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Things to Do in Malaysia

Mount Kinabalu

Located on the west coast of Sabah, Mount Kinabalu is the highest mountain peak in Malaysia, standing at a whopping height of 4101 meters. This humongous mountain is abundant in the different species of flora and fauna at various altitudes. It is renowned for its biodiversity of plants that serve as a vast array of natural habitats for animals to thrive. The fantastic views and the thrill urges visitors to go trekking on this mountain. 

Lost World Of Tambun

The Lost World of Tambun is an exhilarating, family-friendly multi-themed adventure park set amidst a lush tropical jungle, hot springs, and a 400-million-year-old stunning limestone hill. It includes seven fantastic adventure parks, making it a one-stop location for fun, adventure, and relaxation for tourists of all ages. Experience entertaining water park attractions, restorative hot springs, thrilling animal encounters, and more in the park, boasting something for everyone, day or night!

KL Tower (Menara)
Situated in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, the KL Tower is one of the most popular spots for the locals as well as the tourists. This tower is renowned for being the tallest telecommunication tower in all of Southeast Asia and the 7th tallest tower in the world.
Sri Mahamariamman Temple

Discover the Sri Mahamariamman Temple, an enchanting Hindu temple in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Marvel at its intricate and colorful architecture, richly adorned with sculptures and vibrant decorations. Uncover the cultural and religious significance of this iconic temple, dedicated to the goddess Mariamman. A must-visit destination for history enthusiasts and travelers seeking to experience the spiritual ambiance and cultural heritage of the Sri Mahamariamman Temple in the heart of Kuala Lumpur.

Langkawi Island

Langkawi Islands in Malaysia is a group of 104 islands whose visibility is subject to high and low tides. These islands are known as the “Jewel of Kedah” owing to their lush green beauty presented in the emerald waters. A boat ride to the Langkawi islands includes beautiful sightseeing of the islands and visiting craft villages, museums, aquariums, and many more attractive places. These islands are a hub for water activities such as paragliding, cable car ride, snorkeling, swimming, banana boat ride, water skiing, etc. 

Pavilion Kl

Pavilion Kl is a sparkling clean, airy shopping mall featuring various upmarket brands on different floors. The mall is exquisitely decorated for multiple occasions throughout the year. If you want your shopping experience to be sterile, the mall is for you—the main attraction is Tokyo Street, where small Japanese-themed storefronts and eateries can be seen. Also, if you are coffee lover, you can grab an excellent coffee from a famous coffee shop at the mall.

Petaling Street

Looking for a subtle Kuala Lumpur Chinatown nightlife experience? Head from the main road (Jalan Petaling) to the narrow side and get to the Petaling Street Night Market. The thriving street market with the stalls cluttered close to one another stock everything from the Hello Kitty watches to fake-label Gucci clutches. To get your stuff at the best price, you can stroll along doing ‘window-shopping’ first and then return back to the stall that gives you the best price. All the prices quoted by the seller are usually marked up by approx 50%.

Bukit Bintang

Bukit Bintang is the shopping and entertainment hub of Kuala Lumpur that is known for luxurious hotels, plush malls and dynamic bars pulsating high-spirited energy in the streets. Bukit Bintang is an upscale neighbourhood that houses popular landmarks like Berjaya Times Square Theme Park and Menara KL Tower. The streets are flanked by food stalls serving delicious street food and flea markets featuring low-priced apparels.

Kl Bird Park
Nestled in the Perdana Botanical Gardens, the KL Bird Park is a sanctuary for all bird lovers and bird watchers and has a tropical setting that serves as a gorgeous backdrop. It is the home to over 3000 kinds of animals and migratory birds and hence attracts the numerous bird watchers, both novice and expert, into its premises.
Sultan Abdul Samad Building

The Sultan Abdul Samad Building, which is located inside the historically significant Merdeka Square, is undoubtedly a sanctuary for historians and architectural enthusiasts. It is a building that is solely dedicated to the Sultan of Selangor. It now houses Malaysia's Ministry of Information, Communications, and Culture.

Batu Caves
Batu Caves is a prominent heritage site that encloses a series of limestone caves and cave temples. Sri Subramanian Swamy Temple, guarded by the tall and majestic Lord Murugan Statue at the foot of the cave, is regarded as sacred and frequented by devotees from all over the world. The Ramayana Cave that depicts the story of the epic is another splendid attraction at Batu Caves.
Aquaria KLCC
Aquaria KLCC is the largest oceanarium in Malaysia that houses over 5000 creatures of the marine kingdom. It is a state-of-the-art aquarium with a 90-metre long underwater walkway featuring a clear-glass tunnel through which visitors can get a close look at the sea creatures. There are eight unique exhibit zones where you can closely interact with the aquatic animals and learn all about life under the ocean.
Tanjung Rhu Beach

Tanjung Rhu Beach is one of the clearest and cleanest beaches in the entire country of Malaysia. This beautiful beach has white sands with emerald blue waters, rightfully owning its title as one of the cleanest beaches of the Langkawi island chain. Away from much commercialization, this beach is a home for relaxation and light-hearted activities. Frequently used as a place for picnics and staycations, Tunjung Rhu Beach is also known as the Bird watcher’s paradise possessing 20 different species.

