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    Penang Hill

    44 reviews

    Located 6km from Georgetown, Penang Hill is one of the most popular destinations In Penang. Penang Hill is actually a complex of hills and spurs and the highest point is Western Hill which is 830 metres (2730ft) above sea level. There is a walking track up the hill. It takes 4 hours to reach the top. The most popular way ...

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  • 2

    Mt. Kinabalu

    21 reviews

    If you saw my other review on Danum Valley, you'll see I was set up through Sticky Rice Travel in KK. I had them set me up with a 2 day 1 night climb to the top of Mt. Kinabalu, and it was epic. They made it really easy for me to get set up with the guide, the hostel ...

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  • 3

    Semengoh Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre

    13 reviews

    The orang utans here are they may be off in the jungle and not about at the two feeding sessions in the day. We struck lucky with a solid hour of orang utan watching...3 younger ones who played, one even practising nest building, and a mum and baby who were amazing to watch. We have booked the travel through ...

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  • 4

    Kubah National Park

    3 reviews

    Awesome. But really tiring. Should go when the weathers good or else you won't see anything except clouds at the summit.

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  • 5

    Batu Caves

    73 reviews

    This is definitely a must for anyone visiting Malaysia. The caves are beautiful and it's worth the hike up to see the majesty of these caves. Also, the monkeys are everywhere and they are hilarious.

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    Taman Negara Canopy Walkway

    2 reviews

    Malaysia's primeval rainforests offer great opportunity to observe tropical flora and fauna. Most species are exotic, rare and endemic to the particular region. Lucky visitors can spot small animals at the observation hides and canopy walkways. Remote areas are inhabited by mammals such as Sumatran rhinoceros, elephants, tapirs, tigers, wild boars,deer,monkeys, gibbons and sun bears.

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  • 7

    Jesselton Point

    8 reviews

    The tourist end of downtown Kota Kinabalu culminates at Jesselton Point, overlooking the harbour. Pictureque sunsets, the local Irish Pub, and a restaurant serving your typical Italian-Thai cuisines are its highlights, so it is best enjoyed with a camp spirit and ironic attitude. Then, retrace your steps back into town and get to a proper local haunt.

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  • 8

    Monkey Beach

    17 reviews

    Warm water great fun, the island is a few minutes from the mainland Penang. Have to get there by boat obviously. We went with a guide who charged us a ridiculously low price I think it's was like $150 for 6 of us and that included free drinks and barbecue (prawns fish chicken and many other wonderful eateries ) it's ...

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  • 9

    Bako National Park

    3 reviews

    An amazing place to hike and see wildlife that is a short bus/boat away from Kuching. From the park offices there are a few amazing trails that wind through jungles and lead you to wild beaches or waterfalls. On the beach look behind you to see troops of proboscis monkeys (the ones with the big noses) jump from tree to ...

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  • 10

    Teluk Bahang Beach

    3 reviews

    A serene and shady beach which offers a peaceful environment and breezy wind. This place is perfect for weekend retreat minus the "always" crowded Batu Ferringhi.

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  • 11

    Pantai Cahaya Bulan

    3 reviews

    the most beautiful place and still keep the old view of the beach. have a few food station full with seafood. the unique one, now we cannot swimming due to danger area.

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  • 12

    Boh Sungei Palas Tea Centre

    2 reviews

    Boh is the first tea garden in Malaysia. Now it is the most beloved tea brand, national-wise. More than 5000ft above sea level, on the main mountain range of Malaysia, is one of the most fertile agricultural spots in the country: Cameron Highlands. Today, BOH has the largest combined acreage of tea gardens in the country. Is is one of ...

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  • 13

    Niah National Park

    4 reviews

    Niah Caves aren’t the biggest in Malaysia, but they may be the most interesting. The anthropological and archeological activity associated with the caves is quite fascinating. They have 40,000 years worth of human history. The oldest modern human remains in southeast Asia were found at Niah, making it one of the most important archaeological sites in the world. The caves ...

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  • 14

    Endau-Rompin National Park

    2 reviews

    Endau Rompin is Malaysia's secong National Park located north of Johor and south of Pahang. It covers an area of 50,000 hectars of rich flora and fauna, encompassing the watershed of the rivers Endau and Rompin. The park is homw to many species of birds, mammals, frogs, insects and other wild animals, as well as orchids, herbs, medicine plants and ...

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  • 15

    Melaka River Cruise

    7 reviews

    Malacca River Boat River Tour - Once dubbed"Venice of the East' by European seafarers, Melaka river is the point where the history of Malacca began. The river boat will cruise from the Malacca River Boat Jetty near the Dutch Square to Morten Village where the boat makes her return trip. Apart from many famous bridges along the cruise, visitors will ...

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  • 16

    Penang National Park

    6 reviews

    If you want to experience an Indiana Jones type hike, then I would suggest going here. The forest is filled with mangroves, beaches, and rocky shores. Also, make sure you wear proper hiking shoes because you will be hiking along rocky, sandy terrain. Monkey Beach is in the park, but beware of the macaques! These little primates are very aggressive.

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  • 17

    Petronas Twin Towers

    205 reviews

    There's just something really awesome about the Petronas Towers. They are beautiful, and worth checking out both at night and during the day.

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  • 18


    8 reviews

    Incredible bar! There's a long pool in the middle. Low seating areas beside the pool. Great trance music with a small dance floor up at the front! This bar is at the top floor of Trader's Hotel and the main reason to be here is to witness the beauty of the twin towers upclose! You Should Be Here!

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  • 19

    Bintang Walk

    26 reviews

    A shoppers delight, the Bintang Walk is at the heart of KL's entertainment district. Arabs tourists love this area because of all the Arabian food places popping up and hookha bars here and there. Before you drop from so much shopping and entertainment, be sure to get a massage while you're there. Heaps of parlors to help you out.

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  • 20

    KLCC park

    26 reviews

    KLCC Park is natural and beautiful, you can enjoy exercises like jogging, cycling or just waking leisurely. Here can be seen tropical trees around and many tourists like to come enjoy shopping.

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