Malaysia is a place where the East meets the West, where you find a mixture of cultures. It is filled with various landscapes, wildlife and plantation. Initially when you visit the country you might not like it but it leaves a strong impression in your mind.
Here are a few things you can do and see in Malaysia:
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Visiting malls in Kuala Lumpur:
The crazy thing about Kuala Lumpur shopping malls is that you will never come out of the shopping centres as you will be mesmerised with the big shopping malls and without your consciousness you will enter another shopping mall. To know where you are going exactly you need to carry maps with you. Though you might not purchase anything, you will get the best experience by travelling in the city of Kuala Lumpur. The city has some or the other events happening round the clock like runway shows, beauty competitions, new releases of luxury items, watches etc.
Cameron Highlands-Tea and Strawberry plantations:
The enjoyable and unusual thing about Malaysia is that it is filled with the multi culture. Many people from different religions and countries throughout the world have used this place over centuries and finally settled here by mixing their cultures and traditions. The main culture you find here is British culture with the European flora and fauna, tea plantations, and strawberry plantations. The climate over here is colder and there is no place like this in the South East Asia and it is considered as the greatest place to get rid of common humid.
There are a group of islands you will never like to leave. You may plan to stay for 3 days initially but you might end up staying there more days. These islands are yet to be exploited. If you have been to these islands you will find that it is habituated mostly in the popular islands and there are the other islands which are yet to be explored. The water on the beaches here is crystal clear and warm, you can also take PADI diving certificate, go snorkelling or island hopping all through the day.
The Petronas towers in Kuala Lumpur:
A trip to the Malaysia country will not be completed if you have not visited the Petronas towers in the city of Kuala Lumpur. Kuala Lumpur is the capital city of Malaysia. These were the tallest building or tallest towers in the globe during the year 1998 to 2004. Right now Burj towers in Dubai has taken over the title of the world’s tallest building, which is a marvellous architecture. The towers come to life during night time and they are the symbol of Malaysia’s modernisation.
Historical City of Melaka:
Melaka is the capital city of the Melaka state in the country of Malaysia. It has great historical importance in Malaysia, this tracing back to the 1400’s. It has been a witness to many conquests like British, Dutch, Portuguese. The most important in the Melaka is the unique culture of Baba Nonya, where Malaya culture and Chinese cultures are mixed together. This historical place is noted by UNESCO as the world heritage site in the year 2008.
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