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Pulau Kukup National Park

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Pulau Kukup National Park

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Beng Tang wrote a review Nov 2019
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Pulau Kukup is one of the biggest and healthiest mangrove forests in Malaysia and you get to see part of it by walking on a boardwalk on the Eastern side of it. To get to the island from Kukup Town, take a boat from the right side of the ferry terminal (the two way boat fare we were charged was RM$10 per person, but the park pamphlet says it should be RM$5, not sure if we were cheated). At the entrance jetty to the island you have to pay an entrance fee (see photo attached for prices). You can walk along a boardwalk through the mangroves but parts of it were closed when we went - the section leading to the tall tower, and the section at the end of the circular route - which meant we had to double back at the end. Watch your step as you walk as there are holes or broken floor boards in some places along the boardwalk. Also, do not lean or sit on the railings as some of them are weak. Bring spray-on deet insect repellent as there are lots of very hungry mosquitoes. A water bottle and rain coat are also essential. The mangrove forest at Kukup island is relatively clean, and therefore beautiful looking, though there is still some plastic litter such as styrofoam boxes which make weird squeaking noises as they rub against the mangrove roots. The animals we saw include mudskippers, tree-climbing crabs, mangrove snails and clams, brahminy kites, kingfishers, herons and egrets, a shore pit viper and dog-faced water snakes. There was a strange lack of visible fish, apart from mudskippers, when we went on a rising tide. We spent 2 hours there and enjoyed seeing the mangrove forest. Remember what colour boat you arrived on as you have to take the same colour boat back. The park reception has the boatman's phone number and can call them when you want to return to the mainland.
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Date of experience: November 2019
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Lost In Asia wrote a review Aug 2019
Singapore, Singapore2,266 contributions3,950 helpful votes
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we drove from Singapore all the way here. At the end of the road, there is a ferry terminal with services to Karimun Islands, indonesia, there is also a standalone MarryBrown Fried Chicken Place. We went to the chinese seafood restaurant to ask for boat rides, they offer us rides to the Kelong and nearby national park island. Enjoyable simple trip.
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Date of experience: July 2019
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Sharon Ho wrote a review Aug 2019
Kuching, Malaysia261 contributions13 helpful votes
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If you're an outdoor person you should take the tour to the kelong and national park just once for the experience. But there are nicer places elsewhere. So it's really up to you. Other than the indoor karaoke and mahjong or cards session in your room with your bunch of friends, you should walk all the way back to the pier where you got on the boat if you're staying in the left side of the pier for some ice cream, coconut jelly and ang ku kueh look alike jellies! Afternoon strolls are great by the windy shores but of course you got to bear the stench of the fishy smell. You could catch the full moon view beautifully at night too.
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Date of experience: April 2019
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Jet33654175428 wrote a review May 2019
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Very disappointed and pointless, worthless for short vacation. Please don't worse your time.thank you.
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Date of experience: May 2019
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tay3111 wrote a review Sep 2018
Melaka State, Malaysia635 contributions43 helpful votes
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This nature reserve mangrove island is the biggest mangroves island in malaysia,good place to go if you love nature
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Date of experience: December 2017
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