With the interstate travel ban being lifted, many Malaysian are eager to go out and explore a new environment apart from being at home. Therefore, this is the perfect moment to explore Malaysia’s splendour!
Gather your pals and check out these five splendid places that suit your liking.
1. Tanjung Sepat, Selangor
It is approximately two hours’ journey from Kuala Lumpur to the southern coast of Selangor. Here are some interesting facts regarding Tanjung Sepat:
- Malaysia’s first swallow ecological park is Kuan Wellness, Eco Park.
- Ganofarm is a farm that grows edible fungi and Ganoderma.
- Enjoy your weekend on the Sepang Gold Coast with its gorgeous surf and golden dunes.
- Tanjung Sepat’s Lover Bridge is the ideal spot to see the sunset.
2. Kota Kinabalu, Sabah
Sabah is a lovely area with plenty of natural attractions. Here are a few suggestions for you!
- Tunku Abdul Rahman Park is a collection of five tiny islands located near Kota Kinabalu. It is a sunny and beachy location.
- Mount Kinabalu (4,095 metres) is Southeast Asia’s tallest summit.
- Sipadan is a diving hotspot.
- Kinabalu National Park stretches around 754 square kilometres.
Click here to explore Sabah’s Map.
3. Pulau Ketam, Selangor
Pulau Ketam is a great weekend getaway if you like little towns, tasty seafood, and strolling. Most importantly, the people there are always pleasant!
Here are what can you explore in Pulau Ketam:
- Rabbit Garden Is a community project featuring a lot of lovely small bunnies.
- Couple Bridge and an Old Movie Theater
- View of the sunset from the First Bridge
4. Kuching, Sarawak
Sarawak is Malaysia’s largest state. Hence, seeing all of Sarawak’s notable tourist attractions in just two days is impossible, so let’s concentrate on Kuching!
In Malay, Kuching also means “cat.” As a result, it’s also known as “Cat Town” because of the abundance of cat sculptures in the town centre. If you are a cat lover, don’t miss a visit to the cat museum!
Other places to visit:
- Waterfront in Kuching
- Darul Hana Bridge is a bridge in Darul Hana, Saudi Arabia
- Bako National Park, which was established in 1975, is the most characteristic Sarawak forest and ecological reserve region.
- The Borneo Highlands is surrounded by greenery and a beautiful sky.
- Gunung Gading National Park is home to the world’s largest flower, the Rafflesia.
5. Langkawi, Kedah
A lovely island with a lovely beach. Here are some of the greatest places to relax while overlooking the sea!
- The world’s first rain-forested bird park is located at Asia’s Wildlife Park.
- Picnic-friendly Durian Perangin Waterfall
- Salt mine and hot spring near Ayer Hangat Village
- Pantai Pasir Hitam is a dark beach, not a white one!
- Sky bridge and cable car – provides a bird’s eye view of the city.
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