Best places in Malaysia you should not miss!

Malaysia is not just about the magnificent city of Kuala Lumpur, the nightlife, the beaches and the malls. Malaysia is something much more than that! With so many places to see and experience, we were keen on not letting you miss some of the best attractions.

Travelling in and around Malaysia is quite effortless since it has some major bus terminals and express buses are the preferred mode of transport here. Tickets for which can be booked online from https://www.redbus.my/. Alternatively, you can also download the Android or iOS app from respective App stores and save some time and energy.

So we bring to you some of the must visit places of Malaysia which is sure to make your trip a memorable experience.

Thean Hou Temple It is a stunning six-tier Buddhist temple, which commemorates a goddess who is believed to have protected anglers. Make sure to visit this temple since it is the oldest and the largest Chinese temple in the whole of South East Asia. You will be mesmerized and in complete awe seeing structures that were built in 1894. Offering ample of photography opportunities this place is sure to be etched onto a picture if at least not your memory. Make sure to burn some joss sticks and kneel while you pray. You can get here by boarding Minibus no. 27 from Klang Bus terminal.

Boh Sungai Palas Tea Estate Located on the northern side of Brinchang on the hills this tree plantation is one of the most picturesque locations of Malaysia. Equipped with a tea factory, a teashop and an exclusive visitor center, this place somehow manages to make you feel relaxed and calm. The staff here is more than happy to narrate the history of this estate. There is also an on-site souvenir store for you to take some memoirs back to friends and family.

Aquaria KLCC Home to over one hundred and fifty species of marine life, its star attractions embody chilling tiger sharks, fatal ocean snakes, blue rays, bright coral fish, seahorses and much more! Located on the concourse level of the Kuala Lumpur convention center it is one of the biggest aquariums in the entire world. It is home to over 150 different species. The Aquarium is so well stocked that it will take you days to explore it entirely. After spending about 3 to 4 hours here, you will have seen more than 5000 different species of fresh water and marine creatures, which include the giant groupers and gar fish. The place is known to take tourists through several different watery landscapes right from the flooded jungles of Malaysia to its highlands. You will also get to see a glimpse of the Amazon Basin, the Open Ocean and the Coral Reefs. The aquarium is spread out across different levels but the best part is the DNA touch pool where you can actually pick up and feel the texture of live coral and star fishes. The experience is just unforgettable.

AlyaAbigail 2 years ago