List Headline Image
Updated by Joanna James on Mar 13, 2020
Headline for Top rated things to do in Malaysia- Discover the best there is to offer
Joanna James Joanna James
5 items   1 followers   0 votes   12 views

Top rated things to do in Malaysia- Discover the best there is to offer

Malaysia is a diverse and thriving country with a huge industrial hub as well as far reaching stretches of land with high levels of biodiversity. Surrounded by various topographies and landmarks, it finds itself to be a well-developed tourist destination as well.


Visit Langkawi

If you are in the mood for some beach therapy, then Langkawi is the perfect place for you. Settle down on a hammock and doze off as the sound of the ocean sends you into an indescribable state of relaxation. Get out of the hustle and bustle of the city you will find yourself hopping across to this island with about 60,000 inhabitants. What better way to spend a vacation than by enjoying some good food and company by the ocean? What's more, there is a good community of travellers visiting here as well so you are bound to have a great time socializing.


Check out the culture in Malacca

With a good blend of breath-taking sights and a deep cultural history that stems from the background of Baba- Nyonya as well as the Peranakan culture. A region that is equal part filled with huge green landscapes to a pretty urban environment, there is something for everyone. Enjoy yourself by visiting some ancient ruins of a 16th century forts to Jonker Street that is the central night market area of Malacca for your trinkets, souvenirs as well as delicious street foods!


Walk through Taman Negara National Park

If you are a fan of hikes, then you are in luck! Being a country with a strong status as a vital biodiversity landmass, the Malaysian government has placed an interest in developing national parks for anyone to enjoy. As one of the largest national parks in the Malaysian region, it is also recognized for containing the longest rope walkway in the world. For those adventurous of heart, there are hikes that may stretch up to a 100km while beginners may select shorter routes to satisfy their curiosity. A truly remarkable ecosystem, tribes such as the Orang Asli have called it their home for generations. If you are hoping to stay at an Ipoh hotel such as the new Travelodge Ipoh in Negeri Perak, we then recommend you get some help from the hotel to arrange the transport to visit this national park.


Orangutans at the Sepilok Rehabilitation Centre

One of the last common ancestors of humans around, Orangutans are under threat in Malaysia due to deforestation, logging and poaching. In order to remedy that, Malaysia set up a rehabilitation centre designed to treat injuries and provide a safe space to these animals so that they may eventually reintegrate into the wild. A brilliant effort that even takes in orphaned orangutan's, this centre is open for tours during feeding hours for an up close view of the lives of our closest genetic neighbours.


The Genting Highlands

Known to be the home to the world's fastest and South East Asia's longest gondola ride, the Genting Highlands is home to a range of attractions for visitors to enjoy. With the Resorts World Genting open to the public, you can visit a number of parks, bars and nightclubs for a great time and a stunning view of the surrounding landscape.

  • A true believer that the pen is a mighty weapon, ventures into reaching the minds of every reader with the earnest hope of leaving an indelible stream of thought.

    A travel writer who has a passion for fashion and a deep interest in admiring new and exotic attractions around the world.

  • Tagged With

  • Tools