Malaysia is a country of one season. It rains here almost every day. Mountains and Jungle can be Watch all over the country. Due to the low cost of travel, Malaysia is still the first choice for many travel-thirsty people And Malaysia is one of the few countries whose names come up before Bangladeshis travel abroad. So every year a lot of tourists from Bangladesh travel to Malaysia. So before you go on a trip to Malaysia, let’s know about the most interesting places in Malaysia:
Batu Caves is the 5th most visited place in Malaysia. It is located 13 kilometers north of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. There are 3 big and several small caves and the biggest cave is called Mandir Guha. Its ceiling is about 122 meters high. Here are the Batu Caves. Batu Caves, the temple of Sri Shubramania, is a Hindu monastery dedicated to Lord Murugan (Hindu deity). Its age is approximately 400 million years. The pilgrims have to climb 262 steps to reach the temple.
The next most visited place in Malaysia is Taman Negara. Taman Negara, the Malay word literally means “national park”. It is one of the oldest tropical rainforests on Earth. In addition to many large trees, there are many fountains and waterfalls. There is also the longest footpath in the world covered with moonlight. Taman Negara is a paradise for almost extinct animals from the heart of Asia. Notable among them are Asian elephants, tigers, cheetahs and rhinos. But due to their small number, they are not commonly seen. But rest assured that you will find many species of birds and small animals there.
Mount Kinabalu is the 3rd most visited place in Malaysia. It is the largest island on the island of Borneo in Southeast Asia. Its height is 4,095 meters. It is also the biggest mountain in Malaysia. Kinabalu Park is the first World Heritage Site in Malaysia, with a large area in and around the mountain. This mysterious Mount Kinabalu is usually shrouded in clouds. But whatever the season, the mountaintop calls for peace and serenity throughout the year. Its fresh, cool air refreshes and enlivens the travelers.
Petronas Twin Towers
The second most visited place in Malaysia is the Petronas Twin Towers. Prior to the Make of the “Taipei 101” in 2004, the Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur was the biggest building in Malaysia in Earth. Although still the tallest twin building in the world. The construction technique of this 6-story Petronas Twin Towers reflects the Muslim culture of Malaysia. From the 41st and 42nd floors of the Petronas Twin Towers, there is a connecting bridge between the two towers called Skybridge. For 50 ringgit or 12 hundred rupees, any visitor can get on this Skybridge of Petronas Twin Towers.
Gunung Mulu National Park
The most visited place in Malaysia for Malaysian tourists is Mulu Caves. This is a cave (Cave> Cave> Cave). The Sarawak cave cell, found in one of these underground caves, is the largest cave cell in the world. It is said that its cell is so large that it can easily accommodate up to 40 Boeing-747s without any fan overlapping.
The visit ends with a visit to the Garden of Eden. However, if the fortunes are good, and if the weather is good, visitors can enjoy one of the attractions of Mulu Caves from 5 pm to 6 pm if they want, and that is the evening tour of millions of bats together.
Some more places of interest in Malaysia
Legoland Theme Park, Malacca City, Ishtana Budaya, Bukit Bintang, Cameron Highlands, Aquarius KLCC, A’Famosa Resort, Kuala Lumpur Tower, Pulau Tioman, Perhentian Islands, Penang, Langkawi, Genting Hill, etc.