Malaysia and where to go
Malaysia is a country located in the southeast of Asia’s immense continent, divided by the South China Sea into two regions, the Peninsular and Eastern Malaysia. This Asian country has a wide diversity of landscapes, activities, and cultures available for all tourists that desire to explore the country. Malaysia has something to offer to everyone. In today’s article, we are bringing you just a few places that you must visit if you are planning on going to this beautiful place.
1. Malaca City
Featured as a UNESCO World Heritage site, Malaca is a place that you cannot miss when going to Malaysia. This city attracts many tourists due to its unique architecture; the colonial town was once part of the Portuguese and Dutch mandates in the 15th century. Today, the city is well known for its food, culture, and many majestic sites like St. Pauls Church.
Ipoh is quickly becoming one of the most popular places to visit in Malaysia; this city contains a beautiful colonial center and Buddhist cave temples surrounding the town. Definitely something worth seeing. This city is located in Perak, Malaysia, and is famously referred to as “The City of Bougainvillea.”
3. The Cameron Highlands, Pahang
This district of Pahang has to be among the most visited places in Malaysia since 1885 and, with the years, has become a tourist hotspot. The highland goes from 3609 feet to 5906 feet of altitude. This is the perfect place for those searching for a hiking adventure since this is a trendy and lovely place to do so. Today the highlands are full of vegetables, strawberries, and tea plantations.
4. Pangkor Island, Perak
The official translation of Pangkor Island is “Beautiful Island,” so that must mean something. This island located in the Strait of Malacca used to be the preferred place for fishers and pirates years ago. However, today it attracts tourists from all over the world. The main thing to look forward to is simply relaxing on the beautiful beaches and driving around the island. So if you are looking to take some time for yourself, this may be the perfect place.
5. Petronas Twin Towers
This is one of Malaysia’s most famous landmarks. Before the Burj Khalifa tower, this held the record of the tallest landmark. There is a sky bridge that you can visit to get a better view of the city of Kuala Lumpur. You do have to take into account that this one of the most visited sites, so in order to get inside, you’ll need to get there earlier and wait in line.
Regardless of which place you choose to visit, this country won’t disappoint you. From beautiful landscapes to vibrant cities, Malaysia has it all, so make sure you put this country high on your bucket list because I can assure you, you won’t regret it.
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