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Indonesia and Malaysia share a common history and cultural roots. Visiting Malaysia may bring travelers into the familiarity of visiting some provinces in Indonesia. A number of tour packages offered by travel agencies between those countries enable Indonesian travelers to freely explore Malaysia and vice versa.
Malaysia offers a package of the beautiful natural landscape, side by side with metropolis city adorned with skyscrapers, complete with delicious culinary experience and rich heritage. Those are several attractions to visit this country which implements monarchy as its constitutional system.
Malaysia can be accessed by crossing Malaka Strait with a ferry. Several departing schedules are available from Dumai and Tanjung Asahan to Port Klang Klang, and from Tanjung Balai or Batam to Johor Bahru.
Travelers from Kalimantan will find it easier to cross the border through overland trips to Sabah and Serawak. However, the easiest and most convenient way to access Malaysia is, of course, by direct flight from various cities in Indonesia.
Malaysia develops a quite advanced transportation system. Therefore, tourists who travel on a tour package may explore the country conveniently. In major cities such as Kuala Lumpur, buses, cabs, trains, monorail, and transit train are the main options for the citizen.
1.Petronas Twin Towers
This building is a must-visit destination when traveling to Kuala Lumpur. As one of the highest skyscrapers in the world, Petronas becomes a popular spot to take memorable pictures. You can look over Kuala Lumpur scenery from the height of observation deck on the 86th floor of Petronas Tower.
Chinatown is a place to observe Chinese culture in Malaysia. Visitors can taste various delicacies along the street and explore the unique culture at one of the largest Chinatown in Malaysia, George Town. Here, you can also find Kuan Yin Teng shrine which is famous for its 200 years of age.
Melaka is the best place to explore colonial building architectures. In the past, Melaka has been fallen to the British, Dutch, and Portuguese. Choose the historical tour to take a closer look into the history of colonialism and other historical buildings.
4. Dataran Tinggi Cameron
If you are weary of the city, try Cameron Plateau. It offers the scenery of tea plantation and fresh breeze. Visitors may take a tour package to Malaysian largest tea company, trek between the plantation, and taste the local tea.
As a tropical country, Malaysia also has rich marine parks which worth a visit to do some snorkeling or diving. In Sipada, visitors may encounter beautiful fishes, such as barracuda, sharks, kakatua fish or Scarus sp., and also turtles.
The long coastline of Malaysia gives this country many beautiful beaches which always worth a visit. Langkawi is the best place to enjoy beach activity while tasting Malaysian culinary.
7. Batu Caves
This limestone hill is the place for centuries-old Hindu shrine. It is located 11 kilometers to the north of Kuala Lumpur. Every January, local people held a Thaipusam Festival, a religious ceremony dedicated to Murugan Deity, which is believed as a war god.
8. Gunung Mulu National Park
This national park is located in Serawak. It is a popular place for caving. Visitors can take a tour package which includes caving in Turtle Caves towards Paradise Garden or the amazing Wind Caves.
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