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Malaysia Tourist Attractions

Offering two very distinct experiences – The Peninsula and Borneo, Malaysia is a peninsula – mix of Malay, Chinese and India culture and flavors with an efficient and modern capital city – Kuala Lumpur. Malaysian Borneo is pleasant place. It is home to some of the most beautiful and interesting places that include wild jungle, granite peaks, Orangutans, remote tribes and beautiful islands. The beautiful nation is explored by a considerable number of tourists from across the world during their honeymoon holidays, family trip, adventure tours and to have an encounter with natural beauty. There are various wonderful attractions in Malaysia that you will see during your holidays in Malaysia. Some of them are the following:

Mulu Caves

Located in the Gunung Mulu National Park in Malaysian Borneo, the beautiful park covers incredible caves and karst formations in a mountainous equatorial rainforest setting.

Petronas Twin Towers

The pride of skyscrapers and modern architectural wonders, Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur was the world’s tallest building before being surpassed by Taipei 101. They are the tallest twin buildings in the world with 88 floors 41st and 42nd floors have sky bridge between two towers.

Gunung Gading National Park

You will see world’s largest flowers growing here at Gunung Gading National Park. Called as Rafflesia, it blooms to three feet in diameter. It has nasty smell and blooms die after a few days. They can bloom anytime in the year.

Taman Negara

It is a national park and one of the oldest tropical rainforest in the world featuring massive trees, waterfalls, jungle treks and world’s longest canopy walks. It is a paradise for endangered species of animals like Asian Elephant, Tigers, Leopards, rhinos and others.

Langkawi

It is one of the best know holiday destination – an archipelago of 99 islands in the Andaman Sea. It is the part of State of Kedah – adjacent to Thai Border. It is fringed with long, white beaches and with an interior of jungle covered hills and craggy mountain peaks.

Mount Kinabalu

Mount Kinabalu, with a summit height of 4095 meters, is the highest mountain in Borneo – known globally for its botanical and biological species biodiversity.

Batu Caves

Three caves are making Batu Caves- famous for pretty awesome Hindu Art and Hindu Shrines outside India. You will reach to the temple by climbing 272 steps to the Cathedral cave.

Manukan Island

It is the second largest island in Tunku Abdul National Park – the first marine national park in Malaysia located in Eastern Malaysia’s Sabah State.

Kek Lok Si Temple

Kek Lok Si Temple at Penang is a relatively new temple dating back only to 1891. It is one of the most important Chinese Buddhist temples in Southeast Asia.. It is the largest Buddhist temple in Malaysia and draws pilgrims from throughout Southeast Asia. The main highlight of the complex is the Temple of Rama IV with its 10,000 Buddha carvings.

North Borneo Railway

You will take a trip into the past with a ride on a 1900s steam train, the North Borneo Railway. This old-fashioned train chugs about 83 miles from Tanjung Aru to Papar. Riding this train is a good way to see local villages with houses built on stilts and rice paddies being worked with water buffalo.

Semenggoh Nature Reserve

It is famous for its orangutan orientation program in which orphaned or rescued orangutans are taught to live in the wild.

Redang

It is made for beach lovers where they will enjoy white sand beaches and crystal clear ocean water. It is a paradise for snorkelers and scuba diving experts.

Bako National Park

Located in Sarawak state on Borneo, Bako National Park is a popular tourist attraction in Malaysia for travelers who enjoy the great outdoors. You will see bizarre, obscene-nosed proboscis monkey, though they are rare and difficult to spot.

Christ Church

It is a landmark in Melaka that was built by Dutch in the mid-18th Century. It is the oldest functioning protestant church in Malaysia.

Kinabatangan River

It is the second longest river in Malaysia – stretching nearly 550 km from the mountains to Sulu Sea. It is also known for its diverse wildlife and vegetation where you will see Asian elephants, crocodiles, proboscis monkeys and Bronean Orangutans.

Sipadan

It is a paradise for divers and the only oceanic island formed by living coral atop an extinct volcano cane. It is rich in marine life and one of the best diving spots in the world.

Cameron Highlands

It is one of the most extensive hill stations in Malaysia – known for its trails. You will see waterfalls ad other tranquil spots here.

Georgetown Inner City

George Town retains many of its colonial-era shop houses to this day that is officially recognized as having a unique architectural and cultural townscape without parallel anywhere in Southeast Asia.

Palau Tioman

It is small island off the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia. It is one of the most beautiful and best islands to enjoy holidays.