Golden sands line the beaches of many places in Malaysia. There are palm trees as far as the eye can see, and many more wonderful sites.
Enter the beautiful tropical island of Pulau Langkawi and take a cable car from the Oriental village up the hillside. There is a chance to trek to each station, and with the astonishing views that greet you, it is definitely worth it. Ascending through the land, it becomes clear how truly striking the views actually are. The Telaga Tujuh waterfalls are visible and as the peak is reached, so too is the winding curving bridge. Linking the top station to the Machinchang mountain range, the wonderful sights are breathtaking.
In the capital of Kuala Lumpur lie the soaring Petronas Towers. These are among the tallest in the world and there are many like it that rise into the sky. This diverse city checks all the boxes of a modern city, but its history is still flowing, and the Chinatown of this city brings a whole new meaning to the word "exploration". With stalls showing off the goods they have to sell, and traditional food available, the choices are endless. The food, not only in Chinatown, but across Malaysia is a mixture of Chinese, Thai and Indian foods. The staple food of rice varies across the country and when infused with coconut milk and fried anchovies it creates the popular dish of Nasi Lemak. Chicken satay is another popular food within Malaysia and often seen as an icon. Another icon of Malaysia is the music. The many types of music across the country are influenced by Indonesia, Thai, Portuguese, Filipino, British and Chinese music, making many different genres for Malaysian people to enjoy. From contemporary to jazz and even rock and punk, the music scene in Malaysia has adapted through the years.
Malaysia is a country to find so many animals living in their natural habitat. Tigers, crocodiles, elephants and pot bellied pigs are just some that roam the land. To wander the land yourself, you will discover how attractive Malaysia is.