Perak

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Perak is steeped in natural beauty and history. Its capital, Ipoh is a quiet town with quaint old bungalows, and famed for its delicious hawker food and local coffee shop fares.It is not uncommon for foodies to drive three hours to dig into a bowl of Ipoh...

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Selangor

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The state capital is Shah Alam, the first city in Selangor. Other major urban centre within Selangor are Petaling Jaya and Klang. Attractions includes Batu Caves, a Hindu shrine located in a cave, 15km north of Kuala Lumpur, where up to a million flock to...

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Penang

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Also known as the Pearl of the Orient, Penang is a blast from the past, with the city preserving its narrow side streets, colonial British buildings, temples and famed kongsi. Immerse yourself in its culture with a visit to the Kek Lok Si temple, Snake Te...

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Putrajaya

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Putrajaya is Malaysia’s third and latest Federal Territory. Built on an expansive marshland and former oil palm estate in Selangor, the city spans an area of almost 5,000 hectares and lies 25 km from Kuala Lumpur. Putrajaya takes over the administra...

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Malacca

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Most of the remnants of Melaka’s glorious past lies within the Town Square and around St Paul’s Hill. The highlights are the Bell Tower and Christ Church, characterized by the deep red exterior.Visit the popular Jonker Street and you will find merchan...

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Sipadan Island

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Located 30km off Semporna on the East Coast of Sabah, the island is rated as one of the world’s top dive sites. Rising 600m above the seabed, the dive site is rich with marine habitats, spectacular wall dives and underwater garden. More than 3,000 speci...

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Redang Island

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Redang Island is amongst the biggest islands in the East Coast of Malaysia. It is part of nine islands which shape a marine park and offers snorkeling and diving activities. Redang Island and its encompassing waters have been gazetted as a national Marine...

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Perhentian Island

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The island is made up of two main islands, Perhentian Besar Island and Perhentian Kecil Island and several large rocky outcrops such as Tokong Kemudi Barat Island, Dara Kecil Island, Tokong Kemudi Island, Rawa Island, Burung Island and Serenggeh Island. S...

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Port Dickson

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Also known as PD, in short, Port Dickson is all about the sun and the sea. It’s main attraction is its 18km stretch of white sandy beaches from Tanjung Gemuk in the north, to Tanjung Tuan in the south. Blue Lagoon is a famous picnic spot, and is ideal f...

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Langkawi

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According to local legend, the first syllable Lang in Langkawi originates from the Helang in Malay, meaning the eagle, while Kawi describes it as reddish brown. The most apt descriptor of Langkawi should be “an eagle flying high”, it definitel...

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