Things to do in Malaysia

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Petronas Twin Towers

Petronas Twin Towers is a must to do when you are in Malaysia although you have to remember to book tickets in advance as there’s only a limited number of tickets are available for per day. Petronas Twin Towers is a must to do when you are in Kuala Lumpur. If you want to walk the Sky Bridge and see the observation deck, make sure you book your tickets on online in advance as they sell out fast. Be sure to visit after dusk to get amazing pictures at the base of the towers. If you are a senior citizen take a copy of your passport because they offer them for 50% off entry price.  Night time is the best time for the visit as the lighting both on the towers and the grounds are excellent.

Petronas Twin Towers

Langkawi Sky Cab

The ride to the top (Sky Bridge) is a pretty magnificence. You can see the thick tropical forest, waterfall and the view of Langkawi shoreline are majestic while traveling on Sky Cab. It also stops on the way where you have the option to climb up and enjoys the terrific view. On reaching the top, you’ll have to buy another set of passes for the sky bridge.  The views are breathtaking in Malaysia attractions. There are actually two sky cabs and both the routes are very long and beautiful. It’s highly recommended to try sky cab in Langkawi, its bit expensive but good to the experience.

Langkawi Sky Cab

Sipadan National Park

Sipadan National Park is the gorgeous Malaysian attractions. The place is definitely one of the best dive sites in the world. The name of Sipadan National Park is a simply legendary place for diving with plenty of sharks, turtles, and jackfish as well as loads of others sea species. Sipadan is breathtaking on a clear day, even when the brightness is poor, you can still see sharks and turtles everywhere. Most of the tourist recommended Malaysia tour for the wonderful experience and for your fantastic holidays.

Sipadan National Park

Langkawi Sky Bridge

Sky Bridge in Langkawi is at the top of the Gunung Mat Cincang. You have to first take the cable car to reach the top of the mountain. The ticket costs for MYR 5, if you take the climb down or if you take the funicular, it costs for MYR 15. The Sky Bridge is an engineering marvel. The views from the Langkawi Sky Bridge are breathtaking. You have views of the sea and islands below on one side and of the mountains on the other. The sky bridge is curved and you feel an adrenaline rush walking along it and gazing at the spectacular views below. Make sure that you are going on a clear day or else you may not find the sky bridge or the views obstructed.

Langkawi Sky Bridge

Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia

Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia is one of the most popular Malaysia attractions and very interesting museum. Visit Islamic Arts Museum for who wants to know more about Islamic history and also to see a lot of old stuff from all times along the history. The scale models of the mosques from various countries were amazing. The shop is a hidden gem with an amazing array of books and souvenirs. It’s a great model of the big mosques from all around the world, examples of early Koranic text/scriptures and a great journey through Islamic history. Definitely, it’s worth for a visit without hesitation.

Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia

Eric Anderson