Asia is always one the most attractive tourist continents in the world, especially the Southeastern part of Asia, which possesses a lot of gifts from Mother Nature, as well as the ancient, mysterious monuments that contain many secrets waiting to be explored, and therefore, Southeast Asia attracts more and more tourists come to experience and sightsee.
Malaysia is one of the very beautiful and modern countries in Southeast Asia. So, today, let’s follow me on this article to make a Malaysia tour to discover the beautiful and interesting destinations of this country!
1. Petronas Twin Towers
No one arrives in Kuala Lumpur can ignore visiting the famous Twin Tower and taking some photos with this unique architecture, which is considered as a symbol of Kuala Lumpur and even of Malaysia.
If visiting this tower in the daytime, you may not be impressed much, but when the night falls, you will understand why the Petronas Twin Towers is the place where most people choose to take photos or check-in.
The 88-story Petronas Towers are 452 meters high, designed by Argentinean architect – César Pelli. An impressive point of this twin tower is the bridge between the two towers (Skybrige) 170m high and 158m long, located on the 41st and 42nd floor. Stand on this bridge you can see the panorama of Kuala Lumpur.
In contrast to the hectic pace of Kuala Lumpur, Malacca city is just 2.5 hours from the capital, with the charm of an ancient world, a harmonious combination of Portuguese, Dutch and English architecture mixed with Arabic, Indian and Chinese cultures. With a peaceful, ancient and quiet space, Malacca is always considered as a lively and valuable historical book of the country.
3. Tioman Island
The famous Tioman island in Mersing town, Johor, Malaysia, was selected by Time Magazine as one of the most beautiful islands in the world. Although it is one of the most developed islands in Malaysia, Tioman still preserves the natural beauty and diversity of wildlife.
The island is surrounded by coral reefs, which makes it an ideal destination for tourists who are searching for diving experience.
4. Cameron Highlands
If you want to avoid the heat of Summer days, then Cameron Highlands on the Titiwangsa Mountains will be the ideal stopover for you. Visiting Cameron Highlands, you will have the opportunity to admire the very unique and beautiful English-style architecture.
According to historical records, the plateau was first discovered in 1885 by an English explorer named William Cameron. Then, the British continued to build many facilities here such as motels, train stations, schools, hospitals, tea plantations,…
Langkawi Islands comprise 99 islands located in the Andaman Sea. There are wonderful beaches, high-end resorts and many activities associated with nature here.
The most prominent feature of Langkawi is the majestic natural space with limestone caves open between a tropical jungle. When coming here, you can take a boat ride through the mangrove forest, explore the rainforest or make a trip through the forest.
The beautiful Penang island, located in the Northwest of Malaysia, is a meeting place for East-West cultural exchanges. Therefore, the streets, houses, architecture,… of Penang is a special combination of many cultures, which creates a unique charm and is recognized by UNESCO as a world heritage.
In particular, George ancient town – the capital of Penang state, is one of the tourist highlights of this place. Therefore, when coming here, visitors will have a chance to enjoy the peaceful ancient space and the foods that make the brand “food heaven of Malaysia” for this place.
7. Mabul Island
This is a small island off the South-east coast of Sabah with soaring coconut lines, attractive beaches, fine white sand and turquoise sea water.
Not only being one of the most popular diving destinations in the world, Mabul Island is also home to a great diversity of sea creatures. , visiting Mabul you can also visit the traditional villages of Malaysia.