Best Things to do in Malaysia

Malaysia is spread across an area of 30,000 square kilometers and millions of people visit this country every year as it has a lot to offer. No matter what a tourist is looking for, beaches and coastal vibes, or gazing at the tall and modern skyscrapers, beautiful islands, or UNESCO-preserved world heritage sites. Malaysia is known for its impeccable blend of cultures due to its rich history and influence in the past, as well as many different cultures and backgrounds like Chinese, Indian, and Malay. You will get to see different backgrounds blending with each other yet standing out, and people respect each other’s cultures.

Langkawi Wildlife Park

The Langkawi Wildlife Park is located at a distance of just 10 kilometres from Kuah in Langkawi. The Langkawi wildlife park is spread across an area of 5.5 hectares of land and is home to more than 150 species of animals and birds. Whatever may be the weather, you can explore the wildlife park as you will get to enjoy the fully-covered walkway with a beautiful canopy. You will be amazed by a huge manmade waterfall in the Langkawi Wildlife Park that is at a height of 15 meters, and get to witness the wilderness.

Do not forget to book your Langkawi wildlife park ticket in advance as the tickets are in high demand and get sold out quickly.

Gaze at the Petronas Twin Towers

The Petronas Twin Towers are located in the capital city of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur.  They were designed to be the world’s tallest towers in the world and they held this title until 2004, when Taipei 101 was built. The Petronas have 88 floors and are one of the most important landmarks in the country and are commonly known as the crown jewel of Malaysia. They are visible from almost every part of Kuala Lumpur and the towers look stunning especially at night, like diamond studded ornaments.

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Port Dickson Beach

If you are in Malaysia, then one of the best things to do is head to Port Dickson, which is just an hour’s drive from the main city of Kuala Lumpur. Exploring huge cities and experiencing the hustle of a big might not be everyone’s cup of tea, hence Port Dickson is one of the places to explore. Kuala Lumpur does not have direct access to beaches and the beaches at Port Dickson are the closest ones you can visit. Pantai Cahaya Negeri beach and Blue Lagoon Beach are the best beaches for a calm and fun day. You can just lie around the beach and sunbathe or if you are an adventure junkie you can experience several water sports activities.

Visit the Kuala Lumpur Tower

The Kuala Lumpur Tower or the KL Tower is one of the tallest towers in the world. The Kuala Lumpur Tower is 421 meters high and going to the top of the tower is considered to be one of the best indoor activities in KL. There is a hanging SkyBox viewing point at a height of 300 meters from where you will get the most stunning views of the city of the city. It is said that the view from the Kuala Lumpur Tower is better than the view from the Petronas Twin Towers. Apart from witnessing the breathtaking views from the Kuala Lumpur Tower, there are various other activities that you can enjoy, like watching movies in the theatre, having dinner at the restaurants, Formula 1 simulator, or exploring the small zoo in the Kuala Lumpur Tower.

Berjaya Times Square

The Berjaya Time Square is considered to be the largest shopping center and leisure center in Malaysia, considered to be one of the favorite shopping centers in Asia as it has more than 1000 shops, several 5 star hotels, a theme park, and more than 100 restaurants which are spread across an area of 700,000 square meters.

The amusement park is located across several floors of the shopping complex and the main attraction of this amusement park is the Galaxy Station which is located on the 5th floor and has more than 6 themes which are appropriate for all age groups.