Malaysia is well-known for its luxurious and crowded cities, green rice paddies, pristine beaches with fresh water. Come to these four states in Malaysia, visitors will be impressed with its peaceful natural scenery, rich culture and attractive cuisine.
Johor is the southernmost state of Peninsular Malaysia and also is a favorite destination of many visitors and families with beautiful parks, amusement parks and shopping centers.
Besides some popular theme parks like Legoland Resort, Sanrio Hello Kitty Town, Angry Birds Activity Park, the islands off Mersing City, Mersing District in north of Johor are also interesting sites you should not miss.
Dayang Island (Pulau Dayang) is one of the best diving spots in Malaysia. The marine ecosystem in here is very diverse with rays, whales and sharks. There are scuba diving courses for beginners and advanced courses in February and November.
Rawa Island (Pulau Awa) is famous for its coral reefs, white sand beaches and other outdoor activities like snorkeling and scuba diving.
Tengah Island (literally Pulau Tengah) means “island in the middle” which is known for blue water beach – an ideal place for swimming or sunbathing. This is a private island having natural resort Batu Batu.
Located in the north of Peninsular Malaysia, Penang consists of two parts: Penang Island and the mainland area, connected by two bridges – Penang 1 and Penang 2, of which the Penang 2 Bridge is known as the longest bridge in Southeast Asia. Come to Penang, visitors can visit some interesting museums:
Camera Museum Penang: is the first camera museum in Southeast Asia.
Sun Yat-sen Museum Penang: is an ancient house where Sun Yat-sen planned to overthrow the Qing Dynasty. Besides historical value, it has a great value in architecture with many parts remain intact since it was built in 1880.
Wonderfood Museum Penang, a museum was built to introduce Penang’s specialties for visitors. The colorful dishes such as Asam Laksa, Ais kacang, Nasi Lemak always attract tourists to see and take photos.
Langkawi is known for Eagle Statue at Eagles Square, the Skybridge, and Tanjung Rhu beach which is ranked as one of the 50 most beautiful beaches in the world in 2016 by CNN. If you love adventure sports, let’s visit these following destinations:
Skytrex Adventure: is the first adventure park in Malaysia offering a lot of adventurous activities like swinging, flying,…
Langkawi Canopy Adventures: Located in the highest mountain of Langkawi – Gunung Raya, it is home to more than 400 species of plants, wild animals and over 40 species of snakes.
Langkawi Jet Ski Tour offers a 4-hour discovering Langkawi by jet-skiing which definitely is an unforgettable experience in Langkawi.
Perak Darul Ridzuan is the second largest state in Malaysia. Ipoh is famous with many delicious foods such as Hakka noodles, Ipoh Chee Cheong Fun, Ipoh white coffee, etc.
If you love exploring, Perak can bring visitors a variety of cultural and historical experiences, such as visiting Kong Heng Square, Concubine Lane, Ipoh Old Town, Ipoh Railway Station, Kellie’s Cast or discovering the nature at Royal Belum State Park and Kinta Valley Nature Park.
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