Malaysia offers many thrilling and interesting places situated in Southeast Asia.
Although it has a small area, there are numerous tourist destinations in this region, including museums, religious sites, theme parks, sights, charming islands, and other attractions.
If you are interested and need a helpful guide to one or more of these places to plan your trip,
You can consult this overview of 10 destinations in Malaysia you wish to visit.
1. Petronas Twin Tower
The Twin Towers of Petronas is one of the most prominent monuments in Malaysia. This tower had a record as the highest building in the world between 1998 and 2004 until the Burj Khalifa tower broke its record in Dubai.
Although a range of Malaysian companies uses this tower as their headquarters, Petronas Twin Towers also offers the Skybridge attraction. On the 41st and 42nd floors, it connects the two towers with 170 meters in height.
2. Kuala Lumpur City Center Park
Underneath Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur City Center Park. Visitors typically use this park to ride and bike or to sit and admire the stunning landscape surrounded by many skyscrapers.
KLCC Park has been developed as a man-made lake with water sources. You will enjoy a colorful display of water every night if you are fortunate enough. You don’t pay anything to visit this park, all is free.
3. Kuala Lumpur Bird Park
Kuala Lumpur Bird Park is a 10-minute walk from the city center of Kuala Lumpur, part of Perdana Botanical Garden. 3000 local and imported birds can be seen in this park.
The birds live and can fly in the area around the park. You can also see other kinds of sweets like ducks, eagles, and ostrich as you walk along this park. You can take an image as you please, feed birds, or watch the fowl incubations in the incubator artificially.
4. Bukit Bintang (Bintang Walk)
Although New York Times Square is a major center for local and international visitors, Malaysia owns Bukit Bintang. Various centers, from inexpensive to imported marks in this district, offer everything.
In addition to shopping, restaurants, cafes, and street food stalls can also be found selling food from around the world. You can use monorail or MRT to get to Bukit Bintang (rapid mass transportation).
5. Kek Lok Si Temple
A 7-story temple building, designed by Chinese, Thai, and Burmese culture, is the main attraction of Kek Lok Si. Within the temple are 10,000 budget figures of alabaster and bronze and a bronze statue of Kuan Yin of the goddess of Mercy of 30.2 meters.
In this largest Malaysian temple, you will pray and see a stunning natural panorama. You just have to pay RM2 for the ticket.
Kek Lok Si is reachable through an RM25 per person taxi or an RM2- RM3 per person bus with rates.
6. Langkawi Cable Car
A new sensation of a flying gondola over 709 meters above sea level is provided by Langkawi Cable Car. You’ll enjoy the breathtaking view of the tropical forests on the twenty-minute trip.
The gondola station opens at 10 a.m. Till 7 p.m. Adult passengers pay RM15 to ride a gondola, while kids pay just RM5.
7. Batu Caves
Batu Caves is one of Selangor’s most famous tourist icons. For Hindus, it is a sacred spot. A Hindu festival called Thaipusam is held every year by the administrative staff of Batu Caves. Hindus from all over the world are always present at this festival.
Batu Caves is a calcareous hollow consisting of three major hollows and a few small hollows. You are received in the position by the golden statue of Lord Murugan, which is 42.7 meters high prior to you entering 272 steep steps.
8. Redang Island
Redang is known for its location for diving. The island of Terengganu Marine Park, Malaysia, is situated in the South China Sea.
To get there, a 40-minute boat ride from Tanjung Merang is available which costs RM40 or an aircraft cost about RM250 to get to the destination faster.
9. The Habitat Penang Hill
If you wish to introduce nature and forests to your children, Habitat Penang Hill must be included in your tourist destination list.
It is an educational tourist center with forested views, rich floral and marine panoramic beauty habitats.
You will enjoy the Canopy Walk here, a trip that lets you enjoy a great sensation by walking along with shade trees.
This ride was made tree-friendly; it ensures that no plants and trees around it can be harmed by the steels of this ride.
10. Kuala Gandah Elephant Orphanage Sanctuary
Experience interaction with elephants at the Orphanage Sanctuary in Kuala Gandah Elephant.
This ecotourism is an Asian elephant preservation park (Elephas maximus). In this location are held about 1200 Asian elephants.
Try bathing elephants in the river to witness the most fun moment. 15 km from the town of Kuala Lumpur is Kuala Gandah Elephant Orphanage Sanctuary.
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