Must Enjoy In Malaysia

Redang Island Malaysia
Redang Island Malaysia
Breathtakingly beautiful Langkawi
Breathtakingly beautiful Langkawi
Langkawi Island in Malaysia
Langkawi Island in Malaysia
What could have been a better destination than Malaysia, this summer to take your family along? Home to rainforests, melting pot of cultures, exotic cuisines and incredible shopping destination with – Malaysian Mega Sale…Malaysia is a place to be in. If you are tourist, this is the time, if you are shopper, July is the time, if you are a fun seeker, anytime is good time. You can visit Malaysia Tourism site: for most updated information on right from bookings, flights, hotels, events, festivals, shopping destinations, sight-seeing …what not!

For adventure lovers, Malaysia has lots to offer. Prominent one being World’s largest cave chamber – Mulu National Park, Sarawak. This is a UNESCO World Heritage Site which is a home to an impressive collection of natural treasures, including razor sharp limestone spikes called the Pinnacles and Sarawak Chamber. The deer cave has the world’s largest cave passage as well as a unique rock formation with a silhouette that resembles the side of Abraham Lincoln.

A walk through prehistoric rainforest Taman Negara Pahang is recommended. Estimated to be over 150 million years old, Taman Nigara is one of the oldest rainforests and home to a visit to a vast diversity of flora and fauna.

Wreck Diving – Redang Island, Terengganu – Pulau Redang is an enchanting island approx. 45 Kms off the coast of Terrangganu. Its clear waters contain hundreds live coral species – ranked as some of the best in the world and thousands of marine species including manta rays, sting rays and shark.

Last but not the least – legend – Langkawi , KedahPart of an archipelago of 99 tropical islands, Langkawi Islands is as much shrouded in age-old myths and legends as it is filled with natural beauty. It was accorded the Global Geopark status by UNESCO in 2007 for its diverse geographical heritage which dates back to more than 500 million years.

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