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Things to see in Malaysia

Malaysia Attractions


Malaysia offers holidaymakers a textured adventure, in which gleaming skyscrapers stand alongside colonial buildings, and verdant rainforests stretch all the way down to pristine beaches. Visitors come to play, to unwind, to connect with nature, and to ride the energy of a titan among Southeast Asian cities: Kuala Lumpur.

On the cultural side, tourists are exposed to some of the region's most well-known peoples and some of its rarer groups. Every one of them has imprinted on the place, adding new notes to its character. Jungle walks, ancient caves, stunning mosques, isolated villages and the world's most diverse marine ecosystem are part of the experience.

All in all, the destination's attractions celebrate Asia's history, and some of its best features.



Cameron Highlands

Located at the northwestern edge of Pahang state, the Cameron Highlands hill station is the largest of its kind in Malaysia.…

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Langkawi

Langkawi is the collective name for a group of 99 tropical islands located 20 miles (30km) off the northwestern tip of…

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Mount Kinabalu

Mount Kinabalu rises from the Kinabalu National Park. At an impressive 13,500-foot (4,101m), it's one of the highest…

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Niah National Park and Niah Caves

The Great Cave of Niah is one of the largest limestone caves in the world. More importantly, it's where archaeologists…

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Perhentian Islands

Two islands make up the popular holiday destination, which for all intents and purposes is a backpacker's paradise. Fisherman…

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Petronas Towers

The Petronas Towers were designed to capture Malaysia's emergence as Southeast Asia's cultural and commercial centre.…

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Sepilok Forest Reserve and Orangutan Sanctuary

Sabah District's vast, enchanting equatorial rainforest is home to the Sepilok Orangutan Sanctuary, where orphaned orangutans…

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Sipadan Island

This mushroom-shaped island is known among divers around the world for its unique seascape and exceptional beauty. Something…

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Tunku Abdul Rahman National Park

Five pristine islands make up Tunku Abdul Rahman National Park, with each idyllic setting comprising white beaches, offshore…

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Things to see in Malaysia

Malaysia Attractions


Malaysia offers holidaymakers a textured adventure, in which gleaming skyscrapers stand alongside colonial buildings, and verdant rainforests stretch all the way down to pristine beaches. Visitors come to play, to unwind, to connect with nature, and to ride the energy of a titan among Southeast Asian cities: Kuala Lumpur.

On the cultural side, tourists are exposed to some of the region's most well-known peoples and some of its rarer groups. Every one of them has imprinted on the place, adding new notes to its character. Jungle walks, ancient caves, stunning mosques, isolated villages and the world's most diverse marine ecosystem are part of the experience.

All in all, the destination's attractions celebrate Asia's history, and some of its best features.



Cameron Highlands

Located at the northwestern edge of Pahang state, the Cameron Highlands hill station is the largest of its kind in Malaysia.…

read more


Langkawi

Langkawi is the collective name for a group of 99 tropical islands located 20 miles (30km) off the northwestern tip of…

read more


Mount Kinabalu

Mount Kinabalu rises from the Kinabalu National Park. At an impressive 13,500-foot (4,101m), it's one of the highest…

read more


Niah National Park and Niah Caves

The Great Cave of Niah is one of the largest limestone caves in the world. More importantly, it's where archaeologists…

read more


Perhentian Islands

Two islands make up the popular holiday destination, which for all intents and purposes is a backpacker's paradise. Fisherman…

read more


Petronas Towers

The Petronas Towers were designed to capture Malaysia's emergence as Southeast Asia's cultural and commercial centre.…

read more


Sepilok Forest Reserve and Orangutan Sanctuary

Sabah District's vast, enchanting equatorial rainforest is home to the Sepilok Orangutan Sanctuary, where orphaned orangutans…

read more


Sipadan Island

This mushroom-shaped island is known among divers around the world for its unique seascape and exceptional beauty. Something…

read more


Tunku Abdul Rahman National Park

Five pristine islands make up Tunku Abdul Rahman National Park, with each idyllic setting comprising white beaches, offshore…

read more