Best places to visit in Malaysia

Malaysia is a beautiful country in the world and also an away of contrasts—an eclectic mix of colonial architecture is present in this country, stunning parks, and beaches, contemporary skyscrapers, and a unique landscape are looking so beautiful covered in tea plantations. A melting pot with influences from neighboring lands, as well as Western countries are very fantastic, Malaysia has something for everybody for all of the visitors that can tour this place—from the world-famous Petrona Towers to the cultural and religious diversity that makes this a destination like no other.

Whether you’re already planning a trip to visit Malaysia or just exploring possibilities all over the world, here’s a list of the best and amazing places to visit in Malaysia.

1. Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur

Malaysia’s capital and largest city have much to offer to the travelers to see this city. Perhaps best known for the fantastic Petronas Twin Towers (the world’s tallest twin towers), KL is a very popular tourist destination, and the routine that can visit this place makes the list of the top 10 most visited cities in the world. Other great places worth a visit while you’re in town include the fantastic and amazing Merdeka Square, Chinatown’s Petaling Street, and KL Bird Park.

Kuala Lumpur is considered one of the best shopping destinations in Southeast Asia—not only does the city have almost 70 shopping centers in this city all of them are looking so beautiful, but it’s also full of indoor/outdoor markets (like the gigantic Central Market, with over 800 shops and stalls) and a great place to pick up hand-carved wood and pewter.

If you don’t mind a quick trip to this beautiful place sight out of town, the massive limestone Batu Caves, home to holy shrines and thousands of bats are also present in this place, are less than an hour away.

2. George Town

Colorful buildings in George Town

The older part of Malaysia’s is the second-largest city of this country has been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site—but George Town is very beautiful and fantastic also just as famous for its tasty food as it is for its architecture. Also known as “the food capital of Malaysia,” George Town offers some of the best and fantastic street food in Asia, best experienced in places like seafront Gurney Drive and Chulia Street is looking so beautiful in the world, a popular backpacker’s destination also found in this and one of the oldest and memorial streets in the city.

While the most important George Town’s port and waterfront area are the very best sight and are a tourist’s favorite, there’s much more to see and do here.

The city’s tallest skyscraper can also do adventure is home to the U-shaped Rainbow Skywalk, an outdoor glass viewing platform is looking so fantastic and set 68 floors up in the air. For a less nerve-racking view of the city, sight is best, take the tram up to the top of Penang Hill—the cityscape is very paradise is particularly beautiful at night.

3. Gunung Mulu National Park

Limestone pinnacles in Gunung Mulu National Park

The park, named after Mount Mulu, is very beautiful in the world and also attracts visitors from all over Asia who come here for seeing this sight also trekking, caving, hot springs also add joy for all of us and the natural beauty that caused this place to receive a UNESCO World Heritage Site classification.

Climbers can also try to reach the huge top of Mount Mulu after a 24-kilometer trek with a fantastic elevation of 1,200 meters that starts at the park headquarters—but for those looking so best for a more relaxing day out, there are also easier trails for everyone within the park of this sight.

The park’s beautiful and amazing main attractions are, however, its caves and the millions of bats also seen in this place that inhabit them. Set deep into the forests and also surrounding rainforest and karst cliffs, the caves are record-breakers in several ways—including featuring Southeast Asia’s longest cave system and the world’s largest cave also seen this on the sight passage. And at 115 meters high and 600 meters long, Sarawak Chamber is the largest cave chamber in the world looking so beautiful and awesome, which is tricky to reach on this place and can only be explored as part of a guided tour.

Kayaking is amazing, mountain biking, and taking a walk also add to enjoy in the 500-meter-long canopy and also do skywalk is also popular park activities.

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