TRAVEL NEWS | Best Places to Visit on Your Malaysia Trip

Monday, February 26, 2018


If we start awarding countries for diversity, Malaysia would give us a run for our money. Malaysia a not only a melting pot of cultures, but is also an amalgam of many different cuisines and you experience a plethora of customs and religions going hand in hand.

From island groups to mountains ranges, fertile highlands and tropical rainforest, the country’s geography is diverse to bits. What’s more do you need? There are so many places to visit. There are a few you can’t miss out on. Have a look at some great places to visit in Malaysia.


Cameron Highlands

One would give anything for a cool escape from the heat of the lowlands. Cameron Highlands situated in the Titiwangsa Mountains are one of Malaysia’s oldest and loved tourist spots. Settled with an English garden charm, this beautiful plain offers lush scenery, forests, lakes, wildlife and outdoor recreation. It is also Malaysia’s chief tea and flower producer. These are open to people and is also a special attraction for golfers.





One of the largest cities on Borneo Island, Kuching is a popular location for discovering Borneo’s rainforest and the state of Sarawak. Kuching not only offers plenty for tourists to see but also things to do while their stay, from touring historic landmarks to bustling markets and outdoor recreation. The city is sited on the banks of the Sarawak River with a gorgeously designed waterfront offering views of historic landmarks such as Fort Margherita and Astana palace.




Kuala Lumpur

How can one talk about Malaysia and leave out Kuala Lumpur? The most visited and popular city is not only the capital city but also a blend of customs and cultures. Popularly known as the melting pot of cultures, it’s popular for various cuisines including Chinese, Indian and Malay.

From a mining town to one of the most visited cities in the world, Kuala Lumpur has seen it all. One must definitely visit for all the skyscrapers, shopping outlets and great food. Not only this, you can experience homestays in Kuala Lumpur, just look out for Malaysia homestays. So, if you’re visiting for quite a few days; experience a homestay.





Situated in the Channel of Malacca off towards West Malaysia’s northwestern coast, Penang Island is as populous a tourist destination as Kuala Lumpur. It is known for its historic George Town and rich culinary variety. Its locus along one of world’s utmost traveled shipping routes has suffused Penang with a colorful range of architecture, cuisine and culture. You haven’t visited Penang until you’ve tried a trishaw ride or have walked around the island’s capital city, George Town.


Gunung Mulu National Park

Gunung Mulu National Park is famous for its extraordinary limestone karst formations and phenomenal cave systems. It is one of the most overwhelming natural charms in all of Southeast Asia. Situated in the Malaysian Borneo in the Sarawak State, this national park countryside some of the largest and longest cave systems in the world.


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