55 Places to Visit in Malaysia, Tourist Places & Top Attractions
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Sabah

Kota Kinabalu is the capital of Sabah, Borneo. This place is gaining increasing popularity as being the perfect resort destination especially due to the island city’s proximity to beautiful locations such as the luscious, green rainforests, the pretty tropical islands and the spectacularly heighted mountains.

Kota Kinabalu is situated on the west coast of Sabah and is the largest city in the state. The location serves as the main gateway into the island of Borneio. This island city overlooks the grand South China sea which is essentially bordered by hills and the very famous Crocker Range. The urban, bustling life of Kita Kinabalu can be discovered in the northern and southern region of the city.

The city is developing at an extremely fast pace too. The place now consists of 500,000 inhabitants and has experienced a surge of economic growth being the sole result of its instant development.

Kota Kinabalu which was previously recognized by the name, Jesselton was initially under the British colonial rule between the years, 1880 and 1963. It was only after the British left that Sabah along with Kota Kinabalu became a part of Malaysia.

Although most of the town was destroyed during the bombings of the second world war, the city developed greatly. These ruins still remain as a form of memory of what took place back then.

As far as the tourism experience is concerned, the place is quite friendly. For the convenience of the tourists, there are endless resorts, restaurants and hotels designed to suit the varied needs to the people staying. Transportation wise, the city is well connected and therefore, you can definitely experience a smooth stay and touring around.


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Selangor

Famous for its lush green and splendid tea plantations and home to numerous cultivation sites, Cameron Highlands is one of the most beautiful places in tropical Malaysia. Offering a retreat of natural trove, this beautiful district is home to numerous entertainment options. Located at an elevation, the weather in Cameron Highlands is cool through most part of the year.

The place also sees a vast amount of rain during the monsoon season, which has led to the growth of an exciting tropical fauna. Cameron Highlands is the perfect place to go trekking, hiking or sightseeing if you are a fan of nature and adventure. The dense jungles, the undulating terrain and the many lakes and rivers offer the opportunity to explore the countryside in unique ways.

Cameron Highlands is known for its unique local produce such as strawberries, locally sourced honey, its range of succulents and tea. Sprawling strawberry estates, tea plantations and honey farms are a major part of Cameron Highlands’ attraction. You can book a holiday to these beautiful valleys for a memorable vacation with your loved ones.

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Pahang

Imagine a city boasting of gleaming skyscrapers, colonial architecture, charming locals, and a myriad of natural attractions. A city with food-stall-lined streets shaded by a leafy canopy of banyan trees. Kuala Lumpur - the capital city of Malaysia is that city.
Divided into numerous districts, its main hub is called the Golden Triangle which comprises Bukit Bintang, Aquaria KLCC and Chinatown. Kuala Lumpur is widely recognized for numerous landmarks, including Petronas Twin Towers (the world’s tallest twin skyscrapers), Petaling Street flea market, and Batu Caves, which is over 400 million years old, the Islamic Arts museum and the Royal Malaysian Police museum.

People from all areas within Malaysia come to Kuala Lumpur to find jobs or do business. Tourist love the city as it has numerous great sights & attractions. Apart from the architectural marvels, tourists can feel the ultimate adrenaline rush by engaging in several adventurous activities to choose from. Besides that there are simply too many choices when it comes to dining options. You can go shopping in one of the many modern shopping malls within the city center. Kuala Lumpur is the perfect destination for a short visit or stopover and many tourists are drawn back to the great city during their travels through Malaysia.

Kuala Lumpur is the multicultural melting pot for different cultures and traditions which is widely seen all across Asia. Beyond the traffic and malls there is a complex cultural patchwork formed of distinct, coexisting communities, united by the warm welcome extended to guests.

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Popularly known by its title as the ‘Jewel of Kedah’, Langkawi is a 99-island archipelago located some 30 kilometers off the Malaysian coast. Nestled just along the Thai border, the origins of this sea-fed island dates back to the 14th century in recordings, and is closely associated with the Kedah Sultanate. 

The beauty of Langkawi city derives equally from its natural charms as it does from its bustling metropolitan landscape. On one hand, the city’s allure yields to the azure Andaman sea and rolling cliffs that border it on all sides; on the other hand, the twinkling light’s of the emerging cityscape keeps the Langkawi night alive.

