Malaysia has numerous things you can do. The fascinating country has the blend of majestic buildings, stunning structures, mesmerizing natural vistas, thrilling adventure options, exotic wildlife and much more. With attractions in abundance, any visit to Malaysia is always appealing.
Petronas Twin Towers
Petronas Twin Towers, one of the tallest buildings in the world, is undoubtedly the most famous tourist attraction in Kuala Lumpur. The Sky Bridge, connecting the two towers, enables one to have a sweeping view of the city. Reach in time for there is always a queue of the tourists there, aspiring to get to the Bridge.
Islands & Beaches
Any Malaysian tour is incomplete without including its beaches. Fine milky sands cajoled by sea waves are wonderful spots to visit. You would have a gala time here, relaxing on the invigorating sand or enjoying thrilling water sports. When you have 'beached' enough, you can have delicious food in the seaside restaurants.
Several golf courses in Malaysia are known for their visual beauty and challenging designs. Both the seasoned and the uninitiated love to golf here. Golf courses, among the major attractions of Malaysia, are distributed all over Malaysia. All well-known tourist spots like Kuala Lumpur, Langkawi, Penang and the Highlands have golf courses dispersed.
Climbing Mount Kinabalu is the indelible part of most tour itineraries in Malaysia. Reach Kota Kinabalu and do some sightseeing before you decide to climb the mountain. During the journey you would see some fantastic natural vistas. The exercise has its own mystical charms which you would like to experience.
Nature lovers in Malaysia seldom miss Borneo Rainforest which offers a host of things to do like canopy walks, jungle treks, nature walks, white water rafting, river fishing and more. The forest is brimming with thousands of species of flora and fauna. Don't forget to pack items like sturdy shoes, long pants, long-sleeved shirts, a flashlight, bug spray and a camera.
Taman Negara National Park
Taman Negara National Park is the largest protected area of evergreen, lowland rainforest in Malaysia. The park is a famous eco-tourism destination in Malaysia having several geological and biological attractions. The park has some rare animals such as the Indochinese Tiger, Sumatran Rhinoceros and Malayan Gaur.
Batu Caves, a few miles off Kuala Lumpur, are popular tourist spot drawing thousands every year. One has to make the steep ascent up the long staircase with eagerness what lies in store next. During Thaipusam festival, a large number of devotees throng the temple. To see them performing their rituals is something every tourist finds intriguing.