From the jungle, sunny beach, tea plantations to the city, below are Malaysia’s top hideouts.
- Petronas Tower, Kuala Lumpur: The Malay people with Indians and Chinese create the best culinary exploits in Kuala Lampur. Visit Petronas Towers, Menara KL Tower and the Perdana Lake Gardens.
- Morning street scene in George Town, Penang: The big island on the west coast holds the colonial city of Georgetown which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and has a fort, museums, and famous food.
- Perhentian Besar beach: Affordable for backpackers where you can find glistening sand and excellent diving before crazy night parties. The Islands are highly seasonal. July is the peak month while it will be hard to find accommodation whereas winter is offseason.
- Borneo, Sabah & Footbridge of the rainforest: Don’t just stick to the mainland when you can lose yourself into the greenery. Take a tour to the natural wonders on the 3rd largest island of the world. Have a rainforest walk, meet the endangered orang-utans, and experience the best diving in the world.
- Malacca Straits Mosque By Sea Against Orange Sky During Sunrise: Another world heritage site of UNESCO, the Malacca is enriched with historical, cultural, and colonial sites. You will be thankful to the city once you step in. However, many shops and museums remain closed on Tuesdays. So, make your schedule accordingly.
- Taman Negara National Park, jungle at Sungai Tembeling: Taman Negara or ‘national park’, Negara is Malaysia’s oldest national park and is the oldest tropical rainforests in the world. Enjoy adventurous trekking by the charming rainfalls, listen to the birds, do fishing, and capture a moment with the wild elephants. Tourists can fall asleep across the river in Kuala Tahan and can enter the park by a cheap boat ride.
- Pahang, Cameron Highlands, Brinchang: It is the only pace of Southeast Asia where you ’ll seek blanket at night and a sweaty tropical climate during the day . You will behold poetic views of Strawberry farms, beautiful tea plantations, butterfly gardens, flower greenhouses and even marvelous volcanoes.