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7 Reasons Why You Should Be Heading To Malaysia For Your Holiday

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7 Reasons Why You Should Be Heading To Malaysia For Your Holiday

1. Mulu Caves 5.0 

Mulu Caves are established in the Gunung Mulu National Park in Malaysian Borneo. The park encloses unbelievable caves and rainforests. The Sarawak chamber is the underground caves which is the largest cave chamber in entire world. This chamber is so spacious that it could provide accommodation about 40 Boeing 747s (cargo aircrafts or Jumbo jet) without overlapping their wings. Nearby Deer Cave, lots of colonies of wrinkle-lipped bats exist.

2. Sepilok Rehabilition Centre 5.0 

This Rehabilitation center opened in 1964. Orphaned babies of orangutans rescued here from logging sites, plantations and prohibited hunting. Orangutans are trained to stay alive against diverse circumstances in the forests.  And they are released as soon as they get ready to survive. This sanctuary is found within the Kabili-Sepilok Forest Reserve, much of which is virgin rainforest. Around 60 to 80 orangutans are staying free in the reserve. It is the top visitor attraction.

3. Perhentian Islands 5.0 

Offshore of northeastern Malaysia is not far away from the Thai border. If you don’t go Perhentian Islands in Malaysia then your Malaysian visit is incomplete so we advise you must visit here once. Malaysia has few of the world’s most exotic and beautiful beaches.  Here you can stay with reasonably priced accommodation. The two foremost islands are Perhentian Besar (Big Perhentian) and Perhentian Kecil (Small Perhentian).

By a pinnacle height at 13,435 ft (4,095) meters, Mount Kinabalu is the uppermost mountain in Borneo. This mountain is acknowledged universally for its terrific biological and botanical species biodiversity. More than 600 species of ferns, 100 mammalian species and 326 species of birds have been recognized at Mount Kinabalu and its adjoining. In short, you can feel real natural beauty and mental peace.

5. Pulau Tioman 5.0 

Pulau Tioman is an island which is located off the east coastline of peninsular Malaysia. Time Magazine (1970) nominated Tioman as one of the world’s most stunning islands. Visitors come looking for a feel of paradise. The island is bounded by abundant white coral reefs, making it a dreamland for scuba divers while the core is compactly forested. Visitors visit Malaysia after the monsoon, best time to visit Pulau Tioman is between November- Februarys, but Tioman can be nearly deserted at other period.

6. Taman Negara 5.0 

Taman Negara, which means “National Park” in Malaysia. It’s an oldest tropical rainforests on the globe. Surrounding of Taman Negara, you can find waterfalls, massive trees, jungle treks of diverse duration and the world’s longest sanctuary walkways. Taman Negara is a heaven for endangered species like the Asian elephant, tigers, leopards and rhinos, but ratio is very low. You can see them very rarely.

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7. Kuala Lumpur 5.0 

Around 200 years ago, Kuala Lumpur was settling down tin-mining city in West Malaysia. Now, this similar lethargic village has developed into the country’s centralized capital and major metropolitan area. Chinatown is the busiest tourist focal point despite the fact that the Golden Triangle presents the city’s contemporary face, with the prominent Petronas Towers as its outstanding building.

Top attractive Places in Kuala Lumpur is Petronas Twin Towers, Batu Caves and Merdeka Square and Bukit Bintang.
Best Destinations for Day Trips are Melaka Caves, Batu Caves, Kuala Gandah Elephant Sanctuary and Kuala Selangor Nature Park.

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