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Parit Jawa is a small fishing village tucked away on the western coast of the State of Johor, Malaysia. It has a wooden jetty where you can see one of the rarest storks in the world, the Lesser Adjutant (Leptoptilos javanicus).
There are a number of open-air seafood restaurants specialising in spicy fish recipes such as the famous Asam Fish. Asam fish is a type of dish where fish is cooked with tamarind (Asam) fruit juice. It is a great place for a short break from the fast pace city life.
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