[Memorable Experiences in Malaysia]
–Aquaria KLCC, Kuala Lumpur–
The state-of-the-art oceanarium (ocean + aquarium) in the heart of the city, Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia. The best place showing the wide species of interesting and rare aquatic creatures in Malaysia. Different types of exhibits provide a good attraction to aquatic lovers. A lot of activities that can join such as dive with shark, cage rage feeding show, and more. You will not get bored along the route as many species will refresh your view of the world. The mysteries of the ocean are yet to be explored!
–Batu Caves, Selangor–
When I reached, I was amazed by the world’s tallest statue of Murugan, a Hindu Deity, and a flight of steep. It is a place that serves the Tamil communities during the Thaipusam festival. Climbing up the colorful steep stairs was challenging, but the wonderful view of caves at the end of the climb is worth it. The atmosphere of the cave and the sunlight shine through the ceiling that gives the place a mystical feeling. I feel tiny and humble and my mind was relaxed.
Remark: Always be alert to the cheeky monkeys, especially along the stairway, athey may snatch your things away.
–Sunway Lagoon, Selangor–
It was my first and best experience at Sunway Lagoon that I went there in July 2020. It was the time that pandemic covid-19 in Malaysia was under control. There are many attractions such as Amusement Park, Water Park, and Wildlife Park. I experienced many rides without any queue due to it just open after the pandemic was under control. Even I played the flying-fox twice! A wonderful place to get full excitement and relaxation!
–Chew Jetty, Penang–
The Chew Jetty is the largest among the other waterfront settlements housing different clans in Georgetown. The jetty comprises row houses joined by wooden walkways. It was a popular tourist attraction with many of the row houses selling souvenirs, handcrafted items, even some row houses turning into restaurants that could fill up the hungry stomachs of visitors. The view of the sea at the end of the walkway was so great that you willing to slow down your time to enjoy it!
–Gunung Keriang, Alor Setar–
A challenging spot for hikers! The breathtaking sunrise is the treasure of the climb for all the hikers. The sharp and slippery stone cannot stop the hikers to conquer it, just for the sunrise view. (Tips: Wearing gloves are recommended to protect your hand while climbing up the route.) It is so worth getting up early to climb up the mountain. Just give it a try!