Malaysia:-highlights-of-a-changing-Asian-nation

1-4,Kuala Lumpur

Be prepared to be wowed: the Malaysian capital buzzes with energy and excitement. Progress is rapid; if you’ve been before, you’ll be amazed by how the city has been transformed in such a short space of time. Essential stops on your KL itinerary include a visit to the Petronas Towers, the KL Tower, Chinatown, Aquaria KLCC and the city’s Bird Park. Just outside of the city, a trip to the Batu Caves is a rewarding day out.

2h16m to Malacca

2h54m to Malacca

5-9,Malacca

Explore the rich colonial legacy of this popular Malaysian city. There’s a wide selection of museums to visit, covering topics as eclectic as kites, stamps and beauty. The influence of the Chinese, Portuguese, Dutch and British can be seen in the surviving fortifications and public buildings.

2h25m to Kuala Lumpur

2h39m to Kuala Lumpur

10-11,Kuala Lumpur

Be prepared to be wowed: the Malaysian capital buzzes with energy and excitement. Progress is rapid; if you’ve been before, you’ll be amazed by how the city has been transformed in such a short space of time. Essential stops on your KL itinerary include a visit to the Petronas Towers, the KL Tower, Chinatown, Aquaria KLCC and the city’s Bird Park. Just outside of the city, a trip to the Batu Caves is a rewarding day out.

3h56m to Cameron Highlands

2h39m to Kuala Lumpur

12-16,Cameron Highlands

Hike among the hill stations of Malaysia’s tea country, where clean mountain air and uninterrupted views make walking a pleasure. Strawberry picking and temple visits are de rigeur. The mild temperatures offer respite from the heat of the lowlands which is an attraction in itself if you’re not accustomed to the Asian summer.

3h21m to Penang

2h39m to Kuala Lumpur

17-21,Penang

Experience the rich and diverse culture of Penang Island. The bustle of its capital George Town contrasts with the laid-back atmosphere of its beach resorts, but it’s important also to head inland to explore its lush rainforest and farms growing everything from nutmeg to durians. Check out the Kek Lok Si temple which dates from 1891 or the Snake Temple’s population of pit vipers.