If you have always looked forward to a travel destination that will offer you a combined version of natural scenario as well as ultimate thrill and fun, Malaysia would be the ideal place to visit. No matter if you are planning a tour with your family, kids or friends; Malaysia is a travel destination for people belonging to all age groups. Being home to the prehistoric rainforests and a myriad of enriched cultures, Malaysia is an amazing country, offering you lot to explore. Here is a simple tour guide on things that you must do, while traveling to Malaysia.
- Go to the china Town or Petaling Street – No matter if you are a shopaholic or not, you must go to this place in order to feel the ultimate shopping experience. Ask anyone who has been to China Town and he/she will refer to it as the “Shoppers’ Heaven”. To view the better side, go to the place after it gets dark – the entire shopping district turns into a lively, vibrant night market, where you will get to explore hundreds of stalls selling interesting products, at unbelievable cheap prices.
- Watch out for the Petronas Twin Towers – Being one of the central attractions of Kualalampur, this happens to be one of the most tall and stunning buildings of the world. Built up by proficient German architects Djay Cerico and César Pelli and under the consultancy of Julius Gold, over a period of seven long years, this is a marvelous piece of architecture which all the Malaysians boast about.
- Eat out at China Town – If you are a foodie, the place that you must visit while traveling to Malaysia is China Town. And even if you are not that much fond of trying out the different world cuisines, we would personally request you to taste the delicacies of China Town as it will offer you a lifetime experience. Try out the best flat noodles of the world, known as Chee Cheong Fun, the spicy and sour shrimps in different flavors, greasy plump noodles with chunk of barbecued pork (locally known as Charsiew Wantan Mee) and many more tasty cuisines to choose from.
- Explore Batu Caves – If you have always longed for a site of limestone caves, the magnificent Batu caves of Malaysia would be an ideal place to halt at. Consisting three main caves, along with some small ones, these caves are 100 meters high and 400 meters long. Being discovered in the year of 1892, this cave is named after the famous Sangai Batu or Batu River that flows past the hill. Outside India, this cave is one of the most famous Hindu shrines and is considered to be one of the most sacred places, dedicated to Lord Murugan. Moreover, it is also the focal point of all the Hindu festivals of Thaipusam in Malaysia.
If you would prefer to travel to Malaysia by air, one of the best ways to avail business class flight tickets to Malaysia is to plan the tour well in advance. This will also help you book the premium hotels at the prime locations of the different tourist places.
Author’s Bio – Sam Payn is a wanderer at heart and is passionate about traveling all over the world. He has been associated with a number of popular blogs and shares his own experience in his write-ups.