To no surprise, Langkawi’s natural attractions form the city’s biggest assets. Gunung Raya, the tallest peak in Langkawi, attracts tourists both for its hiking trails and it's beautiful panoramic views of the city. The island is also home to a number of splendid waterfalls, some of which are closely related to the mythical legends of Langkawi. In addition to these, the smaller islands in the vicinity, such as Pulau Bokor Pulau Payar, can serve as great excursions from Langkawi as well. 

Despite its small size, Langkawi is always bustling with activity. The beaches around the island are well known for their beachside clubs, eateries and watersports, and cannot be missed while on a visit. Being a duty-free archipelago, Langkawi is also widely popular for its inexpensive shopping experience, both at its multi storey shopping center and local night markets. The Langkawi Cable Car Ride is another popular tourist experience here, and is well regarded for its excellent views. 

The weather in Langkawi remains warm and humid throughout the year, with very little variation across seasons. In fact, seasons in Langkawi are generally divided into two distinct categories- wet and dry. The dry season, which receives comparatively less showers, lasts between November and March.

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Penang

Tourist places in Penang include all kinds of places like beaches, forests, temples, museums and so on which is a must visit for every individual. This place has a rich Chinese culture and is known all over the world for this culture and tradition. The locals consider Penang to be the food capital of Malaysia as it has an array of lip-smacking traditional dishes that can be found in the streets and almost anywhere in Penang. Penang considers tourism to be it's only income source so one can easily find different types of hotels and resorts ranging from luxurious ones to budget ones. The Arulmigu Karumariamman Temple is one of the greatest attractions present here.

 

Being located in Indonesia, this Indian temple is believed to have the largest sculpted pillar in Malaysia. Then the water edges present in Clan Jetties is a perfect fishing spot for all those who love this activity. One can witness the majestic sunset by sitting on wooden planked walkaway built over the water. One can visit the Bukit Mertajam Recreational Forest to carry out adventure activities like Trekking, Rappelling, Canyon Swing and so on. The special thing about Penang is that it offers a mixed bag of activities that the tourists can do over here. They can go out on a food tour where they can taste some of the very famous and delicious local street food presents here.

 

One can visit the small street markets and indulge in some shopping while in Penang, they can buy some traditional Chinese lamps, antique jewelry and so on. Tourist places in Penang also houses a large number of beaches which are all equally good and the perfect place to relax and feel rejuvenated. There are some National Parks and Adventure Parks that tourists can visit while in Penang to experience something different than the regular sightseeing. Overall Penang is the perfect place for a vacation with family and friends in almost any season.

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Ipoh

Offering you a slice of paradise, Ipoh is a historic city with numerous historical places to visit, things to do along with providing some of the most spellbinding views. The pleasant weather of Ipoh city offers you a state of pure bliss enhancing your experience of planning a vacation to this alluring city making your vacation a memorable one.

From historical cave temples including Sam Poh Tong, Perak Cave Temples to famous museums that provide you insights into the history of tin mining in this city like the tea museum and Han Chin Pet Soo, visiting Ipoh is like gaining tremendous knowledge. You can also visit the beautiful lakes and go on river walks, this city is never going to disappoint you. The colonial buildings in Ipoh also stand firm in all its glory depicting the struggles of the past and yet retaining their charm.

The Kellie’s Castle and Dr. Seenivasagam Park will take you on a spectacular adventure with a fusion of splendid beauty and thrilling activities. Gunung Lake and Kinta river walk on the hand make for one of the most relaxing and mesmerising experiences at once.

You can also visit the Ipoh’s markets and shop till your feet give up and buy everything from amazing handicrafts, white coffee or souvenirs to take back or just relish the authentic, local food in Ipoh that will leave you licking your fingers and craving for more. Plan a trip to this enchanting city if you are looking for a perfect getaway escaping the chaos and stress of everyday life and travel with your friends, family or partner to this city for a perfect vacation.

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Malacca

Malacca City is known for its extravaganza of art, craft, culture, and breathtaking cuisines. If you wish to witness a kaleidoscope of architectural specimens, then the old mansions and shophouses in Malacca will satiate your historical cravings.

The crimson buildings, colorful trishaws, and homegrown galleries present here make it a place worth visiting for every type of traveler. The most popular attraction here is the Butterfly and Reptile Park that is a treat for nature enthusiasts and is home to distinct varieties of butterflies. If you’re looking to appreciate splendid views, then Shore Sky should be your ideal stopover as it offers a 360-degree view of the entire city.

The spiritual soul of Malacca is Cheng Hoon Teng Temple that follows the principles of feng shui and practices Taoism, Buddhism, and Confucianism. For a relaxing vibe and a scenic view of nature, you must visit Ayer Keroh that is the green belt of this city and is home to trees and shrubs of hundred years of age.

