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Malaysia Tourism & Holiday Tips


Selamat datang! Welcome to our Malaysia Leisure tips section. Here you can find all information about Malaysia’s states and main places to visit. Each section gives a brief description of what places are worth to pay a visit and what exciting things you could do, so if you are planning to make a trip soon please visit our Malaysia Leisure tips section. Whether you would like to relax on some of Malaysia’s marvelous beaches or if you prefer to visit a historical site, it all can be found here!

Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur, or �?KL’, is Malaysia’s booming capital and a city in fast progress. Once started off as a small mining village at a muddy river mouth, it now features a tremendous skyline of skyscrapers and impressive architectures. The world-famous Petronas Twin Towers are dominating KL’s horizon, which are overshadowing the old British buildings still to be found in KL. History, architecture, shopping and entertainment…KL has it all!

Penang & Langkawi

Two �?must visit’ islands located on the West coast of Peninsular Malaysia. Penang offers a heritage city, beaches, nature and a great variety of locals, cultures and foods. From mystique temples to lovely beaches, Penang is worth paying a visit! Langkawi is a group of 99 islands of the coast of Kedah and is home to great beaches and lots of entertainment, such as fishing, cable ride, caves and much more…


Peninsular Malaysia’s most southern state is Johor, with its capital called Johor Bahru, or “JB”. Johor is also known as the Southern Gateway to Malaysia. It is linked to Singapore via the Causeway and the Second Link.

Negeri Sembilan & Melaka

Melaka is known for its rich history, which resulted in a cultural melting pot of Portuguese, Dutch, British and Malaysian roots. The city offers a great variety of museums and historical sites to visit. Negeri Sembilan is known for being a weekend destination, because of its beaches and diving possibilities. The state offers cultural-tourism, eco-tourism, agro-tourism, heritage-tourism, beach-tourism and theme parks.

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