Things to do in Malaysia
- 21Jambatan Pulau Pinang, Perai 13600, Malaysia20 reviews
Penang bridge was constructed with a total length of 13.5km, making it the longest bridge in Malaysia as and the fourth-longest in Southeast Asia at that time. It has the capacity of handling 85,000 vehicles daily. It starts using in 1985.
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When the British colonials lived in Malaysia, they yearned for a break from the tropical heat. Camerons was their holiday spot. They left a legacy of black and white colonial cottages and green lawns. Now, many years later, Malaysian and Singaporean families have continued the tradition: Jungle walks, tea plantations, strawberry picking, home cooked food, fireplaces and British food.Popular with
- 24Kampung Baru, Kuala Lumpur, Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia15 reviews
Kampung Baru is a neighborhood in KL that really surprised me--we walked through it starting from the Chow Kit monorail station, after seeing the market right there. Once you wander out of the market, you're in this low-rise neighborhood that almost feels like a village--people have chickens in their yards and everything. But in the background, the Petronas Towers are ...Popular with
- 25Jalan Feringghi, Batu Feringgi, Penang, Malaysia18 reviews
On the northern tip of Penang, it is a lively and touristy area with plenty of hotels and restaurants. It also has the best beaches on the island, although if you really want to find a good beach you are probably better of taking a day trip to one of the other nearby islands.Popular with
- 29Sarawak, Malaysia13 reviews
The orang utans here are rehabilitated....so 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 ...Popular with
- 32Melaka, Malaysia13 reviews
An hour and half drive from Kuala Lumpur. This small historical town was colonized by the Portuguese, Dutch, and British. You can see various heritage and culture left by these people. When you are here try out some local Nyonya cuisine, it's a mixture of Malay and Chinses food.Popular with
- 33All over the city10 reviews
Penang food like Asam Laksa, Prawn Mee, Curry Mee, Fried Kuetiao and Chee Cheong Fun is best and deliciours. Whenever I go to Penang, I will never missed them.Popular with
- 35Sunway Pyramid Shopping Mall, Petaling Jaya, Selangor, Malaysia11 reviews
Gotta say, if you are in Kuala Lumpur or Selangor in Malaysia and you love shopping, you have to pay Sunway Pyramid Shopping Mall a visit. Great help from the concierge, security guards and a simply nice ambiance to shop.
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I am such a HOHO tour bus junkie, I seek to get on them to explore cities that are both new AND familiar to me. the KL one rates high on my HOHO experiences because of the extensive route and acceptable frequency. A plus is free WIFI on board!
- 39Jalan Raja, Kuala Lumpur 50050 Malaysia10 reviews
The building was built in 1897, it was served as several important government departments during the British colonization. The Sultan Abdul Samad Building was the best known symbol of Malaysia until the Petronas Towers were built and still today one of the most photographed buildings in Malaysia.Popular with
- 40Johor Bahru, Malaysia10 reviews
Legoland is somewhat depressing. It lacks the exciting vibe that you get from theme parks. It is also mainly for children, adult rides were not extreme enough. What I enjoyed the most was the lego structures in miniland. * The heat is unbearable so be sure to bring umbrellasPopular with