Top 10 Places and Things To Do in Malaysia
Malaysia is known for its beaches, its mixture of culture and rainforest. It is a modern and comfortable place. Friendly people and ecological beauty are one of the attractions of the place. And when we talk about the culture of the city, it includes Malay, Chinese, Indian, European, Arabic, and Peranakan. There are lots of temples, churches, and mosques.
You can spend your time on beaches; you can eat, you can drink; there are lots of things to do in Malaysia. And today we are here with top things to do in Malaysia. If you are planning a trip to visit Malaysia, read this article to find some unusual activities to do there.
Top 10 Place And Things To Do In Malaysia
Taman Negara encompasses three states of northern Malaysia and known as the oldest tropical rainforest in the world. It is a famous adventure destination and ecotourism. Even though it is Malaysia’s busiest national park, it has some rare plant species, scare animals, and exotic birds named Malayan Tiger, Asian elephant, and Sumatran Rhinoceros.
You can enjoy canopy walk, which takes place on a long suspension bridge high above the treetops. You can enjoy a night safari to see some exotic birds like owls, water dragons, and leopard cats, plants, and glow-in-the-dark fungi.
GunungMulu National Park
Have you ever visit the place that has limestone karst formations and unique cave systems? If not, then go to the GunungMulu National Park. Located in the Malaysian Borneo in the Sarawak State, it is one most awe-inspiring natural attractions. With few of the largest and longest cave systems, it has the Sarawak Chamber, the largest and longest cave systems in the world. It can approximately hold 40 Boeing 747 aircraft.
Located in the Andaman Sea’s North-western coast, it is a group of 99 islands with beaches, forest-clad mountains, rainforest, and mangroves. As it is a tourist place, you can find hotels, resorts, restaurants, and other facilities. If you are a nature lover, go and explore Langkawi’s beauty.
Petronas Twin Towers
Completed in 1998, it declared the tallest building at that time. It is a 442-meter-tall twin tower (Willis Tower) located at Kuala Lumpur, Chicago, U.S.A.
The place has offices, conference halls, a 50-acre park, a shopping complex. It headquartered PETRONAS Company. Cesar Pelli& Associates design the towers. The 41st and 42nd are adjoins by the 58-meter long double-decker sky bridge, which is 175 meters above the ground.
Melaka Historic City
Before Kuala Lumpur transformed into an infrastructure jungle, Melaka was one of the highest visited places in Malaysia. Due to its historical attraction, it is still one of the highest picked places by the tourist. If you want to catch Malaysia’s unique heritage, do not miss this place, and yes, do not forget to take Nyonya cuisine.
Georgetown Historic City
Georgetown is the most tourist visited destination with a fusion of eastern and western influences. It manages colonial traditions with modernity. Due to its well-preserved heritage buildings, Georgetown listed as a World Cultural Heritage Site by UNESCO. There are rowdy pubs, upscale shopping complexes, artsy boutiques, refurbished Chinese manors, cafés, and studios.
Kuching, the largest city on Borneo Island, is a popular base for the rainforest and the state of Sarawak. Plenty of tourists visit this historical landmark.
The city landmark is beautiful and offers waterfront as it is situated on the banks Sarawak River. It has some of the historical landmarks such as Fort Margherita and Astana Palace. Civic center’s umbrella-shaped of the roof with a planetarium and a viewing platform gives outstanding aerial views to the visitors.
About 200 years ago, the place was a tin-mining town in west Malaysia. Today, it becomes the country’s federal capital and largest metropolis. Locally known as KL, it is a culturally hot point for its buzzing scenes. It has an impressive shopping and dining skills. Chinatown is a busy tourist place, and the golden triangle is a modern mirror of the city.
If you want to go to the all-way up to Langkawi’s second-highest peak, Mount Mat Cincang, then go to the sky bridge. The entrance of the bridge is near the PantaiKok. Enter the village and pass through the oriental garden and souvenir shops for free. You have to make a payment to put your step on the escalator. After all, it brings you to the cable-car pedestal. Concentrate on the walk, but along with it, look outside to get the breath-taking view of the TelagaTujuh Waterfalls.
Cameron Highlands is the most populated highland retreat in Malaysia. From its highest point, you can enjoy the surrounding weather. The average temperature ranges around 25°C at day and 18°C at night. Such an environment is conducive to grow plants, vegetables, and fruits. This place is divided into three parts; Tanah Rata, Brinchang, and Ringlet.
These are the places and things to do in Malaysia. Hopefully, you will get enough time to visit all of them. By the way, for how many days are you planning to visit Malaysia?
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