In Malaysia there’s an infinite number of worthy tourist places, but you may not be able to make it to all of them, here are just a few of the highlights places that you could choose to include in your tour.
This magnificently tall twin tower in Malaysia held the rank of the tallest building in the world from 1998 to 2004 and is currently known as the tallest twin tower in the world. If you want to visit the Twin Towers, keep the timings in mind. The twin towers are open for the public from Tuesday to Saturday.
The KL Tower is an excellent example of modern Malaysian architecture. At 421m high, it has quickly become a landmark in Kuala Lumpur. As the 7th tallest freestanding tower in the world. If you're in Kuala Lumpur, you must visit this attraction.
Asia's most extended gondola lift, the Genting SkyWay connects two terminals at Gohtong Jaya or Resort Hotel. It takes approximately 15 minutes to complete the 3.38-kilometer cabled route. This gives guests a fantastic view of the city as they climb uphill.
It is one of South East Asia's largest freshwater and marine aquariums. It has been a popular tourist attraction in Langkawi since its opening on August 26, 1995. This vast underwater environment is home to more than 200 marine fish species, including sharks and enormous rays.
Sky Cab, also known as Langkawi Cable Car, is a fantastic experience that offers a unique way to see Panorama Langkawi. This cable car ride is renowned for its highest gradient and stunning views of the Andaman Sea, islands, and the surrounding valleys. Each cable car can carry six people and operates at a frequency once every 30 minutes.
This is one of Malaysia's most famous heritage sites. It is made of limestone caves dating back around 400 million years. The caves are located 13 km north of Kuala Lumpur and were initially used by the native Temuan people or the Besisi tribe (an Orang Asli tribe) as shelters in ancient times. Batu Caves is known for its magnificent Murugan Statue at the Cave's foot.
It is Kuala Lumpur’s most famous monument, Dataran Merdeka also known as Merdeka Square. This place has a lot of historical significance. It is a popular tourist attraction in front of the Sultan Abdul Samad Building. The City Gallery and National Textile Museum are nearby.
Lost World of Tambun, a stunning adventure destination located in the beautiful scenery of Ipoh's outskirts, is the perfect place to start your journey. This Malaysian premium theme park was once a tin mining wasteland, also It's now a top-ranked tourist attraction.
This place is often called Strawberry Hill because the captain had deforested some areas for strawberry cultivation. And also one of the most popular ecotourism attractions is Habitat Penang Hill, also this place offers some of nature's best and most vibrant experiences. You will be taken on a tour through Penang Hill's ancient rainforests,
Entopia Penang is a must-see if you plan to visit Malaysia's Penang because this is one of Malaysia's largest butterfly farms can be seen with the dazzling sight of over 15,000 butterflies free flowing in natural settings with rich vegetation and blooming flowers. You can even meet the underground residents, including insects and creepy crawlies such as scorpions and snakes,
This bridge situated at a height of 2,170 feet's and hanging between the two mountains. You can reach this bridge after ending your sky cab ride, you can get more enchanting views of the forests and also mountains. This bridge gives you a very much of adrenaline with a feeling of almost standing in the sky!
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