Malaysia is made up of 13 states (Kelantung, Terengganu, Pahang, Johor, Melaka, Negeri Sembilan, Selangor, Perak, Pulau Pinang, Kedah, Perlis, Sabah, and Sarawak) and three federal territories (Kuala Lumpur, Putrajaya, and Labuan). Malaysia is situated between two and seven degrees north of the equator. Some parts of Malaysia are in Peninsular Malaysia, whereas Sabah, Sarawak, and Labuan are in East Malaysia.

Petronas Twin Towers

The Petronas twin towers, Malaysia’s architectural masterpiece, are as stunning during the day and perhaps more so at night. With 88 stories, this famous landmark in Kuala Lumpur is among the world’s highest buildings, and a bridge connects the two at their amazing heights. Is it really necessary to say much about the breathtaking and expansive view of the entire KL metropolis that the bridge provides? Obviously not!

Corporates are very interested in Petronas because of its top-notch infrastructure. But even with all the multinational organisations arranged in the towers—Accenture, Braclays Capital, IBM, McKinsey & Co., etc.—everyone still has a good time.

Providing one of the best shopping experiences in Malaysia, this shimmering steel tower has Suria shopping mall, located right at its footsteps. Besides, it has art galleries, a convention center, concert hall, restaurants, KLCC Park, Aquaria; you certainly will not get a breather.

Batu Caves

The word “Batu” in Malay refers to a tube, and the Batu Caves are a famous Hindu temple situated inside a tubular arrangement of caves! The temple was constructed more than a century ago, but the caves date back over 400 million years. But you’ll have to climb 272 steps to reach the riches. Get some exercise and visit this well-known Malaysian tourist destination.

Visit here during the Hindu holiday of Thaipusam, when believers perform rites. The enormous golden sculpture of Lord Murugan is the most well-known feature of the caves. It is estimated to be 150 feet tall!

Legoland Malaysia 

Come to Legoland Malaysia and realise your childhood fantasies! Keep an eye out for the intricate details at this Lego-themed theme park while you’re there. You can feed your heart-pounding fantasies in Technic Land. Children’s and adult scientific exhibitions are available! You may soar over Lego City and fly Lego jets in Lego City. At Lego Kingdoms, a place full of castles and palaces, spend a day as a king or queen. Mini Land is where Asia is constructed, brick by brick, so be sure not to miss it.

Naturally, without Ninjago Land, how can it truly be called a Legoland? Make plans to spend at least a whole day at Legoland and book a room at the neighbouring Legoland hotel!


Sunway Lagoon

Over ninety attractions spread over six parks—the Amusement Park, Water Park, Wildlife Park, Extreme Park, Scream Park, and Asia’s First Nickelodeon Themed Land, Nickelodeon Lost Lagoon—are available at this top multi-park destination in Malaysia! You can stay here all day after you get in! Investigate the many dining alternatives the theme park has to offer. We are conveniently located close to the Sunway Resort Hotel & Spa if you need a place to stay.

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