As we walked on the boardwalk, we saw a tall dark shadow, hmm, could it be the temple of doom in Kukup?
The view from the top was excellent, the whole world was green with mangrove tree tops and laced with little brown rivers.
And the next thing you'll see is a ribbon of a wooden bridge that leads into the Kukup mangrove swamp island. Tread on the boards lightly to enter the swamp..
Apparently, there are as many types of fish you can find in a kukup kelong as there are vegetables in a salad bar. Here's an unfortunate nurse shark that got hauled by the fisherman...
There are some shops in the town centre for you to do some simple shopping, and buying groceries for you stay in Kukup.
Most of the trips to Kukup are usually day trips. However if you want to spend a night or two here, there are domitories which are relatively clean and cheap.
There are kelongs located off the shores of Kukup whereby many varieties of fishes are being farmed traditionally as food.
If your arrive in Kukup a wee bit early and not ready for lunch yet, take a boat ride to the Kelong- where they breed fish, mussels, etc.