Malaysia

Malaysia Attractions

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Sarawak Cultural Village

The Sarawak Cultural Village portrays the varied cultures and customs of Sarawak’s ethnic groups. The village consists of authentic traditional buildings each ...  Read more

The KL Tower

Along with its considerable effectiveness as an instrument of communication technology, the Kuala Lumpur Tower (KL Tower) also functions as a platform for ...  Read more

Wat Chaiya Mangkalaram Temple

Queen Victoria donated 5 acres of land to the local Thai community here, where in 1845 they built Wat Chayamangkalaram - a Thai buddhist temple. The Temple ...  Read more

Ipoh

Ipoh, the capital of Malaysia’s Perak state, is the country’s fourth-largest city and serves as the gateway to the cool peaks, waterfalls and tea plantations ...  Read more

Jonker Street

For foodies, bargain-hunters and people-watchers, Jonker Street in the town of Malacca deserves a prominent place on the itinerary. Jonker Street runs through ...  Read more

LEGOLAND Malaysia

With more than 70 rides, tons of interactive shows, a handful of wild water slides and seven LEGO-themed exhibits, LEGOLAND Malaysia has become a top ...  Read more

Sam Poh Tong

Located in Gunung Rapat, about three miles (five kilometers) south of Ipoh, Sam Poh Tong is thought to be the largest cave temple in Malaysia. Local lore ...  Read more

Stadthuys

The Stadthuys, also called the Red Square, is thought to be the oldest extant Dutch colonial structure in Southeast Asia. Built in 1650, the Stadthuys ...  Read more

Bintang Walk

To truly feel the pulse of Kuala Lumpur, plan to spend a few hours walking one of its busiest streets, Bintang Walk. Located in the heart of Bukit Bintang, a ...  Read more

Butterfly Reserve

Over 6,000 winged beauties live in the tropical rainforest surrounds of Kuala Lumpur's Butterfly Reserve. Wander along meandering paths as they flit and fly ...  Read more

Cameron Highlands

Malaysia’s Cameron Highlands, a hill station approximately the size of Singapore, is one of the country’s largest resort areas and a popular escape from the ...  Read more

Cat Museum

A curious activity for a rainy day: if you have ever owned a cat or have been interested in the historical role cats have played in music, theater, ...  Read more

Central Market

Kuala Lumpur’s Central Market was established in 1888 as an open wet market for the local communities and ended up being so popular and conveniently located ...  Read more

Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion

Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion has been gloriously restored, rightly earning prestigious accolades for tourism & conservation including an UNESCO heritage award.  ...  Read more

Chinatown (Petaling St.)

Bustling Petaling Street is the main thoroughfare of Kuala Lumpur’s Chinatown. The street is effectively one long market which specialises in counterfeit ...  Read more

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