Pulau Kukup National Park
An island shrouded in legends of princesses and curses, or so the folklore says. Pulau Kukup National Park is one of the largest uninhabited mangrove forests in the world.The island was declared a “Wetland of International Importance” by RAMSAR in 2003, aimed at preserving the natural beauty of the island. It is home to an abundance of flora and fauna, including monkeys, wild boars and mudskippers all of which are visible from the boardwalk. A scenic, easy walk through the forest culminates in five levels of elevated platforms, giving you a bird’s-eye view of the island in its entirety. It should be noted that the climb can be strenuous for some, as the gaps between steps are quite large. Pulau Kukup is a kilometre away from the mainland, with boat trips to the island costing RM5 and admission to the National Park costing a further RM5.
|ADDRESS/LOCATION||Lot 139,Mukim,Air Masin,82300 Kukup,Pontian,Johor,Malaysia|
|CONTACT NO||+607 696 9355|
|GPS COORDINATE||Latitude : 1.3213664 Longitude : 103.4100389|
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