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Located on the Malay Peninsula, in Southeast Asia, Malaysia is famed for its culture, beaches, and rainforests. The country is an ideal vacation destination for those who wish to unwind at sandy beaches and experience uninterrupted natural beauty. Best beaches in Malaysia are Mabul Island Beach, Layang Island Beach, Tanjung Rhu, Juara Beach, Gaya Island Beach, Perhentian Kecil Island Beach, Rawa Island Beach, Golden Beach, and Coral Beach. Other top natural attractions in the country include Bako National Park, Kinabalu Park (UNESCO World Heritage Site), Batu Caves, Boh Tea Plantation, Bukit Cina, Niah Caves, Pinnacles of Gunung Mulu, and Taman Negara. Due to Malaysia’s history of colonization and immigration, visitors will be able to spot European, Indian, Chinese, and Malay cultural influences across the country. Visitors will find mosques, Buddhist shrines, and Hindu temples next to gigantic skyscrapers. Major landmarks in Malaysia are Petronas Towers, Glass Temple of Arulmigu Sri Rajakaliamman, Crystal Mosque, Kek Lok Si, Kota Kinabalu City Mosque, and Kundasang War Memorial.
Popular Destinations in Malaysia
Langkawi is an archipelago of more than 100 islands, in the Andaman Sea,
located just off the coast of north-western Malaysia. Among the country’s
top island destinations, the island is famed for its sandy shores and
jungle-cloaked valleys. The best beaches in Langkawi are Pantai Cenang
Beach, Pantai Tengah Beach, Pasir Tengkorak Beach, Pantai Kok, Black Sand
Beach, Shark Bay, and Jalan Tanjung Rhu Road Beach. Visitors will also find
here waterfalls, forest parks, and hot springs. Langkawi is lined with
exotic seafood restaurants, vibrant beach bars, and a host of spas. Also
known as the Jewel of Kedah, the island is arguably Malaysia’s busiest
island flooded with international and domestic tourists all year round.
Langkawi has great tourist infrastructure in place in addition to
connectivity via ferries and an aircraft. For sweeping views, visitors must
head to the Langkawi Cable Car. The island is duty free and offers several
shopping alternatives, it a haven for bargain hunters. Some of the major
tourist attractions in Langkawi are Temurun Waterfall, Ayer Hangat Village,
Crocodile Adventureland Langkawi, Pregnant Maiden Lake, Paradise Langkawi,
Temonyong Night Market, and Perdana Quay Light House.
The capital of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur is a booming metropolis. This city
boasts gleaming skyscrapers, lovely locals, colonial architecture, and a
number of natural attractions. Kuala Lumpur is divided into a number of
districts and its main hub is known as the Golden Triangle comprising KLCC,
Chinatown, and Bukit Bintang. The country is lined with several museums,
cultural institutions, parks, and performing art venues such as Kuala
Lumpur Bird Park, Perdana Botanical Gardens, Petronas Philharmonic Hall,
Kuala Lumpur Performing Arts Centre, National Museum, Planetarium Negara,
Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia, and Kuala Lumpur Butterfly Park. The city is
also known for its upscale shopping and culinary excellence. Major
attractions in Kuala Lumpur are Petronas Towers, Menara KL Tower, National
Monument, Sri Mahamariamman Temple, Jamek Mosque, Central Market, Istana
Negara, Jalan Tuanku Abdul Halim, Sunway Lagoon, National Zoo of Malaysia,
Bricksfield, and Chinatown.
Located in southwestern Malaysia, Malacca City is known for its rich
historical and multicultural heritage. Formerly under the control of the
Malay Sultanate, Portuguese, Dutch, and British, the city is a major
tourism hub in Malaysia. Malacca City is home to several colonial buildings
and visitors will find here a wide range of architectural styles from
Peranakan and Portuguese to British and Dutch. The historic city center is
a UNESCO World Heritage Site with multiple landmarks, such as Christ
Church, Cheng Hoon Teng, Windmill Dutch Square Melaka, Melaka Sultanate
Palace Museum, St. Paul's Church, History and Ethnography Museum, and A
Famosa. Apart from the historic wealth of the city, there are multiple
shopping alternatives. Jonker Street in Chinatown is known for its night
market and antique shops. Other major attractions in Malacca City are
Malacca Botanical Garden, Klebang Beach, Baba Nyonya Heritage Museum,
Malacca Zoo, Kampung Kling Mosque, Melaka Straits Mosque, Maritime Museum,
and Shore Oceanarium.
Best Time to Visit Malaysia
The best time to take Malaysia flights is from November to March when the weather is pleasant with least amount of rainfall. For those who wish to avoid crowds and get economical flights, mid-February to mid-May is the ideal time to take cheap flights to Malaysia.
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