10 Most Wanted Destinations in Malaysia

Malaysia is a federation country consists of 13 states and 3 commonwealths in South East Asia. Malaysia is located near Indonesia and Singapore. The name of Malaysian capital city is Kuala Lumpur and Putra Jaya is the central commonwealth government. Malaysian recognized several national holiday and also annual celebration.  If you want to visit Malaysia, there are tourism places that you need to visit. Most of the places are already famous in the world so you should come and stop by and capture the moment in here. Just like the other Asian countries, Malaysia is also offered you with their natural beauties, city tour, historical places and other kind of entertainment. What is the most wanted tourism destination in Malaysia? Alright, this is the most visited tourism destinations in Malaysia presented just for you.

1. Petronas Twin Tower

Twin Tower

Some people say that you haven’t visited Malaysia if you haven’t gone in here. Petronas Twin Tower is the symbol of Malaysian pride. You can take a lot of pictures or you can just enjoying your time admiring the majestic sight of Petronas Twin Tower. Try to spend your time in here. For the best scenery experience, try to go here at night.

2. Langkawi

Langkawi

Langkawi is an archipelago consists of 140 islands and only few of those islands are populated. Langkawi is the biggest island other than the other island. The best way to see the magical ecology of Langkawi is from the above. Then how we can go there? Relax, you can go to Langkawi Sky Bridge which is spread out above the rainforest. You can also visit the fresh water lake which has a unique name, Pregnant Maiden. Pregnant Maiden is the perfect location for swimming and you need to be aware from the monkeys in here.

3. Kek Lok Si Temple

Kek Lok Si Temple

If you ever go to Malaysia, don’t forget to visit Penang. Your mind will be blown away by the architecture of Kek Lok Si temple architecture. Kek Lo Si temple is located in Penang and this temple is one of the best tourism destinations in Malaysia. This beautiful temple is located in Air Item area and it’s truly beautiful religious building in Penang.

4. Putrajaya Mosque

Putrajaya Mosque

Putrajaya Mosque is one of the biggest mosques in Malaysia. Putrajaya Mosque has 9 domes and this mosque capacity can accommodate up to 15.000 people. Putrajaya Mosque is located near the lake. This beautiful lake is called Putrajaya Lake. This mosque is the perfect place for those who want to get a spiritual experience. You can come and stop by in here to pray and rest your mind or you can also capture your beautiful moment in this mosque. I believe that you will never forget the experience.

5. Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Azis Shah Mosque

Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Azis Shah Mosque

After you fulfill your spiritual needs in Putrajaya Mosque but still you want some more? If yes, so Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Azis Shah Mosque is your answer. You will not stop to admiring this majestic religious building. Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Azis Shah Mosque is almost twice bigger than Putrajaya Mosque.  Salahuddin Abdul Azis Shah Mosque can accommodate up to 24.000 people. Salahuddin Abdul Azis Shah Mosque is also called as the Blue Mosque. This elegant mosque is located in Selangor. This mosque is the most visited place in Selangor.

6. Putrajaya Bridge

Putrajaya Bridge

The length of this bridge is measured about 440 meter which is connected between the central and outskirt areas. This bridge has a unique design and the inspiration behind this bridge is coming from Iran named Khaji Bridge. The best time to visit Putrajaya bridge will be at night since it will entertained you with the beautiful lights near the bridge.

7. Crystal Mosque

Crystal Mosque

This mosque is already unique from the name isn’t it? Crystal Mosque is a religious structure made from glass, crystal and steels. Crystal Mosque is the pride mosque of Kuala Terengganu city. Your eyes will be spoiled by the beautiful reflection of sunlight when it’s hitting this mosque. And the amazing thing is, you can still look at the amazing reflection at night. So, how is it? Isn’t it beautiful mosque to visit?

8. Melaka

Melaka

Melaka is our next tourism journey and it’s already recognized by UNESCO as one of the world heritage sites. At the past, Melaka is used for international trading route and this town has numerous historical building from various cultures. One of the most iconic buildings in Melaka is the Christ Church Melaka, this church was built in 1753 and this church is the oldest Catholic Church in Malaysia. Melaka is located about 2 hours of road trip from Kuala Lumpur. So, although it’s a little bit takes time but you won’t regret it.

9. Kuching

Kuching

Kuching is the perfect choice of your tourism destination in Malaysia. There are a lot of museums and planetarium which offer you the excitement and knowledge. You can go to Kuching Civic Center to get the whole scenery of the city. You can also enjoying your time with many kinds of shops in here. And if you are one of the culinary hunters, you better do not miss this city. Kuching will definitely indulge your tongue and appetite by their abundant choice of foods in here. Getting enough? No, not yet because you can also go to the Sunday Market in Kuching and be prepare to get confuse by its rich selections of goods in here. Well, you didn’t realize that you are already spend too much time in Kuching aren’t you?

10. Johor Bahru

Johor Bahru

Johor Bahru is the second biggest cities in Malaysia. In 2012, there are two giant the park are open for public. This city is always being the main destination by the tourists whether it’s international or domestic. You can visit Arulmigu Sri Rajakaliamman Glass Shrine in here. Arulmigu Sri Rajakaliamman Glass Shrine is a Hindu unique shrine with their astonishing sight of glass mosaic. So, are you ready to be amazed by the beautiful Arulmigu Sri Rajakaliamman Glass Shrine?

Now we are already arrived at the end of our journey, I hope that you enjoy reading this article and see you again on the next interesting article. Happy travelling everyone!

 

 

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