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Gorgeous Places to visit in Malaysia


One of the gorgeous places in southeast Asia is Malaysia. Some people say Malaysia is truly Asia; this is a slogan if you have not heard it, then don’t worry. It is famous in the nearby regions of Malaysia. It is a country which is famous for its culture, tradition, and customs with a mixture of modernization. The country has a lot to offer in terms of tourist attractions; people come here to spend their vacations with friends and family. Even the place is also famous for its wedding destinations and for spending a honeymoon.

The country people and its government also encourage tourism in the country. The country has many flexible policies for tourists so that they can enjoy their stay and experience the beauty of Malaysia. In terms of tourism, the country has many attractions and the best places to visits. You can enjoy the beautiful islands, adventure sports, beaches, heritage sites and cities, and towns. Just like the variety of places you will find here, there is another aspect of the country that is the diversity; it can be said that it is a place where all culture, customs, and people gets to blend in one peaceful environment. So let’s view some of its locations.

1. Kuala Lumpur

If you are traveling to Malaysia, then it is pretty much sure that you will surely go to Kuala Lumpur. Kuala Lumpur is famous for many reasons. First of all, it is a beautiful city that is very well developed and carries the influence of food and culture from Malay, India, and Chinese.

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This means that you are free to taste your favorite cuisine. Diversity in culture and custom is also a significant aspect in Kuala Lumpur, as soon as you travel here, you will feel the difference in culture. One of the most famous attractions in Malaysia is the Petronas Twin Tower, and it is the tallest twin building in the entire world, it also features a sky bridge that connects the two building. The building consists of 88 floors if you are planning to visit then go between Tuesday to Sunday.

2. Batu Caves, Selangor

These caves are present in the Selangor caves, Malaysia. It is one of the most famous Hindu religious shrines in entire Malaysia. The caves of this temple dedicated to Lord Murugan of Hindu religion. The main highlight is the statue of Lord Murugan. You can find it outside of the temple. The height of the statue is 140 feet and colored with a bright yellow color.

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The caves made in the 10th century; these are the homes to many species and animals; the caves consist of a strong network of limestone caves that were once lived by ancient tribal people of that area. Every year during Thaipusam, thousands of devotees come here to celebrate this Hindu festival. Batu caves are also famous for rock climbing and exploration of caves.

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3. Mount Kinabalu, Sabah

Mount Kinabalu is a place that is present in South-East Asia, and it is the tallest peak. It is one of the most esteemed monuments in Malaysia. The area consists of 600 species of flora and fauna, and the entire landscape spread in around 4000 meters. Mount Kinabalu has an impressive height of 4096m above sea level.

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Visitors see Mount Kinabalu as a trekking adventure, and it is allowed from the Timpohon gate and Mesilau Nature resort. And the best part is that there is no particular timing to visit the place it is open throughout the year. The view from the top is dreamlike, and this place should be in your wish-list.

4. Gunung Mulu National Park, Sarawak

Gunung Mulu National Park is one of the best and most exciting caving adventures. In Malaysia, this national park is the only place where you will find an excellent caving experience. UNESCO consider this place as a World Heritage Site. The caves consist of ancient limestone that has only been found here.

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The caves are homes for some rare species that protect from the government side. If you are planning to visit here then do visit the Mount Mulu, it is the second tallest in the Sarawak. Here you will find caving adventures, trekking sport, waterfall, boat rides and, etc. However, there is no particular season for doing such experiences, and the park is open throughout the year.

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5. Langkawi Sky Bridge

The Langkawi Sky Bridge is the longest free span and curved bridge in the world that completed in 2004, on the top of Machinchang mountain. It is a suspended bridge that is one of its kind. It is suspended from an 82-meter high single arch, and that to hangs about 100-meter above the ground, which in itself is a fantastic feature.

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The bridge was in the list of top ten landmarks in Malaysia throughout the year tourist visits here and witnessed the extreme environment of the Langkawi Bridge. The length of the structure is 125-meters in range. The Sky Bridge officially opened for the public in 2005, and only around 250 people can walk on the bridge at a time, and the pricing of the ticket varies from adults to children. If you are on vacation, then Langkawi Sky Bridge is a place where you should go and enjoy the experience.

6. Aquaria KLCC

The Aquaria KLCC stands for Kuala Lumpur Convention Center is said to be the second-largest aquarium in the world. It refers to the state of the art aquarium, which locates in the heart of the city. Aquaria consists of around 5000 different species of freshwater and marine life like seahorses, garfishes, turtles, etc. It is a tunnel way that is entirely transparent, which provides a fantastic experience.

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Area of The Aquaria KLCC spread around the 60,000 sq feet that can be cross within 2 hours of continues walk and side scene. The aquaria are full of all the basic needs that contain necessary amenities like toilets, shops, etc. which are helpful for visitors. One of the best attractions is the different coral fishes and giant tiger sharks and other seven different species of shark.

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7. Penang

If you are tired while visiting all the museums, parks, caves, etc. then do visit Penang it is a Malaysian state that locates on the northwest coast of Peninsular Malaysia. This is an island that contains rich Chinese heritage cultures, museums, temples, some forests, and some gorgeous beaches.

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The state is also famous for its quality of food. The island is said to be the unofficial food capital of Malaysia. If you plan to walk through the city, then you will find numerous amount of sketches, paintings, murals, etc. on the walls of the town and all these representations are made by the artists who look amazing. Penang is a city that has lots of places to visit, including temples, beaches, parks, etc.

8. Turtle Sanctuary Beach

One of the best beach in Malaysia is the Turtle Sanctuary Beach; if you need some private moments or want to be alone for some time and watch the beauty of nature then this place is perfect for you. The beach contains clean freshwater, amazing coral and marine life. If you may be lucky, you may see giant turtles also, which is very hard to spot.

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If you plan for this place, then come in sunlight because after sunset at night there is no electricity available here. The reason is at night turtles come to land area to nest, and if humans will be there, then it would not be possible, and turtles will not feel safe, so if you are visiting the place then plan in for the day.

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