Things to do in Malaysia
Malaysia is tourist hot-spot in the world map. This country combines many cultures and colours within itself to radiate the beauty of co-existence. It is only Malaysia where you will never see any intolerance in spite of its diversified religious aspects. It is truly the confluence of ancient traditions and sophisticated urbanization. Malaysian culture is basically the amalgamation of Malay, Chinese, Indian, European, Arabic, Peranakan and many other local tribal cultures. Malaysian foods and cuisines are the best example of this cultural blend which offers huge variety to choose from. Make your stay in Malaysia a lifetime experience by indulging yourself in a voyage to discover “True Asia”.
See the City Skyline from Petronas Twin Towers: The Petronas Twin Towers ate the most prominent and famous landmark of Kuala Lumpur. These two buildings have given a global face to Malaysia. It is surely a sinful miss if you don't visit this exquisite landmark while staying at Kuala Lumpur. Till 2004, these towers were the tallest building in the world and defeated by Burj Khalifa, they are now the second place. You can reach the top of the building but it is better to anywhere in between to get the best possible view of the city skyline particularly during the blue hour. You can take a walk through the sky bridge connecting the two towers or can stroll on the observation deck on the 86th floor.
Experience the True Spirit of Malaysia at Kampung Baru: If you are into the habit of exploring new things about new places, then take a visit to the Kampung Baru district in Malaysia. Several attempts of developing the place in to modern urban area failed due to the massive resistance from the locals who wanted to preserve the authentic Malaysian lifestyle over here. Night is the best time to walk through the narrow streets of Kampung Baru when hawker centres and road-side eateries come up to enlighten the place with aroma of original Malaysian delicacies prepared and served fresh to locals and visitors.
Witness the Orang-utans in Sepilok: The best way to observe orang-utans in their natural habitat is the Sepilok Orang-utan Rehabilitation Centre which is located in Sabah, East Malaysia. This rehabilitation park is situated at the outskirt of Sandakan City. This orang-utan rehabilitation was the first of its kind in the world. The centre was opened in the year 1960 and since then it serves as the home to hundreds of orang-utans who have been losing their lives to illegal poaching and logging. Here the park authority is trying best to make them suitable for surviving in the wild by giving proper training and healthcare to them. You can take the park tour, timing of which coincides with the feeding times of orang-utans to offer a lucid view of the animals.