Travel Sights to see in Malaysia

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Malaysia is located in the Southeast region of Asia and is home to a diverse multi-racial community.  Tourists from all over the world throng to this beautiful country to witness the breathtaking scenery, islands, and varying cultures. It is ranked as the 11th most visited country in the world.

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Its proximity to the ocean makes it a hot and humid country with the temperatures averaging 70 to 85 degrees (F). Other than the highland areas of Malaysia, the climate is hot and dry. The coastline of Peninsular of Malaysia is the most affected in the monsoon season. The East Coast areas receive rainfall during September to December while the West Coast sees heavy rains in the months of November to February.  The nights are however cool.

Tropical Gem Langkawi

This island is considered as one of the most beautiful islands in the world. It is a popular destination in Malaysia. The best thing about it is that the island is not crowded.  Here you will see and experience beautiful beaches, wonderful sights, and jungles.

Perhentian Island

It consists of a big and small island. Water sports such as scuba diving and snorkeling are a favorite on this island, and there are a lot of facilities to cater for this interest. The island is active with activities and business operations from boat operators, luxurious resorts, and restaurants, water taxis, etc. If you don’t wish to participate in the water activities, the ambient atmosphere is perfect for unwinding and relaxing as you enjoy the beautiful weather. The islands have a thick lush of green and white sand.

Mount Kinabalu

Standing at 4095 meters, Mount Kinabalu is ranked as the 20th tallest mountain in the world and tallest in Malaysia. For climbers, this will be a tough but thrilling experience. The view at the top will make it worth it. Due to its rich biodiversity, it is named a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

True Paradise; Lake Kenyir

It is the largest human-made lake and is found in the state of Terengganu, Northeast Malaysia. Taman Negara is to the west of the lake. It is surrounded by hundreds of islands, caves, and waterfalls that will blow your mind away. Birds, insects, and animals such as hornbills, snakes, monkeys, tigers, and wild elephants can be spotted.

Taman Negara National Park

Taman Negara can be accessed through Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia’s capital city. It is the largest national park. It is also one of the oldest primary rainforests in the world. It stands on a broad expanse of land making it difficult to see the rare species of mammals and wildlife found in the place. It has grown to become a popular ecotourism destination.

Petronas Twin Tower

This building stands at a high of 88 floors with the Twin Towers Skybridge in between the twin towers. Visitors flock the place to get a view of the beautiful country from above. The bridge has become a popular attraction site and visitors get to enter the place free of charge. Only a pass is required to allow limits to the number of people entering the building. A myriad of other activities happens in the building like shopping, restaurants, playgrounds and much more around the area.

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