Malacca Tourism has especially spiked up due to the Jonker Walk Night Market that is organized on the weekends and exhibits musical performances, shopping venues, and street food. If you want to learn about the historical past of this city and you wish to know about the fascinating stories prevalent here, then you must be a part of the Melaka Free Walking Tour.

You can also enjoy boating on the Malacca River while gushing into the breathtaking views. And if you’re looking for that wow factor during your trip, then you must visit Alor Gajah that is a laidback countryside town located around twenty-four kilometers from Malacca. It has water parks, theme parks and even offers safari tours to the visitors. So get set for limitless fun, adventure, and create a string of memories as you explore the fascinating city of Malacca.

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Other Attractions

Located on the west coast of Sabah, Mount Kinabalu is the highest mountain peak in Malaysia, standing at a whopping height of 4101 meters. This humongous mountain is abundant in the different species of flora and fauna at various altitudes. It is renowned for its biodiversity of plants that serve as a vast array of natural habitats for animals to thrive. The fantastic views and the thrill urges visitors to go trekking on this mountain. 

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Skytrail Jungle Trekking provides a one-of-a-kind experience of going up Gunung Machinchang, Malaysia's oldest mountain range and home to one of the world's most ancient rainforests. The 45-minute hike allows you to see Langkawi's magnificent rainforest with an expert guide and take an exciting cable car ride. Once on the top, you can catch spectacular panoramic views of the rainforest, Andaman sea, and the whole Langkawi island, worth cherishing forever.

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Beat the heat of Kuala Lumpur and hop in for an extraordinary experience at the magical theme park of Sunway Lagoon. With six different zones featuring thrilling bungee jumping rides to classic turbulence water slides, you are in for a treat. Experience the best of 5D cinematic movies at the waterpark and tune in for a gripping slingshot ride at x park lagoon. 

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KL Forest Eco Park is the only natural rainforest situated in Kuala Lumpur. Formerly it was known as Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve, and it was gazetted as a forest reserve in 1906. It is one of the oldest forests in Malaysia. To visit the KL Eco park, you need not pay any entrance fee; however, you need to be careful of the weather, broker trails, and dangerous animals like scorpions, bee snakes, etc.

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Bukit Bintang is the shopping and entertainment hub of Kuala Lumpur that is known for luxurious hotels, plush malls and dynamic bars pulsating high-spirited energy in the streets. Bukit Bintang is an upscale neighbourhood that houses popular landmarks like Berjaya Times Square Theme Park and Menara KL Tower. The streets are flanked by food stalls serving delicious street food and flea markets featuring low-priced apparels.

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Suria KLCC is one of the notable Malaysian landmarks and one of the top fashion destinations, with over 300 worldwide and local labels and unique businesses. The Petronas Art Gallery, Aquaria KLCC, and Petrosains, a science discovery centre, are all located within this premium shopping complex.

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Pavilion Kl is a sparkling clean, airy shopping mall featuring various upmarket brands on different floors. The mall is exquisitely decorated for multiple occasions throughout the year. If you want your shopping experience to be sterile, the mall is for you—the main attraction is Tokyo Street, where small Japanese-themed storefronts and eateries can be seen. Also, if you are coffee lover, you can grab an excellent coffee from a famous coffee shop at the mall.

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Aquaria KLCC is the largest oceanarium in Malaysia that houses over 5000 creatures of the marine kingdom. It is a state-of-the-art aquarium with a 90-metre long underwater walkway featuring a clear-glass tunnel through which visitors can get a close look at the sea creatures. There are eight unique exhibit zones where you can closely interact with the aquatic animals and learn all about life under the ocean.

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Batu Caves is a prominent heritage site that encloses a series of limestone caves and cave temples. Sri Subramanian Swamy Temple, guarded by the tall and majestic Lord Murugan Statue at the foot of the cave, is regarded as sacred and frequented by devotees from all over the world. The Ramayana Cave that depicts the story of the epic is another splendid attraction at Batu Caves.

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Menara

The Menara Kuala Lumpur is a communications tower built right in the heart of the city, very close to the famed Petronas towers. It is one of the most recognisable structures of the entire city and is also considered to be a building of cultural importance. The tower, being a part of the World Federation of Great Towers, is often used by various organisations for their broadcasting requirements.

