Batu Caves – It was believed Batu Caves was found in 1891 but conversion the site into a temple was actually occurred late in 1920

Batu Caves – It was believed Batu Caves was found in 1891 but conversion the site into a temple was actually occurred late in 1920

Batu Caves  is located approximately 11 kilometres to the north of Kuala Lumpur, Batu Caves is a limestone hill comprising three major caves and a number of smaller ones. Batu … More

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Beach of Seven Lagoons – ” This lovely beach, located about seven kilometres north of Kota Bharu, near the Thai border, hosts the Annual Malaysian International Kite Festival.”

Beach of Seven Lagoons – ” This lovely beach, located about seven kilometres north of Kota Bharu, near the Thai border, hosts the Annual Malaysian Intern ...

Beach of Seven Lagoons is a lovely beach, located about seven kilometres north of Kota Bharu and near the Thai border, hosts the Annual Malaysian Kite Festival. During this festival, Pantai Seri … More

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Lambir Hills National Park –  ” A lowland area of mixed Dipterocarp forest that promises researchers and eco-tourists an unforgettable experience.”

Lambir Hills National Park – ” A lowland area of mixed Dipterocarp forest that promises researchers and eco-tourists an unforgettable experience.”

The Lambir Hills National Park which was gazetted in 1975. Lambir Hills National Park  is located south west of Miri. The rainforest is thick with palms, ferns and other ground … More

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Bukit Keluang – Bukit Keluang Beach is located some 140 km away form the very north of Kuala Terengganu, and few kilometers south from city of Kuala Besut

Bukit Keluang – Bukit Keluang Beach is located some 140 km away form the very north of Kuala Terengganu, and few kilometers south from city of Kuala Besut

Bukit Keluang Beach is located some 140 km away form the very north of Kuala Terengganu , and few kilometers south from city of Kuala Besut. It is also known … More

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Kuching – Kuching Malaysia is the capital of Sarawak, one of the two Malaysian states located on Borneo Island

Kuching – Kuching Malaysia is the capital of Sarawak, one of the two Malaysian states located on Borneo Island

Set upriver from the swamp-ridden coastline, Kuching will almost certainly be your first port of call when you visit Sarawak . More adventurous travelling can be found beyond Sibu but … More

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Tanjung Tuan – Tanjung Tuan is essentially a coastal forest composed of both rainforest and mangrove swamps

Tanjung Tuan – Tanjung Tuan is essentially a coastal forest composed of both rainforest and mangrove swamps

Tanjung Tuan is essentially a coastal forest composed of both rainforest and mangrove swamps. The waters along the shores of Tanjung Tuan are rich with corals, thus making Tanjung Tuan … More

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White Water Rafting – For a truly unforgettable experience, give white water rafting a try

White Water Rafting – For a truly unforgettable experience, give white water rafting a try

White Water Rafting - Ride the terrain and feel the excitement as you travel through the scenic and abundant flora and fauna of the rainforests of southern Malaysia. On this White … More

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Gunung Jerai – ” Gunung Jerai is the highest point in this northern part of the peninsula. There is a little hill resort at the top which can be accessed by a 13km road.”

Gunung Jerai – ” Gunung Jerai is the highest point in this northern part of the peninsula. There is a little hill resort at the top which can be accessed ...

From the historical viewpoint, Gunung Jerai plays an important part in the history of Kedah . Even before the Malacca Sultanate became famous, Indian and Arab merchants were already making … More

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Lenggong Archaeological Musuem – The Lenggong Archaeological Museum is a museum in Lenggong, Perak

Lenggong Archaeological Musuem – The Lenggong Archaeological Museum is a museum in Lenggong, Perak

The Lenggong Archeological Museum is also known as the Kota Tampan Archaeological Museum. Lenggong is located on what used to be an oil palm estate covering 8.7 acres. The building … More

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Tunku Abdul Rahman National Park – The marine park is a cluster of islands comprising Pulau Gaya, Pulau Sapi, Pulau Manukan, Pulau Mamutik and Pulau Sulug

Tunku Abdul Rahman National Park – The marine park is a cluster of islands comprising Pulau Gaya, Pulau Sapi, Pulau Manukan, Pulau Mamutik and Pulau Sulug

The Tunku Abdul Rahman National Park is a cluster of small islands that lie within 10 minutes by boat of each other. The waters around the Tunku Abdul Rahman National … More

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Lighted Lighthouse – Originally built by the Portuguese as a means to guide their ships through unfamiliar waters when they conquered Malacca in 1511

Lighted Lighthouse – Originally built by the Portuguese as a means to guide their ships through unfamiliar waters when they conquered Malacca in 1511

Facing the Straits of Malacca the lighthouse in Tanjung Tuan has an unrivalled view of the ocean. Originally built by the Portuguese as a means to guide their ships through … More

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Kite Musuem – The Pasir Gudang Kite Museum is dedicated to the traditional Malay kite known as the wau.

Kite Musuem – The Pasir Gudang Kite Museum is dedicated to the traditional Malay kite known as the wau.

Pasir Gudang Kite Museum or Muzium Layang-Layang Pasir Gudang is the first of it’s kind in Malaysia .  Kite Museum  is built as an appreciation towards the contribution of Malaysian … More

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Penang Butterfly Farm – Opened in 1986, the Penang Butterfly Farm – located in Teluk Bahang – is one of Penang’s best known and most popular tourist attractions

Penang Butterfly Farm – Opened in 1986, the Penang Butterfly Farm – located in Teluk Bahang – is one of Penang’s best known and most popular tourist attr ...

Opened in 1986, the  Penang Butterfly Farm  – located in  Teluk Bahang  – Penang Butterfly Farm is one of Penang’s best known and most popular tourist attractions. The eight-hectare  butterfly sanctuary  houses … More

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Penang Road – Penang Road is the most important thoroughfare in Penang during the British colonial era

Penang Road – Penang Road is the most important thoroughfare in Penang during the British colonial era

Penang Road is the most important thoroughfare in Penang during the British colonial era. Penang Road  was the first road to be built out of the original town mapped by … More

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