The 'Must See' Spots During Holidays In Malaysia

These days, Malaysia has become Asia's favorite tourist spot. The country has developed its tourism well enough to become a world class vacation hub. Globe trotters from across the planet find this land of culture, cuisine, and beaches one of the most indulging and sensual experiences for their wanderlust. This is why holidays in Malaysia have also become India's favorite vacation abroad. It's not very far from home, the culture has much similarity, and over all; it is truly a pearl on the map of Asia. Package vacations here can be booked for as low as 30 - 40,000 Indian rupees for a couple. This makes the country even more attractive for tourists - Malaysian currency has very good conversion rates when compared to strong currencies like Dollars, GB Pounds, Euros, or rupees.

So what the spots you just can't miss when on holidays in Malaysia? Well, here are the crme de la crme vacation 'must - sees' in Malaysia -

Kuala Lumpur - The capital city, and known as the Garden City of Lights, it is a magnificent urban sprawl situated on the south eastern corner of the peninsular. It is a lively bustle of a city, with a population of over 1.5 million people. It has a huge tourism call, claiming the spot of the 5th most visited city in the world. Filled with experiences of shopping and culture, Kuala Lumpur is the crown jewel of the country.

Penang Island - The Island that takes its name from the State of Penang attracts about one fourth of all the tourists to the country. With some of the most pristine beaches, coral splendors, and adventurous waters to boast of, Penang Island has been ranked among the 10 most beautiful islands you must see before you die. It is one of the most magnificent parts of any holidays in Malaysia, and a must visit haven of blue seas and historical wonders.

Bako National Park - Malaysia is known for its biodiversity and is marked as one of the most important bio reserves of the planet like the Amazon basin in Brazil. Bako National Park in Borneo is one of the most famed spots to see South Asian wildlife with a huge variety of flora and fauna that you could keep exploring for an eternity! For shorter vacations though, you couldn't complete holidays in Malaysia without a few days on the river into the pristine greens of Borneo.


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