Ten Best Places to Visit in Malaysia
by Roam1 Telecom Limited Roaming Redifined
Malaysia is one of the most premium destinations for
travellers all over the world. If you are planning to head to Kuala Lumpur, a
top world-class destination and are wondering what else you can fit into your
Malaysia itinerary, read on. Before that, don’t forget your sim card for
Malaysia. An international sim card is very important for you to
keep in touch with your family back home. A Malaysia sim card can easily
be obtained online, and you don’t necessarily have to go there and then look
for one. So, here are the top best places to visit in Malaysia:
1. The top destination is Kuala Lumpur or KL. The city is a
well-organised and efficient one, and also has a lot of gardens and tall
buildings including the famed Petrona Towers to explore.
2. Malacca has a lot of colonial and European influences.
There are many attractions including the Portuguese settlement, the Dutch fort,
Christ Church etc. It is also a UNESCO World Heritage Site. With your sim
card for Malaysia, you can send out several pictures and videos of the
place to your loved ones back home.
3. Langkawi is a group of islands famous for its water sport
and adventure activities. From stretches of paddy crops to hills, jungles and
pristine beaches, it has everything to offer for the tourist. Don’t forget the
cable car that offers breathtaking views of the landscape!
4. Penang is another must-visit — not just for the beaches
and forests but also for its hawker food stalls! Georgetown, the principal
city, is full of cafes, boutiques and studios. Enjoy the Botanic Gardens,
temples and mosques here, apart from museums.
5. Kota Kinabalu is another destination you mustn’t miss.
Capital of the state of Sabah, it’s a coastal destination. Enjoy the beaches or
the National Park here.
6. With an international sim card, you can go live
from the popular spot, Batu Caves, close to Kuala Lumpur. The giant Murugan
statue amidst the green surroundings makes for a pleasing sight.
7. Johor Baru is the capital of Johor, a Malaysian state, and
is famous for Istana Besar, the palace built in the 19th century by Sultan Abu
Bakar. There’s also a Sultan Abu Bakar Mosque in Johor Baru.
8. If you love water sports and beaches, you could head to
Perhentian Islands. Try snorkelling, beach hopping (Turtle to Mira, for
example). The waters are clear and the beaches are unpolluted.
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