Malaysia

Things to Do & Attractions in Malaysia

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Genting Highlands Theme Park

Perched atop the Genting Highlands, almost 6,500 feet (2,000 meters) above sea level, the Genting Highlands Theme Park is a comprehensive leisure and ...  Read more

Georgetown

4 star rating: Recommended 119 Reviews

The city of Georgetown is known for its colonial heritage and old-world architecture, but travelers to this Penang destination will find a unique mix of ...  Read more

Gunung Gading National Park

While the island of Borneo is most famously associated with the orangutan, at Gunung Gading National Park, it’s a plant that’s the star of the show. The rare ...  Read more

Ibrahim Hussein Art Museum Langkawi

Perched dramatically on a hill surrounded by rainforest, Ibrahim Hussein Art Museum is dedicated to the promotion and development of art and culture. Datuk ...  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

Islamic Civilization Park

Opened in 2008, the Islamic Civilization Park treats visitors to the perfect mix of education and entertainment. Five interactive monuments and 21 replicas of ...  Read more

Johor Bahru

The capital of the Malaysian state of Johor, Johor Bahru (or Johore Bahru) is located on peninsular Malaysia, just across the causeway from Singapore. Though ...  Read more

Jonker Street

4.5 star rating: Recommended 4 Reviews

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

Kek Lok Si Temple

4.5 star rating: Recommended 29 Reviews

Translated from Hokkien the Kek Lok Si Temple, or 'Temple of Serene Bliss', sits majestically on a hill, a focal point of the local Chinese ...  Read more

Khoo Kongsi Clan House

Hidden in a maze of alleyways in Georgetown sits one of Malaysia’s most important clan houses, the Khoo Kongsi Clan House. During Malaysia’s economic boom in ...  Read more

Kinabalu National Park

4 star rating: Recommended 13 Reviews

Kinabalu National Park hugs the base of Mount Kinabalu like a lush, thick blanket. Sharing the same incredible biodiversity and UNESCO World Heritage status ...  Read more

Klias Wetlands

The wetlands of the Klias Peninsula are known for containing lush mangrove forests full of unique wildlife. There are dozens of tropical bird species, as well ...  Read more

Kota Belud

Kota Belud is an unsuspecting town located in the north of Sabah, approximately 75 kilometers northeast of Kota Kinabalu. Relatively quiet throughout the ...  Read more

Kota Bharu

Whether it’s exploring museums, taking a scenic river cruise along the Sungai Galas, wandering the caves of Gua Ikan, Dabong or hiking the trails of Mount ...  Read more

Kota Kinabalu

4 star rating: Recommended 13 Reviews

Kota Kinabalu (or KK) is Sabah’s capital and a popular gateway city for visitors traveling around Sabah and Borneo. Originally known as Jesselton before ...  Read more

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