Traveling to Malaysia; A Full Travel Guide

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Malaysia is one of the best destinations in Southeast Asia for you to travel. The country with  the amazing diversity of ethnic provides many attractions for the travelers. Everything from exploring the jungles, hiking, enjoying the tropical beaches, diving and snorkeling, culinary tour, and also see the wonderful cultural heritages.

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Complete Highlights

Those who travel to Malaysia for the first time mostly choose to visit the peninsula. You can visit Sabah and Sarawak too if you have enough time and understand the country better.You can visit Penang Island that has the amazing history, culture, and delicious cuisines.The most beautiful national parks of the country are at the east. It is Taman Negara National Park; the 130 million years old park with virgin forests. Otherwise, visit Perhentian Islands for enjoying beautiful beaches and the wonderful underwater world.

Popular Destinations in Malaysia

Some most popular destinations in Malaysia are Langkawi with its beautiful beaches and limestone karsts; Kuching that houses classy accommodations, museums and some options for day trips; Kuala Lumpur, the modern, busy and green capital city of Malaysia; Kinabalu Park with the spectacular natural wonders of the Malaysia’s highest mountain; and Melaka the historic city that has become cultural exchange and trade city for over 600 years.

Besides, Malaysia also has many other destinations for the amazing holidays, such as Pangkor Island, Sipandan for diving, Kinabatangan River the longest river in Sabahfor enjoying wildlife adventure, Danum Valley to enjoy the pristine jungles, and Kuala Terengganu.

Great Places for Outdoors Enjoyment

For those who love outdoor activities, some places that are best to visit are such as Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park that offers stunning water activities and lush jungle adventures; Mantanani Islands that also provides wonderful experiences of tropical archipelago holiday; and Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Center that preserves the orphaned orangutan babies to be released after they are ready.