Tanjung Piai National Park is situated on the southern-most tip of mainland Asia. Its name is derived from an indigenous wild fern, ‘Piai Raya’ or Acrostichum aureum and ‘Piai Iasa’ or A.speciosum. It is famous as a feeding ground for migratory birds like the Sandpiper, Whimbrel, Common Redshank, Greenshank and Grey Plover (‘Pluvialis squatarola’). It has also been gazetted as a World RAMSAR site. Besides migratory birds, it is also a haven for mangrove crabs, mudskippers and crab-eating macaques.
I went to Tanjung Piai National Park with Ayares151 and Yanicd last month doing some sunset there. But, unfortunately there was no sunset there. Unlucky for us; wrong logistic actually… for sure if we want to shot the sunrise that is the right place but for sunset nothing can we shot there. The only thing can be photograph is mangrove trees. I really liked the mangove trees and the waves. The sun on the sky was far behind and cover with the mangove. That why it’s not the right place to go to photograph sunset.
Actually, this is my first time went to Tanjung Piai; credit for Ayares151 invited me to join him to shot there. If you guy see at the photo, me myself at the center. I just use my tripod and shot directly using timer.. hahaha…. Felt enjoy and happy because I’m standing at the Southernmost Tip of Mainland Asia. Don’t be jealous ya.
RASSO: ENJOY THE OUTING