Located on the western headlands of Langkawi, Telaga Tujuh Waterfalls in Langkawi is the most amazing natural attraction on the island. The name of the waterfall has a meaning of Seven Wells Waterfalls. Continue Reading →
Lambir Hills National Park is one of the national parks that can be on your list of destinations in Malaysia. Situated on the Miri-Bintulu Road, about 36 kilometers to the south-west from Miri Town Sarawak, East Malaysia, and a national park is a well-known option throughout Malaysia. Established since 1975, the area of the national park reaches 6,952 hectares. Continue Reading →
Endau Rompin National Park is located in the Southeast of Peninsular Malaysia. It also houses the world’s oldest rainforest like Royal Belum State Park and Taman Negara. The name of rivers Endau and Rompin Rivers were taken as the name of the national park. Continue Reading →
Aquaria KLCC Malaysia is one of the attractions around the Twin Towers beside the recreational and shopping center Suria KLCC. It is a life-sized aquarium established in 2002 within the tallest building’s walls.
The 60,000 square feet indoor marine park exhibits more than 5,000 types of marine life. The amazing sea creatures are including the sand tiger sharks, giant Pacific octopi, giant groupers, and green sea turtles. Additionally, the animals are also including the semi-aquatic mammals such as raccoon, Dortmund is and water rats. Continue Reading →
Spending the night in Kuala Lumpur will give you many unforgettable memories. The capital city of Malaysia provides many great options to make memorable nights during the holiday. The top picks of things to do in Malaysia Kuala Lumpur at night are as followed. Continue Reading →