Tourist Destinations That You Can’t Miss In Malaysia

Malaysia is a popular tourist destination from Southeast Asia. This country is best known for its scintillating tourist spots that looks amazing and feels heavenly. If you are planning for a Malaysia tour, then here are few of the most exotic tourist destinations thats you must not miss.

  1. Kuala Lumpur

No Malaysia package tour is complete unless and until you manage time to explore Kuala Lumpur. Apart from being the capital of the country, Kuala Lumpur is the bewildering amalgamation of diverse culture, delicious cuisine, mesmerizing landscapes and dazzling night life. The Petronas Twin Tower is surely the most iconic architecture in the city which is a must-visit during your Malaysia tour. This tower houses some of the most plush and world-famous restaurants which serves nothing but pure bliss for your taste-buds. If you choose to dine at any of its high-rise restaurants, you can enjoy a breathtaking view of the whole city while enjoying a sumptuous meal. Other famous attraction in Kuala Lumpur are Central Market, Annexe, Menara KL Tower, Perdana Lake Gardens and Bukit Bintang District.

  1. Batu Cave

Batu Cave from Selangor is one of the most significant and religious sites in the country. Every year, thousands of Hindu pilgrims visits the holy caves of Batu to pay their offerings to their deity. During the religious celebration of Thaipusam, Hindu devotes toil hard to climb up to the temple cave which is dedicated to the Hindu deity the Lord Murugan. The main temple complex houses a standing statue of the Lord Murugan which imposes an ethereal feel to its surrounding. Batu Cave is one of the most ideal places in Malaysia to enjoy cave exploration and hiking. You must include this place in your Malaysia package for a little bit of adventure.

  1. Sepilok Rehabilitation Centre

Established in the year 1964, Sepilok Orang Utan Rehabilitation Centre was opened to take care of orphaned baby orang-utans rescued from illegal hunting, logging sites and plantations. These little black creatures are trained here to settle down again in wild and they are released in jungle as soon as they are finished with their training. This rehabilitation centre is located inside a virgin rainforest, the Kabili-Sepilok Forest Reserve. This park is the only opportunity that you can have to get up-close with these cute baby orang-utans.

  1. Langkawi

Langkawi is undoubtedly the most preferred holiday destination in Malaysia where every tourist wish to spend few days. This is basically an archipelago of nearly 99 islands found in the Andaman Sea. White beaches are the main attractions in Langkawi. Apart from sparkling beaches, you can also explore the jungles, hills and mountain peaks of this place. After sunset, beaches in Langkawi offer various dining options to travelers.

  1. Taman Negara

Taman Negara is one of the oldest tropical rain forest in the world. This national park houses giant trees, gushing waterfalls and world’s longest canopy walkways. This place is the heaven for wildlife enthusiasts who can spot a hoard of Asian Elephants, leopards, tigers and rhinos here. There are several other species of birds, lizards, snakes (especially tapir) and small deer that travelers can witness in the park.

Author Bio:- Seenu Mathew is a Web UI Designer / Developer with Cox & Kings. Travelling and photography are her passions. She recently returned from trip.  In this article, she shares the experience about Malaysia tour.

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