10 Beautiful Places to Visit in Malaysia

Wondering where to go in Malaysia? With its diverse landscapes, culture and activities, it can be hard to know where to start.
From dense rainforests teeming with wildlife to glittering metropolises alive with food, art, and culture, Malaysia really is a country blessed with endless beauty.  You’ll always have plenty of things to see and do in Malaysia. Here are top 10 Beautiful Places to Visit in Malaysia


01. Malacca


Melaka, also known as Malacca or Malacca, is a city in southern Malaysia. A surprisingly nice city that we almost skipped. But Melaka is definitely worth it! Here you will find culture, good food and you can see the influence of the Netherlands on Malaysia. In this travel guide about a Melaka trip, you will read about the eight best activities and sights and you will find a number of nice hotels in the centre of Melaka.


02. Aquaria KLCC

Aquaria KLCC

Visit Aquaria KLCC, a vibrant oceanarium home to over 150 species of marine life. Discover new things and get up close and personal with amazing animals from around the world in this top-class attraction in Malaysia!


03. Taman Negara National Park, Pahang  

When it comes to nature,  Taman Negara Pahang national park still hogs the headline. The 130-million-year-old rainforest – one of the world’s oldest – is home to thousands of endangered flora and fauna; ones you might only see in school textbooks and Zoo Negara.

Taman Negara National Park, Pahang

04. Pulau Tioman

Pulau Tioman

When talking about Johor attractions, you must include Pulau Tioman. In 1970, Pulau Tioman is proud of being chosen by well-known Time Magazine as one of the most beautiful islands around the world.

05. Petronas Twin Tower, Kuala Lumpur

Petronas Twin Tower, Kuala Lumpur

Discover the best that Kuala Lumpur has to offer during this full-day private tour. Get a bird’s-eye view over Kuala Lumpur from the Observation Deck of the 88-story Petronas Twin Towers. Visit the city’s key landmarks such as the famous Kuala Lumpur Tower, King’s Palace, the National Mosque as well as Batu Caves.


06. Niah Caves, Sarawak

Niah National Park is home to one of the most spectacular great cave entrances in the world which houses the oldest known human burial sites in Southeast Asia, the Painted Cave with its unique depictions of prehistoric burial rituals are surrounded by dense primary rainforest and rugged limestone outcrops. 

07. National Mosque of Malaysia

National Mosque of Malaysia

The Masjid Negara Malaysia is the largest mosque in Kuala Lumpur and Malaysia’s National Mosque, the official headquarters of Islam for country. This mosque is located near Kuala Lumpur’s old British built railway station and in an area with other significant buildings such as the museum of Islamic Arts. 

08. Melaka River Cruise

Melaka River Cruise

Have you heard of the Melaka River Cruise?  It is the best sightseeing option in Malacca town!  This is truly a unique cruise experience where you can see the beauty of the heritage town both day and night.  Sitting on the boat in comfort, you will be brought to significant landmarks at the most leisurely pace.  Hence, a wonderful trip to Malacca is never a complete one without taking the Melaka River Cruise!

09. Langkawi Sky Bridge

Melaka River Cruise

The Langkawi Sky Bridge is a spectacular new attraction that has put Malaysia firmly on the map. Suspended high in the sky, it offers stunning views over the surrounding landscape and islands.

This amazing 125-meter curved pedestrian bridge is located on Langkawi Island in Malaysia. The bridge crosses at the top of Machinchang Mountain and offers an unprecedented landscape view.

10. Batu Caves

Batu Caves

Batu Caves is the most popular day trip from Kuala Lumpur. This complex of limestone caves 13 km north of Kuala Lumpur houses Hindu temples that have been pilgrimage sites for more than 120 years. When visiting Batu Caves, you can see the beautiful temple with a huge statue and beautiful rainbow-colored steps. A great place to visit if you’re in Kuala Lumpur.

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