Things to Do Malaysia

Malaysia has lot of activities to offer when it comes to site seeing. The huge sky scrapers can be adored, or one can visit the amusement parks, you can go for scuba diving, or for a camp in the tropical rainforests. There are wide ranges of activities when it comes to Malaysia. As per the choice of your activity you can spend the time with the instructor guided activity and make the trip memorable with a lot of adventure and other sports and fun activities. It has a lot of verities among activities too and hence those who love such sports frequently visit this country.


Visiting the Petronas Twin Towers is one of the most famous tourist attractions in Malaysia. The Petronas Twin Towers was once the tallest building in the world, but after the Burj Khalifa in Dubai, it is now known as the tallest twin structure of the world. The 88- storey building is 452 metres tall. It was designed by Cesar Pelli and Associates. Just beside the Petronas Twin Towers is the KLCC Park that includes a jogging path, a pool for children, and a water fountain. Visiting this place really gives a different sort of feelings to architect lovers.


Shifting from the city to the natural beauty of the country, one can visit the Cameron Highlands on their Malaysia Tour. There, you can pay a visit to the Honey Bee farm that consists of flower gardens to walk on and an indoor maze as well. You can also pay a visit to the Tea estate of the highlands and be a part of the beauty of the tea gardens here. Some of the historical heritages of the place include the Sam Poh temple which is also a famous destination of the area.

Shifting to water sports in Malaysia, then you can go for Sipadan Scuba diving. At first, you are trained by the international staff having an experience of twenty years, and then you can dive into the blue world and explore the aquatic life at your best.


Among the four orang-utan sanctuaries in the world, Malaysia holds one. The orphaned and the injured animals are brought here for treatment. You will have to walk into the forest to explore the sanctuary further. The visiting hours are mentioned at the reception centre. This centre holds its place in one of the top tourist attractions in Malaysia.


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