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  • 1 Seven Corals Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    T - Ko Ra Wi

    From Ko Bulon Leh or Ko Lipe you can hire the services of a local fisherman to take you to the diving areas around Adang, Rawi, Batuang and Kata. Don't miss the Seven Corals, where the coral bed is a veritable kaleidoscope of colour. A journey throug..

  • 2 Langkawi Archipelago Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    MAL - Kuah

    Despite the explosion in tourism, Langkawi archipelago still boasts some real treasures, such as idyllic beaches, turquoise water and luxuriant jungle. The countryside is magnificent and water buffalos in the rice fields are still very much part of t..

  • 3 Taman Negara Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    MAL - Kuala Tahan

    Situated in the heart of Malaysia, Taman Negara, the most important national park in the country, is an exciting place to visit. Observe the park's wildlife from a hide, listen to the sounds of the jungle (the oldest in the world) or explore the fore..

  • 4 Gunung Mulu National Park Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    MAL - Mulu

    Gunung Mulu National Park is home to some of the largest underground caves on the planet. Larger than its neighbour Niah National Park, this park is also famous for its Pinnacles, jagged limestone rocks reaching up to the sky. Head off on an adventur..

  • 5 Kinabalu National Park Highly Recommended Highly Recommended Highly Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    MAL - Ranau

    The highlight of any stay in Kinabalu National Park is the ascent of the highest mountain in the country (4 095m). Experience the thrills of the Via Ferrata which extends across the mountain's summit. More contemplative walkers will appreciate the br..

  • 6 Batu Caves Recommended Recommended

    Religious buildings

    MAL - Village de Batu Caves

    Not far from the capital, the limestone Batu caves are much more than magnificent natural grottoes. A sacred site for Hindus, the caves are accessed via a staircase with 272 steps at the foot of which stands a gilded statue. Don't miss the pilgrims' ..

  • 7 Cameron Highlands Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    MAL - Tanah Rata

    Carefully tended tea plantations extend as far as the eye can see along the hills of the Cameron Highlands, whose main resort, Tanah Rata, situated 200km from Kuala Lumpur, was built by the British in the 19C. The town's cool climate and the numerous..

  • 8 Lembah Bujang Recommended Recommended

    Archaeological and historical sites

    MAL - Sungai Petani

    Make sure you take time to visit the largest archaeological site in the country, Lembah Bujang. Traces of a Hindu-Buddhist kingdom founded in the 4C have been found here, such as temples, jewellery, statuettes and weapons. The site's archaeological m..

  • 9 Tumpat District Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    MAL - Tumpat

    To the north of Kota Bahru, the Tumpat district is a mix of Thai and Malaysian cultures. The vat - Buddhist temples - in the region bear witness to the Thai influence, with their magnificent Buddhas which attract numerous pilgrims from Thailand. Don'..

  • 10 Tioman Island Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    MAL - Tekek

    Considered to be one of the most beautiful islands in the world, Tioman has managed to resist the tourist hordes and still boasts some superb empty beaches, which can be reached by boat or by hiking through the jungle. A popular diving destination, t..

  • 11 Abu Bakar Royal Museum Recommended Recommended

    Museums and art

    Jln Ibrahim MAL - Johor Bahru

    A visit to the Abu Bakar Royal Museum in Johor Bahru is an absolute must! The old Victorian residence of the Johor royal family houses a superb collection of ceramics, furniture, trophies and other trinkets which give a good idea of the wealth enjoye..

  • 12 Gunung Ledang National Park Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    MAL - Muar

    Experienced hikers may like to tackle the ascension of Gunung Ledang, 1 276 m, in the national park of the same name - and will soon discover the difficulties of hiking in the tropics. Most visitors stop at the splendid waterfalls, and then return to..

  • 13 Rajang River Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    MAL - Sibu

    A trip down the Rajang river to meet the Dayak people is a unique experience and one that will stay with you forever. Spend some time with these natives of Sarawak in their extraordinary longhouses, community buildings which can accommodate up to 80 ..

  • 14 Bako National Park Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    MAL - Kuching

    Just 30km from Kuching, the hiking paths of the Bako National Park run through an incredible diversity of ecosystems. Walk along beaches and through jungle inhabited by proboscis monkeys and macaques, catch a glimpse of monitor lizards in the mangrov..

  • 15 Kinabatangan River Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    MAL - Sukau

    Don't forget to take your binoculars on this boat trip up the 560km-long Kinabatangan river, the longest in Sabah. Primates, pygmy elephants and hornbills which have fled the jungle because of deforestation can be seen on the magnificent banks of the..

  • 16 Semporna Archipelago Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    MAL - Semporna

    If the Perhentian islands are described as idyllic, what words can be used to describe the Semporna archipelago? Consisting of several stunning islets, the archipelago is famous above all for the volcanic island of Sipadan, whose vertiginous slopes p..

  • 17 Chinatown, Kuala Lumpur Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Medan Pasar MAL - Kuala Lumpur

    The narrow streets and shophouses of Chinatown still bustle with activity, although banks and boutiques have replaced the bars and cafés in Market Square or Medan Pasar. After nightfall, the stalls along Jalan Petaling are lit up and business continu..

  • 18 Petronas Twin Towers Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Jalan Ampang MAL - Kuala Lumpur

    At a height of 452m, the Petronas Towers provide breathtaking views of Kuala Lumpur City Centre. Impressive by day and stunning by night, these two towering blocks of glass and steel are both Eastern and Western in style and are connected halfway up ..

  • 19 Istana Lama Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    MAL - Sri Menanti

    The town of Sri Menanti, founded by the Minangkabau in the 16C, is home to a unique example of the local architecture - the magnificent Istana Lama, a wooden palace which was built in 1908 without using a single nail and which rests on 99 carved pill..

  • 20 Perak Tong Interesting

    Religious buildings

    MAL - Ipoh

    Not far from Ipoh, the temples of Sam Poh Tong and Perak Tong are housed in limestone caves. Dozens of Buddhas, walls covered with paintings and a monumental staircase make the latter temple, which is striking for its beauty and grandeur, a unique si..

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