Opportunities to embark on action-packed outdoor adventures in Langkawi are everywhere. Whether you want to be on the water, beneath it – or even away from the shore and amid the jungle – here are some outdoor adventures in Langkawi to satisfy your adventurous side.
Because Malaysia is so culturally and agriculturally diverse, its most romantic corners (and centers) can be found all over the country. Whether you’re on your honeymoon or simply a sucker for romance, here are some of the most romantic spots in Malaysia.
Malacca’s Porta de Santiago is all that is left of a once four-towered fortress built by the Portuguese. The remnants of the fortress (also known as A Famosa) is one the few surviving European architectural remains in Asia.
Malaysia is such a diverse and visually appealing country that it’s difficult to pick out just a handful of its most beautiful places. Nonetheless, here’s a list of the most striking and beautiful places in Malaysia – and the reasons why.
Johor Bahru is the capital city of the state of Johor in southern Malaysia. Often overlooked as simply the gateway to Singapore by means of a causeway that connects the two countries, Johor Bahru nonetheless has enough to entertain and intrigue for at least a day or two.
Some visitors come to Malaysia for the beaches, others, for the outdoor adventures. In Sabah, one such adventure takes you to the top of Mount Kinabalu, the tallest mountain on the island of Borneo at 13,435 feet (4,095 meters) above sea level. While high, Mount Kinabalu is famous as being one of the world’s most accessible mountains, as visitors wishing to make the trek need no special climbing skills to do so.
Malaysia has been earning a reputation in recent years as a beautiful and uncrowded beach getaway in Southeast Asia, and the island of Langkawi has some of the best strips of sand in the country. Whether you’re looking for a well developed beach complete with restaurants and an established nightlife scene or a quiet escape, you’ll find it at one of Langkawi’s best beaches.
If you’re like most travelers, you’ve come to Kuching to see some wildlife and explore the surrounding rainforest. Before you head out into the wild, take some time to explore the city of Kuching, including its culture and history, by visiting Kuching’s best museums.