Being a Malaysian and just being made aware of the existence in this country of such a landmark for the whole of mainland Asian continent , I really had the urge to personally visit there and set foot on this particular spot being the southernmost tip of the said continent !
And so the journey started, on one late afternoon after the rain somewhat cleared up, we departed from Johor Bahru around 5pm and managed to reach Tg Piai about 6.15pm
Was meant to be just a short visit and I really wanted to take a snapshot at the famous signboard or the usually spotted 'globe' signifying the all-important spot (the southernmost tip)
Weather was very cooling as it was just after a significant downpour and walking along the boardwalk under the shady trees is just simply fresh and relaxing.
Cant help but noticing garbage being irresponsibly discarded here and there (or could it be the work of wild monkeys there ?)
When finally reached the spot proclaiming itself as the southernmost tip... quite shocked to find the decorative huge globe has been displaced from its supposed platform and has rolled off to a corner and the place which is supposed to be a tourist attraction looks like an abandoned place... Hopefully this has just happened and repair works will be undertaken promptly
All in all, the trip was all done within 45 mins... but for those who have more time, they could venture into other trails leading to other areas in the 'national park' which includes a fishing jetty etc
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