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Tanjung Piai


  • Self-guided walks – Explore the park via its network of boardwalks and observation platforms. Signage at various locations provide information on various facets of the ecosystem. Don’t forget to snap a selfie at the southernmost tip of mainland Asia.
  • Guided tour – Our knowledgeable park rangers can take you on a guided tour of the park, provided you book in advance.
  • Nature education – Nature education packages can be organized for groups, provided you book in advance.
  • Caring for Wetlands – This package combines volunteer activities such as mangrove planting, seedling collection and clean-up, with other activities such as the obstacle course. Advance booking is required.
  • Bird watching – The boardwalks and platforms are good places to observe the park’s bird life, which includes mangrove specialists such as the Mangrove Pitta and Mangrove Blue Flycatcher as well as resident waterbirds.
  • Fishing – For a small fee, you can fish from the comfort of the park’s two jetties.
  • Obstacle course – Perfect for team-building, our obstacle course in a muddy mangrove swamp is guaranteed to test your strength, wits and determination.
  • Camping – Our unique campsite is made up of raised wooden platforms and walkways (please bring your own tent). There are separate sections for men and women with dedicated bathrooms and toilets, as well as an air-conditioned cabins for teachers accompanying the students. The campsite can accommodate up to 30 tents, or 120 pax. Note that a minimum number of 40 pax is required in order use the campsite. JNPC offers a full camping itinerary, which includes nature walks, volunteer activities and a night walk.
  • Commercial photography – The park’s mangroves and boardwalks make a great backdrop for commercial shoots. A reasonable fee applies (please enquire with the park office).
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