Places to visit in Malaysia
Malaysia is one of the best tourist destinations in the world. Malaysia showcases an exquisite blend of flora and fauna with a rapid technological growth. Starting from tropical islands to hill stations, beaches to national parks, world’s oldest tropical rainforest to the most high-tech city of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia is one of the most self sufficient countries in the world.
Some of the major Malaysia Tourist Attractions are listed below:
- Petronas Twin Towers:
The twin towers of Kuala Lumpur were the tallest towers in the world during the period of 1998-2004. These towers are the landmark of Kuala Lumpur, the capital city of Malaysia.
- Sunway Lagoon Theme Park:
Sunway Lagoon Theme park is an amusement Park in Malaysia. It was started on 29th April, 1993. It is 20 minutes away from Kuala Lumpur and is Malaysia's first water theme park. The shopping mall in the park is known as Pyramid, which adds to the exciting activities inside the park.
- Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah Mosque:
This is the largest mosque in South East Asia. Surrounded by the great lake of Shah Alam, Beautiful Islamic architecture and the peaceful surrounding makes it a must visit tourist destination in Malaysia.
Malaysia has innumerable tourist attractions. Listed below are the most important Malaysia Tourist Places to visit
- Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur is the capital of Malaysia. It is a unique blend of modern lifestyle along with a touch of ethnicity preserving its culture. Some of the interesting places to visit and explore are Petronas Twin Tower, Menara KL Tower, Batu Caves, Chinatown, Central Market, Little India, Central Market and Kuala Lumpur Bird Park.
- Cameroon Highlands
Cameroon Highlands is named after William Cameron in 1885. It is one of the major after tourist spot in Malaysia. Surrounded by beautiful hills and green valley, Cameroon is a perfect get away from the city life.
White Rajahs and Orangutan are the major attractions of Sarawak. It is located in the island of Borneo, some of the major tourist attractions are exploring Niah National Park, Mulu National Park, Pinnacles, The Sunday Open Market, The Sarawak Cultural Village, Caves of Sarawak and Santubong Fishing Village.
Mostly populated by chinese community, travellers could find incence and temples everywhere in Penang. The ‘must-do” items includes trying out full varieties of our local foods, site seeing world heritage architechtures, sun-bathing at the beautiful Batu Ferringhi beach as well as exploring the ‘spicy’ little Indian street.
- Taman Negara
With the thick rainforest surrounding you, try jungle trekking, tracking elephants with your leech-proof boots. kayaking and overnight at Kenyir Lake. Fishing and exploring the National Park at Endao Rompin.
- Pulau Redang, Perhentian, Kapas or Tioman
These east coastal islands are best for snorkeling, scuba diving, photographing live corals and sunsetting. You can also witness turtles laying eggs at sea shore if you are lucky.
This historical city has many ancient architectures and cultures, herited from the Portugese, Netherland, and Spanish. Travellers could learn more on the local Papa and Nyonya community.