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Things to do in Malaysia
Cameron Highlands - visit the scenic Boh Tea Plantation
Located in the Cameron Highlands a visit to the Boh Tea Plantation is a highlight of Malaysia. Fields of growing tea as far as the eye can see make for a relaxing atmosphere whilst sampling some of the product and cakes. The tour of the factory is interesting with some of the working equipment dating back to the 1930’s. Try to go mid week if you can.
Kota Kinabalu - boat trip to Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park
The Tunku Abdul Rahman National Park is made up of 5 islands. Over 60% of the park is covered by water, which contain some of the finest snorkeling and diving sites in the region. Great beaches also give you plenty of time to relax and the tropical rain forest makes for an interesting alternative. If you wish to stay over night on an island be sure to book in advance.
Kota Kinabalu - explore the nature of Kinabalu National Park
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, the Kinabalu National Park covers 4 climate zones and its flora portrays this. Some of the plants here can only be found in the park and nowhere else. There are also a high number of carnivorous plants eating insects and small animals. Mount Kinabalu is the highest mountain on Borneo and can be climbed with a guide.
Kuala Lumpur - bargain shopping at the Central Market
Everyone loves to shop and the Central Market in Kuala Lumpur is the perfect place. Open every day from 10 am to 9.30 pm the market has been here since 1888. There are different zones for the different Malaya cultures, each having their own unique handicrafts. Look out for the cultural dance show on Fridays, martial arts on Saturdays and entertaining street buskers on Sundays.
Kuala Lumpur - view the historic Merdeka (Independence Square)
Christian and Moorish Architectures can be found all around the square from the Royal Selangor Club to the Sultan Abdul Samad Building. The National Museum is also located on the Merdeka Square with its history of Malaysia from Prehistoric times to modern including the Sultanate days. There is as also a tall flag pole where the Malaysian flag was raised for the first time on Independence day in 1957.
Kuching - discover the Orangutans at Semenggoh Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre
The Semenggoh Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre is not a zoo but is as its name suggest a half way house that reintroduces orangutans that have been rescued from various locations back in to the wild. Some of the older orangutans still come back to the centre during the leaner food periods. Feeding times are normally 9am and 3pm. This is a great way to see orangutans in their natural habitat.
Langkawi - day cruise aound the nearby islands
There are 99 islands around Langkawi and plenty of companies that can take you out to see some of them. Look out for the fish eagles swooping down to feed in amongst the mangroves. Also to be found are hornbills and monkeys. If you are very lucky you may also see deer and wild pigs. Whether you take a motor trip or a yacht be sure to wear plenty of protection.
Langkawi - enjoy the views from the Langkawi Cable Car and Skybridge
The sensational views from the Langkawi Cable Car make this a must do trip all the way to its summit at 708m above sea level. It is possibly the steepest cable car ride in the world and has an option for a rainforest walk at the first stop. The best part is the sky bridge at the top which sways gently in the lightest breeze. Be sure to get to the bridge before 6pm.
Penang - ride the Penang Hill Cable Train
The new cable train goes up the hill in Penang in about 10 minutes and offers great views out over George Town. The original took over 2 hours and was in 2 sections but was greatly loved by locals. There is a small resort at the top where you can enjoy a drink or have a meal whilst enjoying the views.
Pennag - visit the temples of Dharmikarama and Chaiyamangalaram
The Dharmikarama and Thai Wat Chaiyamangalaram Temples are located side by side which allows you to do both in the same day but you will need about 3 hours for each as there is so much to see. At over 200 years old and thought to be the oldest in Malaysia the Burmese temple is the older of the 2 but the Wat is prettier. There is also an interesting standing Buddha.
Introduction of Malaysia
With its melting pot of Asian cultures and abundance of wildlife on the island of Borneo, Malaysia is becoming one of the most-visited destinations in Southeast Asia. It has a rich colonial history too, most evident on the northern island of Penang and in the city of Malacca, a UNESCO World Heritage site. The capital, Kuala Lumpur, where the old and the new combine to form one of the world's most modern cities, is a good place to start any visit to the country. Visitors can enjoy the colonial architecture of Merdeka Square before walking across the sky-bridge between the Petronas Towers. Kuala Lumpur is the shopping capital of the country, with endless square metres of shopping space offering all kinds of goods. There is a good range of Malaysia hotels in the city, but many visitors prefer the beachside options in the likes of Langkawi. On the island of Borneo, travellers can visit the northern states of Sarawak and Sabah, with their world-class dive sites and jungle wildlife. In Sabah, it's worth taking the time to climb Mount Kinabalu, the tallest mountain in Borneo and home to some of the most breathtaking views in Malaysia.