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Tanjung Piai is a cape in Johor which is the southernmost point of Peninsular Malaysia and thus the most southern point of mainland Asia. The skyline of Singapore is visible across the Johor Strait from the point. It features seafood restaurants, perched on wooden jetties that are surrounded by a rugged and rarefied coastline of unspoiled mangrove forests.
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The simple pleasures of Rawa Island is 16 km off Mersing Johor, a gem of an island discovered by the lucky few. Pulau Rawa is truly a paradise island. There are many caves for exploration and offshore coral reefs rich with marine life.
Rawa Island is an unspoilt coral island, with its white sands and swaying palm trees. The coral garden is teeming with fish and marine life, from coral reef fish to Pelagic fish, a surprise for many people. Giant clams abound, you may see it all but nothing is to be touched. Preservation, conservation, and a marine park to boot, not even dead shells can be taken, so beware look but don’t take.
On Rawa you can find your secluded spot, your new "Power point" to re-energize the soul, while away the hours and feel the energy pouring in.
A number of tiny wooden chalets will be your resting place amongst the palms and flowers. There is a quiet village type tranquility in the place, yes this is the place to detune and get out of gear.
DESARU, located on the eastern tip of the west Malaysia, the clean sandy white beaches and it is popular with tourists as well as locals.
The 25km long stretch of unspoiled beach framed by the South China Sea on one side and lush tropical forest on the other, is home to many hotels and resorts.
The numerous resorts and hotels here cater to budget travellers as well as families seeking fun in the sun. Activities are largely available and include golfing, horseback riding, tennis, canoeing, swimming, boating, fishing, snorkelling, jungle trekking, and you can even enjoy yourselves in the local theme park.
The beaches are lined with casuarinas trees and interrupted here and there by rustic fishing villages. To make your visit more memorable, visit Tanjung Pengelih to see the relics of World War II and the historical relics of the Malay Johor Riau Empire at Johor Lama.