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The Rimba Ilmu Botanical Garden is located at the main campus of Universiti Malaya, Kuala Lumpur. It is the only scientifically organized botanic garden accessible to the public.
Bukit Kiara Federal Park is suitable for everyone to go for a time of relaxation at the park as well as serious hikers who want to hike the trails at the arboretum zone.
Here is the latest Malaysia Travel News 2023 to help you while you are in various parts of the country.
Pulau Tenggol is the place to visit for a more private beach holidays. Scuba diving, snorkeling and hiking are the main activities you can do here.
Pulau Indah is located in the district of Klang and Malaysia's largest port, West Port is located here.
Bukit Gasing in Petaling Jaya and Bukit Kerinchi in Kuala Lumpur are connected and accessible to hikers.
Perak is a state of many historical events. Bukit Larut, Pangkor Island, Teluk Batik, Kellie's Castle, tempurung cave, leaning tower and Ipoh are some of the places of attractions.
Hike to Bukit 300 at Teluk Batik followed by going to the beach for a stroll or a time of chilling out.
If you are in Rantau Abang, drop by the Turtle Conservation and Information Centre to learn more about the turtles and also see the live turtles that are being conserved here.
Here is the second half of Terengganu events 2023 for you to consider joining if you are within the vicinity.
Jerantut is the gateway to Taman Negara. You will want to stop here before proceeding to Kuala Tahan where the entrance to Taman Negara is situated.
Taman Negara is the place to go if you want eco-adventure at oldest national park in Peninsular Malaysia. Enjoy the shooting the rapids, canopy walk, fishing, explore Gua Telinga cave, bird watching..
Take your camera and join the photography travel contest for a chance to win prizes.
Take a few hours off and go to Perdana Botanical Gardens, Kuala Lumpur and enjoy the flora and fauna in the city. Entrance is FREE.
Kuala Lumpur Tower is a must for all who are in Malaysia for the first time. It is the world's fifth tallest tower at 421 m and has a revolving restaurant for you to dine and see the city of KL.
Looking for challenging vacation adventures apart from shopping? This national park guide articles will feature some of the 19 national parks of Malaysia that you can explore and enjoy..
Head to Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park, 20 minutes by speed boat away from Kota Kinabalu, Sabah and have a fun time of snorkelling, diving and swimming at the crystal clear water.
Kuala Lumpur has many places that you can visit while in this capital city of Malaysia. Parks, museums, souvenir, shopping malls, entertainment are all here..
Kuala Lumpur public transport is one of the most modern in this region. The city is serviced by buses, light rail transit, commuter train, taxis and express rail link.
Visit Kepong Botanical Gardens and do the Skywalk to see the view of Kuala Lumpur City and the surrounding areas from 141m above sea level.
If you are in Kota Damansara and would like to hike, head for KD Community Forest Park or Taman Rimba Riang.
Selangor is the most developed state in Malaysia and Kuala Lumpur used to be a part of this state before it become a federal territory on 1 Feb 1974. Many places of interest to go in this state...
Looking for a clean and comfortable budget hotel in Kuala Lumpur? Book online the No Frills Tune Hotel.
Pulau Ketam is an island off the coast of Port Klang. It takes about 45 minutes by ferry from Port Klang Jetty to reach the main village. Spend 3-4 hours here enjoying the seafood and walking around.
Visit Tanjung Balau Fisherman Museum and learn the history of the traditional life of the fishermen in the villages nearby.
Johor, located to the north of Singapore and separated by the Straits of Tebrau is just 20-30 minutes drive away using the causeway. Discover the many beautiful islands and parks..
Find the varieties of value for money goods when you do your Kuala Lumpur shopping before heading home.
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Here's Malaysia Calendar 2023 public and state holidays for your holiday planning.
Johor Bahru, the capital of Johor is one of the biggest city in Malaysia and is linked to Singapore by the causeway.
Puteri Harbour Johor is located in Nusajaya and is part of the Iskandar Malaysia new development area. Legoland, Jen Hotel, ferry terminal, clubhouse and berthing facilities are all here.
Petronas Towers is one of the modern landmarks in the city of Kuala Lumpur. Get free tickets to go up the 41st floor of the sky bridge that connects this two towers and view the entire city of KL...
Malacca Vacation is not complete without visiting the historical heritage of A'Famosa, The Stadhuys, Christ Church, Maritime Museum, cruising Malacca River and tasting the Nyonya food.
Spend 2-3 hours at Ayer Keroh Botanical Garden. Walk around the garden and enjoy the greeneries. You can also rent a bicycle, electric scooter, buggy or electric bicycle to move around the park.
Looking for Melaka Restaurants to go to? This historical city has cuisine ranging from local delights to Portuguese and Nyonya cuisine that you can savour.
Looking for hotels in Melaka? You do not have to worry about accommodations when visiting Melaka as there are a number of hotels ranging from budget to 5-Star hotels for you to choose.
If you like bazaar type shopping, Jonker Street is the place to go while you are in Melaka.
Painted in coral red, Christ Church is a Dutch heritage that reminds people of their presence in Melaka centuries ago.
KTM - Keretapi Tanah Melayu trains is a good and interesting mode of travel in Peninsular Malaysia. See the country side scenery as you move along the various parts of the country.
Explore Melaka town and you will see history comes alive along the many old shop houses in various streets of Melaka.
Melaka Sentral is the major transportation hub in this historic city. This central terminal is a contemporary building which looks like a shopping complex from far…
Maritime Museum in Melaka is located along the Melaka River. A huge wooden ship can be seen as you travel along Jalan Quayside parallel to the river of Melaka.
A Famosa or Porta de Santiago, one of the most valuable ruins built by the Portuguese centuries ago is another most sought after attraction in Melaka.
Step into St Paul Church, the former Portuguese Chapel and you will be amazed by the historical ruins here.
Baba Nyonya, also known as Peranakan is another unique blend of cultures that will definitely surprise you when you come to Melaka. Find out more here..
Kuala Selangor, a coastal town and the surrounding areas are a good getaway time. Visit Kuala Selangor Nature Park, Taman Malawati, Skymirror, eagle feeding, fireflies watching and scooping up blue tears are some of the activities you can do here.
Kuala Selangor Nature Park is about an hour drive from Kuala Lumpur. This 240 hectares park is ideal for bird watching, hiking or simply taking time off.
Head to Malawati Hill in Kuala Selangor and see the panoramic view of the Straits of Malacca, the 100 year old light house, the free roaming monkeys, the Poisoned Well, angsana trees, cannons...