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Things to do in Malaysia

Travel to Malaysia

Travel to Malaysia and get lost in the jungle. Its capital, Kuala Lumpur, is a far reaching urban jungle featuring a bejewelled, ornate skyline. Other Malaysian jungles are filled with vivid flora and fauna. And when it comes to getting off shore, this vacationer’s paradise has some of the best diving in the world at the Perhentian and Sipadan Islands. Often overlooked for more known destinations, Malaysia can provide ample holiday memories and activities to match. Visit cocoa and tea plantations. At Sarawak Cultural Village you’ll learn about the heritage of the many Malaysian tribes and cultures and can then go bowling with coconuts. Fun time! White water rafting is also on the activities board, with top class rafting conditions. One of the most popular of all Malaysian destinations is Pulau Langkawi. It is an island that fits many traveler’s complete requirement list: photogenic and alluring beaches, plenty of great restaurants and villages to discover, and copious sunshine.

Kota-Kinabalu

Kota Kinabalu is the capital of the state of Sabah, located in East Malaysia. It is a major fishing destination and a popular gateway for holiday fun. Read more about Kota Kinabalu…

Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur is a vivid city and a melting pot of cultures and religions. The Petronas Towers are famous all over the world and walking around in the city one can see an astonishing mix of old and new buildings. Read more about Kuala Lumpur…

Kuching

Kuching is believed to be derived from the Malay word kucing, which means cat. Since the locals refer to Kuching as the Cat City, it is but natural to see a large Cat Museum here. Read more about Kuching…

Langkawi

Langkawi is a tropical archipelago consisting of a collection of 99 islands. It is located in the northwestern peninsula of Malaysia, and just about 51 kilometers from Kula Kedah. Read more about Langkawi…

Miri

Miri is located on the Malaysian side of the island of Borneo. It has a booming petroleum industry which attracts a lot of foreign investors and expats from all over the world. Read more about Miri…

Penang

Penang is an island in Malaysia that has been called many other names by its inhabitants, such as Pulau Ka-Satuby by early settlers, Bīnláng Yù by the Chinese, and Pulo Pinaomby by the Portuguese. It’s also been known as the Island of Pearls or the Pearl of the Orient. Read more about Penang…

Sandakan

Sandakan is a city in Sabah, Malaysia. It is packed with natural attractions and cultural tourist spots where travelers can learn more about the landscape, heritage, and culture of the city. Read more about Sandakan…