In Malaysia, travelers enjoy the beautiful beaches, rainforests, exotic wildlife, unique cuisine, rooted in tradition and rich cultural history. This is a very rapidly changing country, benefiting from its natural resources, generously provided by nature. Environmentalists often point to Malaysia as a very negative example of deforestation and other impacts on the environment. The government has taken steps to diversify the country's economy, but enough to take the bus a little further to see the plantation of trees and production for the extraction of palm oil. Malaysia is a country that can bedazzle and at the same time to demonstrate the negative effects of globalization, but it really is the real Asia.
This Paradise is the most Northern archipelago of Malaysia, 30 km from the mainland, easily accessible by ferry or air from Thailand, or Malaysia. Many tourists come here for its beautiful beaches, sunbathing and lazily sipping cocktails. More active travelers may experience dizziness on one of the main attractions of Langkawi – 1,700 meter cable car SkyCab climbing the mountain Machincang. Getting to the top, to the second station, You can walk through the SkyBridge bridge (Langkawi sky bridge), with its viewing platforms, and to observe how the slopes of the mountains floating clouds.
The Island Of Penang
Considered the food capital of Malaysia, this charming and well-developed island is part of Penang state. The island of Penang is a multicultural blending of diverse cultures, religions and ethnicities, due to its location within the historic trade routes. The main area of Georgetown is a delightful world heritage site of UNESCO, with numerous frescoes and other masterpieces of street art. Traveling through the narrow streets, and inhaling the aromas of local cuisine, You will experience the whole atmosphere of Penang. The culinary theme continues in the Tropical Spice Garden on the Northern edge of the island is a unique attraction in Malaysia, where You can dine in the treetops in the distance cocoons. You can also visit the butterfly farm and other attractive landmarks.
Petronas Twin Towers
Among the hustle and bustle of the chaotic capital of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, beauty presents itself in unexpected form. If You walk around the base of the Petronas twin towers, between the sunset and the moonrise, the highest double towers in the world undergo a magical transformation. When the day turns to night, office lights, Elevator shafts and light alarm lights all 88 floors, highlighting a striking building in the fog of twilight.
For hundreds of years, Malacca was one of the most strategically important cities in the Malay Peninsula, passing from hands to hands between the Portuguese, the Dutch and the British who fought for control of this key trading post. Surprisingly, since that time, Malacca is absolutely not changed. The streets are narrow and curly, and fragile old buildings literally exude historic character. Like Penang, Malacca is one of the smallest States of Malaysia, proudly possessing the status of a world heritage site by UNESCO.
Cameron highlands is one of the most beautiful sights in Malaysia. Travelers visit this charming area in Pahang to enjoy the cool tropical mountain climate, where temperatures are often kept in the region of 20 degrees Celsius. The hilly area is full of tea plantations and flower gardens. Cameron highlands is a leading producer of flowers and tea in Malaysia. Carefully check the weather forecast during the monsoon season (November – February) and specify the details of your company's carrier before traveling during this period, because torrential rain can lead to landslides and most of the roads will be blocked.