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Activities to do in Malaysia

Visit Malacca historic city
This is place is considered one of the greatest trading ports in Southeast Asia; it possesses several historical attractions and a unique Malaysian heritage. This place was influenced by Malay, Chinese, Indian, European and Sundry, as it depicts an atmospheric Chinese shop fronts and traditional Malay Kampongs. The “Jonker Walk” night market is located in this place and it’s a divine place to purchase variety of trinkets and eat at the best fried eggs, ice cream, and fried radish cake as you watch and participate in the small street parties held daily.



Visit the Redang Island
The Island lies at the Northeast of Kuala Terengganu, it has resorts for visitors. You’ll enjoy exploring the rainforest on the Island and going through a specific track that will drive you to the top of hills and rocky cliffs where you can see the best views of the island and sea.

Get on top of the Menara KL Tower
This tower is the most recognizable landmark in Malaysia and it was built in 1994. The bright spindle shaped tower is very visible almost anywhere in the country and once you stand on its viewing deck which is 276 meters, you’ll be able to see the fascinating city at night and its fabulous nature in the morning.

Take a trip up the Penang Hill
Originally named “Bukit Bendera”, the hill is 821 meters above sea level where you’ll find the hill’s railway which is a Swiss designed funicular that climbs the hill at a crawling 30- minute pace. On top of the hill you can chill at the food court or grab a fruit drink and buy souvenirs from the constructed stalls. There is also a Hindu temple and a mosque on top of the hill where you can watch the exotic tropical heaven.



Enjoy a ride at the Sunway Lagoon Theme Park
This is where Malaysia’s premier theme park is located in Bandar Sunway, this park has the most thrilling rides and spins that you could enjoy with friends and family. Some of the prominent rides include the Wild Wild West, World of Adventure and Waters of Africa.
 
Visit Malacca historic city
This is place is considered one of the greatest trading ports in Southeast Asia; it possesses several historical attractions and a unique Malaysian heritage. This place was influenced by Malay, Chinese, Indian, European and Sundry, as it depicts an atmospheric Chinese shop fronts and traditional Malay Kampongs. The “Jonker Walk” night market is located in this place and it’s a divine place to purchase variety of trinkets and eat at the best fried eggs, ice cream, and fried radish cake as you watch and participate in the small street parties held daily.

Visit the Redang Island
The Island lies at the Northeast of Kuala Terengganu, it has resorts for visitors. You’ll enjoy exploring the rainforest on the Island and going through a specific track that will drive you to the top of hills and rocky cliffs where you can see the best views of the island and sea.

Get on top of the Menara KL Tower
This tower is the most recognizable landmark in Malaysia and it was built in 1994. The bright spindle shaped tower is very visible almost anywhere in the country and once you stand on its viewing deck which is 276 meters, you’ll be able to see the fascinating city at night and its fabulous nature in the morning.

Take a trip up the Penang Hill
Originally named “Bukit Bendera”, the hill is 821 meters above sea level where you’ll find the hill’s railway which is a Swiss designed funicular that climbs the hill at a crawling 30- minute pace. On top of the hill you can chill at the food court or grab a fruit drink and buy souvenirs from the constructed stalls. There is also a Hindu temple and a mosque on top of the hill where you can watch the exotic tropical heaven.

Enjoy a ride at the Sunway Lagoon Theme Park
This is where Malaysia’s premier theme park is located in Bandar Sunway, this park has the most thrilling rides and spins that you could enjoy with friends and family. Some of the prominent rides include the Wild Wild West, World of Adventure and Waters of Africa.