Parit Jawa Fishing Village
Located on the Strait of Malacca includes Parit Jawa fishing village, 15 kilometres south of Muar town, a charming laid-back village that is filled with tranquillity and peace. The village is surrounded by many wooden fishing boats that goes out to the sea to come back with delectable seafood that are served on your dining table.
San Chai Temple 善才爷庙
The Parit Unas (南亭寺) Nán Tíng Sì Temple was founded by late Dato Kor Thian Peng, the temple's medium who was touted to be the foster son of late Johor Sultan for their close relationship ever since the medium helped to cure an illness of a Johor Sultan royal family member and conferred the Johor datukship award. According to legend, the temple divine deity god had protected devotees who seek to hide in the temple during 1969 May 13 racial riots and has in many occasions helps many devotees from near and far especially, driving flocks of local and Singapore to throng the temple to worship especially during the birthday of the divine god, San Chai Yeah(善才爷) on the 23rd day of the 1st moon of Chinese lunar calendar (around January/February after Chinese New Year) every year. A Chinese primary school adjacent to the temple, SRJKC San Chai was built with the Sultan's donation and operates with the aids of the temple.
Source: Wiki Muar (Town)
We checked into Avillion Port Dickson Water Chalet which is designed like a traditional Malay fishing village. This luxurious resort offers rooms built on stilts above the sea and the rooms offer a private balcony with views of the Malacca Straits.
Activities include relaxing at Avi Spa, BBQ dinner, visiting pet farm withing the resort, KTV @The Jungle Fringe Karaoke & Bar, and fireworks!
Check out our video of FUN below!
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