Pulau Kukup is the second largest uninhabited mangrove island in the world and is easily accessible from Kukup – a 150 year-old fishing village. The island is approximately 650ha and surrounded further by another 800ha of mudflats. Park facilities available include a boardwalk running right into the heart of the island, a suspension bridge and an airy that offers a bird’s eye view of the island. Kukup is essentially a fishing community known for its fish farms and seafood restaurants. There are three villages, which are also worth visiting owing to their rustic and charming ambience – the village of Air Masin, Kampung Melayu and Kukup Laut.