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Top 5 Things to Do in Malaysia – Add these to your bucket list

Don't waste time running around like a headless chicken when you're on vacation! This list of top things to do when you're in Malaysia will save you heaps of time covering all the best attractions.

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Petronas Twin Towers

If you don't plan on visiting the Petronas Twin Towers, you better have a perfectly good explanation as to why. The iconic towers deserve a visit and a couple of pictures from your phone. Completed in 1998, these towers were once named to be the tallest in the world, however, since Burj Khalifa won the race of being the tallest building the world, the Petronas Twin Towers are said to be the tallest twin structures in the world. Featuring 88 storeys, both towers are joined at the 41st and 442nd floors by double deck Sky Bridge, which measures to about 58 meters in length. Next to the towers, you'll find a glittering mall and a park as well as a convention center and an art gallery located in close proximity.

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Cat madness

If you really like cats, take a boat or a plane to Kuching, where there a cat museum and a giant cat statue in the middle of the city! The Cat Museum has over 2000 exhibits and statues of cats from around the world. According to Chinese and Malaysian beliefs, cats are known to bring fortune to anyone that owns it and this Cat museum is said to be extremely lucky to Kuching. The Cat Museum is said to conduct research, presentation, documentation, declaration and education of local historical descent, culture and other factors of the land. If you're interested in staying at a service apartment in Kuching, there are a number of options available such as Citadines Uplands Kuching.

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Sky Bridge

Sky Bridge in Langkawi provides the most breath taking view of the Malaysia's stunning landscapes. To reach the bridge, you will first have to make a cable car journey until you reach the highest station, which is located on Malaysia's second highest peak. The curved bridge measures to around 125 meters in length and is 1.8 meters in width, is believed to be one the longest curved bridges in the world! Once you're on the bridge, you'll be able to see the glimmering waters of the Andaman Sea and the islands.

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Sunway Lagoon Theme Park

If you're tired of sightseeing and are looking for something fun and thrilling to do while you're on holiday – because that's ideally what you should be doing on a holiday!!! Head over to Sunway Lagoon Theme Park for a day of excitement in the theme park and water park. The theme park is divided in to 3 sections, the Waters of Africa, World of Adventures and Wild Wild West.

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Melaka Historic City

Melaka used to be quite famous, before Kuala Lumpur took over its spotlight. Over the years, the city was transformed from a thriving central tourist spot to a sleepy town and has many historic attractions that you could visit while in the town.