Malaysia is one of the most sought after holiday destinations in the world. From food to culture, shopping to entertainment and leisure to adventure, Malaysia is a wonderland for people of all ages.

Hill Resorts
Fraser’s Hill providers excellent accommodation and many outdoor activities in the mountain setting. With temperatures hovering between 18-23 degrees Celsius, Fraser’s Hill is a haven for tall casuarinas, pines and English blooms. The abundant variety of birds in its junagle has attracted visitors to this resort. Fraser’s Hill International Bird Race is organized in June annually.

Cameron Highlands (1,524 m) is famous for its tea plantations, flowers and vegetables, golf courses and waterfalls. Its temperature ranges from 14-22 degrees Celsius. The Agrotechnology Part, covering 42ha, is a sub-tropical part, which comprise the English Garden, Herbal Garen, Orchid Garden, Rose Garden, a research centre and a visitors information center.

Genting Highlands (2000 m) is popular for its theme park and casino. Its outdoor theme park offers thrilling roller coaster rides. The fascinating. Train and boat Ride takes visitor to miniature models of all the states of Malaysia and countries of the world in one ride.

Gunung Jerai or the Kedah peak (1,200 m), sited 45 km south of Alor Setar, in the state of Kedah, has the Sungai Teroi Forest Recreation Park a forestry museum and a waterfall. At several vantage points of the hill visitors would be able to enjoy spectacular views of padi fields and the blue seas around the islands of Pulau Pinang and Langkawi.

National Parks
Taman Negara occupies and are of 434,300 hectares in the three states of Pahang, Kelantan and Terengganu. The park is home of Malaysi’s rainforest and a national habitat of the tigers, elephants, rhinoceros, leopards, gibbons and tapir. Kinabalu Park (Sabah) is a forest reserve covering an area of 71,255 heactares. Other parks are the Endau-Rompain National Parks that straddles the Johor-Pahang broder.

Pulau Tioman, Situated in the South China Sea, is Acclaimed as one of the most beautiful island in the world. It is a popular spot for scuba-drivers and avid golfers.


Pulau Langkawi is a famous island of legends associated with Mahsuri and innocent maiden accused of adultery. Today, Langkawi is a duty-free island resort with several attractions such as Telaga Tujuh (Seven Wells), The Tasik Dayang Bunting (Lake of the Pregnant Maiden), Pulau Singa Besar a wildlife sanctuary and Pulau Payar Marine Park, to name a few.

Pulau Redang, situated off the coast of Kuala Terengganu is another popular spot for snorkeling and diving. Some of the best dive sites on the Island are Tanjung Lang, Tanjung Tokong and Pasir Panjang.

Other Attractions
The Putrajaya Wetlangs
The Putrajaya Wetland, located in Precinct 13 in Putrajaya, consists of Wetland Garden, with an area of 136 ha. It houses the Nature Interpretation Center and 24 wetland cells covering 162 ha. At the Nature Interpretation center, live-size replicas and samples of the various flora and fauna found in the Wetland Garden have been recreated. A variety of plant and animal species are found here, includeing 26 marsh plant species, terrestrial and water bird species, insects and 24 defferent types of fish.

Kampung Kuant Sanctuary
The picturesque coastal village of kampong kuantan, about 56km northwest of kuala Lumpur, is known amoung folfers for its lush course as well as its seafood. However, its most famous icon is the shimmering bug from the Lampyridae family, popularly known in malay as the kelip-kelip.

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