3 Landmarks in Malaysia: A must visit for every Tourist

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For a quick getaway, or a long sabbatical from the world, Malaysia tops the charts when it comes to making tourists happy. Why, around 27 million foreign tourists travelled to Malaysia in 2014 alone! And why not, we ask? Beautiful islands, luxury resorts, colonial towns, scores of shopping malls and street stalls, food joints… what more can one ask for? Here is your answer:

Petronas Towers: The tallest twin buildings in the world are an ode to the motifs found in Islamic art and is to the practice of following Islam in Malaysia. Top notch technology and design aesthetics meets traditionalism in this legendary structure that also features a sky bridge between the two towers.

Cameron Highlands: Malaysia’s prized hill station. Stretching over several acres, not only can you trek through the forest, but also take a tour through its renowned tea plantation sites.

Quick Tip: And how do you travel to Cameron Highlands? Just a book a bus online on redbus.my and you will be at your destination within no time, soaking in the tea plantations. Leaving all hassles behind, this online bus booking portal helps to give you the best memories of taking the road.

Perhentian Islands: Budget travellers, this one is for you! Vacation besides some of the most beautiful beaches in the world that also double up as great diving sites at some of the cheapest accommodation rates. The two main islands to visit here would be the Perhentian Besar (Big Perhentian) and Perhentian Kecil (Small Perhentian).

Malacca: Historical city of Malaysia, walk through the vibrant dazzling roads of Penang. Sight all the exciting attractions here and experience a ride in Trishaw. This offers you a unique travelling experience. Getting around Melaka in a Trishaw offers you a sort of feeling where you move about within scenery of the city. Wow!

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