The country which is located in the South-east Asian region is separated by the South China Sea and consists of two same sized regions - Peninsular Malaysia and East Malaysia. Among these two separate regions, the peninsula has got most of the bustling cities, colonial architecture, tea plantations the east, a part of the Borneo, has got wild jungles, beautiful peaks and other spectacular landscapes.
The area also houses one of the oldest rainforests in the world and is also home to the endangered orangutan species. There are many popular tourist destinations in Malaysia.
Gunung Mulu National Park
They are located in the Gunung Mulu National Park in the eastern Malaysian region. It is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that is set in a mountainous equatorial rainforest. This national peak is famous for its enormous limestone cave networks, rock pinnacles, cliffs and gorges. The national park is named for the sandstone mountain Mount Mulu which is the second highest in Malaysia. Sarawak Chamber, the largest underground cave chamber in the world by area, is also part of this national park. it is believed that the cave could accommodate about 40 Boeing 747s, without overlapping their wings. The Deer Cave also in the park is one of the largest single cave passages in the world.
It is another popular national park in Malaysia. Other than enjoying the views of massive trees, waterfalls, and trekking you could experience the world’s longest canopy walkways there. It is a great place to sight endangered wild animals and birds. This national park is part of the peninsular region of Malaysia.
Petronas Twin Towers
The twin towers in the capital city of Kuala Lumpur were the world's tallest building from 1998 to 2004. The towers which have 88 floors each have a sky bridge between the 41st and 42nd floors and is the highest 2-story bridge in the world. The twin towers house many shopping centres and are also a great place to chill out with your partner.
This archipelago that consists of 104 islands is part of the peninsular region that borders Thailand. It is a popular holiday destination that is marked with pristine beaches beautiful islands and hills with wide forest cover. The Langkawi Sky Bridge would give you stunning visuals of the surrounding forests and the ocean. A cable car would first take the visitors to the top point and from there, an incline elevator called SkyGlide would take the visitors to the sky bridge.
It is a well-known hill station in Malaysia that was first developed by the erstwhile British rulers. The place is popular for its trekking trails, tranquil sceneries and vast tea plantations. There are also stunning jungle trails which you could explore.