The biggest town in Perlis is Kuala Perlis which is the fishing town that is sit...
Pedu Lake is Kedah's newest tourist attraction. Among the recreational activitie...
The Penang Botanic Gardens, more popularly known as the "Waterfall Gardens", was...
Segari Pasir Panjang Beach is the main landing places turtles in Perak. Departme...
i-City located in Shah Alam, Selangor is known as the city of digital lights. It...
Welcome to the first hotspring water park in Negeri Sembilan! Located by the mai...
Coral Wonderland is the first coral park in Malaysia. It is located at 4th floor...
The first and only Certified Organic Rice Farm in Malaysia, sprawling over 260 a...
Bukit Gambang Resort City (BGRC) is located within the greater Kuantan - the cap...
Before asking where is Bidong Island, let's read the story below.In the ...
A good way to get to know a Malaysian town is to visit its markets, the economic...
Mulu Caves National Park is home to one of the longest networks of caves in the ...
A new word is slipping into the dictionary of diving in the Sipadan area and the...
The year 1994 heralded a new era in space science and technology for Malaysia wi...
Perdana Gallery(Galeria Perdana), built in 1995, showcases various awards, souve...
If you love caving, Malaysia should be the place to head for. Some of the most spectacular caves can be found in Malaysia.
Hiking and Trekking
Natural forests cover almost three-quarters of Malaysia's land area. The enrichment of rainforest is sure to bring rewarding experiences to the trekkers.
Rivers in Malaysia are sometimes located in remote virgin jungle. Steep mountain streams mean fast-flowing water, especially after monsoon rains.
The Malaysians are a diverse group of people with influences coming from many of the surrounding countries.
In Malaysia, there are over 600 species of birds in the tropic's most pristine forests. Some of the better-known birdwatching sites attract Malaysians and foreign visitors who all talk about the rich birdlife.
Cultural and History
Religion is very important to the people of Malaysia. In fact it is a major part of their lifestyle. This is evidenced by the large number of mosques, temples, and churches throughout Malaysia.