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MALAYSIA

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Malaysia Attractions

Putrajaya City Tour

Putrajaya City Tour

Experience the beauty of Putrajaya, the home of the Malaysian government. Drive around some of Putrajaya’s impressive buildings and parks, including the lakeside park of Taman Wawasan and the pink domes of Putra Mosque.

Independence Square

Independence Square

Independence Square, also known as Dataran Merdeka, is a historical and symbolic site located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It holds significant importance in Malaysia's history as it was the location where the country's independence was declared on August 31, 1957.

Sunway Lagoon Theme Park

Sunway Lagoon Theme Park

If you are looking for an experience complete with fun and excitement, you must visit The Sunway Lagoon Theme Park in Malaysia. The place is apt for tourists of all age groups as it has a wide variety of attractions. Spend an entire day with family and friends.

Petronas Twin Towers

Petronas Twin Towers

Walk the Skybridge that links the Petronas Twin Towers and look down on Kuala Lumpur from high above the city streets with admission to the towers' Observation Deck.

Borneo Island

Borneo Island

Borneo is the third-largest island in the world and the largest in Asia. At the geographic centre of Maritime Southeast Asia, in relation to major Indonesian islands, it is located north of Java, west of Sulawesi, and east of Sumatra. Borneo is also home to the famous Bornean pygmy elephant and the Bornean sun bear, which are both the smallest elephant and bear species in the world respectively.

Batu Caves

Batu Caves

Take in the impressive sights at Batu Caves. It is a must-see attraction for anyone visiting Kuala Lumpur. The rainbow of colours from the Hindu temple mixed with the backdrop of the limestone caves provides a spectacular site to be seen. A colossal gold-painted statue of Murugan, made from reinforced concrete and 140 feet (42.7 metres) in height, stands near the base of a flight of 272 steps.

Ipoh

Ipoh

The city is known in Malaysia for its Ipoh white coffee, in which the coffee beans are roasted with palm-oil margarine and the resulting coffee is served with condensed milk. Ipoh is also known for its fresh fruits such as pomelo, durian and seedless guava. Ipoh is the home of Ipoh nasi kandar or Nasi Vanggey. Also experience the region's cave temples.

The National Mosque

The National Mosque

The National Mosque of Malaysia, also known as Masjid Negara, is a prominent religious and architectural landmark located in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Melaka River Cruise

Melaka River Cruise

This cruise ride takes you through many famous historical landmarks and is locally referred to as “Venice of the East”. The Annual Malacca River Festival can also be enjoyed while cruising along in which numerous boat races and Canoe marathons are hosted.

KL Tower Observation Deck

KL Tower Observation Deck

Enjoy sweeping views over Kuala Lumpur from the KL Tower Observation Deck. The enclosed deck provides 360-degree views. You can also stop at the Sky Deck, which perches more than 1,000 feet high at the top of the tower.

Kota Kinabalu

Kota Kinabalu

Kota Kinabalu is a treasure trove of adventure and wonder. Travellers of this city can choose to explore from lush rainforests, crystal clear waters, stunning mountain peaks, to the contemporary landscape of the city's architecture and heritage.

Langkawi Sky Bridge Walk

Langkawi Sky Bridge Walk

Enjoy cooling breeze at the top of Mount Machinchang. Take the cable car and experience this beautiful journey to the peak of the mountain and be amazed with the breathtaking 360 panoramic views of Langkawi island, adventure walk on the Sky Bridge.

Kings Palace

Kings Palace

The King's Palace in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, is known as the Istana Negara. It serves as the official residence of the Yang di-Pertuan Agong, the king of Malaysia.

Malacca

Malacca

Malacca is noted for its unique history and it is one of the major tourist destinations in Malaysia. With a highly strategic state position for international trade routes, Malacca was once a well-known international trade centre in the East. Enjoy the stunning spots, delicious foods, cool music, and rich history by visiting Melaka from Singapore by bus, which is the safest and the most comfortable mode of journey.

