Short videos introducing Malaysia Places of interest.
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Perhaps you like island, caves, different cultures or Malaysia’s FOOD. I love Malaysia Food so much. What is your favourite Malaysian Food? Mine is nasi lemak, roti canai, wantan mee, curry laksa, cendol, ice kacang, durian, asam laksa, karipap, mee goreng, roti jala , dim sum, satay and many more.
You can go to Hutong food court at Lot 10 shopping mall’s food court (with aircond) to try out some of the famous delicious food, or you can go to Jalan Alor, Petaling Street – all in Kuala Lumpur for Malay, Chinese, Indian food.
We still have the “GREEN” environment here with lush of tropical jungles in Sabah & Sarawak. Rich in flora and fauna, sandy beaches for those who love sunbathe on Pulau Redang beaches. Snorkeling in Pulau Langkawi or if you like shopping you can visit Petronas Twins Tower, KLCC, Pavilion, Sungai Wang, Lowyat, Midvalley, Ikea, Sunway Pyramid, IOI Mall, Petaling Street, KL Tower. To those who prefer cooler temperature, you may want to visit Cameron Highland, bukit tinggi, Fraser Hill or even Genting Highland.
Melaka is more on historic buildings and The A Famosa fort. I haven’t try their Nyonya food though. I heard it’s really nice with all those spices add together with belacan (Malaysian prawn paste).
As for Johor, Ipoh, Penang, Pahang and the rest of states in Malaysia is all about food, unless you are like outdoor activities eg swimming, snorkeling, hiking, forest trekking ..
I haven’t been to Taman Negara, i heard it’s HUGE cause it’s the oldest rainforest with exotic flowers and creatures. Too bad, i don’t like outdoor activities.
Taman Negara Malaysia , Malaysia National Park
(Photo credit Destination360 Malaysia)
Useful sites on islands, outdoor activities in Malaysia
For Travel packages visit http://www.tourism.gov.my/