Besides the awe-worthy spectacle of the tower being used for Falak observation, the tower has over time also become a venue for interesting and amusing events. A race is organised here annually, where participants compete in a bid to reach the top of the stairs before anyone else. It is also used to observe the moon to declare the month of Ramadan.

As the 7th tallest freestanding tower in the world, it is visible from a majority of locations around the city. It stands at the height of 421 meters and offers the most splendid of the entire city. The original design of this tower represented the human journey for achieving perfection in life.

The architecture of the tower represents Islamic architectural heritage. With amazing restaurants, interesting entertainment centres and a great view, this tower should be a must-visit on your bucket list!

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Tanjung Rhu Beach is one of the clearest and cleanest beaches in the entire country of Malaysia. This beautiful beach has white sands with emerald blue waters, rightfully owning its title as one of the cleanest beaches of the Langkawi island chain. Away from much commercialization, this beach is a home for relaxation and light-hearted activities. Frequently used as a place for picnics and staycations, Tunjung Rhu Beach is also known as the Bird watcher’s paradise possessing 20 different species.

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KLCC Park is an urban park in the Kuala Lumpur Convention Centre designed to add some greenery and beautify the surrounding areas including the Petronas Tower and Suria Shopping Complex. The artificial lake, Lake Symphony, and the huge As Syakirin Mosque are the most notable attractions at KLCC Park. The jogging track, children’s playground and water fountain are other features that attract the residents nearby.

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Langkawi Islands in Malaysia is a group of 104 islands whose visibility is subject to high and low tides. These islands are known as the “Jewel of Kedah” owing to their lush green beauty presented in the emerald waters. A boat ride to the Langkawi islands includes beautiful sightseeing of the islands and visiting craft villages, museums, aquariums, and many more attractive places. These islands are a hub for water activities such as paragliding, cable car ride, snorkeling, swimming, banana boat ride, water skiing, etc. 

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The Sultan Abdul Samad Building, which is located inside the historically significant Merdeka Square, is undoubtedly a sanctuary for historians and architectural enthusiasts. It is a building that is solely dedicated to the Sultan of Selangor. It now houses Malaysia's Ministry of Information, Communications, and Culture.

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Nestled in the Perdana Botanical Gardens, the KL Bird Park is a sanctuary for all bird lovers and bird watchers and has a tropical setting that serves as a gorgeous backdrop. It is the home to over 3000 kinds of animals and migratory birds and hence attracts the numerous bird watchers, both novice and expert, into its premises.

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The Malaysian country has well preserved the Hindu tradition and the best of its cultures and traditions can be seen at the incredibly beautiful Sri Maha Mariamman Temple. Located in the centre of Kuala Lumpur, this temple has a fine and aesthetic architecture, a staggering Gopuram representing the South Indian temple architecture and more. Offer your prayers at this temple and take home splendid memories from your Malaysian excursion.

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Looking for a subtle Kuala Lumpur Chinatown nightlife experience? Head from the main road (Jalan Petaling) to the narrow side and get to the Petaling Street Night Market. The thriving street market with the stalls cluttered close to one another stock everything from the Hello Kitty watches to fake-label Gucci clutches. To get your stuff at the best price, you can stroll along doing ‘window-shopping’ first and then return back to the stall that gives you the best price. All the prices quoted by the seller are usually marked up by approx 50%.

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Endau Rompin National Park is a beautiful place in Malaysia that houses the second-highest mountain peak in the country. This national park is an abundance of natural wonders that will surprise you with its magnificence. While the waterfalls, rivers, and pools line the premises of the park, you can stroll along the ancient landscape or go for some delightful hiking.

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Gunung Mulu National Park is a beautiful national park situated in Sarawak that comprises caves and karst formations in the setting of the mountainous equatorial rainforest. This national park is highly renowned for its impressive collection of caves and rich dense rainforests. It is also home to a vast variety of flora and fauna, thereby offering a perfect escapade from the humdrum of city life close to the lap of nature.

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Also known as Taman Negara Pulau Pinang by the local people, Penang National Park is located at the north-western tip of Penang Island and is the first protected area that is legally gazetted under Malaysia’s National Park Act of 1980. This national park features a seasonal meromictic lake, mangrove forests, lovely pristine beaches, and lowland dipterocarp forests. You will also find a plethora of flora and fauna in the park that will leave you astonished with its remarkable beauty. 

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A dream destination for all the wildlife and nature lovers, Kinabalu Park, encompasses around 5000 plant species and over 90 mammal species. The gigantic Mount Kinabalu range forms the major highlight of this park. This heritage park, which is also the starting point of Kinabalu trek, is conveniently located at an altitude of 1585 metres. If you want to add a dash of adventure into your trip, engage in activities like birding, mountain biking, golf, and farm tours. You can also capture the beauty of this place in your camera as a memento your way back home.

