If you want to go to Malaysia for your vacation, we have a recommendation and attractions in Malaysia for you. Make a list of things to do, places to see, experiences you would like to have. During the trip, as much as you can and want to, check your list to see how much it can be done, then go one by one. Here are 10 of Malaysia’s top attractions to add to your list if you like.
The Genting Resort is a 45-minute drive from Kuala Lumpur. This complex is built on top of the peaks above the Titty Wangsa Mountains at an altitude of 800 meters above sea level and has excellent recreation facilities. The cool mountain climate and facilities such as well-equipped hotels, amusement parks, golf courses, cable cars, various restaurants, music concerts, shows and magic make Genting one of the most popular tourist destinations in Malaysia and even Southeast Asia. It has more than 10,000 rooms and is the largest hotel globally, with 6,188 rooms built in Genting. To get to Genting, take the Star LRT bus to Titiwangsa Station at Pudu Raya Terminal, and from there, take the 3.38 km route to the summit by cable car and enjoy the beautiful forest scenery.
This mountainous region, which is the largest mountain resort in Malaysia, is 4 hours away from Kuala Lumpur and is located at an altitude of 1500 meters above sea level. Beautiful views of tea plantations, stepped flower gardens, colorful blossoms, orchards and vegetable fields of Cameroon will enchant you and cool air and peaceful environment will surround you. If you would like to explore further, you can visit the tea factories and tea leaf processing stages or visit the strawberry fields and enjoy the fresh and juicy fruits you buy.
This indoor park has more than 6,000 butterflies; One hundred and twenty different species in different sizes, colours and shapes. Walking in this beautiful green and flower park, you can have a good time watching these beautiful butterflies. The park has two other sections, one for breeding butterflies and the other for a museum to display various insect species. It is better to take a taxi to go to this park.
Located just 5 km from Kuala Lumpur, the zoo was built 45 years ago in the Uluklang area, in the middle of a pristine, 44-hectare forest. In this privately owned zoo, you can see more than 450 species of animals, including mammals, birds, amphibians, reptiles and aquatic animals. In total, more than a thousand animals are kept in this zoo, 90% of which live in a space with a broad and open landscape and as close as possible to their natural habitats. Rare animal species such as Sumatran tigers, long-tailed monkeys and orangutans will be found at the zoo. In this zoo’s aquarium, which is one of the most popular parts of this zoo, you can see more than 80 species of marine, amphibian and soft water fresh and saltwater. The elephant show is also one of the exciting programs of this zoo.
This entertainment suite is suitable for all age groups and family groups or friendly groups. A Famosa has all kinds of tourist, leisure and even sports facilities. The complex is home to a state-of-the-art amusement park and the largest water park in Malaysia. You can enjoy the water slides with steep slopes and wavy pools and boating on the river in this park. A swimming pool, sandpit and tubing area on the winding river are other attractions of the water park. The Village of the Thousand and One Nights is one of the fascinating parts of this collection, which is inspired by the tales of the Thousand and One Nights. The Wild West Town has recently been added to the collection, showing the life of American cowboys and Indians. Other facilities include a hotel, restaurant, café and photography studio. Of course, the water park of this complex is closed on Tuesdays.
This beautiful and scenic complex has an artificial lake, running tracks, a sports station and playgrounds for children. By boating in this lake, you can enjoy its beautiful nature and tranquillity. Lake Titi Wangsa, the longest sailing route in Southeast Asia, is called the “Eye of Malaysia.” The most giant carousel in the world is located in this park. A beautiful light dance program is also held in this park. The park also has a cultural-artistic center that is a place for cultural activities such as exhibitions and theatre performances. To get to this complex, take the monorail, get off at the last station, then, if you take the 120 bus or take a short walk, you will reach this center.
If you are travelling to Kuala Lumpur only and do not have time to travel to other Malaysian cities, Portudixon is the closest beach to you, just one and a half hours by land from Kuala Lumpur. This area has good recreational and welfare facilities, and if you want to spend a day or two away from the hustle and bustle on a quiet, beautiful and clean beach, Portodixon is perfect for this.
Located just 40 minutes from Kuala Lumpur, the complex is situated on more than 8 hectares of land at an altitude of 800 meters above sea level. The climate of this region is enjoyable and has good amenities. All the buildings and structures of this complex are built in the style of the 16th-century architecture of the Alsace region of France. A Japanese village is one of the sights of this village, which also has a traditional tea house. Golf and horse riding are other activities that you can do in this collection.
Taman Tasik Perdana
This garden is a design by Alfred Wenning, who was a cashier in the eighties. The park in Kuala Lumpur’s heart has a variety of plant species and is a place of love for locals. The lake garden is 104 hectares and has stunning views with diverse vegetation, extensive meadows, green hills and agricultural lands. A playground, hiking trail, sports clubs and boating are some of the ancillary facilities. You can also visit the Bird Park, the Butterfly Park and the Deer Park inside the garden. The Bird Park is one of the largest parks in South Asia. There are more than 800 species of orchids to see in the orchid garden of this complex. Orchid is a popular flower of Malaysian people.
Mines Welfare Commercial Complex
Hundreds of years ago, when the Chinese came to the area to explore the mine, their mining activities created a pit 2 km long, 1 km wide and 200 m deep. After years of rainwater collecting in the pit, the pit became a recreational lake. A commercial complex was built in the area in the 1980s, which is one of Malaysia’s weekly wonders. Golden Horses Palace adjacent to the lake has 480 equipped rooms and suites that make your stay a pleasant experience. This complex is only 20 minutes away from Kuala Lumpur. This recreation center and its beautiful lake are some of the most famous resorts in Malaysia.
Bukit Bintang Street is one of the main tourist streets of Malaysia and there are many restaurants, hotels and shopping malls on this street. There are many facilities on this street and tourists can have fun on it with any financial means. This beating street, the beating heart of Kuala Lumpur, is full of energy and never sleeps. The nights take on a different color and smell. Street musicians, shopkeepers, cafes and clubs and restaurants give a special atmosphere to this street. Magnificent street concerts and festivals are held on this street on various occasions such as New Year’s Eve and Mardaka.