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Malaysia Travel Vacation Guide

Malaysia


Malaysia Vacation Rentals

Whether it is a modern, vibrant country’s capital of Kuala Lumpur, majestic Malaysia’s mountains or a beautiful lush nature of Cameron, travelers can find a wide variety of accommodation options in Malaysia. Malaysia hotels and Malaysia bed and breakfasts vary by prices, number of bedrooms and provided amenities. Depending on your budget, you can surely find a perfect Malaysia lodging that offers deserved comfort and suits all your needs.

Things to do in Malaysia

A picturesque country of Malaysia is full of numerous natural wonders, historical monuments and lively, modern cities. It is also an excellent blend of ethnic backgrounds which contributes to an amazing cuisine and fascinating culture. Vibrant capital of Kuala Lumpur, colorful parades during Hindu festivals, ancient temples and huge array of fine restaurants are awaiting tourists in Malaysia.

Featuring numerous modern cities, one of the most delicious cuisines in the world, beautiful natural treasures and excellent shopping, Malaysia is full of attractions and things to do. Admire modern skyscrapers, gorgeous temples and vibrant shopping avenues of Malaysia’s capital Kuala Lumpur. Mystical Mount Kinabalu, magnificent beaches and warm ocean waters of Malaysia’s islands are all waiting for tourists in this diverse country.

Batu Caves

Located only 13 kilometers from Malaysia’s capital, the Batu Caves are one of the country’s most popular tourist attractions. The caves were first discovered in 1892 and since then they played an important role in Hindu culture. First tourists have to climb 272 stairs leading up to the entrance of the caves. Once inside they can admire a gallery full of wall paintings and clay monuments of important figures from Hindu mythology. It is worth to visit the Batu Caves in the end of January during Thaipusam, one of the most important annual Hindu events.

Malaysia’s Beaches

Malaysia’s beaches delight every tourist with their long sandy beaches, azure waters, fresh fruits and beautiful handicrafts. Those looking for a relaxing time should visit one of Malaysia’s beach spas. They captivate visitors with a wide variety of spa treatments, beautiful décor and breathtaking views. Crystal water and colorful underwater environments of Sabah Malaysia beaches provide tourists with perfect settings for snorkeling and diving.

Mount Kinabalu

Tourists that enjoy exciting river rafting, adventurous water sports, jungle treks and most of all a challenging climbing will be thrilled with endless outdoor activities in Mount Kinabalu area. Travelers of all levels can take a trekking trip up the mountain and admire wonderful views of nearby Kota Kinabalu city and surrounding mountains. The best time to take this trip is during Malaysia’s dry season which lasts from February through April.

Petronas Twin Towers

Petronas Twin Towers and without doubt the most famous Malaysia tourist attraction and a very characteristic landmark of Kuala Lumpur’s skyline. These enormous towers are the world’s highest free-standing buildings in the world which are home to contemporary concert hall, Philharmonic Orchestra and many private offices. Go up this extraordinary building to the Sky Bridge that connects both towers on the level of 41st floor and enjoy an amazing panorama view of the city.

Golfing in Malaysia

Golf enthusiasts will be delighted by a diversity of terrain and perfect lush settings of Malaysia. Country’s finest golf courses can be found in mountainous hilltops, in the middle of lush green rainforests, along coastal shores and in centers of Malaysia’s vibrant cities. This perfect, fairy tale-like sceneries and extremely modern facilities on Malaysia’s golf courses will astound every amateur as well as a professional golfer.

Trekking in Cameron Highlands

Blossoming tea plantations, refreshing mountain air and breathtaking views can all be found in the Cameron Highlands. This beautiful region enchants tourists with its colonial character, active markets, Buddhist temples and many more spectacular attractions. One of the ways to discover this gorgeous land is by taking trekking tours. Take a hike to the Gunung Brinchang, visit the Robinson Waterfall and take amazing pictures of Malaysia’s most beautiful natural treasures.