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Located on the west coast of Sabah, Mount Kinabalu is the highest mountain peak in Malaysia, standing at a whopping height of 4101 meters. This humongous mountain is abundant in the different species of flora and fauna at various altitudes. It is renowned for its biodiversity of plants that serve as a vast array of natural habitats for animals to thrive. The fantastic views and the thrill urges visitors to go trekking on this mountain. 

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Located on the Penang Island of Malaysia, this hill is a group of hills. Penang hill is the highest peak with its western hill at 833 meters above sea level. The highest peak is accessible by Penang Railway Station and is one of the most visited tourist destinations in Malaysia. The lush rainforests of the hill are one of the main attractions dating back to 130 million years in the past, older than Amazon rainforests. This beautiful hill is listed in the World Network of Biosphere Reserve (WNBR).

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Entopia Penang is one of Malaysia’s largest butterfly farms and is home to more than 15,000 butterflies that can fly freely inside the park premises. Entopia is also home to more than 200 species of flora and over 150 species of fauna. Apart from butterflies, the other resident species include insects and creepy crawlies. Visitors get to learn more about nature and its smallest creatures at the interactive edu-stations situated amidst the recreated natural habitats of numerous species.

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Regarded as one of the oldest national parks in Malaysia, Bako National Park is home to several beaches, cliffs, and rock formations. Enveloping the peninsula of Muara Tebas, the park highlights exceptional wildlife, like proboscis monkeys, long-tailed macaque monkeys, monitor lizards, and squirrels. The scenic coastlines and bays at the Bako National Park also provide a unique combination of the forest by the beach.

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Underwater World Langkawi, one of Malaysia's largest aquariums, is a magnificent destination to see more than 4000 different species of aquatic animals up close. It educates visitors about the importance of marine life through themed zones such as Freshwater, Tropical Rainforest, Sub-Antarctic, and Temperate. From witnessing exotic aquatic life in a 15-meter-long tunnel to touching and feeding sea creatures, every experience at the aquarium is exhilarating.

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Splash Out Langkawi is the very first water park on the famed island of Langkawi and is located about 20 minutes from the island's airport in Kuah Town. The park's 12 thrilling rides and attractions cover 12 acres and promise an experience unlike any other. 

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The Genting Cable Car is one of the most prominent highlights of Malaysia’s blend of the ultra-modern and nature, the Genting Highlands. The aerial gondola ride connects Awana SkyWay, which lies mid-slope, to the SkyAvenue Station at the peak, with an optional stop at Chin Swee Station. Witness an enthralling 360-degree view of the lush rainforest as you breathe in the fresh mountain air and rise to a height of more than 600 metres in ten minutes.

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Serving as the largest chain of water parks in Malaysia, the Wet World Shah Alam Water Park is a promising park that provides fun times for all groups of people. It offers a perfect escapade for adventure seekers and water activity enthusiasts with around eight different rides and attractions. You can spend a wonderful time with your family at the water park or relish the delectable dishes that are being served inside the park.

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Breakout Malaysia is a unique experience of stimulating your brain in different spine-chilling game rooms based on real-life scenarios. At this place, you and your friends will make a perfect escape plan together by solving riddles and bringing out the instincts of a detective that lies within you. The experience in Breakout Malaysia improves teamwork and advances problem-solving skills.

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The Lost World of Tambun is an exhilarating, family-friendly multi-themed adventure park set amidst a lush tropical jungle, hot springs, and a 400-million-year-old stunning limestone hill. It includes seven fantastic adventure parks, making it a one-stop location for fun, adventure, and relaxation for tourists of all ages. Experience entertaining water park attractions, restorative hot springs, thrilling animal encounters, and more in the park, boasting something for everyone, day or night!

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As the name indicates, this theme park is filled with various rides and attractions, all constructed out of Lego Bricks. It is the first international theme park in Malaysia and attracts thousands of tourists of all age groups year after year.

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Dataran Merdeka, also known as Merdeka Square, is a place of historical significance in Kuala Lumpur in which the Malayan flag was hoisted for the first time in 1957. Currently, it is rejoiced as a picnic spot and all the visitors, kids and adults alike, have a great time unwinding here and playing in the large playground.

