Malaysia the Mixed Bowl of Asia
“Malaysia truly Asia” is a saying that completely defines Malaysia. One may wonder as to why this saying is applied and the simple reason is because it is only in Malaysia that one finds almost all the ethnicities that make up Asia.
The country is divided into two different land forms by the South China Sea i.e. a peninsular and an island. The peninsular part of Malaysia is highly urbanized with colossal buildings, bright lights, discos, theatres and the ever changing technology. The island part of Malaysia however is still filled with lush green tropical forests, wild life and is still ages away from the modern technology. Book Malaysia Travel Packages and discover the two different worlds of technology and nature that lay side by side in perfect harmony.
As the country is divided into two different landforms the number of places to see and things to do are numerous. The two parts of the country are in complete contrast to each other and provides a traveler with very unique sights which will awe him/her.
Some of the best known places of interest in the peninsular part of the country according to Malaysia Tours are:-
Kuala Lumpur- this is the capital city and is home to world’s former highest building known as Petronas Twin Tower. The sky walk on the 41st and 42nd level is amazing to walk on. Other places of interest in the city are the Kuala Lumpur bird park, the fish spas and Batu caves. The Aquaria KLCC is an aquarium that houses a wide variety of marine animals which is really fun to see. This city of Kuala Lumpur is a Muslim dominated city and can be said to represent the Muslim countries of Asia.
Penang- this is a Chinese dominated city. The flavours, temples and architecture found here are of the Chinese descent and it seems that a little China blossomed here. The main places of interest here would be the tropical spice garden, Kek Lok Si- a monastery on crane hill, Penang national park, Penang Butterfly Park and many more follow the list. George Town is also an important part of Penang which displays the effects of Dutch colonial rule. Walk through the streets of George Town and get transferred into the past with all the marvelous architecture that still stands showing the glory of the colonial days.
Cameron highlands- lush green tea gardens is what would describe this place the most. This is the most widely spread hills of Malaysia. The place is famed for its scenic beauty and cool weather. It also has a wide range of natural beauty such as the rose gardens, waterfalls, mountains, jungle where one can go for hikes and a lot of beautiful temples. A visit to this place is a must to see nature at its picturesque beauty.
The islands of this country are also well known and superb. Some of the beat known islands are:-
Langkawi- this place is famous for its picturesque beaches. The lakes and marine activities of the place is also well known due to its beauty and uniqueness.
Perhentian islands- this is an island that not yet been fully exploited as a tourist destination. This makes a wonderful place to visit for a quiet time and relaxation. The beaches here are simply beautiful and captivating. A visit here would redefine your idea of beautiful.
Malaysia is such a place that once you go on describing the list keeps growing longer. The best way to know and discover it would be taking Malaysia tour packages and know the island first hand yourself.
Sonu Yadav - About Author:
Sonu writes about various beautiful tours and travel destinations of the world. He is providing valuable information on Malaysia Holiday Packages and Tours to Malaysia etc. For more information visit to www.malaysiatourpackages.org.in
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