy the natural beauty of plants and local tropical fruits trees<br>* Entertained by cartoon movies in the private transport<br>* Amazed by the kid's driving skills and empower them
US$263.95 per adult
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esquire838 wrote a review Sep 2020
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia372 contributions35 helpful votes
To appreciate the location, see the map. The Asia continents mainland (so exclude islands of Indonesia) extends to the Malay Peninsular. This is the southernmost tip. There is a pier with a metal globe that you can proudly take picture to mark your “Iv been there” experience. You can watch the ships go by in the distant. There is a walkway built on a mangrove swamp for you to experience the swamp jungle. If you are lucky you can catch a glimpse of monkeys above and the mud crabs below. There is a small entrance fee.
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Date of experience: September 2020
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casey w wrote a review Feb 2020
Johor Bahru, Malaysia425 contributions70 helpful votes
Famed as the southernmost tip of mainland Asia, this park provides an extensive walkway for nature lovers to have a good walk among mangrove swamps as well as the seafront facing Singapore. Good place for school students to get close to nature as well as learn about mud clams, snakes, water iguanas etc. A must-go for everyone regardless of age. Fees are very reasonable, ranging from RM3 - RM5. Lots of nice sceneries to admire. Photographers will love this place.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Jane Doe wrote a review Feb 2020
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This is the best place to come after a long week sitting in your office staring at your PC. It has numerous varieties of mangrove based trees with other little creatures and is a good place to learn about nature. A good place to take nice pictures. Please go early morning as you could feel the heat by 11am itself.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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sckhoo wrote a review Jan 2020
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the place is quite a drive from the highway exist, but pleasant and enjoyable. The national park is not far (15 minutes drive away) from shops and restaurant. I camped a night in the park and it was peaceful, quiet and nice. Clean toilet and with a bucket for cold water shower if you want.
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Date of experience: December 2019
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Azi Asyraaf wrote a review Jan 2020
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It was approximately 1.5 hours from Johor Bahru centre to Tanjung Piai National Park. Entrance fees were MYR5 and MYR3 for adult and children respectively. I wanted to show to my children the spot where my grandparents were first arrived in Malaysia, migration from Indonesia, in 1915. This area has a jetty which located facing an Indonesian island called Pulau Kerimon and Singapore on the left hand side. We have enjoyed our little trip to this national park, as we walked through the mangrove and observed the monkeys, birds and others. We also would like to congratulate Johor National Parks Corporation for their efforts in maintaining this special tourist site. Keep up the good work!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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