Malaysia is a country with an area of more than 300,000 square kilometers. The country with the Ringgit currency is also often used as a tourist destination for Indonesian tourists because of its proximity to Indonesia. Well, if you are interested in traveling to Malaysia. This content is written under the guidance of an OThingstodo.com travel expert.
Below we show the 12 best tourist attractions in Malaysia:
1.Petronas Twin Towers
The Petronas Twin Towers are a pair of twin towers that were the tallest buildings in the world in 1998-2004. These twin buildings have now become the icon of the State of Malaysia so if you don’t take your photo with the background of this building, your trip can be said to feel incomplete. You can also enter this building, but only on certain floors because the other floors are used by building staff. The price for admission to the twin buildings ranges from RM 3 to RM 40 depending on the package you choose.
2.Kuala Lumpur Tower
Kuala Lumpur Tower is a tower in Malaysia that has a height of 421 meters. The tower which serves to facilitate communication also provides an observation deck. From this tower, you can enjoy the scenery around Kuala Lumpur, play an F1 simulation, enter the star zone, ride a pony, see a coral aquarium, experience the sensation of XD theater, and try to eat at a unique luxury restaurant.
Batu Caves is located in Gombak District. This cave is one of the most popular Hindu temples outside India and is dedicated to Lord Murugan. If you visit this place, you can see a variety of fauna such as spiders, bats, and monkeys. Batu Caves also provides 160 climbing routes for those of you who like rock climbing. In addition, you can see the festival being held as a religious activity for Lord Muruga which lasts for eight hours.
If you are interested in seeing different types of fish and underwater life, Aquaria KLCC is the right place. This world-class 60,000 square foot water park is made to resemble the native habitat of the fish that are there. You can see Sand Tiger sharks, 10-foot stingrays, turtles, and trained divers feeding the fish there. For those of you who want to experience the sensations of underwater life, you can buy a Dive with the Shark package or a Cage rage package. The ticket price for this water park ranges from RM 28 to RM 50.
Legoland is a relatively new ride complex in Malaysia. Legoland is located in Johor Baru and is divided into three destinations, namely Lego Theme Park where there are miniatures of Malaysia and other iconic buildings in Asia made of Lego, Lego Water Park where you and your family can swim with Lego pieces which are spread over several swimming pools, and the last one is the Lego Hotel, which is a place where you can stay in a Lego-style building decorated with Lego figures. To be able to enjoy this complex, you do have to spend quite a bit of money, which is around RM 85 to the most expensive RM 175. To stay at this Lego Hotel, the price ranges from RM 900 to RM 1000 per night.
This bridge is located in Kedah, Malaysia. From the top of this bridge, you can see the natural beauty of Langkawi Island with a sensation of tension that can stimulate adrenaline. You will feel walking on a bridge along the 125 meters with a height of 700 meters above sea level on the Peak of Mount Mat Chinchang. This bridge is not recommended for tourists who have phobias or diseases such as heart disease.
‘s main attractions are the old buildings which also belong to UNESCO. Georgetown was designated a World Heritage City by UNESCO in 2008. The buildings here still retain many of the ancient buildings from the British colonial era. So, it is not wrong for those of you who want to tread the trail of history to come here.
Lake Garden or what can be referred to as Taman Tasik Perdana is located in Taping, Perak, Malaysia. This park is the oldest flower garden in Malaysia, dating back to 1880 with a land area of more than 91 hectares. You are not only presented with beautiful and beautiful scenery, but you can see the deer park, orchid garden, hibiscus garden, national monument, and others. You can also cycle or jog in this park because there is no charge to enter this park.
Jalan Alor is one of the destinations that must be visited by culinary lovers. In addition to the many types of food that you can find in this place—from Indian, Malay, and Chinese-style food—the prices are also affordable because the food is sold at street vendors. If you are interested in tasting the food here, you better come at night, because the later it gets, the more lively and interesting the atmosphere will be.
Miri is the perfect starting location for tourists interested in exploring the rainforests and mountain grasslands of Kalimantan. There are four national parks here, each with its uniqueness. The four national parks, namely Mount Mulu, Niah, Bukit Lambir, and Loagan Bunut.
For those of you who want to shop for unique souvenirs, you can stop by Bukit Bintang. Bukit Bintang is a place that is famous as a modern shopping center with a row of big malls. To shop here, of course, you have to spend more money. However, if you want to buy cheaper souvenirs, you can walk down an alley in Bukit Bintang which is filled with various street vendors who offer Malaysian knick-knacks at low prices.
This place known as “Las Vegas is Malaysia” is a mountain peak of the Titiwangsa mountains in Malaysia and is a famous resort that provides a variety of outdoor and indoor activities. Here you can enjoy a variety of interesting rides such as Corkscrew, Cyclone, Flying Coaster, Flying Dragon, Rolling Thunder Mine Train, haunted house, and many more.