This time, the student’s outdoor practice came to Tanjong Piai to explore the natural landscape of the southernmost tip of the Asia Continent, and also to the Bugis Museum to learn about the traditional culture of the Bugis people in Malaysia.

The Tanjung Piai coastline is 8 kilometers long, with vast swampy areas and a variety of natural ecology, and is one of the five major national parks in Johor. In addition to the famous mangroves, tourists can also see monkeys walking around freely, fireflies inhabiting the mangroves at night, and delicious seafood at restaurants on the sea… Yes A good place for domestic leisure.