Malaysia is another famous destination among the tourists where lots of places can be visited and has tons of things to do. Malaysia is well known for its vibrant economies and multi-ethnic, multi-religious federation of 13 states and three federal territories. The place is a perfect mixture of pleasant days, in which you can explore and cool nights where you can enjoy the nightlife. There are many ethnic groups and everyone has their own culture, languages, festivals which are fun to be a part of. It will give a lifetime memorable experience and surely, you will come again and again to get the peace of your mind.
Obviously when we talk about Malaysia the best it has is Kuala Lumpur. It will be incomplete if we say that it is a famous capital, in fact, a powerhouse of financial and business hub in SouthEast Asia. Because of beautiful idyllic beaches, secluded islands, elevated hill stations, lush green national parks and UNESCO World Heritage Sites. As you will go through the article you will find more about “Malaysia,Truly Asia” and it’s totally worth it.
Top 5 things to see and Do
Out of hundreds of spots we’ve chosen our top-notch tourist spots which will actually fall in love with the country and apart from these you would initiate yourself to look for more spots which are also there to discover. The main places are as follows:
1. Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur
The impressive tourist attraction of Kuala L;umpur is the twin towers. The two towers are connected to each other by a double skybridge on the 41st and 42nd floors. With over 300 stores, an art gallery, and even space for a Philharmonic Hall, this retail and entertainment space will keep visitors occupied for hours.
2. Batu Caves
The location takes 1 hr to reach from Kuala Lumpur. The caves consist of three caves, three main caves plus a series of smaller ones, most of them containing statues and 100-year-old shrines dedicated to Hindu gods. Cathedral Cave is the main cave and the attractive point is, the steps are 272 and stairs are painted colourful. Hindu festival of Thaipusam is celebrated in January and lots of people visit at that time.
3. Mount Kinabalu
Mount Kinabalu is the tallest mountain in Malaysia with 4,000 meters high. Mount Kinabalu is part of Kinabalu Park, it is said to be one of the oldest national parks and a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Its unique ecosystem mixing alpine meadows, grasslands, and shrublands, Kinabalu is home to an impressive range of both plant and animal species, including the threatened orangutans.
4. Perhentian Islands
Most of the islands provide the facility of motor boat or ferry whereas only the two larger islands offer accommodations, shops, and amenities. Pulau Perhentian Besar has more of a backpacking scene, while Pulau Perhentian Kecil is a little more upscale and family-oriented. The best part is Scuba diving, snorkeling, and kayaking are popular activities, also travellers can level up their adventure by volunteering in turtle conservation programs and get access to the areas where turtles come to lay eggs.
5. Bako National Park
The place can be best appreciated in terms of beauty. The tourists can stay if they want to as most of the animals come out as the sun sets. There are bungalows for rent as well as a designated campsite at the park headquarters. The bus will be available, which will take 20 minutes to reach and also you can follow any of the 16 marked trails on the island to help you explore (there’s no transportation within the park).
Money has a major impact on our daily budget so if you are really fond of travelling or want a break from tiring and boring routine then Malaysia is a good choice. If you are deciding, we are here to help you with the budget value.
- For a solo traveller the budget can be INR 37,500/-.
- For a comfortable traveller the budget can be INR 74,500/-.
- For a luxurious traveller the budget can be INR 90,000/-.
How to get around?
Flights will be a great option to reach Malaysia as it is time saving and somewhere will be less costlier. There are many flights that fly directly to Malaysia and some of them offer great facilities. So, we strongly suggest you choose air over other means of transport. Kuala Lumpur International Airport is Malaysia’s main international airport and one of the biggest airports in Southeast Asia and worldwide.
When to go to?
Whenever you plan to visit any destination the first and foremost thing is correct timing. It is magical and the best time to explore Malaysia is between December to April. The weather is hot and humid most of the time throughout the year.
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