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    Boh Sungei Palas Tea Centre

    Jalan Gunung Brinchang
    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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  • 2

    Gurney Drive

    Persiaran Gurney, Kampong Sungai Keluang 10250 Malaysia
    25 reviews

    Gurney Drive (Malay: Persiaran Gurney; Chinese: 新关仔角) is a popular seafront promenade in Georgetown, Penang, Malaysia. The road is also one Penang's most popular tourist destinations, famous for the "hawker food" sold from food stalls formerly located along the seafront, now relocated close by. There are also 2 shopping mall, Gurney Plaza and Gurney Paragon Mall.

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    Bintang Walk

    Jalan Bukit Bintang, Kuala Lumpur 55150 Malaysia
    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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    1 Utama Shopping Centre

    1 Utama Shopping Centre 1 Lebuh Bandar Utama, Petaling Jaya, Bandar Utama, Malaysia
    4 reviews

    Though pretty far away from Kuala Lumpur City Center, 1Utama is a not to be missed shopping mall. After the huge renovation it again it a wonderful place to shop for all kinds of products (and also one of the biggest). There is also a huge Foodrepublic food court, where you can try many local dishes. 1Utama is not really ...

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    Batu Caves

    Jalan Batu Caves, Selangor, Malaysia
    70 reviews

    I was fascinated by my experience at the Batu Caves. The caves are very sacred for the Hindu population in Malaysia and the Indian diaspora. The Hindu Temple can only be reached by walking up to, what seemed to be an endless walk, to the top. If you can make it to the top, you're in for a wonderful experience. ...

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    National Mosque

    Jalan Perdana, Kuala Lumpur 50480 Malaysia
    10 reviews

    One cannot visit KL and not stop by the National Mosque, the largest in Southeast Asia.Be sure to coverup and dress appropriately for the visit.

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    Penang Hill

    Air Itam, Ayer Itam 11500 Malaysia
    44 reviews

    The train ride is kind of fun. The view of Penang from up top is nice, especially at night.

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    Petronas Twin Towers

    Jalan Tun Tan Cheng Lock, Kuala Lumpur 50088 Malaysia
    204 reviews

    Hands down, this is the most impressive stop in Kuala Lumpur. Amazing architecture for sure. It's beautiful day and night.

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    Traders Hotel, Kuala Lumpur, Kuala Lumpur City Centre, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
    7 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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  • 10

    Sample the hawker street food in Penang

    All over the city
    10 reviews

    Eating, especially at the hawker stalls, is one of the main things to do in George Town. Wan Tan Mee and Char Kuey Teow are two of my favorite and both done up very well in Penang.

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  • 11


    Kelantan, Malaysia
    2 reviews

    gomo kelate gomo

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  • 12

    Morino Kaze

    Galleria 101, Jalan Bukit Bintang
    2 reviews

    Morino Kaze offers a traditional fish spa and massage services and it is a really neat experience. You take off your shoes and dip your feet inside a tank filled with dead skin eating fish. The feeling is really odd and interesting and it kind of tickles. After your time in the foot spa, you can choose to have one ...

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  • 13

    Arokaya thai massage

    Jalan Mamanda 9, Ampang, Malaysia
    1 review
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  • 14

    Jonker Street

    Jalan Hang Jebat, Klebang Besar 75200 Malaysia
    14 reviews

    One of the most famous streets in Malacca, Jonker is a narrow, one-lane, charming street lined with antique shops, restaurants, and galleries. There are lots of choices for food and drinks and souvenir items! You can easily spend an afternoon here without even noticing it...

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    Kek Lok Si Temple

    Air Itam, Kampong Sungai Keluang 10450 Malaysia
    31 reviews

    there are full of lantern during 15th of lunar chinese new year.

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    Kuala Lumpur Bird Park

    5, Jalan 3/62D, Medan Putra Business Centre, Bandar Manjalara, 52200, Kepong, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia
    24 reviews

    KL Bird Park is a huge bird sanctuary and is filled with peacocks and other exotic looking birds. There is a section where you can take personal photos with the parrots and toucans. You initially feel they are going to bite you, but they sit on your arms and relax. It's a treat.

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    Petaling Street

    Petaling Street, Kuala Lumpur 50000 Malaysia
    61 reviews

    Great food court with typical malay dishes! this prawn mee was delicious!

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  • 18

    Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion

    14 Leith Street Penang, Malaysia
    4 reviews

    The most famous sight to visit in Georgetown, Penang. The Rockefeller of the East, Cheong Fatt Tze, built a mansion in Georgetown for his 7th and favourite wife. This place was especially well maintained because he spent a lot of time with his favourite (7th) wife. Blue colour is for harmony, and the house was built according to the fungshui ...

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  • 19

    Cheng Hoon Teng Temple

    25, Jalan Tokong 5, Melaka, Malaysia
    8 reviews

    Malaysia's oldest functioning temple, Cheng Hoon Teng is devoted equally to three doctrines—Taoism, Confucianism, and Chinese-Buddhism. There is a constant flow of worshipers here making it one of the most interesting stops on a walk around the old town.

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  • 20

    St Paul's Church

    Malacca, Malaysia
    11 reviews

    Take a nice walk up the hill to St. Paul's church and see the ruins of this place of worship. Francis Xavier was once buried here for some time. A nice view over the town of Melaka from up here.

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