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Top 5 Things to do in Malaysia

The land of Malaya’s is a bustling and a beautiful city that is much known for its multicultural race that lives in harmony, vibrant festivals, gastronomic climaxes and diversity of nature. From towering skyscrapers to underwater hideaways, here are the top 5 things to do in Malaysia:

  1. The Legend – Petronas Twin Towers

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The twin towers of Pertronas stand at Kuala Lumpur and the 88 storeyed skyscrapers is one of the most gorgeously crafted and tallest buildings of the world. The KLCC Park, the Skybridge and several cultural shows hosted here, makes Petronas the landmark of Malaysia. Since it is the most popular getaway in Malaysia, you must buy tickets in advance for the Petronas.

  1. Shopping – from Bukit Bintang to KLCC

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Located in Kuala Lumpur’s Golden Triangle, from Bukit Bintang or Skywalk to KLCC, find a bustling chain of entertainment and shopping paradises – for, it’s the ‘Arab Street’ of Malaysia. From popular retails to locals and hawker type eateries – find everything under one roof at the Jalan Bukit Bintang strip.

  1. Street food hunt – Jalan Alor

As a contrast to the afternoon, the street of Jalan Alor in the evening turns into a gastronomic paradise. The night pack consists of a wide variety of stirred fried, Vietnamese, Chinese, Seafood dishes and more.

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Grab deals from Groupon like more than 50% off and then proceed to stroll down the Jalor Street to relish on your favourite portion of BBQ fried Lok Lok, Gou Lou, Pork noodles and more.

  1. A Heritage Kaleidoscope – George Town

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Explore the richness of tradition, culture, nature and history at George Town, Penang, Malaysia. Visit Groupon, Expedia and to find cheap deals up to 70% off to explore some of the most popular attractions of George Town like Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion, Cheah Kongsi, Clan Jetties, Acheen St. Mosque, Cathedral of the Assumption, Penang Botanic Gardens, Penang State Museum & Art Gallery and more.

  1. Beach exploration – Sipadan Island and Tihoman Island


If you are a water sport lover or love the beaches, then you surely cannot miss the charm of the Sipadan and the Tihoman Island in Malaysia. While Palau Sipadan is a scuba diving paradise of the Indo-Pacific basin, the Palau Tihoman is much known for its spectacular and coral reef enriched beaches, snorkelling, relaxation (Pulau Tikus, Javanese Massage) and more. Expedia, Hotels, and Oyo lets you find cheap and affordable lavish stays of up to 70% discounts at the islands of Malaysia.