From islands and beaches, to UNESCO World Heritage sites and cities, to lively and modern city life, Malaysia offers visitors a mix of heritage sites, local food delicacies, and urban shopping experiences. The northern areas (Perak, Penang, Kedah, Perlis) boast islands, beaches, rainforests, and caves, while in the south (Melaka, Johur) visitors can explore the vibrant culture, historical relics, and pristine beaches.
To the east (Sabah, Sarawak) are mythical prehistoric caves, lofty mountains, pristine rainforests and amazing underwater gardens, while in Pahang and Terenggganu visitors can experience the hill resorts and rural landscapes.
Kuala Lumpur offers prestigious landmarks including the Petronas Twin Towers and KL Tower, tropical enclaves (Perdana Botanical Gardens, KLCC Park, Bukit Nanas Forest Reserve, National Zoo), and a treasure trove of museums, galleries, and memorials. Experience Malay, Chinese, Indian, Mamak, and International Cuisines. Areas further afield from the city include the Kuala Selangor Fireflies, Batu Caves, and Genting and Cameron Highlands.