Tour guide to Malaysia

Malaysia is a South Asian country that is multi-cultures inherited. The official language in Malaysia is Malay. Also used Tamil and the Chinese languages. Malaysia is one of the most beautiful counties in south Asia. There are lots of beautiful islands around the county which are incredibly beautiful. Most of them are already has taken the attraction from the travels who live all around the world. Here is some information important for travelers. If you are going to go to travel to Malaysia, you should visit these places.

Malacca City, Malacca

Malacca City | Malacca | Malaysia

The city of Malacca boasts rich history and curter. Many of the tourists come to see the city’s magnificent architecture. Malacca was under the control of the Portuguese and the Dutch. But the 15 century marks its “golden age”. There are lots of places to visit in Malacca.

01. Christ church

02. Junker street

03. St. Paul’s church and the Formosa fort

04. The sultanate place museum

05. The maritime museum

06. The Malacca river

07. Malacca straits mosque

George Town, Penang

George Town | Penang | Malaysia

George Town is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Malaysia. It is surrounded by many islands. It is the third most populous city in Malaysia. It is also the second-largest city in Malaysia. The town has a history of over 500 years. Because of its importance, this town acquired UNESCO world heritage status in 2008. Here are some places to visit in George Town.

01.    Little India

02.    Penang butterfly farm

03.    Penang road market

04.    Clan jetty

05.    Kek Lok si Buddhist temple

06.    Street art

07.    Tropical fruits farm

08.    Penang interactive museum

Danum valley

Danum valley | Malaysia

You must visit Danum valet to experience an exciting, fun, and memorable experience. Here you will be able to engage in various activities with amazing experience you can walk in the jungle and there you can see animals such as Sumatran rhinos, banteng, pygmy elephants, cloud leopards, Oran-otans and primsis.

Perk’s Pangkor

Perk’s Pangkor | Malaysia

Beautiful island or perk’s Pangkor is a paradise for tourists where located in the straits of Malacca.  this island is perfect to go around the island by bicycle, relax on the beach, diving. Including those wonderful activities here are some more things to do and places to visit on the island.

01. spend the afternoon on an empty beach

02. colorful communities in china town

03. Pangkor island’s largest Taoist temple (and great wall replica)

04. Pangkor’s secret diving oasis.

05. Scale Pangkor hills (the highest point of the island)

06. hypnotic sunset on the coral beach

07. feed the hornbills at sunset view chalet

08. ruins of a 17th – century Dutch colonial fort

Langkawi Island

Langkawi Island | Malaysia

Langkawi is a beautiful island which already attracted by tourists all around the world. There are lots of beautiful beaches, amazing viewpoints, also lots of places to learn many things such as the Marin life of the island, history of the island, and also there are lots of natural parks which can learn about animals, birds, wildlife. Here are some more places to visit on the island and things to do.

01.    Langkawi sky bridge

02.    Visit eagle square

03.    Galeria perdana

04.    Mahsuri tomb and museum

05.    Cable cars

06.    Underwater world Langkawi

07.    Kilim geopark

The Food Culture of Malaysiya

 Malaysian Foods

Malaysian cuisine is a mixture of cooking cultures from India, China, the middle east, Indonesia, and several European countries. Malaysia has a tasteful food culture. With dishes such as roti, Bakar kaya, ayam rendang, nasi lamk, sambal nudan petai, the eatery preserves the beauty of local culinary culture. Malay food, in general, is rich with herbs like lemongrass, tamarind, dried and fresh chilies, ginger, and garlic. The is no denial, Malaysia is food heaven. Restaurant open very early hours in the morning and the food for every budget. Reed my Malaysian food article to get to know about Malaysian food.            

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