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  Malaysia Places to Visit

 

Selamat Datang' is the traditional Malaysian greeting that welcomes visitors to this vibrant and exotic country. Ethnically diverse cultures share the same lush landscape and create a fusion of cultural styles, cooking and religions that is distinctly Malaysian. Festivals throughout the year mark the Malay, Chinese and Indian holidays, as well as those of the indigenous Orang Asli and the tribes of Sabah and Sarawak.

Malaysia is a country with two distinct parts. Peninsula Malaysia constitutes the long fringe of land, extending down from Asia, which borders Thailand and Singapore. The South China Sea separates the mainland from the less populated East Malaysian provinces of Sabah and Sarawak. The dense jungles of Sabah and Sarawak support abundant plant and wildlife and Mt Kinabalu in Sabah stakes its claim as the highest peak in South East Asia.

Kuala Lumpur
 

More than any other spot in the country, Kuala Lumpur, or "KL" as it is commonly known, is the focal point of new Malaysia. The city's bustling streets, its shining, modern office towers, and its cosmopolitan air project an unbounded spirit of progress and symbolize Malaysia's unhesitating leap into the future.

Kuala Lumpur is an extremely intriguing city where one can spend several days and nights viewing the sights, sampling the cuisine, shopping for unique items, exploring the tropical environs, and -- perhaps most importantly -- getting to know the Malaysian people, who are particularly friendly and congenial. It is a most worthwhile stop on any Southeast Asian itinerary.

The many intriguing sights to visit and terrific shopping are just a couple of the popular things to do during travel in Kuala Lumpur. One of the most well-known sights in the country are the Petronas Twin Towers in the center of the city and are one of the more contemporary curiosities of the world. Animated, kaleidoscopic and exotic are great ways to describe this seemingly never-ending city. From the limestone Batu Caves to the exceptional inner city temples tourists often leave Kuala Lumpur Malaysia tired yet extremely satisfied with all there is to see and do.

 
 
Genting Highlands
 

A magnificent hilltop city is the perfect way to describe the Genting Highlands Malaysia. Only 50km’s from Kuala Lumpur, the Genting Highlands is a revered family destination that keeps kids and adults busy with many events and things to do. Offering a unique and quiet getaway from the often frantic pace of larger cities, a Genting Highland vacation can be the perfect way to spend quality time with your family.

A Genting Highland vacation is most definitely for those who love a beautiful, natural backdrop complimented with the modern services of a larger city. Aside from the lush surroundings and refreshing cool air the Genting Highlands is also home to the only casino in Malaysia that has been used as the backdrop for many popular Asian and Hollywood films.

For a well-rounded vacation visit the Genting Highlands and discover what this South East Asian hilltop resort has to offer. Your kids will be pleased and never bored. Adults have the pleasure of engaging in both exciting indoor and outdoor activities and the best part is that families can stick together and enjoy a wealth of family-style attractions.

 
 
Penang
 

A flight to Penang is popular for those not wanting to arrive in the busy metropolis of Kuala Lumpur. Known as the "Pearl of the Orient" Penang Malaysia sits northwest of the peninsula less than 120km south of Langkawi. Full of significant cultural relics and a slew of historical buildings, Georgetown is the state capital and a popular tourist destination during a Penang vacation. A Penang tour will reveal a host of interesting places to visit.

A visit to Sri Mariamman Hindu Temple during a Penang tour displays a number of Hindu deity statues, the most popular being Lord Subramaniam which is adorned with silver, gold, diamonds and other precious stones. Georgetown is on the top of the list for many during a Penang tour and is brimming with distinct and varied cultures and countless historical sites.

Against the commanding Mandarin presence, the vibrant and dynamic Indian community ha flourished in commerce and culture for over a century. Little India is another great spot to explore during your Penang tour. Street vendors and money-swappers sell a dizzying variety of goods and offer some of the best shopping in the vicinity. Penang Malaysia is a great alternative to its sometimes exhausting capital counterpart. Things to do in Penang come in a variety making it a destination favored by many different people.

 
 
Langkawi
 

Langkawi Malaysia is an archipelago surrounded by 99 stunning natural islands. Langkawi has some of the best and most beautiful Malaysian beaches in the entire country with Pantai Cenang being one of the most favored. Tropical sun, white sand and soft breezes define these major attractions in Langkawi. Rich culture on Langkawi makes island exploration fun and exciting. Underwater World Langkawi reveals more than 500 species in exciting aquatic displays on a tour of Langkawi.

