Malaysia Top Destinations

One of the wealthiest and best developed countries in South East Asia, Malaysia’s cosmopolitan mix of Malay, Chinese and Indian people make it a rewarding and fascinating location for any visitor.

One of Malaysia’s key attractions is its extreme contrasts. Towering skyscrapers look down upon wooden houses built on stilts, and five-star hotels sit several meters away from ancient reefs.For the perfect holiday full of surprises, eclectic cultures and natural wonders, the time is now, the place is Malaysia.

 


 KUALA LUMPUR

This vibrant capital of Malaysia has its origin as a tin mining outpost in th 1800’s. The hub of commerce, politics, culture and education. KL’s skyline is a striking contrast of ultra-modern structures and charming heritage buildings. The imposing Petronas Twin Towers,  the world tallest twin structures, is a major draw for most visitors. KL’s fascinating sights, irresistible shopping, endless festival, exciting nightlife and gastronomic delights make it an exciting holiday destination.More Info

 

 

 

PENANG

The “Pearl of the Orient” is famed for its lovely beaches, colorful history and rich potpourri of cultures. George town, the bustling state capital and port city, combines the best of East ansd West asn evident in its numerous heritage buildings. This food paradise tempts the palate with a mouth watering array of local cuisine. The island is connected to the mainland by vehicular ferry service and the magnificent Penang bridge. More Info…

 

 

 


LANGKAWI

Langkawi is an archipelago made up of 99 islands on Malaysia’s west coast. Surrounded by turquoise sea, the interior of the main island is a mixture of picturesque paddy fields and jungle-clad hills. If you’re intent on carting off duty-free alcohol, cigarettes and chocolate, then this is the place to be. Still, Nature-lovers will find the island just as agreeable as the shoreline is fringed by powder-fine sand and swaying coconut trees. More Info…

 

 

 

 

PUTRAJAYA

Situated 25 kms south of Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya is the furturistic administrative capital of the nation. Hailed as an Intelligent Grden City, this model township is a proud symbol of Malaysias aspiration to be a developed nation. The focal point here is the Putra Square, the stately Prime Ministers Office and the aesthetically-pleasing Putrajaya Mosque. Another impressive feature is the uniquely designed bridges that span the various points of the sprawling Putrajaya Lake. More Info…

 

 

 

SELANGOR

Selangor is the main gateway for visitors to the country. Attractions in the state include the unique Kampung Kuantan Fireflies Park, the magnificent Btu Caves, fabulous theme parks and great shopping. An annual sporting highlight is the action-packed Formula One race held at Sepang International Circuit. Shah Alam, the state capital, is the site of the splendid Blue Mosque with the tallest minarets in the world. More Info…

 

 

 

 

MELAKA

Its long history makes Melaka a veritable treasure trove of the past and a cultural melting pot. Tourists are inevitably drawn to its historical precinct, containing the well-preserved 17th century Dutch Stadhuys and the remains of the Portuguese A’ Famosa. Of interest here are several museums, a replica of Melaka Sultanate Palace and the Independence Memorial Building. The Baba and Nyonya Heritage museum provides insights into this unique community. Nearby Ayer Keroh and A’ Famosa Water Park provide numerous sightseeing spots and recreational activities. More Info…

 

 

TERANGGANU

Terangganu is blessed with captivating island retreats of soft white sun, crystal-clear waters and prolific marine life. The islands of Redang and Perhentian attract lovers of the sun and sea from around the world. Boat-building and traditional handicraft activities such as batik-painting and songket-weaving can be observed around Kuala Terangganu, the main town. Tasik Kenyir, the largest man-made lake in Southeast Asia, is a haven for fre shwater fishing and eco-adventures. More Info…

 

 

 

SABAH 

Sabah is a paradise for nature lovers. Major attractions here are Mount Kinabalu located in the Kinabalu National Park, a world heritage site. Its clusters of islands, Tunku Abdul Rahman Park and Sipadan, a world-class diving destination, offer a wealth of eco-treasures. The state capital of Kota Kinabalu is the gateway to Sabah’s many tourist spots. The 32 ethnic groups in the state, such as the KadazanDuzun, Murut and Bajau make up the colorful tapestry of Sabah’s culture. More Info…

 

 

 

JOHOR

Peninsular Malaysia’s southern gateway state offers tropical island escapades, recreational forests, waterfalls, historic spots and superb golfing. The islands of Sibu, Rawa, Besar and Pemanggil in the South China Sea beckon with a range of water sports and under water attractions. Trek into the pristine Endau-Rompin National Park for a refreshing jungle adventure. Johor Bahru is a popular weekend shopping and recreational spot for neighboring Singapore. Another highlight is the lively and intriguing performances in the state. More Info…