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Take a trip to the heart of Malaysia’s economic activity in Kuala Lumpur, where the famous Petronas Twin Towers will give you a panoramic view of the city. Do not miss this photo opportunity as you stand taller than all other buildings in the area. Visit the Central Market and other street markets to get the best bargains on goods ranging from textiles to antiques. When you get hungry, there’s delicious local delicacies like

Hokkien mee and KL clay pot rice to be savoured at Petaling Street. Alternatively, if you’re seeking some adventure, wander into the Batu Caves, Malaysia’s famous Hindu Pilgrimage site.

The quickest way to get to Kuala Lumpur is to fly straight to the city, but cars and luxury tour buses also make viable options. Getting around the city is best done by the local urban railway system. Taxis are generally discouraged because prices may rocket during peak hours in conjunction with the heavy traffic.

Fancy a beach holiday? Head down to Langkawi and bask comfortably in the warm sun. Go diving or sailing with the guidance of instructors, or enjoy a day at the spa to relax those tired bodies. If you had enough of the beach, head down to Temoyong Night Market on Thursdays to have a taste of local living, or drive down to Langkawi Fair Shopping Mall for the best duty-free bargains.

For those seeking to fill their camera roll, hop on a cable car to get a priceless view of the lush greenery that surrounds the island, or visit the Eagle Square and take pictures of the large eagle monument standing there in grandeur. Alternatively, there’s the Bird Paradise and Wildlife Park, complete with a man-made waterfall against the tropical backdrop of Langkawi. You could even take a sunset cruise down the rivers of Langkawi to appreciate its true beauty.

Malacca never fails to amaze tourists with its diversity and its fusion of the old and the new. Despite it being a small state, it has a large history and is of cultural importance to Malaysia. In fact, its capital Malacca City is listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Hop on the Melaka River Cruise to see the best sights the city has to offer, including the traditional village Morten, or take in a 360 degree view of Malacca on board the gyro tower of Menara Taming Sari. For some family fun, check in at the A’Famosa Resort, to splash around in the pool or water park and visit the animal safari.

In the day, you can also visit the Baba Nonya Museum to learn about the Peranakan heritage that is prevalent in Malacca. When the sun sets, head to Jonker Street, a paradise for shopping, dining and entertainment. Here, you can soak in both the modernity and the rustic goodness of Malacca.

Before you leave Malaysia, be sure to stop by Penang to savour traditional delicacies which originated from this beautiful place. Mouth-watering hawker fare such as Penang Laksa and Penang Prawn Noodles are just a few out of a wide selection you can choose from. Sit by the roadside stalls if you get the chance and watch how the locals chat the afternoon away while feasting on these delicacies.

Snap pictures along the famous streets of GeorgeTown, also a UNESCO World Heritage Site, thanks to its colonial roots. For an activity closer to nature, trudge through the eco-tourism gem of the Butterfly Park, a well-maintained natural habitat allowing these creatures to roam free. Going on foot around the various attractions is common, so bring your best pair of walking shoes.

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