Exploring Southeast Asia Malaysia Mangrove Forest – Tanjung Piar Johor National Park (Part 2)

Tanjung Piar Johor National Park is a mangrove forest situated at the Southernmost tip of mainland Asia whereby you can easily cross the water borders to Singapore and Indonesia with just a boat! This park is actively involved in mangrove tree replanting and plastic waste collection programs.

From this national park, you can cross water borders to Indonesia and Singapore!

One of the oldest mangrove trees in this park is estimated more than 100 years old.

Special thanks to forest ranger Mr. Shah (left) for his guidance.