Malaysia is a land well known for its rain forests and beaches. It also has a mixed culture comprising of, the Europeans, the Malays the Indians and the Chinese.
Kuala Lumpur still has colonial buildings standing to this day. Its star attraction is the Iconic Petronas twin towers which are 451 m tall and is connected to each other via a sky bridge. The view of Kuala Lumpur from up high is simply breathtaking.
Sky Bridge in Langkawi
Located in Langkawi, the Machinchang sky bridge was finished in 2004 and seems to defy all laws of gravity. It hangs suspended 100 metres above the ground by an 82-metre single pylon and offers visitors a panoramic view of the surrounding forest beneath.
Batu Caves in Gombak
The mysterious caves that are found amongst Malaysia’s limestone formations always intrigue the visitor with their unusual shapes and magical aura. While you indulge in many things to do in Sepang, an appealing place to stay such as AVANI Sepang Goldcoast Resort will make your stay livelier and all the more enjoyable.
Towering above the surrounding landscape at a height of 881m Gunung Raya holds the distinct honour of being Langkawi’s highest mountain. Ideal for hiking enthusiasts and forest trekkers the summit of the mountain can be reached both by foot and through paved paths accessible by vehicle.
Intrigued by history, art and food, Lavinia Woolf is a writer who is passionate about the extraordinary and writes of the exhilarating and enchanting.