6 Ways To Enjoy Your Malaysia Holiday
What’s Malaysia’s tourism slogan? “Malaysia, truly Asia”. Indeed, Malaysia is one of the best destinations when you head out to Southeast Asia. Malaysia holidays is always inspiring and not to mention very affordable just like any holiday destination in the Southeast Asian region. When visiting this part of Asia, here are some of the things you can do to enjoy your Malaysia holidays.
1. Take a Picture with the Petronas Towers
One of the famous iconic landmarks of Malaysia is the Petronas Towers. In fact, this tower has been voted one of the most photographed unsual buildings in the world. The Petronas Towers holds the record as the tallest twin building in the world. When viewed closely, the Petronas Towers is a symbol of the merged divergence of Malaysia; its façade is inspired by different religions in Malaysia.
2. Enjoy a Laid Back Budget Holiday at Perhentian Islands
What makes Malaysia one of the best destinations for backpackers is the relatively affordable accommodation and food. In fact the Perhentian Islands is one of the most affordable destinations when exploring Malaysia. You can visit 2 islands here; the Perhentian Besar or Big Perhentian and the Perhentian Kecil or Small Perhentian. What attracts people to this place is the relatively affordable accommodations and food, not to mention fine white sand.
3. Help Spread Conservation Awareness at Sepilok Rehabilitation Centre
The attractions of the Sepilok Rehabilitation Centre are the orphaned baby orangutans. By visiting the centre you’re helping spread awareness of the harmful effects of logging and illegal hunting. What this centre does is commendable; they take care of the orphaned orangutans and then eventually release them to the wild.
4. Explore the Mulu Caves
A little cave adventure is what you need when you visit Malaysia and the best destination for this is the Mulu Caves found in Gunung Mulu National Park. Did you know that Mulu Cave houses one of the largest nature formed cave chamber in the world? In fact, it was claimed that the this chamber called the Sarawak cave can even accommodate about 40 Boieng 747s. When visiting, you’ll get to see the colony of the wrinkled lipped bats, karst formations, not to mention the lush surrounding forests.
5. Explore the Paradise that is Tioman Island
No one can doubt that island hopping is one of Malaysia’s popular tourist attractions. The question is how magnificent and heavenly are these islands. To know the answer, then you must head out to Pulao Tioman island. This island was once included in the roster of the most beautiful islets in the world. Tourists from all over the world flock to this island to spend a day of leisure swimming in the blue waters; perfect for some scuba diving.
6. Satisfy your Hunger Pangs at Jalan Alor
Malaysian holidays are not complete without trying its local delicacies in Jalan Alor. Jalan Alor is the center of street food and everything you can eat in Malaysia. You can try some of their exotic street food, which will undoubtedly complete your Malaysian experience.