Malaysia’s top 10 attractions and sights

 

Malaysia boasts a splendid combination of busy cities, laid beaches, and green mountains. So regardless of your kind of holiday, see our list of the best places in the Malaysia Tour Package to see if you want to go on the perfect journey:

 

1. Kuala Lumpur

 Regardless of if you’re only going through KL or intend to stay longer, you’re busy. The Petronas Towers in Malaysia should be on the list of everybody to do as the Burj Khalifa’s country! They have multicolored wells at their foundation, which live at night, with a park nearby (and Petronas Towers selfies!). They are a lovely place for lunch. Go to Petaling Lane, Chinatown, Kuala Lumpur, if you want anything more traditional. The best Chinese food you ever had, all available 24 hours a day, you’ll discover. There are also several small shops that sell cheap clothing and drinks.

  

2. Cameron Highlands

 Escape Kuala Lumpur’s insanity and head towards Cameron Highlands, a region that the British once inhabited. Over time it has become more and more popular with tourists and locals, so among all the lush greenery there are a few mega-resorts, but it is still a worth visiting spot. The cooler weather favored by the British is unexpectedly the place to make tea in the highlands.

  

3. Batu Caves

 That wide calcareous cave lies just over 10 kilometers to the north of Kuala Lumpur. The cellars were first discovered in the western world when they were found in 1878 by American William Hornaday. Since 1890 when a statue of Lord Murugan was put in the Temple Cave (the only cave that can enter) was a Hindu shrine. There is daily prayer at 8:30 a.m. and at 4:30 p.m. On step 204 of the 272, you can find the Dark Cave. You will watch bats (and spiders possibly) while walking through a 45-minute tour of a 2,5 Km stretch of caves.

  

4. Blue Mansion

 This splendid blue building in Penang is difficult to miss. It was constructed in the 1880s and now operates as a huge, 38-room, heritage hotel. It was designed for Cheong Fatt Tze, a Chinese businessman who has unbelievably successfully established in East Asia. We recommend the one-hour tour to book a room, which will demonstrate the best of its beautifulation and design if you don’t want to book a room there. Tours take place every day at 11, 14 and 15.30 h.

  

5. Langkawi

 In the crystal-clear waters of the Andaman Sea, the Sunning Langkawi is an archipelago of 99 isles. The entire region is popular with tourists but not overdeveloped yet. There are many places to stay. In the typical villages, you can choose from larger hotels or stores. A trip in the Langkawi SkyCab, a cable car that traverses Gunung Machinchang in 20 minutes is one of the most famous items on Langkawi Island. You have wonderful views from the cable car, so be sure to pack your camera. The island has lovely beaches with turquoise waters and tropical jungle inland, perfect for walks.

 

 6. Khoo Kongsi

 It is one of the most imposing buildings in George Town and one of the largest in China. It is also one of the largest in Malaysia and is exceptionally well maintained. The theatres, the official association buildings, and rowing halls are built around the central square, as is traditional with the clans.

  

7. Sipadan

 Sipadan is one of the favorite snorkeling and divers’ locations in the world. It first arose when corals have attached thousands of years ago to an extinct volcano. Hundreds of coral species and thousands of different kinds of fish continue to exist. Sipadan has a lot of liveaboards, dive resorts, and over 40 dive destinations so that it can be a holiday in Malaysia. It isn’t possible to stay on the island itself, so stay in close proximity to Mabul or Kapalai.

  

8. A Famosa

 Built-in the early 1500s by the Portuguese, this historic site in Malacca is a symbol of the past of the area. The name A Famosa in Portuguese refers to the famous. The Dutch, then the British who rehabilitated and maintained the fortress, were taken over when the Portuguese were ousted. It is now one of the oldest examples of Southeast Asian European architecture.

 

 9. Fraser’s Hill

 For Malaysia’s beautiful landscape, head to Fraser’s Hill in the area of Kuala Lumpur, about two hours north. It was originally a hill resort occupied by British colonists, probably chosen due to its cooler climate, and now an excellent spot for walking and walking. There are many interesting sites on the way up, including the base town of Kuala Kubu Bharu, the Fraser clock tower, the Sunday Chilling waterfall, and the enormous Sungai Selangor dam.

  

10. Central Market

 Dragon Mart meets Sharjah Blue Souq, the Kuala Lumpur Central Market, with over 300 stores selling art, drinks, jewelry, apparel, and more. It is located in 1928 art-deco-style building near Petaling Street if you want to know where to buy all sorts of souvenirs in Malaysia. Some treasures can be found in the trash. See the annex to the market, a special area for artists’ studios and galleries, and enjoy street cuisine during a visit.

 

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