Tour attractions in Malaysia
The Batu Caves are one of the major Malaysia tourist attractions drawing thousands every year. Making the steep ascent up the long staircase will leave us in anticipation of what will see next.
Melaka Sultanate Palace
It was reconstructed at the foot of St. Paul's Hill, the design of which was based on the description of the palace from the sixteenth- century 'Malay Annals' or 'Sejarah Melayu' . It provides a rare glimpse of the ancient Malay kingdom that once flourished here. Presently the palace houses the Malacca Cultural Museum, which includes many artifacts of that kingdom.
The St. Paul's Church
It is at the top of St. Paul's Hill was once the prayer house of the Portuguese Catholics. It was later turned into burial ground for their noble dead by the Dutch having Latin and Portuguese inscriptions on the tombstones. St. Francis Xavier was also buried here in 1553 before his body was moved to Goa in India.
The Bukit China
Located in the northeast part of Malacca, which is the oldest and largest Chinese cemetery outside China. There are a vast number of graves in Bukit, in roughly 12500, some even dates back in the 17th century. Many historian teams have been fascinated by the place and are one of the well known subjects in the history of Malaysia.
The Cheng Hoon Teng
It is a Buddhist temple located in Jalan, Tokong Malacca and is the oldest operating temple in Malaysia. The mosque is pretty spacious with an area of 4,600 square meters. It has numerous prayer halls and later added with small prayer quarters. It also has a seven meter long flag pole that is the most remarkable feature of the place. Many tourists and travelers have visited the place and were very mush astound with its remarkable and delightful features.
Petronas Twin Towers
The most famous Malaysia tourist attractions in Kuala Lumpur are the Petronas Twin Towers, one of the highest free-standing buildings in the world. Take some time during your Malaysia holidays and make the trip up to the Sky Bridge where you will revel in some of the best panoramic views of the city.
Malacca is a quiet seaside city located on the West Coast of Peninsular Malacca is a wonderful repository of its cultural heritage. Its colonial past is evident in its Portuguese architecture, where as on the streets, Chinese influence is most visible.
Penang, literally meaning Island of Betel Nut, is famous for its natural scenic beauty. Also known as the 'Pearl of Orient', Penang entices visitors with its warm seas, golden beaches, lush greenery and delicious cuisine.
The beaches on this island are regarded as some of the world's most picturesque hideaways quiet and unspoilt with natural beauty. Most of the best coves are privately owned by luxury resorts. Langkawi offers world-class snorkeling sites near Malaysia's best coral reefs which are in Palau Payar Marine Park. The best season to visit is from November to May when the temperature is mild with low humidity.
The Long Beach is located at Perhentian Islands. It is paradise for budget travelers with world class facilities for snorkeling and scuba Diving. Kecil Island and Besar Island have some smaller beaches like Coral and Flora Bay. These are also well maintained with serene surroundings.
Pantai Teluk Belanga
Counted among one of the world's best beaches, Emerald bay is located on privately owned island on the west coast. A perfect crescent shaped bay, Pantai Teluk, has soft golden sand and emerald blue water. Pantai Teluk Belanga Island has remained untouched from the winds of commercialization which is reflected in its abundant natural beauty and forests.
Turtle beach and Golden beach
It is Located in Borneo. Waterfalls, Jungle streams and different species of animals are common adding to the beauty of the place. The natural park has camping ground, cafés located near the beaches. The best time to visit is from April to September.