Malaysia is one of the world's most stunning. In 2013, the beauty of this
country came to a total of 25,7 million Foreign visitors. Explore Malaysia' stop
ten tourist attractions. Find the best places to visit here, which you do not skip.
Plan your journey earlier to make your holiday enjoyable and fun. Decide
where you want to go, where to do things, where to stay, and how to get there.
1. Taman Negara
Exploring Taman Negara's genuinely tropical life. A prideful heritage is
predicted from the world's oldest rainforest, the Virgin Rain Forest 130 million
years old. Enjoy your tension and relax in the most stunning natural scenery.
Taman Negara National Park is the ideal location for those who enjoy the
wilderness, jungle cycling, hiking, mountain climbing, fishing, camping, etc. It
is well known as one of Malaysia's most popular ecotourism. Taman Negara
attracts every year thousands of travellers from around the world. There is an
average temperature of 30°C (86°F) in a tropical humid climate. It is open all
2. Perhentian Islands
Perhentian Islands are world-famous for their crystal clear beaches and water
throughout the world. The island and coral are relatively untouched and
popular tourist stops across Malaysia and this part of Asia. Play and walk
along the soft white beach, in areas with plenty of broken corals. The sea is
turquoise, with a clear crystal clear view, making Perhentian Island the best
place to snorkel in Malaysia. You can dive, snorkel, beach-play, and kayak all
3. Cameroon Highlands
Cameron Highlands has a mild climate with temperatures as high as 25
celsius, with a slightly lower level than 12 celsius. It has a size of 5,000 ft. and
is about twenty km east of Ipok, 150 km north of Kuala Lumpur. There are
several tea plantations at Cameron Highlands and the largest tea production
area is established. The region is also known for supplying Malaysia and
Singapore with a big supplier of vegetables.
4. Tioman Island
Tioman is an island off the eastern shore of Malaysia's Peninsula. The
wonders of the waters and corals of all kinds and colours surround it at 32
nautical miles from Pahang State. The tropical forest is surrounded by around
12,000 hectares with numerous mountain streams and cascades. As one of
the most stunning islands in the world in the 70s, Time Magazine picked
Tioman. In several categories, including families with small children,
luncheons, scuba divers, rockery, and explorers, Tioman is great for visitors.
You can enter the island directly by air from KLIA or by land to Mersing jetty or
Kuala Rompin by ferry to the island.
5. Mount Kinabalu
The highest peak in South East Asia, Mount Kinabalu with its height of 4,095
m is one of Asia's most popular climbing destinations. It is also one of the
world's safest and most triumphant peaks. Located 85km north-east and as far
away from the west coast of Kota Kinabalu. The biodiversity, vegetation, and
geology of this World Heritage. Besides many others such as orangutans, and
fine dive sites, Mount Kinabalu is one of the major attractions in Sabah.
In the Andaman Sea, on Malaysia's Westerly coast, Langkawi is an
archipelago of 99 islands. The magnificent nature of this island has white
beaches, jungle-covered hills, and paddy fields. The legend of Mahsuri is also
famous. If you have limited time to spend in Langkawi, pick many places to
do, including Island Hopping at Dayang Bunting and Pulau Payar Marine Park,
Gunung Mat Chingcang, Mangrove River Cruise, Crocodile Farm, and many
more, for example, the steepest cable car in Gunung Mat Chingcang,
Mangrove River Cruise and other activities.
George Town is a city of UNESCO World Heritage, architecture, and culture
special place. To this day, it conserves many colonial buildings. In your limited
exploration time, there are so many areas to cover. Some places are worth
noting, including Penang Hill, the Temple of Snake, Kek Lok Si Temple, the
Temple of Dhammikarma Burmese, War Chaiyanabgalaram, the Temple of
Gurney, and Batu Feringgi. Also popular as a food paradise is Penang. You
will taste some of Penang Rojak, Pasembur, Char K way Teow, Asam Laksa,
Nasi Kandar, and many others.
The city of Malacca is UNESCO World Patrimony. Malacca, a state rich in
history and tourism, is one of Malaysia's smaller states. You can see various
places of history, such as Christ Church, Stadthuys, St. Paul's Hill, Dutch Fort,
Portuguese City, etc. It is situated 145 kilometres from Kuala and 240
kilometres from Singapore. It is easily reached via the PLUS Highway, making
Singaporeans, foreign tourists, and local tourists a popular destination.
Putrajaya has been established in 1999 by the Federal Management Center of
Malaysia. The town includes all government offices including the Office of the
Prime Minister. This is Malaysia's greenest area, with its modern and unique
architecture and structure with a surface of 650 hectares. Boat cruises are a
must in the Putrajaya region, where most of the lovely scenery can be found
through the beautiful waters and humid areas. The Botanical Garden or
Agriculture Heritage Park of Putrajaya has tropical plants, including traditional
crops such as rubber, palm oil, pig fruit, cacao, herbs, and species.
10. Kuala Lumpur
The capital city is Kuala Lumpur and Malaysia's largest gateway. It connects
with the world via its famous International Airport Kuala Lumpur, which is
approximately 40 km from the City Centre. The centre of Malaysia's economy
and culture in Kuala Lumpur. In Kuala Lumpur, there is a lot you can do, from
the famous Petronas Twin Tower to the Dataran Merdeka Sultan Abdul
Samad History Building. See Batik printing and visit Batu Caves,