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Top attractions in Malaysia then what are you waiting for?

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Malaysia is culturally rich and it is a very friendly nation. It is a welcoming nation with its landscape that is dotted with plenty of temples, mosques, and churches. Malaysia has a lot of world-renowned attractions that make any trip here immeasurably great.  When you arrive at this country there are a few top attractions you must not miss out on! Here are a few.

  1. City tour

The city tour takes visitors to some of the most fascinating sights in and around the city during the day and night. Here you can take in the sights of the city’s preserved historical monuments, cultural spaces, animal parks, and many other natural attractions. Getting onboard a city tour is the best way to capture memorable adventures and beautiful photo opportunities. You can spend an entire day  looking at the skyline of KL, Menara Tower or go shopping through the Street night bazaar in Chinatown.

  1. Batu Caves

Batu caves are the most popular tourist attraction in Selangor, Malaysia. This is the site of a Hindu temple and shrine. It attracts thousands of worshippers and tourists, especially during Thaipusam , a Hindu annual festival. Batu caves have three main caves. Its main attraction is the large statue of a Hindu god at the entrance. Beside this, is a steep climb up 272 steps to view the skyline of the city center. Many paintings of Hindu gods are seen on the walls of the Ramayana cave.

  1. Genting Highlands

Genting is known as Malaysia’s premier hillside station and is renowned for its casino, nightlife and luxury hotels. The highlands are 1760 meters above the sea level. From the top, there is a beautiful valley with a myriad of views. It has a huge theme park  with many attractions. It also has Asia’s biggest cable car which gives you the best experience if you want to have an entire look of the highlands.

  1. Putrajaya

Putrajaya is a city and the federal territory of Malaysia. It is located in west central of Peninsular Malaysia. It is located 25 km south of capital Kuala Lumpur which serves as the administrative center of the country. Putrajaya was first developed as a garden city with meandering man-made lakes and many areas devoted to parks, botanical gardens, and wetlands.

If you are planning a trip to Malaysia, you can choose our summer packages at La Alegria to experience the overall beauty of the city, highlands, theme parks and luxury that country has to offer at the most affordable prices.

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