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Things to Do and Places to Visit in Malaysia

With country’s motto being 'Unity is Strength', Malaysia boasts of the diverse culture.
From UNESCO sites to amazing food, from Island escapes to city jam, the place is a complete package for family as well as couple holiday.

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The city lights up to the themes that leaves its spectators awestruck with its beauty.
Theme Lighting in Malaysia

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Kuala Lumpur
The capital city of Malaysia has a lot of tall stories to tell.
Amuse yourself at the Kuala Lumpur state-of-the-art airport. It’s a jungle at the airport!!

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Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia were the world’s tallest buildings until 2004. They are still the world’s tallest twin buildings joined by a sky bridge at 41st and 42nd floors.

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Challenge your photography skills to have the complete structure in your selfie.
Tip:
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, has recorded 200 rainy days in a year. So do carry a rainwear in your backpack.
If you are among the ones who call Travel as a therapy, Langkawi is the place for you!
Langkawi
A 3-4 day trip to Langkawi will help you create long lasting memories with nature. Here is the Langkawi Itinerary.
Calling itself as one of the finest ports with a plethora of goods, food, spices and a number of trading items, Malacca is a welcoming place for its visitors.
Malacca

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Taming Sari Tower : Yes you see it right, it is a revolving gyro tower in the city.
Not to Miss Places:

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The Royal Malaysian Navy Museum : A ship that sank in the 19th century is now a museum to the modern exhibits.
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Kota Kinabalu
Mount Kinabalu is an explorer’s dream -- It has a Unesco-listed mountain… The place is a call for adventure lovers and peace seekers both.
Penang
So you are going to meet the Penagites here! No, no... these are no other creatures, infact this is what the residents of Penang are called as. Food lovers out there! Penang is the “food paradise” of Malaysia.

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Genting Highlands
This hill resort experiences a great fall in temperatures. Genting Highlands would require 1-2 days of your visit to Malaysia, for various theme parks, temples and sky cab ride that it boasts of.

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Putrajaya
The biggest roundabout in the world is located at Putrajaya in Malaysia. It is 2.2 miles (3.5 km) in diameter.

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The glorious site of Putra mosque with garden landscape design connected to the roundabout is a must visit.
Light the torch to the largest cave chamber in the world (by area), the Sarawak Cave Chamber in the Gunung Mulu National Park.
Gunung Mulu National Park

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Resorts in Malaysia
"If there is paradise on earth it is here" this fits well with the beautiful resorts in Malaysia.
Fascinating Fact:
Some of the buildings in Malaysia do not have a fourth floor. These are replaced by “3A” as the sound of four (sì) is similar to the sound of death in Chinese (sĭ )

 Vinita Tahalramani

Credits
Patrick Langwallner, Izuddin Helmi Adnan, M.Fildza Fadzil, Afeeq Nadzrin