Tanjung Aru Beach

The Tanjung Aru Beach is spread on the west coast of Kota Kinabalu in Sabah, Malaysia. It is located close to the Kota Kinabalu International Airport. With a 1.3 mile stretch of the silky golden beach glistening under the sun, this beach has been successful in capturing the heart of its every visitor. People visit this beach to sight the most iconic sunsets and posing for sunset selfies. The tranquil aura of this place helps one relax in the most beautiful setting of nature here. 

The Tanjung Aru Beach is subdivided into four areas namely First beach, Prince Philip Park, Second Beach and the Third beach. One can see the beach originating in the northernmost point from the entry here and then turning in the southward direction. The whole area is renowned as the First Beach. This place is an abode to the best beach sports activities, hawker stalls serving lip-smacking Malaysian food and exquisite hotels. The first beach resides almost everything that a visitor seeks in a vacation and hence it is the most popular spot of the Tanjung Aru beach.

As the first beach ends, Prince Philip Park marks its way from there. This park is a popular picnic spot and was built in the 1960s. The beautiful fauna like oriental pied hornbills and blue naped parrots residing at this park are picture perfect midst lush aura.

After the prince philip park, the second and third beach can be sighted extending till the airport. One can enjoy fishing, sports activities and Tai Chi hero. Most of the locals can be seen here spending quality time. These beaches are not very popular among the tourists and thus are less crowded than the first beach.

Also Explore: Kuala Lumpur Tourist Spots

Sunway Lagoon Theme Park
Beat the heat of Kuala Lumpur and hop in for an extraordinary experience at the magical theme park of Sunway Lagoon. With six different zones featuring thrilling bungee jumping rides to classic turbulence water slides, you are in for a treat. Experience the best of 5D cinematic movies at the waterpark and tune in for a gripping slingshot ride at x park lagoon. 
Skytrail Jungle Trek

Skytrail Jungle Trekking provides a one-of-a-kind experience of going up Gunung Machinchang, Malaysia's oldest mountain range and home to one of the world's most ancient rainforests. The 45-minute hike allows you to see Langkawi's magnificent rainforest with an expert guide and take an exciting cable car ride. Once on the top, you can catch spectacular panoramic views of the rainforest, Andaman sea, and the whole Langkawi island, worth cherishing forever.

Suria Klcc

Suria KLCC is one of the notable Malaysian landmarks and one of the top fashion destinations, with over 300 worldwide and local labels and unique businesses. The Petronas Art Gallery, Aquaria KLCC, and Petrosains, a science discovery centre, are all located within this premium shopping complex.

Klcc Park

KLCC Park is an urban park in the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre designed to add some greenery and beautify the surrounding areas including the Petronas Tower and Suria Shopping Complex. The artificial lake, Lake Symphony, and the huge As Syakirin Mosque are the most notable attractions at KLCC Park. The jogging track, children’s playground and water fountain are other features that attract the residents nearby.

Kl Forest Eco Park

KL Forest Eco Park is the only natural rainforest situated in Kuala Lumpur. Formerly it was known as Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve, and it was gazetted as a forest reserve in 1906. It is one of the oldest forests in Malaysia. To visit the KL Eco park, you need not pay any entrance fee; however, you need to be careful of the weather, broker trails, and dangerous animals like scorpions, bee snakes, etc.

Gunung Mulu National Park

Gunung Mulu National Park is a beautiful national park situated in Sarawak that comprises caves and karst formations in the setting of the mountainous equatorial rainforest. This national park is highly renowned for its impressive collection of caves and rich dense rainforests. It is also home to a vast variety of flora and fauna, thereby offering a perfect escapade from the humdrum of city life close to the lap of nature.

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Charlie Roosen
Reviewed: 04 Feb 2023
4.0/5
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Reviewed: 03 Jan 2024
5.0/5
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Reviewed: 05 Aug 2022
5.0/5
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Reviewed: 27 Feb 2024
5.0/5
Great value for money. Glad I didn’t pay for the sky walk as it was actually quite low, height wise and the view wouldn’t have been great. But the views from the top of KL tower are fantastic and in my view are better than the Petronius Twin Towers experience and costs less. You actually get to go o... Read More
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Reviewed: 20 Dec 2023
5.0/5
It was awesome … pls do book online and visit .. if you buy their it’s 120 MYR Ringents per person .. I booked here 75 MYR per person.. it’s worth it 
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Reviewed: 10 May 2024
5.0/5
Staff very nice
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