Places to visit in Malaysia

Hi guys,

I just came to Malaysia for study, my origin is from Maldives.

I would like to know where can I go around Klang Valley for shopping, travel and food? I’d love to check out these places while I’m studying here

Hope to get many response :sunglasses:

MidValley Megamall!!! it’s located next to The Gardens Mall too…

which part of klang valley are you staying???

Perhantian, perhantian, perhantian :heartpulse: it’s not in KL, but still Malaysia :wink: I really wonna go there. Maybe I can find here other guys who also wonna join?!

Do you mean Pulau Perhentian?

There are two main islands, Kecil (‘Small’), popular with the younger backpacker crowd, and Besar (‘Large’), with higher standards of accommodation and a quieter, more relaxed ambience. The quick hop between the two costs around RM20.

Read more: http://www.lonelyplanet.com/malaysia/peninsular-malaysia-east-coast/pulau-perhentian#ixzz3dO96YETn

The the beach and the sea really best lar~ :thumbsup:

Klang Valley huh? If you stay near public transportation like LRT, KTM, Monorail then you can reach many places.

The most famous one i think is Sunway Pyramid where you can do ice skating, water park, and shopping.

Refer to this link for more info:
http://www.sunwaypyramid.com/howtoget.asp

I’m Singaporean and I visit Malaysia quite often. Loveeeeeee the food - awesome variety, superb taste and easy on the wallet compared to SG!!!

Malaysia has great beaches too like Langkawi, Tioman, Pangkor. Plus, Penang is a great place to visit for its culture, food and arts scene. Malacca is a cool historic place with its own unique Baba & Nyonya culture and Portugese influence. Oh, I also been to the east side - Sabah & Sarawak. You can jungle trek, dive in Sipadan or if you’re super fit and fearless, climb Mt. Kinabalu. Oh, a tip though for Sipadan, beware of pirates!

Don’t go far, just go to Batu Caves! Just one KTM away from KL Sentral.

You will love Penang, just google it! :stuck_out_tongue:

I am surprised that no one mentioned Cameron Highlands yet. The views there are amazinggg. Imagine chilling out in cold day with a cup of their famous tea AND this view.

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You can make a day trip from Kuala Lumpur to Port Dickson using public transport (cheap!).

  1. Take the KTM train from KL Sentral station to Seremban. Cost: RM 6. Journey: 1.5 hours.
  2. Take a bus from Seremban to Port Dickson. Cost: RM 4. Journey: 30 mins.
  3. Take a bus from Port Dickson town to the beach (Pantai Saujana). It should be less than RM3. Journey: 30 mins.

That’s it. In less than 3 hours and RM 13 (about US$ 3.5) you can be enjoying the sun, sea and beach.

(map taken from Wikipedia)

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Hi guys, I’m sure all of us would like to unwind and bond with nature during long weekends. With that said, did you know that Malaysia has a LOT of waterfalls? And they’re all located nearby!

Check out this site http://waterfallsofmalaysia.com/d.php and let me know if any of you have visited any of the places mentioned,

Yeah @Lyn saying about nature, Malaysia actually have a retreat near to nature named Sekeping Serendah at Serendah, Rawang. You can reach there and be near to nature by taking KTM and Taxi from KL. Or for more details, you could visit their website @ http://www.sekeping.com/serendah/home.html to look at the place. It is a gateway to nature and can reach within 1 hour. They do provide different type of sheds and here is some photo for you now


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Malaysia is one of the top rated travel destinations in the world. I have booked a Singapore Malaysia tour package for my honeymoon and it was an awesome experience. If you want to know more about the places to visit, you can go through https://www.fundayholidays.com/destinations/international/malaysia/