Naga Nasib or Naga Sejahtera is a dragon statue located in Yong Peng town, Batu Pahat Johor
With a length of 115 meters, it is said to be the longest dragon tunnel in the world.
The tunnel is located inside the Che Ann Khor Yong Peng Association Green Park in Taman Kota Impian, Yong Peng, Johor. Along the walls in the tunnel are various traditional paintings with various narrations in Malay, English and Mandarin.
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The Fortune Dragon or Prosperity Dragon is a dragon statue located in the Green Park of the Che Ann Khor Yong Peng Association, Taman Kota Impian, Yong Peng, Johor. Has a 106.9 meter long tunnel and is the longest dragon in the world and has a height range from 3.6 to 4.8 meters with 144 steps inside.
You can actually enter this dragon through its mouth, and walk the length of its body and finally exit its tail. Inside, the dragon’s air-conditioned “body” is decorated with 42 Chinese paintings. 24 paintings depict the teachings of Buddha and another 18 paintings depict the afterlife. Ancient Taoist folklore says that those who enter the dragon’s mouth and exit through its tail will enjoy good fortune and ward off evil.
The dragon statue is located on a 4-acre land purchased in 2012 by Che Ann Khor Yong Peng De Jiao Hui. A De Jiao Hui is a Society of Morals, a society dedicated to raising or improving one’s morals and principles rather than overt religious worship.
Fortune Dragon Yong Peng, 83700 Yong Peng, Johor
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