The Southeast of Asia would never be this popular if it weren’t for this teeming oasis of profound cultural value, foreigner-friendly environment, heavenly weather, brilliant white sand beaches, exquisite snorkelling and diving opportunities, the classiest of shopping centres and most of all, a plethora of unforgettably beautiful landscapes. You will simply not know what you would do with the diverse variety of activities at Malaysia.
The west coast of Malaysia shelters the iridescent cosmopolitan capital city of Kuala Lumpur. This city holds numerous tourist sites ranging from the eminentPetronas Towers, to the nearby Batu Caves. Moreover, this candid city is a world-famous shopping hub and serves addictive delicacies that make your taste buds go crazy. Kuala Lumpur will impress you with the glitterati of the concrete jungle and moments so colourful that you will fall in love with this city instantly.
Moving towards the east coast, you will have the opportunity to witness numerous easy-to-reach tropical islands such as Sibu and the Perhentianislands that offer snorkelling and diving off brilliant white sand beaches. Towards the north of Peninsula Malaysia, a wide variety of hill resorts are available that offer a warm respite from the heat and humidity of the coast. The current trend is seeing a lot Hill resort holidays in Malaysia, to serve which, visitors have a wide spectrum to choose from. To rate a few on the level of refinement, tranquillity and well-equipped trait, The Cameron Highlands, Fraser’s Hill and Genting Highlands are a few places not to be missed.
If you have a habit of gazing at the beauty of the sky, getting smitten by the rich bio-diversity, and are really a person of nature then you will definitely consider missing the East Malaysia a huge misfortune. This core part of Malaysia breeds brilliant tropical islands bursting with hard core outdoor and watersport opportunities in the magnificent duo islands of Sabah and Sarawak. To quench your thirst of natural beauty, a visit to Kinabalu National Park would be advisable with its stuffed bio-diversity. This exquisite place has been enlisted a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Furthermore, you can also head to the Sipadan Island for some fabulous display of nature and what are considered to be the best diving and snorkelling sites in the world.
All in all, Malaysia is a country with multidimensional attractions that offer the visitors an awful lot to choose from. It redefines the word serenity, re-establishes the bond between man and nature and helps recuperate from your worries of life.