By Aqilah Nazam
Welcome to Malaysia! A country of Southeast Asia, lying just north of the Equator which is composed of two noncontiguous regions: Peninsular Malaysia also called West Malaysia which is on the Malay Peninsula and, East Malaysia on the island of Borneo. Kuala Lumpur is the capital of Malaysia.
The way to know Malaysia is to love Malaysia. This is where Malays, Indians, Chinese, and many other ethnic groups live together in peace and harmony. With our multiculturalism has made Malaysia a gastronomical paradise and home to hundreds of colourful festivals. It’s no wonder that we love celebrating and socializing as people of Malaysians are very relaxed, warm
The most popular places to visit Malaysia which is interesting and good infrastructure. Why Malaysia is being chosen because of Malaysia full with beauties, diversities, and adventures as shown by this attractive top destination.
5 Popular Places in Malaysia!
Kuala Lumpur? KL? What does make KL famous among the tourists? Do you want to know something? KL is the place where cultural diversity is a big part of KL’s allure. Take a short walk or jump on the extensive train network and you can see the delights of numerous cultures. It has no shortage of unique neighbourhoods to explore). Attractive places in KL are PETRONAS
Twin Towers, Perdana Lake Gardens and KL Tower which has provided plenty of enjoyable distractions before you head farther afield in Malaysia.
Penang is the pride of Malaysians because they have a big island on the west coast. The colonial city of Georgetown was made a UNESCO World Heritage Site and has an offer in the way of museums, a seaside fort, historic homes, and most famous is a famous street-food scene. In Penang, we also can see a lot of murals along the streets of Georgetown which has been left by
the numerous artists as their marks. Penang is becoming well-known because it is one of the best places in Southeast Asia to sample delicious street food of all types.
The Perhentian Island is famous among the backpackers and budget travelers especially Perhentian Kecil. It is the smaller of the two islands where we can see fine sand and excellent snorkeling/diving fill the day before the nights come. Not only that, nearby of Perhentian Besar there is a big island which caters more to families, couples, and travelers who are willing to
spend more to enjoy the scenery with blue water. Unfortunately, the Perhentian Islands is seasonal. The accommodation can be difficult to find on Perhentian Kecil in July because of the peak month but usually, the islands are empty during winter months due to rain and stormy
The Malaysian part of Borneo is divided into two states: Sarawak in the south and Sabah in the north. Both have different vibes and charms. One of the most exciting music and culture events in Southeast Asia is the Rainforest World Music Festival held outside of Kuching every summer. Moreover, it is a must to have a trip to Malaysia Borneo because only here you can find
orangutans which are nowadays has been endangered. Lastly, there is also rainforest canopy walks.
In Selangor, you will find a Formula One racetrack, the National Zoo of Malaysia and enormous theme parks including an indoor snow park. Selangor is a busy state and profitable with many directions of shopping malls sprawl. The interesting part is when you can’t shop anymore, you can head to the Genting Highlands; which is Malaysia’s version of Vegas perched on top of a
mountain. In Selangor, we can also see “Batu Caves” which is famous with the largest statue of Lord Murugan (the god of war) in the world and a Hindu shrine. These places have drawn large crowds, especially during Thaipusam holiday. Lastly, you should not miss to Kuala Selangor because only there you can find the abundance of fireflies along the river in Kuala Selangor with a dazzling spectacle worth seeing.