Malaysia is one of the seasonal countries. It rains almost every day here. The hills and the jungle are seen in many parts of the country. The number of spectacular and interesting places in the country is also not less. Every establishment from the country’s roads to the tourist attraction has been built. Malaysia is the first choice for many tourists due to low travel costs. So every year many tourists from different countries travel to Malaysia. Let’s explore Malaysia’s most spectacular and interesting 5 Tourist Spots before traveling to Malaysia:
Five Most Attractive Places in Malaysia
5. Batu Caves:
Batu Caves is the 5th most popular tourist destination in Malaysia. It is located about 13 kilometers north of Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia. There are 3 large and several small caves and the largest cave is named Temple Guha. Its ceiling is about 122 meters high. Here is the Hindu math dedicated to Lord Murugan (Hindu deity), the temple of Batu Kevas or Sri Shuvarmaniya. It is estimated to be 400 million years old. To reach that temple, the devotees have to step down 272 steps.
4. Taman Negara:
Taman Negara at the 4th place of the list. Taman Negara, literally means the Malay word “national park”. It is one of the oldest tropical rainforests in the world. Here are many fountains along with large trees, waterfalls. There is a trekking arrangement in the jungle environment. There is also the longest road in the world to walk on the moon lamps. To see the extinct animals of Asia, Taman Negara is called Paradise. Among them, Asian elephants, tigers, leopards and rhinos are notable. But because of the low number of them, they are not usually seen at all. But be sure that you see many species of birds and small animals there.
3. Mount Kinabalu:
Mount Kinabalu is the 3rd most visited tourist destination in Malaysia. It is the highest mountain in the island of Borneo in southeast Asia. Its height is 4,095 meters. It is also the highest mountain in Malaysia. The Kimbalu Park, which has a large area surrounding this mountain, is the first World Heritage Site in Malaysia. The mysterious Mount Kinabalu is usually covered with clouds. However, regardless of the season, the mountain calls for peaceful and cleanliness all year round. Its fresh cooler air travelers make them immortal and vivid.
Petronas Twin Towers:
Petronas Twin Towers at the third place of the list. Before constructing “Taipei 101” in 2004, this Petronas Twin Towers located in Kuala Lumpur was the world’s tallest building (height 452 meters). Although it is still the tallest twin building in the world. The construction of the Petronas Twin Towers reflects the reflection of Muslim culture in Malaysia, in this 88-floors building. The 41tt and 42th floors of the Petronas Twin Towers, there are a connection bridge between two towers, named Skybridge. Visitors will be able to visit 13 dollars at the cost of this Skybridge in Petronas Twin Towers.
The most spectacular and interesting place for Malaysian tourists is Mulu Caves. It is a cave. The cave is located in Gunnung Mulu National Park, Borneo, Malaysia. The park is incredibly surrounded by many caves. The Sarawak cave found in one of these underground caves is the world’s largest cave. It is said that the size of its compartment is so big that within this 40 boeing-747 aircraft can easily move and also do not overlapping any fan. The visitor’s visit ends in a place called ‘Garden of Eden’. But if the weather is good, visitors can enjoy one of the attractions of Mulu Caves, from 5pm to 7pm, the evening tour with millions of bats together.
Some other tourist spots in Malaysia: Legoland Theme Park, Malacca City, Istana Buyada, Bukit Bintang, Cameron Highlands, Aquaria K.L.C.C, A’Famosa Resort, Kuala Lumpur Tower, Pulau Tioman, Perhentian Islands, Penang Hill, Langkawi Island, Genting Highlands Theme Park etc.