13 photos make you want to backpack to Malaysia immediately

Asia Travel Jun 8, 2019

In addition to the familiar tourist cities such as Kuala Lumpur, Penang or Langkawi Islands, Malaysia has many other interesting destinations to attract tourists.


Kek Lok Si Temple in Georgetown, Penang is colorful and interesting for visitors by thousands of bronze statues. 7-storey temple built 113 years ago, about 3 km from Penang hill, is the largest and most important Buddhist place of worship in Penang.



Cameron Highlands in Pahang Province, about 300 km from Kuala Lumpur with green tea rows, stretching along the hillside is a favorite destination for those who like to take outdoor photos.



Tun Sakaran Marine Park, about 101 km2 wide, is located off the east coast of Sabah, Borneo is home to many marine animals such as giant clams, clown fish, stingrays … always captivating scuba divers.



Kinabalu Park, north Borneo is located on Malaysia’s tallest mountain (4,095 m) thanks to its magical scenery. It has rich flora and is one of the most important ecological places in the world.



Diving in the Perhentian Islands between Northeast Malaysia and Thailand, you will admire the beautiful coral reefs, sea turtles and sharks … Clear sea water is an ideal condition to see the flora and fauna.



Sky Bridge on the top of the Machinchang mountain above 661 m challenges the courage of visitors with a curve of nearly 125 m from the beginning of the Langkawi cable car route stretching to the top of the nearby hill, some sections with glass floors for visitors sightseeing below.



Just 13 km north of Kuala Lumpur, the Hindu religious center in the Batu Caves makes visitors overwhelmed by the Murugan gold statue, a Hindu god of more than 42 meters guarded right at the entrance gate.



Impressed by the clear sea water, the floating village in the beautiful town of Semporna captivates untouched nature lovers. On sunny days, you can drop yourself on the cool blue water or scuba dive.



The rare Malayan tiger in Taman Negara National Park and Guno Forest Reserve in Jeli is one of the exciting experiences when traveling to Malaysia.



The street food stalls in Kuala Lumpur always hold visitors by the variety and taste difficult to resist.



The ancient George Town with Malaysian and Chinese cultural interference brings a sense of peace to visitors when walking among colorful huts.


Gunung Mulu National Park, one of the largest and most beautiful caves in the world, has been recognized by UNESCO as a World Heritage Site since 2000 with thousands of plants and millions of bats in the cave. This is also an interesting tourist destination.



The Straits Mosque is floating on the water every spring tide is one of the must-visit points when visiting Melaka, Malaysia.