10 must-visit attractions in Malaysia – Part 2

10 must-visit attractions in Malaysia – Part 2

Be prepared for the second part of my 10 must-visit attractions in Malaysia.

1) Sapi Island, Kota Kinabalu

Located off the coast of Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, this island is widely known as the island with crystal clear water. Visitors can enjoy snorkelling and scuba diving in the clear water. It is definitely a must-visit for beach lovers. Just like any other island, visitors are able to enjoy sunbathing under the hot sun as well as enjoy swimming with the marine lives.

 

2) Miri City Fan, Sarawak

A unique fan-shaped when viewed from the air, Miri City Fan is an urban civic park with the setting for sports, culture, and education, in which it includes It includes a promenade, parkland, an amphitheater, musical fountain, a library and cultural center and a vast variety of ethnic gardens. It is awarded as the best landscaped park in Malaysia.

 

 

3) Danga Bay, Johor

Known as the largest recreational park in Malaysia, Danga Bay or Teluk Danga faces the Straits of Johor and visitors are able to see Singapore from the park. Danga Bay is the main highlight of Johor Bahru and will soon be a premier waterfront development. Besides the sight-seeing, if visitors feel hungry, there is a food court located at the bay. Not forgetting a mini amusement park to entertain the visitors.

 

4) Aquaria, Kuala Lumpur City Centre

Stated in the website, Aquaria is “a state-of-the-art oceanarium showcasing over 5000 different exhibits of aquatic and land-bound creatures”. The interesting things to do at Aquaria involve diving with the sharks, interacting with the marine exhibits (you can even touch them!), fish feeding, and discovering endangered animals such as dugong. The admission fee for adults is rm35 (MyKad), 45 (Non MyKad), while rm25 (MyKad), rm35 (Non MyKad) for children and rm25 (both MyKad and non MyKad) for senior citizens. After a long walk in the oceanarium, visitors can experience fish spa.

 

5) Langkawi Cable Car, Kedah

Located at the Oriental Village in Pantai Kok, Langkawi Cable Car is awarded for ‘The Longest Free Span Single Rope Cable Car’ in the Malaysia Book of Records. This cable car takes the visitors up to highest peak in Langkawi called Mat Chincang. All the way up there, you can even witness the beautiful Seven Wells waterfall and once you’re up there, you can view the whole of Langkawi Island.