Exploring The Malaysian Trail: 8 Landscapes & Legacies

Petronas Twin Towers

The world's tallest twin tower has a diamond-shaped facade with 83000 stainless steel extrusions, showcasing Malaysian culture through fabrics and sculptures.

Aquaria KLCC

It is the biggest aquarium in the world and has colorful coral fish, tiger sharks, seahorses, deadly sea snakes, and more as some of its top attractions.

Bako National Park

Bako National Park offers seven rainforest ecosystems to explore on foot or by boat.

Lost World of Tambun

Southeast Asia's biggest, The Lost World of Tambun, offers seven theme parks, water rides, and the Lost World Hotel. credit:bstatic

Langkawi Island

From Pulau Langkawi (the largest island) and Giant Lion, Langkawi Island is home to over 104 beautiful islands

Kilim Karst Geoforest Park

This park showcases mangroves in their glory and is situated inside the Langkawi islands. Since it's one of Malaysia's less visited locations, you can have a peaceful time.

Turtle Sanctuary Beach

The area is filled with stunning offshore islands, vast lakes, thick forests and flowing waterfalls that satisfy your desire for nature exploration.

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