Cameron Highlands

Cameron Highlands

Cameron Highlands is the most popular of the highland retreats in Malaysia. Located at almost 2,000 meters at its highest point, Camerons offers visitors a moderate climate with daytime temperatures averaging around 25°C and 18°C at night. This makes the environment conducive for growing continental plants, fruits and vegetables while providing a cool escape for city-dwellers.

Penang Hill Funicular Tram

Penang Hill Funicular Tram

The Penang Hill funicular railway is 2km long and is one of the longest funicular tracks in Asia. Marvel at the panoramic views on the way to the top. The top of Penang hill is home to numerous attractions like the Owl Museum and the Sky Walk.

The National Monument

The National Monument

The National Monument is a prominent landmark that commemorates the sacrifices of those who lost their lives in Malaysia's struggle for freedom and independence, particularly during World War II and the Malayan Emergency. The monument includes a large bronze sculpture depicting a group of soldiers in various poses, representing unity, strength, and sacrifice. It is a significant historical and patriotic site in Kuala Lumpur.

Sarawak

Sarawak

Sarawak is one of the two Malaysian states on the island of Borneo, situated in Southeast Asia. It is known for its rich cultural diversity, natural beauty, and unique attractions.

Genting Highland

Genting Highland

Get out of the city for a day at Genting Highlands on this excursion from Kuala Lumpur. A hill resort north of KL, Genting Highlands is home to an indoor theme park, shopping complex, restaurants, and more, which you can enjoy at your leisure. Take the cable car ride up the hill and indulge in some beautiful scenery while climbing up. Pamper yourself in one of the spa's or ride your luck in the casino.

Legoland Malaysia

Legoland Malaysia

LEGOLAND Malaysia Resort is a popular family-friendly theme park and resort located in Iskandar Puteri, Johor, Malaysia. It is part of the global LEGOLAND franchise and offers a wide range of attractions, rides, and entertainment options.

Kilim Karst Geoforest Park

Kilim Karst Geoforest Park

The Kilim Karst Geoforest Park is a unique and ecologically diverse nature reserve located in Langkawi, Malaysia. It is part of the larger UNESCO-listed Langkawi Geopark, which encompasses a range of geological, ecological, and cultural features.

Tioman Island

Tioman Island

Tioman Island is a stunning tropical paradise located off the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia. It is renowned for its natural beauty, crystal-clear waters, lush rainforests, and vibrant marine life.

Taman Negara

Taman Negara

Taman Negara, which translates to "National Park" in Malay, is one of the oldest rainforests in the world and a popular ecotourism destination in Malaysia. It covers a vast area spanning three states: Pahang, Kelantan, and Terengganu.

Georgetown Penang

Georgetown Penang

Georgetown, on Penang Island, is the must-visit spot of Malaysia. The stunning colonial streets of Georgetown are a center for culture, street art, and the country's best street food. The differences between Chinese houses and skyscrapers, side by side, give this town a unique atmosphere.

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Best Time To travel

Peninsular Malaysia (West Coast)

Dry Season - December to February

This is the best time to visit the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia, including destinations like Kuala Lumpur, Penang, and Langkawi. The weather is generally dry and pleasant, making it suitable for outdoor activities and sightseeing.

Borneo (Sabah and Sarawak)

Dry Season - March to October

This is generally the best time to visit Borneo, including places like Kota Kinabalu, Sandakan, and Kuching. The weather is relatively dry, and wildlife sightings in places like Sepilok and Kinabatangan are more likely.

 

Monsoon Season:

Southwest Monsoon - May to September

During this time, the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia experiences heavy rainfall, especially from June to August. This is not the best time for beach destinations on the west coast.

 

Northeast Monsoon - November to March

The east coast of Peninsular Malaysia and parts of Borneo experience heavy rainfall during these months. Beach destinations on the east coast are affected by this monsoon.

Currency

Malaysian Ringgit (MYR)

 

Time Zone

Coordinated Universal Time (UTC+8)

 

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