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Best places to visit in Malaysia

  • Genting Highlands Malaysia's most popular destination

    Genting Highlands

    Genting Highlands Malaysia is one of the premier tourist destinations in Malaysia. Easily accessible from Kuala Lumpur, Genting Highlands attracts large crowds over the weekends. With a continuous uphill drive, the weekend brings out the fast bike and car riders racing up to the top of the hill to the casinos. Driving to Highlands is a great experience if you are comfortable with driving in the mountains. 

  • Kuala Terengganu an amazing Malaysian Destination

    Kuala Terengganu

    Kuala Terengganu is an important and culturally interesting city to visit in the North-Eastern part of Malaysia. Kuala Terengganu is quite popular with people accessing the Perhentian Islands, Palau Redang and Kapas Islands which offer some of the best diving and snorkelling locations on the East Coast of Malaysia. Most of the international tourist uses Kuala Terengganu as a starting point of travelling to Perhentian Islands which attracts during peak season between March and November. 

  • Langkawi Cable Car & SkyWalk

    collage-skywalk

    Opening Hours 
    10am- 7pm
    Friday-Saturday, Sun & Holidays: 
    930am - 7pm 
    Langkawi Cable Car is one of the most thrilling and enjoyable experiences on Langkawi Island. The lift takes you to a shocking 42-degree incline to the top of the Guanang Muchinchang Mountain. People who are afraid of heights will dare not look down as the lift starts climbing up rendering amazing views of Andaman sea and surrounding Islands. The ride is approximately 1km long and takes around 15 minutes to the top. Once you reach the top you can go down a step of stairs to the skywalk. If you are not in good health it is advised not to make the trip as coming up 100 stairs may knock you out of breath. 
  • Putrajaya, an interesting place to visit near Kuala Lumpur

    travel Putrajaya

    Putrajaya is the administrative capital of Malaysia and an iconic city designed with a mix of modern and traditional Malay and Middle Eastern architectural designs. For lovers of Islamic and Middle-Eastern History and Architecture, this city is a must-visit for a day trip or even a weekend stay at one of the finest hotels in the city. 

  • Three Days in Kuching Sarawak Malaysia

    Kuching Sarawak

    Kuching is one of the most interesting destinations in Malaysia located in the Southern end of Sarawak in Southern Malaysia. The flight time from Kuala Lumpur is approximately 1 hour. AirAsia flights operate daily with price ranging from RM 400 to RM 1000 (between A$ 10 -30).

  • Visit Langkawi Island in Malaysia

    Visit Langkawi in Malaysia

    Langkawi Island is one of the top-rated and most visited destinations in Malaysia by local and international tourist alike. Stretching over more than 99 islands, Langkawi Island offers a wide range of activities for visitors. Looking at the map of Langkawi it might seem like a small place. However, in reality, you would need a good couple of days to explore various parts of this interesting destination which comprises of 99 islands. If you are planning a trip to Langkawi a minimum of two nights stay is suggested to explore most places of interest in Langkawi. Here is some useful information for the best things to do in Langkawi

  • Visit Melaka Malaysia

    Visit Melaka Malacca

    The UNESCO listed state, Melaka provides a unique cultural experience with a rich history of colonial occupation. Offering easy access to Kuala Lumpur, Melaka city in recent years have seen a spate of development which makes it an ideal place for a weekend break as a number of quality hotels are available at very affordable rates. 

  • Visiting Georgetown and Batu Ferringhi in Penang

    Batu Ferringhi

    Once part of the British Colony, Georgetown is marked with innumerable building dating to the eighteenth century. These richly decorated buildings give you an insight into the booming historic past. You can find plenty of mosques, churches, and temples showing the mixed heritage of this place.

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