June 28th, 2008

Tourist Attractions in Malaysia

by Don

Malaysia is the most visited countries in the world! Mainly attributed to the beautiful monuments and other children and adult attractions present there. The Capital Kuala Lumpur hosts some of the world’s finest monuments, parks and so on.

Petronas Twin Towers:

This beautiful twin tower is indeed the landmark of the capital, Kuala Lumpur. It hosts a number of offices, conference halls, a sprawling park and a market with a shopping complex. If you are in Kuala Lumpur, then you can see these towers standing even at a 1 km distance. So take photographs of you standing near the Petronas Towers and show it to your friends!!

Sultan Abdul Samad Building:

This historic building was once ruled by the colonial forces, but now functioning as the High Court and the Supreme Court. The Clock Tower and the Moorish design make it very special among the monuments in the country itself.

Kuala Lumpur Lake Gardens:

This is a destination which should not be missed for sure. This historical monument built in 1880’s, is by far the most sought after park in the city. The artificial lake is surrounded by magnificent flowering plants, shrubs, and trees along with a botanical garden. Music and cultural shows conducted regularly also adds to its beauty. Besides it is the home to wide varieties of entertainment which consists of various sites like Orchid Garden, Hibiscus Garden, Butterfly Park, Kuala Lumpur Bird Park, Malaysian National Monument, Deer Park, Carcosa Seri Negara and Forest Research Institute of Malaysia. So don’t miss it if you are in Kuala Lumpur.

Johor Grand Palace and the Royal Abu Bakar Museum:

The beautiful palace patronized by Sultan Abu Bakar is one of the most ancient palaces of Malaysia. Built in 1864, this beautiful and the majestic palace represents the Anglo Malaya Style in its construction. Nowadays this palace serves as a museum holding the collections of the assets of the King Sultan Abu Bakar.

Johor Art Gallery:

This art gallery in Johor city is the treasure house of all historical and cultural artifacts and other antiquities. Tourists will also enjoy seeing historical items like ceramic objects, currency, and calligraphy. Other items present in the gallery include fabric, manuscripts, weapons and other objects of fine arts. So get a taste of history about the city of Johor.

Johor Forest Parks:

If you travel around Johor then you will find several forest parks in your way. The Endau Rompin National Park is known for its rich flora and fauna. Also it attracts tourists from all over the world. The natural habitat here makes people amazed. If you are looking for other parks here in Johor, then you have lots as well like Gunung Pulai Recreational Forest, Gunung Ledang Recreational Forest, Gunung Arong Recreational Forest, Gunung Lambak Recreational Forest, Gunung Belumut Recreational Forest and Gunung Panti Recreational Forest.

Langkawi Beaches:

If you are traveling to Langkawi city, then make sure you don’t miss the beautiful beaches. Beaches are the perfect holiday destinations for tourist, be it any country. The most visited ones in the city are Kanjung Rhu, Panti Kok, Pantai Genang, Pantai Tengh, Datai and Burau Bay. All these beaches promise good recreation and great holiday experience. If you are looking for places to relax and enjoy then don’t miss these beaches.

Pulau Payar Marine Park:

This marine park in the city of Langkawi is famously known for its assortment of marine life and vegetation. The great thing about this park is that it protects the endangered species of fishes and other marine animals within a sanctuary. The Coral Garden is known for its beautiful golden corals. Besides in this park you also have the privilege of swimming and sailing as it is close to the beach.

So Malaysia is truly a dream world for the tourists!!! With each city offering so much of fun, the tourists are sure to enjoy their trip to the country!!

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