Taman Negara is noted for its breathtaking natural beauty, which includes lush green woods, gushing waterfalls, and a rich range of fauna.
The Batu Caves, also known as Cathedral Cave, is devoted to Lord Murugan, the Hindu God of War.
Melaka was re-defined as 'culture tourism,' emphasizing the heritage city rather than the beach tourism for which Malaysia is famous.
Bako National Park is well-known for its various ecosystems, shoreline, jungle trekking, and proboscis monkeys.
Aquaria KLCC is Malaysia's largest oceanarium, with over 5000 marine animals on display.
It has orchards, tea plantations, gardens, hiking paths, museums, and other attractions.
KL Tower is the world's seventh tallest telecommunications tower and the tallest in Southeast Asia.
The Langkawi cable car is famed for being the world's steepest cable car.
The Park encompasses 50 square kilometers and comprises five islands, their surrounding reefs, and the sea. Its primary goal is to save their biodiversity, flora, and marine ecosystems.
The Petronas Twin Towers are famous for being the tallest structure in the world at one time.