Malaysia is a small country in Southeast Asia that offers the blends of traditional and modern cities and cultures. It has a vibrant city with nature parks that are totally packed with wildlife rainforests. You can never underestimate what this country has to give you once you explore their simple yet rich filled culture.
Considered as the second largest island in Tunku Abdul National Park, Manukan Island is greatly known for its beautiful beaches. Travelers can do snorkeling and diving activities on the island. Being notable for its gorgeous corals and fishes, it is truly an awesome place where tourists can feel the natural vibe of the country.
Tourist who wants to experience Hindu art can fulfill their hearts in exploring Batu Caves. It has three main caves that feature Hindu and shrines and temples. The main attraction of the place is the Hindu God which can be easily seen at the entrance. It has 272 climbing steps to reach the Cathedral Cave. You can also seen monkeys playing around the cave.
Gunung Gading National Park
This National Park has been famous for its best view on Rafflesia – a flower that grows three feet in diameter and contains the nasty smell. The best months you can see its full bloom is from November to January. The blooms die after a few days but it can bloom any time of the year. Aside from Rafflesia, there are various flowers that can be seen in this park.
Kek Lok Si Temple
Kek Lok Si Temple is considered as the crown jewel of heritage temples in Malaysia. It was also identified as one of the largest temple complexes in Southeast Asia. Also known as the Temple of Supreme Bliss, offers a picturesque view with various Buddha images. Because of this,, it draws pilgrims all over the region.
Mount Kinabalu is the highest mountain in Borneo. It has a summit height of 4,095 meters and that can be great for nature lovers. The mountain is famous for its large number of botanical and biological species. As long as you are physically fit, you can easily conquer this mountain that offers the most dramatic view in Sabah.