This video shows location attraction places in Pasir Gudang and Kong Kong for eco tourism. Let's look!
Monday, 2 June 2014
Homestay is a form of tourism and/or study abroad that allows a visitor to rent a room from a local family in a homelike setting. At Pasir Gudang, there are lot of homestay around here prepared for those who come and want to feel village environment and doing some activities with locals.
- Homestay Kg Pasir Puteh
- Homestay Kg Perigi Acheh
Sunday, 1 June 2014
Kampung Pasir Putih is a village in Pasir Gudang, Johor Bahru, Johor, Malaysia. This village was established in 1920, along with three other villages and is the only one that still exists today in Pasir Gudang. The primary sectors that contribute to the economy of this village are agriculture and commerce. Malays, Indonesians and Pakistanis are the main residents of this village (the latter two work in the nearby factory).
Kampung Pasir Putih be the focus for those who wish to dine a wide range of seafood dishes and cooking recipes. While enjoying the view of the Tebrau Straits and the Singapore waterfront, visitors are free to choose a variety of recipes provided east or west. There are two popular seafood restaurants located here. i.e. Pasir Putih Seafood and Kedai Makan Rahmat.
Kampung Pasir Putih Entrance
Advantages of Homestay
When you are traveling or visiting a place, have you ever thought of living homestay than a hotel? While no doubt there who want the comfort offered by a hotel that has branches all over the place. However, living in a homestay is not only to provide variety, customer service even more special than in the hotel.
Here are five (5) advantages compared this homestay.
Compared to hotels, homestays will be refurbished according to the personality of its owner. Or a source of inspiration. Each room can be decorated as creative as possible. So, you will feel like your second home.
When you live in a homestay, your costs can be reduced by more than 60% because of room for two average priced at RM150 while the homestay allows you to stay for the whole family - 3 rooms. There are some homestay, they will charge a very low price since they prefer to receive the guests and not concerned with big returns.
3. Quiet and beautiful environment
Most of the places where lies the homestay is a tourist attraction even close to port or educational institutions such as universities and boarding schools. Like we said, homestay promising a peaceful because it's like your second home.
Often, the owner of the homestay will do activities like cleaning the house, preparing breakfast even help lift your bag. Indirectly, you can foster friendship among homestay owners.
5. Distinctive Story
There are many reasons a homestay created. Some take the opportunities available. Like us, we want to capture the experience, the inspiration that we have obtained. Moreover, it is a way for us to tell the history of our family and share experience with you.
Monday, 5 May 2014
The Sarang Buaya (Crocodile’s Nest) which is under the administration of Pasir Gudang Municipal Council. A total of 12 pools were built to accommodate the 592 estuarine crocodiles of various sizes which will be preserved and showcased to visitors within the area. Sarang Buaya Pasir Gudang is ‘The First Saltwater Crocodile Sanctuary in Malaysia’ is an Eco Tourism site developed in a mangrove swamp reserve adjacent to the Tanjung Langsat Port. We are under Majlis Perbandaran Pasir Gudang administration since 19th February 2009.
Come face to face with more than 100 Crocodylus Porosus or better known as Saltwater Crocodile or their local name called Buaya Tembaga in a 3.237 Hectares (8 acres) landscape setting in a natural habitat breeding enclosure and perfectly man-made sanctuary ponds carved out for the creatures. The Saltwater Crocodile is known to be the largest and the most ferocious amongst 23 known crocodile species. Click here to more information.
- Address : Sarang Buaya Pasir Gudang, Kompleks Perindustrian Tanjung Langsat, 81707 Pasir Gudang, Johor
- Phone : 07 - 2517208, 07 - 2516901
- Faks : 07 - 2517121
- Email : email@example.com
Entrance Gate Sarang Buaya
Variety of Crocodile
Sunday, 4 May 2014
That’s a new cruise in Kong Kong. These cruise bring tourist with tour guide to round around the kong kong. Can see mangrove tree and island for do camping. For entrance fee is RM 25.00 per person and about two hours cruise bring to round. For more information Click here.
- Address : Eco Tours Masai, 81760 Masai, Johor Darul Takzim
- Contact Number : 013 - 7235350
- Facebook : Kg Kongkong Laut -Eco Tourism
Kong Kong Eco Tourism Cruise
Some tourist when cruise around Kong Kong sea
Kong Kong is a small village near Pasir Gudang, Johor Bahru Malaysia. Kong Kong is a haven for anglers and sea sports enthusiasts with the waterfront providing a perfect setting. It is also famous for its seafood. The quiet and tranquil setting of the sea front adds to the romantic dinners here, especially popular with young people from Johor Bahru and Singapore.
Land activities at Kong Kong tourist can do is :
- Visit Charchoal House
- Mini Golf
- Mini Guava Orchard
- Traditional Games
- Village Tour
- Catch Crab
- Catch Prawn
- Walk in Mangarove
|Signboard Kampong Nelayan Kong Kong|
|Activity tourist when come is walk in mangrove|
Wood charcoal is the largest in Johor in the village of Kong-Kong Sea. Activity charcoal is revenue for local Malay race. Originally, charcoal is created by the Malays but was leased to the Chinese and to date remains the same operators of the Chinese nation.
The Process of Charcoal Stemming
Main Charcoal Factory