Places To Visit When You Are In Malaysia


Malaysia is a country of rich colonial infrastructure, amazing parks, beaches, ultra-modern skyscrapers, lush greenery, and beautiful tea plantation. In its culture and foods, you will find the influence of Chinese, Malay, and Indian culture.

It is the ultimate travel destination to explore fantastic and attractive places. This country offers a perfect blend of modern amenities and natural habitats.

If you are planning a tour to Malaysia, do not forget to explore these exotic places.

Kuala Lumpur

When you first see this city, it looks like a city crowned with traffic, skyscrapers and malls. To experience the real Kuala Lumpur, you have to go a little bit deep into this fantastic city, then you will find an attractive food market called Connaught garden food market which is a place of Nepalese curry houses and Indian thali kitchens.

Your eyes will be gloom with exotic sights of Petronas Towers, the Perdana Lake Gardens and the Menara KL towers. Apart from the eye-catching view of the cityscape, don’t forget to visit Batu caves and other incredible Islamic art institutions.

When you first see this city, it looks like a city crowned with traffic, skyscrapers and malls. To experience the real Kuala Lumpur, you have to go a little bit deep into this fantastic city, then you will find an attractive food market called Connaught garden food market which is a place of Nepalese curry houses and Indian thali kitchens.

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Your eyes will be gloom with exotic sights of Petronas Towers, the Perdana Lake Gardens and the Menara KL towers. Apart from the eye-catching view of the cityscape, don’t forget to visit Batu caves and other incredible Islamic art institutions.

When you first see this city, it looks like a city crowned with traffic, skyscrapers and malls. To experience the real Kuala Lumpur, you have to go a little bit deep into this fantastic city, then you will find an attractive food market called Connaught garden food market which is a place of Nepalese curry houses and Indian thali kitchens.

Your eyes will be gloom with exotic sights of Petronas Towers, the Perdana Lake Gardens and the Menara KL towers. Apart from the eye-catching view of the cityscape, don’t forget to visit Batu caves and other incredible Islamic art institutions.

Penang

This pioneer city of Georgetown is listed in UNESCO World Heritage Sites because of its spectacular museum, ancient houses, a fort constructed on the seaside and exotic street foods.

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Due to smoky Cantonese kitchens, blue –color mansions depict the spectacular architecture of the 19th century and the remnants of the British period, Penang is considered to be the best place to visit in Southeast Asia. Gurney Drive in Penang is a perfect waterfront that is beaded with delicious stalls for having the enjoyable experience of Malay, Chinese, and Indian foods.

Malacca

Do not compare Malacca to George Town as Malacca is a small town in comparison to George Town and has stunning cultural and historical sites. In 2008, UNESCO declared Malacca as a World Heritage Site.

Portuguese egg tarts, chicken rice rolls, satay setup, and coconut shakes are its famous street foods.

Langkawi

Langkawi is located in the northwest of Malaysia and is a perfect island destination due to its fantastic tourist infrastructure. People also call it version of Phuket, an exotic island in Thailand.

Langkawi has Malaysia’s largest indoor Aquarium, cable car and the bridges that give a stunning view of this island. 

Erosion-smoothed sand of Pantai Kok brings you more towards nature and watersports of iconic beach Pantai Cenang give you a remarkable experience.

Cameron Highlands

William Cameron, a British surveyor, discovered this place in 1885 since then it is a favourite tourist spot. After getting upset from tropical climates, you feel relaxed and fresh in the appreciating cold environment of these mountains. Its glared greenery and beautiful tea plantation give you optimal enjoyment. This place is blessed with strawberry farms, butterfly gardens, and flower greenhouses. The climate of Cameron Highlands is most suitable for growing vegetables and producing honey.

Perhentian Islands

Perhentian, a small Archipelago, is one of the best places to visit in Malaysia that is located on the coast of Terengganu. This coral surrounded the island, Perhentian is divided into two islands Besar, a small island and kecil, a big island. Please take advantage of relaxing in its crystal clear shallow water that laps against the shore. Apart from this, scuba diving, snorkeling, and canoeing are some of the thrilling activities to do on this incredible island.

Exotic and stunning views of Pinnacle and Sugar Wreck prove a perfect site to get a fabulous experience.

Tioman Island

To visit this incredible island, you can pick a daily bus to Mersing jetty and after that take a boat to this heavenly place on the peninsula- Tioman island. Tioman also gives you a way to visit some other amazing beaches that are bounded by exotic jungles.

Its abundant nature and stunning scenery make this island different from other island destinations.

Gunung Mulu National Park

This park attracts people across Asia who visit this fantastic place for trekking, caving and experiencing the natural beauty. Gunung Mulu gets its name after Mount Mulu. You can visit the peak of this mountain after the trekking of 24 kilometres that initially starts from park headquarters.

This park is home to millions of bats living in caves. Sarawak Chamber is the world’s largest cave chamber of 600 meters long situated at a thrilling height of 115 meters.

The park’s other exciting attractions are mountain biking in Kayaking and skywalk on the 500-meter extended canopy.

Ipoh

Ipoh is the third-largest city of Malaysia known for its colonial architecture and its traditional cuisine that is a perfect blend of flavors of Chinese, Malay, and Indian foods. It’s also a fantastic place to visit Chinese shophouses, concubine lane, and pop-up stalls.

Street art drawn on buildings depicts its rich heritage. Do not forget to thrill yourself taking rides at the Sunway Lost World Tambun.

Best time to visit Malaysia

As Malaysia has a tropical monsoon climate, most of the time throughout the year, the climate of Malaysia is hot and humid. So the preferable period to visit Malaysia is from December to April.

Conclusion

If you are planning a break from the busy schedule, then Malaysia is a fascinating country that entertains, provides adventure, relaxes and refreshes you. You must explore all the stunning places given above.

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