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Things To Do In Malaysia
Malaysia, Truly Asia! is the tourism tagline for this wonderful south-east Asian country and it perfectly captures the essence of the land. Malaysia has calm beaches, high mountains, and a breezy pleasant weather. It's a perfect destination for ocean and water sports lovers.
This land is a peaceful amalgamation of almost all ethnicities of South Asia. Be it Batu caves, Selangor or Thean Hou Temple in Kuala Lumpur or Masjid Jamek, there are plenty of things to do here for the eager tourist.
BBKLCC or Bukit Bintang to Kuala Lumpur City Centre, as otherwise known, is every shopaholic's heaven. Spread across nine signature malls, it has over 3000 stores. It has 3 of the world’s largest malls and is sure you spoil you for choice while giving your money its worth at the same time.
Malaysia houses some of the most unique and interesting amusement parks. Lost World of Tambun is a must for those seeking not just excitement but also luxury and comfort. Besides, there is Sunway Lagoon, Legoland Malaysia resort, and the Berjaya Times Square Theme Park all offering myriad of experiences.
UNESCO World Heritage Sites
Malaysia is home to four of UNESCO’s World Heritage Sites. They are Kinabalu Park, Archaeological Heritage of the Lenggong Valley, Gunung Mulu National Park and Cheng Hoon Teng. These sites reveal the myriad history of the land and give you a chance to be away from the hustle bustle of modernity in the town centers.
Seas The Day!
If the underwater world ever fascinated you, Sipadan Island, Sabah is the perfect place to go exploring. It is open for diving and is one of world's best marine habitats, inviting hoards of adventure enthusiasts every year. You should also try Wreck Diving at Redang Island. It’s clear water and the various coral species are worth exploring. If underwater does not excite you enough, try river safari in the longest river of Sabah, the Kinabatangan.
Cameron Highlands, Pahang
The weather here is mostly cool, thus enabling the cultivation of a variety of natural produces along its breath-taking views - Teas, flowers, cacti, vegetables, and strawberries to name a few. While you are taking a stroll here, you might as well visit the BOH Tea Plantation and learn the art of tea-making and sip some freshly brewed tea while admiring the beauty around.
Visit a 400-million-year-old limestone cave in Selangor, Malaysia. The cave was turned into a Lord Murugan temple during the 1890s. Visit from Mid-January to Mid-February if you wish to witness the ancient Thaipusam festival celebrated here. Adventure lovers should head to Batu caves for rock-climbing.