A fatigued small fishing village on the southern tip with the island, Mukut features a rural charm that's really hard to beat, even on Tioman. The twin peaks from the island - the dragon's horns - tower in excess of the cluster of straightforward chalets and houses and also a stream flows as a result of the heart with the village. A somewhat rocky seaside offers way to patches of soft sand with the far eastern as well as western ends. Giant butterflies flutter away from small children on bicycles, monkeys jump from tree to tree within the jungle behind plus a check lizard slowly tends to make its way into the undergrowth.
For those that need to working experience tranquillity, nature as well as the regular village lifestyle, that is the area. The accommodation is easy, most chalets only have fans and cold showers and also the foods is traditional Malay fare. The spectacular Asah waterfall is actually a 45 minute stroll away and lots of Mukut resorts also offer you boat journeys there. It is possible to lease snorkelling gear while in the village and Mukut can also be the starting level for treks to scale the dragon's horns.