Explore the beauty of nature and wildlife in Malaysia. Located in Gunung Mulu National Park, the Mulu Caves are huge underground caves. Discover the Sarawak chamber, one of the largest world’s cave chamber.
The National Park, which is also known as Taman Negara in Malay language, is tropical forest and one of the oldest world’s rain-forest. Here, visitors feel closer to the nature. You can explore amazing waterfalls and jungle paths taking part in trekking tours. The wildlife diversity consists of different kind of animal species, such as Asian elephants, tigers, leopards and rhinos.
During 1920s British started the development of the Cameron Highlands, one of Malaysia’s most extensive railway stations. Explore the scenic train route that passes through forests, waterfalls and other tranquil spots.
Do you like scuba diving? One of the best world’s diving spot is Sipadan in the Celebes Sea. Sipadan was formed by living coral atop an extinct volcano cone. Here, more than 3.000 fish species live and there are plenty of magnificent corals. Kinabatangan River, the second longest Malaysia’s river is located in Sabah state on Borneo. There are plenty of animal species, such as Asian proboscis monkeys, Bornean orangutans and elephants.
Do you want to enjoy more your travel? Discover the Bako National Park in Sarawak state on Borneo and find which outdoor activity suits you. Diverse wildlife, rainforests, waterfalls, beaches and sea stacks are included in this area. Here, you can see obscene-nosed proboscis monkeys.
Visit the Semenggoh Nature Reserve that is popular for its orangutan orientation program that aims to help orphaned or rescued orangutans. The perfect time to see the orangutans is during feeding sessions in the morning and afternoon. Some of the bird species that live here are the Bornean black magpie, the yellow rumpled flowerpecker, the Malaysian honeyguide and the brown hawk owl.
Dated back to 1891, the largest Buddhist Malaysia’s temple, the Kek Lok Si at Penang is a fascinating place, where you will see many images of Buddha. It is also called as the Temple of Supreme Bliss and is visited by thousands pilgrims from all Southeast Asia. The most impressive is the Temple of Rama IV with its 10.000 Buddha carvings.
Explore the Manukan Island in eastern Malaysia’s Sabah state, the second largest island in the Tunku Abdul National Park. Here, you will find amazing beaches as well as coral reefs offshore that is suitable for scuba diving and snorkeling.
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