Great Asian Heritage – Malaysia
Multicultural acceptance has made Malaysia a gastronomical heaven. Malaysia is a home to hundreds of colourful festivals. It’s no doubt that we like & love celebrating and socialising. As a human being, Malaysians are very laid back, affectionate and friendly.
Geologically, Malaysia is as varied as its culture. There are two parts to the country, 11 states in the peninsula of Malaysia and two states on the northern part of Borneo. Calm hideaways are found in the highlands that roll down to warm, filthy beaches and rich humid mangroves. One of the Malaysia’s key charisma is its extreme contrasts. Towering skyscrapers look down upon wooden houses built on stilts, and five-star hotels sit several metres away from ancient reefs.
which you should visit in Malaysia.
In Malaysia, there are a lot of places for foreign tourists. Where you can enjoy the night life of mega cities, the gorgeous underwater world of the islands, or the flourishing tropical rainforests, Malaysia has all generous.
Kuala Lumpur is the main capital and largest city of Malaysia. It is located in the heart of Selangor state, in Peninsular Malaysia.
Kuala Lumpur is having attractions like:
Petronas Twin Towers (Suria KLCC), KL Tower, Petaling Street (Chinatown), National Museum, Central Market
Putrajaya is located in south of Kuala Lumpur, this recently urbanized city is the home to most of Malaysia’s government offices.
Interesting places are:
Perdana Putra, Putra Bridge, Putra Mosque, Seri Wawasan Bridge
Penang (or Pulau Pinang)
It is located on the northwest coast of Peninsular Malaysia; it is a paradise for civilization and food lovers. Be sure to try the famous Asam Laksa, Chinese Dim Sum, and other Chinese food.
Attractive places to visit:
George Town, Kek Lok Si Temple, Penang Bridge, Snake Temple, War Museum, Fort Cornwallis, Penang Hill
Malacca is an ancient and one of the oldest cities in Malaysia. It is famed for its rich history and multi-cultural population. Don’t forget to try some of the distinctive food such as Chicken Rice Ball, Satay Celup and other Peranakan delicacies.
Places to visit:
A’ Farmosa Fort, St. Paul Hill, Jonker’s Walk, Portuguese Settlement Village, Muzium Budaya, Poh San Teng temple
Underwater Glory & Islands World
Perhentian Islands (Pulau Perhentian)
The great Perhentian Island is situated in the state of Terengganu; it consists of 2 islands – Big Perhentian and Small Perhentian. Both the islands are part of the Pulau Redang National Marine Park. This place turns into heaven for scuba divers and snorkeling fans.
Interesting things you can do: Sunbathing, scuba diving, snorkeling, turtle and shark watching.
Sipadan Island (Pulau Sipadan)
This is a vastly voted and selected as one of the best diving spots in the world. It is located to the east of Tawau in Sabah state, this island was created by living corals growing on top of a dead volcano. This island has plenty rare diving scenes and there is also a mysterious turtle tomb underneath the island.
You will enforced to do some interesting things: Scuba diving, snorkeling, sunbathing
(Taman Negara) – National Park
Cover 3 states in Peninsular Malaysia namely Pahang, Kelantan and Terengganu. This park is habitat to some rare mammals such as Indochinese Tiger, the highly scarce Sumatran Rhinoceros, and Asian Elephant.
Interesting things: Enjoy the tropical rain forest, jungle trekking, bird watching, river views
(Taman Negara Kinabalu) – Kinabalu National Park
Located in Sabah, it covers around 750 square kilometers, surrounding the tallest mountain in Malaysia and South East Asia – Mount Kinabalu. One of the most popular tourist spots in Malaysia.
You will be thrilled while enjoying things: The tropical rain forest, jungle trekking
, mountain climbing, plants watching (home to rare plants such as Nepenthes rajah and Rafflesia)