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Tuesday, 29 July 2008
This section of the portal reviews the top destinations of Malaysia. As there are so many travel destinations to choose from when touring Malaysia, check this section to see what is the most visited sites visited by people from and outside Malaysia.

National Parks

Malaysia is ever famous for its natural offerings as well as the modern cities and some historical ones. There are national parks like the Taman Negara National Park, which has one of the oldest rainforests in the world while the Kinabalu National Park surrounds the highest peak in Malaysia, Mount Kinabalu.


There are also islands and resorts like Pulau Tioman, which was once in the top 10 most beautiful islands in the world. Other islands are Pulau Redang, Perhentian and Manukan which attracts its fair share of tourists every year. The biggest island is Penang island, which is a state by itself and houses its own seaside resorts, city center and shopping malls. Penang is popular with most people for its great food and entertainment outlets.

Pulau Langkawi which is located just north of Penang island is one of the few tax free zones in Malaysia. It hosts an annual air show as well as a lot of seminar for companies who would usually go there for seminars and conference while taking some time off.

The islands in Malaysia are one of the most visited ones in the region because some islands are already renowned internationally for its events and competitions. For instance, Sipadan island in Sabah is one of the best deep sea diving spots, attracting divers from the world over yearly. Pulau Dugun in Terengganu hosts the yearly Monsoon Cup which is an international yachting competition while Pulau Manukan and Pulau Tioman are world wide renowned surfing locations.

Other famous islands in Malaysia include Pulau Ketam, a fishing village that live on stilts over the seas and often attracting people from the country to enjoy the seafood there while Pulau Pangkor and Pulau Redang are famous seaside resorts.


You can also visit the highlands like Cameron Highlands which is the biggest tea exporter in the country and produces vegetables and flower for the country. Genting Highlands is another resort style highlands where you can bring your whole family to enjoy the amusement there. Genting also hosts its own casino and indoor theme park.


You are sure to find that landmarks reviewed here include the Petronas Twin Towers which was once the tallest building in the world. Enacted in the heart of the capital of Kuala Lumpur, it is a sight to behold whether you are below, far away or anywhere around the twin towers. Covered primarily in steel, you will find this to be an astonishing sight as you indulge in your shopping spree at the Suria KLCC just below the towering buildings.

The recent declaration of George Town and Malacca city as World Heritage sites meant that you are bound to be historically astounded when you visit any of these two cities. GeorgeTown is located at the northern state of Penang while Malacca is at the southern section of Peninsular Malaysia, both of which preserves its historical traits and architectural pre-war buildings are great attractions.


If you like history, you can visit the other landmarks like the National Museum where you can find artifacts and relics left behind by the former colonies of Malaysia. cuti provides the information on how to get to these places as well as entrance fees and opening hours.

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