Malaysia should possibly have won the first prize in the diversity contest among countries. Not only for having a unique national character, Malaysia is also famous for its wide range of wonderful food choices as well as its variety of religions living in harmony. Especially, Malaysia is blessed with various geographical features including large islands, high mountains, fat highlands, and tropical rain forests, etc. Let’s explore top 10 best tourist spots in Malaysia!
Gunung Mulu national park
Langkawi is an archipelago of 99 picturesque islands in Andaman. Langkawi is surrounded by sandy beach, dense forests, mangrove swamps and steep mountains. In recent years, resorts, hotels and restaurants have been mushroomed in Langkawi, one of the best tourist spots in Malaysia, providing tourists opportunities to experience the natural special beauty of this archipelago.
Covering an area of 3 states on the north-western tip of the island, Taman Negara has been known for its eldest tropical rain forest, comparing to other places’ all over the world. There is a famous green tourism site, promising trips with a sense of thrilling adventure. The national park located here is the home of wild animals and rare plants, and exotic birds such as Malaysia-tiger, Asia elephant and Sumatra hippo.
200 years ago, Kuala Lumpur was just a small humble town with the tin mine exploit business to the west of Malaysia. Nowadays, the sleepy village has made its way into the capital as well as the greatest city of Malaysia. The dwellers have nicknamed this city KL. Kuala Lumpur is a bustling city, gaining its fame for not only a vibrant culture but also impressive skyscrapers, thriving shopping centers and bustling nightlife.
Penang-an island to the west of Malaysia, is a famous tourist spot in Malaysia because of its wide variety of local specialties, and charming old town named George. Penang has its vividness of cultures, architectures foods, combined in a way that cannot be found in other cities.
Being the biggest city on Borneo island, Kuching is an interesting destination for tourists who are eager to discover the mystery of tropical forests in Borneo and Sarawak state. However, Kuching is also spoilt for choice for tourist because it offers tourists with so many activities to get involved during the time spent here: from historical places to lively markets and outdoor activities.
Being the capital city of Sabah state in Borneo, Kota Kinabalu is often called “Nature Resort City” thanks to its tropical islands, tropical forests-the inhabitant of wild animals, home of national park and the highest mountain of Malaysia-Kinabalu.
It is one of the most extensive hill stations of Malaysia, and also an age-old tourist spot. Cameron Highlands prides itself on having Jungle trails leading you to waterfalls, scenic spots and aboriginal villages. Tea, strawberry and flower estates filled with vivid colors will mesmerize and give you spaces for a walk or outdoor activities.
Located on a crucial spot on the bustling sea route linking India and China, on the West Southern coast of Western Malaysia, Melaka, once ruled by Portuguese, Dutch and British, is rich with colonial structures, heritage buildings, and ancient landmarks, which will give you a sense of calm and peacefulness. It is one of the top 10 best tourist spots in Malaysianowadays.
Often chosen as an ideal place to visit when coming to beautiful archipelago of Perhentian, Kota Bhraru enchants tourists with its own grace and uniqueness. Located on Malaysia Peninsula in a place near Thailand, Kota Bharu was born to be discovered-an ideal place for shopping and wallow yourself in the attractiveness of tasty foods.