An educational park that promotes the importance of the mangroves, there's a board walk that lead you through the mangrove, and there are informative boards throughout that educate visitors on the trees and values of mangrove preservation.
The first Geopark in South East Asia with 100 Square KMs of nature forest and breathtaking landscape, Kilim Geoforest Park is home to a sprawling mangrove forest and ancient gigantic limestone rocks formations rising from the river bed, formed some 500 million years back.
Looking for something different to do during the coming weekend? You could try dipping your toes, or even immersing your whole body, into the bubbling hot waters at Sungai Serai Hot Springs, just a short drive outside of Kuala Lumpur.
Mount Pulai (Gunung Pulai) stands about 700m above sea level, and offers a 14.3 kilometer moderately trafficked loop trail through thick rainforest and waterfalls, as well as a summit with spectacular view.
Desaru beach is clean, lined with casuarina trees and stretch 17km long. Many returning visitors agree that its white sandy beach is a sight to behold and is hailed as one of the best beaches in Johor coast.
Located at the Southernmost tip of Asia, Pulau Kukup is one the largest uninhabited mangroves in the world and is the only one situated in Johor waters. The island turns into a national park where visitors can take a 1 to 1.5 hours walk to navigate through the mangrove and observe wildlife on the island.
A quieter alternative to the popular Desaru Beach, Batu Layar Beach (Sail Rock) is a nice sandy and clean beach. The key landmark here is the sail rock by the beach that gives its name, which is a submerged reef with a huge staghorn coral field.
Endau Rompin is the second National Park after Taman Negara. It covers an area of approximately 80,000 hectares of rich and exotic flora and fauna and is home to a vast species of birds, mammals, frogs, insects.
Join the river cruise tour where you'll journey through Johor River and be surrounded by thousands of fireflies. Be enthralled with spectacular view of the fireflies with thousands of fireflies dancing and lighting up the trees like a Christmas tree.
Spanning 325 ha, Taman Negara Tanjung Piai is the smallest but most visited amongst Johor’s five national parks. It’s certainly a great place to spend a day, observe the biodiversity, take in the views and marvel at the intricate relationship between man and nature.
A recreational nature park at the foothills of Cameron Highlands, located about 12km from Tapah town. A large but mostly shallow river flows through the park, with a subterranean hot spring that heats up a small section of the sandy river bed.