A typical Malaysian holiday starts at Kuala Lumpur and takes you to the most popular places like Georgetown, Penang and Genting Highlands. However, not many people know that Malaysia is more than just these popular locations. In fact, you would be surprised to find several interesting attractions in the capital city of Perak, Ipoh. Endowed with natural beauty and home to several historical buildings and cave temples, spending your holiday in Ipoh would be nothing more than magical. If you are about to visit Malaysia, do take the time to visit Ipoh and check out at least a few of the best things to do here.
Malaysia is one of the most popular holiday destinations in Southeast Asia. Be it the vibrant cities, the natural landscapes, the lush forests, the pristine beaches, the delicious cuisine or the interesting culture, Malaysia offers a lot of things. However, if you are not interested in having a holiday in the busy touristy places of Malaysia, but are looking forward to a quiet, laidback vacation, the Redang Island would be perfect for you. Known as Palau Redang, this island is one of the nine islands that form a part of the marine sanctuary park in the Terengganu area of Malaysia. While it is the perfect place to lounge on its pristine beaches and do absolutely nothing, here are 5 of the most interesting things that you can do on Redang Island.
Want to discover a true gem of Borneo? Head towards the engaging yet undiscovered state, Sabah and find what awe-inspiring places you can’t miss.
If you want to see most of the elements of Borneo in a shorter span, Sabah is the Malaysian state you should spend time at. This growing tourist destination is a delightfully packed state with exotic culture, incredible wildlife, never-seen natural beauty and a punch of endless adventures. For visitors, there are myriad of places depending on the personal tastes- few visit the National parks, few enjoy a laid-back time by the beaches while others dive into the sea to explore the marine life. There never is a dull moment in this state, plus it is immensely proud of owning the highest mountain peak in the country. Yes, you can hike the tallest mountain of Malaysia- needless to say, it is breathtaking!
All set for an island getaway? Pack your swimsuits, don your beach hat and hit these amazing islands in Malaysia- many with vibrant resorts, few with diving spots and a handful of them still hidden to locals.
Malaysia is a country with sprawling beaches, rich cultures and glitzy architecture. It is a staple honeymoon or holiday destination because of its untouched beauty, luxurious staycations, gastronomical delights and a humungous number of islands.
Malaysia is one of the richest countries in Southeast Asia. The largely developed tech industries and tourism are the main reasons for its prosperity. The tourism in Malaysia is more affordable as compared to the neighboring countries. Plan a tour to Malaysia and explore the best busy streets, amazing tea plantations, colonial-era architecture, serene beaches, and verdant rainforests with exotic wildlife. Read More …
Malaysia is rife with exciting hiking trails, each dotted with fabulous views and amazing scenery. Get out of the cities and you’re in the realm of mesmerizing peak views and luscious plant life and exciting wildlife.
A few years ago, Johor Bahru was not considered to be an important tourist location in Malaysia. However, this is because not many people know much about the capital city of Johor.
Steeped in multicultural essence and brimming with dynamic cities, dramatic landscapes, lush rainforests, gorgeous beaches and idyllic isles, Malaysia is a destination of many experiences.
When you think about Asian vacations, Malaysia certainly does pop up into your mind. Unarguably, Malaysia is one of the most sought-after Asian holiday destinations that are renowned for its stunning cities, beaches, and thrilling attractions.
The holy month of Ramadan is nearing completion, and the joyous festival of Eid Al Fitr is just days away. For Muslims all over the world, Eid brings marks the celebration of commencement of Ramadan.