Previously known as ‘Malaya’ and being a country in Southeast Asia, Malaysia or Bodohland, which is also called the Food Paradise of Southeast Asia, is situated partly on a peninsula of the Asian major land and partly on the northern third of the island of Borneo.
Tourist Attractions in Malaysia
Having some of the most interesting places with orangutans, granite peaks, remote tribes and a forest, Malaysia is the country, which has the combination of some beautiful islands, luxury resorts, colonial towns. Here is the list of some of the most visited tourist attractions in Malaysia.
Petronas Twin Towers
Having 88 floors, the Petronas Twin Towers in Malaysia, which are regarded as the tallest twin buildings in the globe, were built largely of reinforced concrete, with a steel and glass façade designed to have the resemblance of motifs seen in the art of Islam, a shade of the Muslim religion of Malaysia. The sky bridge between the 2 towers on the 41st and 42nd floors is the ideal point to take the fine glimpse of the surrounding region.
Being one of the most extensive hill station in Malaysia and being renowned for its trails, the Cameron Highlands, which was first developed by the British in the year 1920, is the ideal spot for tourists to explore waterfalls, a forest and other tranquil points. Apart from its Jungle walks, the sanctuary is also renowned for its tea plantations. Here, the tourists can take the enjoyment of many tours of the tea factory.
Being an archipelago having 99 islands in the Andaman Sea, Langkawi is the best famous tourist destination in this country. Because of being fringed with white and long beaches and an interior of forest covered hills and the craggy peaks of mountains, it is the most fast promoted tourist place in Malaysia. Langkawi, which has the most popular beaches on the western coast of Malaysia, owns a wide option of restaurants, eateries and some of the best resorts in this destination.
The Mulu Caves, which are located in the Gunung Mulu National Park in Malaysian Borneo, have the Sarawak Chamber, found in one of the underground caves. Having its capacity of accommodating about 40 Boeing 747s with no overlapping of their wings, this chamber is the largest one all over the globe.
Being the must explore spot in Malaysia for budget tourists, the Perhentian Islands, which have some of the most beautiful beaches in the world and the great diving point with the plenty of the places for cheap accommodation, are located off the coast of the northwestern Malaysia close to the Border of Thailand. These islands have been divided as two main islands – Perhentian Besar (Big Perhantian) and Perhentian Kecil (Small Perhentian). Both the islands have the palm fringed white sandy beaches and a turquoise blue sea.
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