4 Holiday Spots In Malaysia That You Should Be At

March 12, 2021 - 4 minutes read

4 Holiday Spots In Malaysia That You Should Be At

Malaysia is one of those countries where tourists come to party and tan but never really remember the name. Most of the time they remember Malaysia as Singapore which is a mile away from the truth. If you’re a travel junkie, we’ll show you some places in Malaysia that could be in your travel list and perhaps you’ll come to love the country with its people. You might be shocked the first time you’re there though since there are multicultural people walking around. So here it is, 4 holiday spots in Malaysia that you should be at on your next holiday.

If you’re going to go to a place in Malaysia, no doubt everyone would point to Malacca. It’s a small state in between Negeri Sembilan and Johor and has a huge historical background. Those who go to Malacca are often never disappointed by what they see. If you’re new there, go to Kota A ‘Famosa, a fort built during the capture of Malaya by the Portuguese. While you’re at it, you can also visit the Portuguese settlement in Malacca which still exists till today. The infamous Malacca straits are also among the most famous passages in the world and tourists can tour at the straits which stretches around Malacca.

A hidden gem in the country, Sabah is a state of mysteries and wonder. Sabah is home to the tallest mountain in Southeast Asia, Mount Kinabalu. Every year, thousands of hikers take up the challenge of hiking the mountain. Furthermore, Sabah is also home to many islands. Scuba diving Malaysia , are amongst the most popular activities one can do in Sabah. You can also do island hopping in Sabah where you can visit around several islands a day while having fun at each and every one of them. No wonder, Sabah has made it to the list.

Kuala Lumpur is also no stranger to the popularity of tourists. When a tourist lands in Malaysia, there’s a high possibility they’re landing in KLIA. KL is known as the centre of Malaysia and is loved among Malaysians as the most advanced state in Malaysia. The state is home to several of the tallest buildings in the world as well as having many entertainment centres. In Kuala Lumpur also lies, the national Zoo. The zoo, though not relatively well-known, has some exotic animals that are impossible to find elsewhere such as the panda given by China and the penguins.

Finally, if you’re thinking about ending your trip you should consider one last drive or fly to Pulau Pinang. Malaysians consider this their hotspot as well as the island is loved by the people. Pinang is home to Ethiopia, Penang Butterfly farm. Pinang also has its own war museum where tourists can see the various weapons and tactics used by outsiders during the war. Batu Ferringhi Night Market is also notoriously known for its food and atmosphere. There’s nothing that screams Malaysia like night markets.

Now that dive tenggol ’ve seen everything, we Malaysians are proud about, what do you think? It’s about time we packed our bags and headed to one of these locations. As a tourist we also should be careful about the way we display ourselves in front of national monuments as well as religious places. Happy Holidays and Remember to have fun!