Attractions in Langkawi include a closer look into traditional life at the Kedah Traditional House complete with free admission. Customary adornments and carvings are included in the original building of the house and indoors you can see a historic baby's cot, intriguing antique furnishings and a yellow silk bridal bed. During your tour of Langkawi head to kitchen at the back of the house which is replete with earthenware pots highlighting cooking methods used in history and even today.

Island-hopping is another of the fantastic things to do and is one of the biggest attractions in Langkawi. Boat tours take visitors to beautiful islands such as Pulau Beras Basah with lush mountains and jungle areas, Pulau Dayang Bunting and Pulau Singa Besar. A Langkawi tour should include a stop at Gua Cerita. Containing two natural limestone caves, lying one on top of the other and confronting the ocean, these caves are connected to tales of romance and intrigue. The rustic and beautiful surroundings are the perfect backdrop for nature lovers.

 
 
Malacca
 

Malacca history dates back to 1396 when it was first founded and has since acted as and a stage where roles have been played by the Portuguese, Dutch, Chinese and English. Today the cultural blend of people in Malacca Malaysia is one of the most charming elements along with scores of outdoor activities and attractions.

Most families head over to A" Famosa Water World during their Malacca vacation. A huge family theme park awaits complete with things to do such as joy rides and water games. Hot-air balloon rides are also popular here and provide great views of the A" Famosa Malaysia resort. An expansive man-made beach, spa pool, wave pool, archery range and boating lake are also found in this exciting family destination.

During a Malacca tour, visit the Baba and Nyonya Heritage Museum, which highlights Peranakan lifestyles. The Dutch Square in Malacca is famous for its ochre-hued buildings and features Dutch masonry and architectural skills at their finest. The Cheng Hoon Art Gallery contains a blend of original Chinese paintings and drawings and the Kite Museum has a host of colorful kites. Jump off at Jonker Street and peruse antiques and collectibles that date back as far as 300 years! Take a cruise along the Malacca River and enjoy a water bound view of riverbank activity during your Malaysia holiday.

 
 
Sabha
 

Sabah Malaysia is located on the northern tip of Borneo and is considered to be a part of South East Asia. Long known as "The Land Below the Wind" Sabah Malaysia beaches offer some of the most idyllic spots to spend your Malaysia holidays. The biggest lure for tourists visiting the island are the stunning Sabah beaches. Tunku Abdul Rahman Park is made of five picturesque islands in Malaysia reached by speedboat in less then a half hour. All have stunning white sand beaches and clear, blue waters fill with a kaleidoscope of color.

The Sabah Malaysia Fishing Tournament kicks off each year in September. This events theme is "Save Our Seas" and advocates against illegal fishing practices. Fishing charters in Sabah Malaysia are available for a variety of prices and normally include all tackle and bait, rods and reels and the boat trip. Often a delicious lunch is provided. Sukau Rainforest is another favorite destination for tourists and is laden with lush, tropical growth and tons of exotic wildlife. You'll spot the active proboscis monkey swinging high in the trees. The rainforest also teems with a diverse range of other wildlife including a variety of birds, an assortment of primate species and lots of reptiles such as cobras and vipers.

For more things to do in Sabah Malaysia take a boat trip to Selingan Island and discover a third Marine Park which is home to one of the most important turtle breeding areas in South East Asia. From beaches, to rainforests to sights and sounds on land Sabah is a destination that is sure to top your list of warm destinations ideal for a holiday retreat.

 
 
Sarawak
 

Sarawak is known to international visitors primarily because of the extraordinary natural wonders of its national parks, including Gunung Mulu, the Niah Caves, and Bako. The capital of Sarawak is Kuching. Boats are a common mode of transport in Sarawak, as its the dense vegetation of its interior is crisscrossed with rivers. Travel in areas not reachable by boat is often by light aircrafts and helicopters. Major towns are serviced by buses.

Sarawak is the largest state in Malaysia, an outback of sheer beauty rich in resources such as pepper, cocoa, palm oil, timber and oil. With an area of 124,450 sq. km, it is a region of endless fascination, possessing the largest cave chamber in the world, verdant jungles, unique fauna and flora, white beaches, and remote islands.

Sarawak's endless rivers form the vast state's transportational backbone. The most common crafts used along the rivers are called perahus; they are low-lying pencil thin canoes equipped with outboard motors, and they curl along with surprising speed and agility. The experience of riding in one, while the impossibly dense jungle wall breezes past, is unforgettable.

 
 
 
 
 
 
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