Malaysia is a vibrant country in South East Asia bustling with different cultures. It is a melting pot of different races and religions giving the country its unique identity. Malaysia is a hybrid offering a blend of modern skyscrapers and business environments along with ancient ruins and religions places. The natural beauty in this mystic land is unparallel with lush rain forests and sandy beaches offering spectacular views.
Kuala Lumpur is the capital city of Malaysia which is also the main business and financial hub. It is home to the famous 451 metres tall Petronas Twin towers, a skyscraper made of steel and glass with a sky bridge. Another landmark with panoramic views is the Menara Kuala Lumpur.
Kuala Lumpur is known for eclectic shopping and dining experience outlined large shopping malls, luxury boutiques, contemporary restaurants, food stalls and local markets. There are many tourist attractions near Kuala Lumpur like Batu caves,
Genting Highland and Putrajaya. Batu caves are the site of an iconic Hindu Temple surrounded by limestone hills and greenery.
Langkawi is located off the mainland of Malaysia and is a cluster of islands with pristine beaches like Datai Bay, Pantai Cenang, and Tanjung Rhu. The white sandy beaches are surrounded by forests and are known for the marine life found around them including the coral reef. Langkawi also has some iconic structures like The Langkawi Sky Bridge and Eagle Square that attract tourists. People who visit Langkawi for its natural beauty usually indulge in a city tour and cable car tour to soak in the picturesque views of the surroundings.