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Park your car outside the gate & pay MYR1/ adult at the entrance. Wear comfy sport shoes as some path is steeper. Main path is paved but there are others that branched out to the forest/ beaches. Toilets are available at the entrance.
You can visit the light house and also head for a short hike trail to reach the tanjung tuan peak in the same location. About 30 minutes and the journey will be done. At the peak you will have a panoramic view of PD seaside...More
RM1/pax is the entrance fee.
About 10 to 15 minutes walk from main gate to the lighthouse, with some scenic view a behind the lighthouse (narrow path, so be careful). We saw some monkeys with grey fur and a yellow ring around its mouth. Cute!...More
Tanjung Tuan Forest Recreation is an excellent spot for nature lovers. The hike to the lighthouse is relatively easy for someone moderately fit. It's takes about 15-20 minutes to reach the peak of Bukit Batu Putih which offers a breathtaking view of the ocean. From...More
Been here for the first time, took about three hours to hike and roam around half of the island. View atop of Batu Putih was magnificent, but remember to apply sunscreen as sun could be scorching in noon.
Have also discovered a trail (with staircases)...More
In the morning the water tide is high up to 5 feet in the beach area. By noon when the tide is low you can walk maybe 1km out. During that time you can see all the corals , small aquatic animals, the rock formations...More
yes. the trails aren't too hard and it's easy to find your way around. but like all hikes, it's better to have a buddy with you for safety reasons. be careful of the monkeys and wild dogs if you decided to go to the trail... More
yes. the trails aren't too hard and it's easy to find your way around. but like all hikes, it's better to have a buddy with you for safety reasons. be careful of the monkeys and wild dogs if you decided to go to the trail that leads down to the beach from the lighthouse.