Malaysia is a land of many cultures, mostly Asian influenced. You can find Malay, Indian and Chinese essence in the surroundings sightseeing, local etiquettes, and cuisine. But there is a place that lets you get a glimpse of European times during Malaysia’s early days in harmony with the Asian feel. Set on the western side of Malaysia is Penang Island. The island has lots to offer from a tourist point of interest, mainly its capital city – Georgetown. The moment you arrive here, you feel as if you have stepped back into Malaysia’s past years. Georgetown was one of British Rule’s earliest colonial settlements in Malaysia. This has left a lasting impression on the township’s settings even after its independence from the British rule. Its well-maintained historic significance has earned it a tag of ‘UNESCO World Heritage Site’. Here are some fascinating insights about this quaint township in Penang Island – » Read more
Malaysia is a phenomenal country that has modern, well-developed cities and is yet close to nature. The country can be clearly divided into two sections namely, the Peninsula and Borneo. While the Peninsula includes the capital Kuala Lumpur, colonial towns and other modern cities, Borneo ensures that Malaysia preserves its natural beauty with its lush forests, mountains and granite peaks. As Malaysia offers the perfect combination of both these worlds, it is one of the top destinations for people all around the world. While there are several amazing places that Malaysia has on offer for its tourists and locals, we present 12 Malaysia attractions that you must see.
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