Things to do in Malaysia

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1. Visit the PETRONAS Towers in Kuala Lumpur

One of the most iconic sites in the world, the Petronas Tower, also known as the Petronas Twin Towers, is located in the capital Kuala Lumpur due to the fact that they come in a pair and is the tallest twin tower in the world Book Malaysia Tour Packages and explore all architecture is postmodern in style and also features motifs found in Islamic art to represent the Muslim majority in Malaysia. The main attraction is the Sky Walk above the Sky Bridge which connects them together and visitors can view the views spread across Kuala Lumpur and KLCC Park at the base of the towers.

2. Sunbathe on Langkawi

If you move out of town, visit Langkawi Island, actually an archipelago of more than a hundred islands in the Andaman Sea, of which only two are inhabited and of which Langkawi is the largest with a population of over 60 inhabitants. Langkawi Island is popular with both backpackers and honeymooners and has something to suit all budgets. The island has also been given duty-free status so that visitors can cheaply stock souvenir items.

3. Sample some local flavor with Nasi Kandar

Nasi Kandar is a staple food in Malaysia and actually means ‘mixed rice’, as customers are given a plate with rice, in which they can choose from a variety of toppings and sauces. Nasi Kandar is based on Tamil cuisine due to the high number of South Indian migrants and the flavors reflect it with an emphasis on powder and chillies. Mango Nasi Kandar dishes include chicken, fish, or seafood such as prawns or squid in curry sauce, as well as vegetables such as bhindi and cabbage cooked in okra.

4. Enjoy the culture in Malacca

Malacca or Melaka is also known as State Historic State and is located next to the Strait of Malacca, from where it derives its name. The state is said to have the most interesting architecture in all of Malaysia as it was formerly colonized by the Portuguese and features many red lacquer buildings from a period such as Christ Church. Malacca has a high concentration of museums, galleries, and places of historical interest to visitors.

5. Meander around Penang

Penang is an island off the west coast of Malaysia with its capital, Georgetown, named after the British king King George. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Penang has a focus on conservation and preservation and visitors can experience this at one of Penang’s many famous hotels, such as the E&O founded by Stamford Raffles who built the Raffles Hotel in Singapore Was also established. Penang is also famous for its tropical spice garden, which displays the local flora and fauna of the region such as torch ginger, plants used in many traditional Malay dishes.

6. Go trekking in Taman Negara National Park

Taman Negara National Park is located in Pahang state, as there are many claims to fame that attract a steady stream of visitors. One of these is that it is the largest national park in Peninsular Malaysia, as well as the fact that the park is the longest ropeway walkway in the world. The park also has some serious treks, as long as a 100 km round trip, plus a more gentle hike for beginners. For nature lovers, the park has a wide range of wildlife and plant life and the area is home to an indigenous tribe named after the Orang Asli or Native people, who are said to be the first inhabitants of Malaysia.



Author: DBTT

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