Malaysia has a massive amount to offer the traveller. From record breaking skyscrapers, to amazing caves and wildlife reserves, Malaysia is a multi faceted, and complex country. Known for its beaches, environmental regions, and mix of European, Chinese, Indian and Malay, Malaysia is a growing destination for all.
The list of things to do & see, is in-exhaustible, but here are a few to start with!:
Langkawi Sky Cab (Langkawi): Head to the South West coast of Langkawi to take a trip on the Langkawi Sky Cab. The cab will take you from ground to 708m above sea level, covering over 2km from the foothills of Machinchang to the mountain summit and onto sky bridge. Not for those who are adverse to heights!
Petronas Twin Towers (Kuala Lumpur): The world’s tallest twin towers have featured in dozens of films including James Bond, and are one of the countries most recognised landmarks. Walk between the towers for a slightly scary time on one of the tours; however tickets are in hot demand so get in early. Available from the visitors centre on ground level.
Batu Caves: The caves have been used as temples since 1878, with thousands of Hindus visiting for the spectacular Thaipusam Festival in Jan or Feb. Magnificent statues of Hindu gods are present, and is definitely worth the trip. If your clients are into rock climbing, challenging limestone formations will keep them busy
Sipidan National Parks (Semporna): One of the best dive spots in the world, and is the only oceanic island in Malaysia. Wildlfe abounds with masses of sea turtles, sea animals and fish. Numbers are limited, and divers need to pre arrange a diving permit. Base at Mabul or Kapalai, but accommodation is expensive.
Mulu World Heritage Area (Malaysian Borneo): A protected rainforest known for its caves, including the huge bat filled Deer Cave which leads to the Garden of Eden, a magnificent valley with spectacular waterfall. With limestone formations, visit the summit for the best view.
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