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    Malaysia has a ton of extraordinary things to offer travellers. Take this country slowly, get ready for a gastronomic adventuring and be amazed at a lot of ultramodern architectures. For any support, visit Asia Vacation Group's website to plan your Malaysia trip.

    Get inspired by the great architectures in Kuala Lumpur
    – Considered as the ultra-modern capital of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur offers a lot of major architectural buildings such as super modern Petronas Twin Towers, the world’s second-largest Menara Tower, the grand Merdeka Square and Batu Cave Temple, etc.

    Enjoy the fresh cool highland air of Cameron Highlands – Cameron Highlands is home to an abundance of vast green tea plantations, strawberry farms and beautiful villages, giving you some incredible natural views for a perfect getaway from the lowland heat.

    Explore the rich cultural heritage of Penang – As a hidden gem in Malaysia, this colourful island is famous for a massive Kek Lok Si Temple, a UNESCO World Heritage-listed capital of Georgetown along with an array of sublime colonial buildings as well as the lively night markets and secluded pristine beaches.

    Relax in a tranquillity of Langkawi – A striking island lies off the west coast of Malaysia, blessed with exquisite natural wonders, the luxurious resorts along with the colourful coral reefs and a wonderful setting for swimming, snorkelling and diving.

    Stand astounded by the imposing natural beauty of Borneo – An ideal destination for the ones seeking adventures, mixed with a relaxing break. Borneo possesses Mount Kinabalu, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and an enchanting sanctuary where the highly intelligent orangutan dwells in.

    Consult detailed itinerary throughout Malaysia and get your own idea about your trip: https://www.asiavacationgroup.com.au/malaysia/
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    Last edited by Marley Smith; 03-15-2018 at 05:16 AM.

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    Thank you for sharing, i ve been to Malaysia few times and i didnt get to the islands, are they worth to visit?

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    Malaysia and East Malaysia, which comprises Sarawak and Sabah (also known as Malaysian Borneo). There are various things to do in Malaysia are given below:
    1. Visit the PETRONAS Towers in Kuala Lumpur
    2. Sunbathe on Langkawi
    3. Tunku Abdul Rahman National Park
    4. Culture in Malacca
    5. Taman Negara National Park


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