Kuala Lumpur, the capital city of Malaysia is a beautiful city to explore if you are after towering buildings like KL Tower or Petronas Twin Towers, and like to discover what the heritage sites and colonial buildings has to offer. Nightlife, luxury hotels, ordered skyscrapers are all the keywords associated with this busy city.
With its capital city listed as UNESCO World Heritage site, Melaka has all the historical and cultural backgrounds for your exploration. Step your feet into the many heritage sites such as the Stadhuys, Christ Church and Cheng Ho Museum to find out the story in the past.
Known as the food paradise in Malaysia, Penang is a tourist preferred destinations famous for its pre world war ancient buildings. Penang also well known for its untouched beaches and happening night life.Penang’s city the Georgetown is the second UNESCO World Heritage city following Melaka city.
Bounded by the bustling city of Kuala Lumpur, Selangor is one of the popular tourist destinations in Malaysia. From the cultural sites to exciting theme parks, Selangor has it all to offer for its visitors.
Relax and unwind in the beautiful Pangkor Island or take a scenic walk all the way up to the Maxwell Hill in Taiping. Perak also features unspoiled caves waiting to be explored and hot springs park for a fun filled family getaway.
Scuba diving, snorkeling and sun bathing in the spectacular islands are activities closely linked with the state of Terengganu. This state is perfect for visitors who wish to spend their time on the beautiful islands for underwater discovery or simply relax on the beach.
If you are interested to find out the historical background of Malay cultures, Kelantan is the state that you must visit. The state also homes to several fishing villages, beaches and paddy fields that are waiting to be discovered.
Kedah, known as the rice bowl of Malaysia, is a state not only famous for its eco-tourism but also features the most popular island, Langkawi. You will also never short of option for adventurous activities either on the mainland or in the island.
Johor is another state closely associated with beautiful islands. With Payar Island, Pemanggil Island, Rawa Island all within reach, visitors will enjoy the island life as well as the many activities the islands has to offer.
Pahang is a state full of natural extremes with the National Park, the popular Tioman Island, Genting Highlands and Cameron Highlands serve as the iconic representatives. With all attractions can be reached within hours of drive from Kuala Lumpur, Pahang is one of the most popular tourist places in Malaysia.
Enjoy a morning hike to the summit of Broga Hill to enjoy the magnificent views of nearby towns or simply enjoy a relaxing sun bath on one of the beaches in Port Dickson. Negeri Sembilan is state for relaxing family vacation.
Perlis has a number of tourist destinations for day trip, ranging from recreational parks to royal places. The state also serves as a transit point for travelers between Thailand and Malaysia as it sits at the border of both countries.
Sabah, well known for its Eco-tourism with diversified of natural heritage sites. The state also known as the surfer paradise, Sipadan Island, Mabul Island and Mataking Island are a few key islands rich in marine life that worth for a visit. The UNESCO World Heritage site Kinabalu Park is also located within this state.
Putrajaya is one of the federal territories in Malaysia. This is a newly developed area that homes to government offices that include the office of Prime Minister. The Seri Wawasan Bridge is one of the main attractions within Putrajaya follows by the Botanical Gardens and the Putra Mosque.
Dive into one of the untouched islands in East Malaysia, Papan Island, to discover the beautiful underwater marine life. Enjoy a day out on horseback or check out the mystery Labuan Chimney to discover the historical background of this place.