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The majestic, National Mosque of Malaysia is also referred to as the Masjid Negara. Built in 1965, it was constructed to mark the celebration of the Malaysia’s independence. Being, one of the South East Asia’s largest mosque, it can accommodate about 15,000 people. The key features of the mosque include a 73-metre-high minaret and a 16-pointed star concrete main roof. Even Non Muslims are welcomed to visit this beauty outside of the prayer time. 

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Changkat Bukit Bintang or commonly called the times square of Kuala Lumpur, is a heavenly one stop destination for all party animals and clubbing lovers. This street avenue has an active night light, and its plethora of bars and restaurants and popular clubs will make you come back for more.

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I-City Theme Park is an extravagant amusement park in the urban hub of I-City at Shah Alam in Selangor. The theme park is divided into five different attraction zones, each of which features fun-filled rides and entertainment activities. In addition to these rides and games, there are also many food stalls and restaurants serving flavourful food. 

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Pantai Kok Beach is a home to some of the most high end and upscale resorts such as the Sheraton and Tanjung Sanctuary. Beautiful with clear waters and clean sands it is definitely a great tourist attraction. It is peaceful and calm, making it a popular spot for young couples.

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It is a veritable secret paradise where you can see butterflies dancing nonchalantly in clumps of fern flowering vines and amidst scented beautiful flowers. The Kuala Lumpur Butterfly Park is crowned the best in the world with no comparison by the renowned Discovery channel. It is the most extensive butterfly garden in the world, occupying a beautiful landscape having more than 5,000 live butterflies, ferns, butterfly-host plants, and other exotic plants. 

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The Sin Sze Si Ya Temple is known to be the oldest Taoist temple situated in Chinatown of Kuala Lumpur. This temple was built way back in 1864 and the two supreme deities Si Sze Ya and Sin Sze Ya, from Kapitan Yap Ah Loy are prominently worshiped here. He claimed both deities helped him to earn the status of Kapitan during the war of 1870s. The temple has a majestic memorial plaque of Yap Kwan Seng, Yap Ah Loy, Yap Ah Shak, and Chan Sow Lin.

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Located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur is the place which never sleeps and is always filled with colors and bustles all the time - Chinatown of Kuala Lumpur. If ever visiting Kuala Lumpur, Chinatown must definitely be in your ‘to-visit’ list, especially if you are a true bargain hunter, as it is also famously known as the ‘Bargain Hunter’s Paradise.’


You can find everything here, from the Chinese herbs to the imitation goods. Especially at night, the place is a shopper's’ paradise and turns into a lively and vibrant night market.

Location: The Chinatown is located on the Petaling Street, also known as ‘Chee Cheong Kai (Starch Factory Street.)

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The Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia, which is nestled in the city's core, houses about 7,000 relics that puts a spotlight on the Islamic world. The museum has been well received since its opening in 1998, and it has drawn visitors of all faiths from all across the world. It indeed is the largest and most celebrated Islamic Art Museum in South East Asia.

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KidZania Kuala Lumpur is a 'miniature town' that gives kids a unique and imaginative opportunities to explore the career they've always wanted or to walk in their parents' shoes. Your kid will be thrilled to dress up as a chef, a firefighter, a nurse, a doctor, a scientist, or anything else they want to be when they reach adulthood to become responsible adults, thanks to the 80+ occupations available.

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Berjaya Times Square Theme Park is the largest indoor theme park in Malaysia that houses a plethora of rides and attractions. The theme park is a one-stop destination for ultimate entertainment and fun that is suitable for people of all age groups. Besides the rides and game, the park also has function venues to host events.

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Peninsular Malaysia's Taman Negara is a national park renowned for its flora and fauna. With different geographical and ecological features, the park has become one of the most serene Malaysian destinations. Hiking to Gunung Tahan, recognized as being one of Malaysia's most difficult trails, is among the most exhilarating activities available in Taman Negara.

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Brickfields Little India is a medium-sized town situated within Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The place is named so due to the high percentage of Indian residents and businesses. You can experience modern high-rise buildings, village-style and colonial houses here. Its streets are filled with all kinds of Indian cultural things, right from Indian food, shops, to clothing etc.

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If you are an adventure seeker and a nature enthusiast, visit the picturesque Gunung Gagau peak in Malaysia. Standing at a height of 4513 feet, Gunung Gagau borders the states of Pahang, Terengganu, and Kelantan. It is a popular trekking destination and is known for its diverse flora and fauna. While hiking around the beautiful green hills, you can also spot a variety of medicinal herbs and catch splendid views of the surrounding areas.

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