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View of the famous Pulau Kukup  (Kukup Island),   the world's largest mangrove trees (Bakau tree) area with a total of 1,645 acres,   locally known as Si Ka Pa   (In Hokkien Four Square Land or The square area).   The island situated right in front of the mainland and is now a protected area.   Without any inhabitant, the island is occupied by poison snakes and wild boars.

Pulau Kukup is a mangrove island located at about   1 Km offshore from the mainland town of Kukup Laut,  at the  South-western  region of the  state of  Johor,   and towards    North-west    of   Tanjung   Piai,    Peninsular Malaysia.  It is a small mangrove island (approximately 647.2 ha) surrounded by mudflats (about 800 ha).  The mudflats  extend  up to a few  Kilometres  on the  West  and Northwest of the island.

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Former Headmaster of Ken Boon Chinese Primary School, Kukup and Present Headmaster of Chong Hwa Chinese Primary School, Rengit, Batu Pahat, Johor.

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