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An iconic and popular tourist attraction in Selangor , the Batu Caves
are visited by religious pilgrims, cultural enthusiasts and, more
recently, rock climbers interested in the more than 160 ...
Most travelers to Malaysia
are seeking at least a little bit of fun in the sun. The following are a
few suggestions for some of the best beaches in Malaysia: Editor’s Note: This recommendation ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, November 2012
is many things, particularly an excellent shopping mecca. The shopping
and entertainment district known as Bukit Bintang (or Starhill) has long
been the city’s most important ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, September 2012
Known elsewhere around the world as the Mid-Autumn Festival, Lantern Festival, or Zhongqiu Festival, the Mooncake Festival in Malaysia
is a celebration of unity and familial harmony. With origins ...
Established in 1964, the Sepilok Orang Utan Rehabilitation Centre
is dedicated to the protection of orphaned baby orangutans from logging
sites, plantations, illegal hunting operations and ...
The oldest zoo in Malaysia ,
Zoo Taiping, is a major zoological park located in the state of Perak
in northern Malaysia, a district once considered among the most valuable
colonial possessions ...
Along with the nearby Petronas Towers ,
the Kuala Lumpur Tower (KL Tower) dominates the city’s skyline and
attracts droves of tourists annually. Completed in 1995, the tower is
is home to countless temples and religious sites that culturally
inclined tourists will want to peruse. The following are just a few
examples of what the city has to offer.
Written by Viator, April 2011
In the lush, tropical rainforest an hour and a half drive from Kuala Lumpur, the Kuala Gandah Elephant Sanctuary is an ambitious conservation program implemented and managed by the Malaysian Wildlife ...
is known as a city of modern tastes, including its vibrant shopping
scene, but that doesn’t mean there aren’t other great activities to
occupy yourself with, especially if you are ...
Written by John Reality, Cambodia, July 2012
If you’re traveling to the Malaysian state of Sabah ,
chances are it’s sun, surf and sand that you’re after. If you’re
looking for something that’s a little less crowded than the more popular
Traveling in the bewildering capital of Malaysia
can be confusing, and the abundance of museums and so-called
“memorials” can be off-putting to visitors with a limited amount of
time. The ...
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