5 Reasons to Visit Malaysia in Your Lifetime

Malaysia is one country where you can set foot and get to experience the best of what Asia has on offer. This country one of favorite destination for travelers from across the world, because even it may not be the cheapest South East Asia country, but Malaysia offers great value for money.

 

  1. Beautiful Architecture

Malaysia has an iconic and beautiful architecture, when you take a holiday to KL you may surprised by the architectural gems awaiting you. One of the most iconic are The Petronas Tower, the tallest twin towers in the world. Beside it there’s a Sultan Abdul Samad Building, this beautiful building has shiny copper dome and 40 metre high clock. Directly in front of the building is Merdeka Square.

  1. Excellent Place for Shopping

You’ll find shopping malls selling designer clothes such as in KLCC along with more budget-friendly stalls in the Bukit Bintang area. There are also a city’s streets markets and few night markets. Central Market or known as Pasar Seni is one of the familiar market in KL, inside the building is warren of boutiques, handicraft and souvenir stalls with traders selling local merchandise such as authentic Malaysian batik prints and more.

  1. The Food is Incredible

Malaysian cuisine’s influences include Chinese, Indian and Malay. Do not attempt to take on Malaysian street food with impunity; you’ll be overwhelmed by the endless choices available to you. Visit any hawker center or noted food street. There are best local dishes to try and lots of different types to choose from. Nasi (rice) and Noodles (Mee) with meat are the most popular.

  1. Genting Highlands

Head up to Genting Highlands for a trip on a cable car, theme park, and stunning views. It’s a great place to stay, watch a shows and enjoy a bit of luxury.

  1. UNESCO Heritage Sites

States such as Penang and Malacca are particularly famous for maintaining historical towns buildings and have been declared UNESCO Heritages sites to protect these relics of eras past for future generations

 

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