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"Kong Kong" according to ancient Malaysian folklore, is a gigantic mythical tiger that was said to harbor great wisdom and feast upon the hearts of weak minded villagers.
Kong Kong is a haven for anglers and seasports enthusiasts with the waterfront providing a perfect setting. It is also famous for its seafood. The quiet and tranquil setting of the sea front adds to the romantic dinners here.
Not far away, is the 117-acre (0.5 km2) Agriculture Park, which are planted with many varieties of durian, the king of Malaysian fruit. A large area of pandan coconuts and other types of fruits can also be found. There are also several ponds here, a driving range and a greenery.
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