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About Malaysia

Malaysia is a world-class diving destination that also boasts a rich history and delicious local cuisine. The country is divided in two by the South China Sea. West Malaysia borders Thailand, while East Malaysia occupies the northern portions of Borneo Island. Kuala Lumpur is the country’s capital and the top destination for foodies. Art lovers won’t want to miss Penang. Langkawi and Redang Island are European-style resort towns. Sabah in the east has rich natural resources and Sipadan Island is regarded by many as the world’s top diving destination.

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Petronas Twin Towers
4.6/5
3,641 Reviews
Modern Architecture
Petronas Twin Towers are one of Kuala Lumpur’s most iconic urban landmarks and a location for the filming of the Hollywood film “Entrapment” starring Sean Connery. The twin towers are 88 stories tall, reaching just over 450 meters in height. No trip to Kuala Lumpur is complete without a photo of the two majestic spires piercing the Malaysian sky. A trip to the double-decker skybridge on the 41st and 42nd floors offers a bird’s eye view of the gorgeous scenery of the capital city below. The skybridge connects the two towers.
Petaling Street
4/5
1,287 Reviews
Featured Neighbourhood
Petaling Street is Kuala Lumpur’s Chinatown, famous for selling handicrafts, clothing and delicious local specialties in restaurants tucked away in side streets and alleys. There are famous Malay Chinese dishes served at restaurants like Lifeng Tea Ice Room, Wang Jinlian Chicken, Han Kee Congee Shop, Longji Barbecue, Chinatown Shengji, Luo Han Guo Longyan Rock Candy Winter Melon and more.
Merdeka Square
4.4/5
1,345 Reviews
Square
Dataran Merdeka (Independence Square) is one of Kuala Lumpur's historically and politcally significant landmarks. This is where the Malaysian flag was first raised to symbolize independence from British Rule. Currently, a very tall flagpole stands at the southern end of the square. Portraits of the present prime minister and past prime ministers of Malaysia sit beneath the flagpole. The buildings encircling Merdeka Square are rich and diverse in style and architecture. They include everything from British Tudor-style buildings to Islamic architecture, guildhouses, and distant skyscrapers. Each of these buildings tells part of the story of Malaysia's colonial history.
The Stadthuys
4.5/5
795 Reviews
Museum
The Stadthuys is located in the heart of the Dutch Square and was originally used as a church and city government. It is currently the Malacca Museum and contains many precious historical relics from countries such as Malaysia, China, Portugal, the Netherlands and the United Kingdom. The Stadthuys Museum is divided into six museums, including the Museum of History and Ethnology, the Museum of Art, the Zhenghe Museum of Art, the Democracy Museum, the Muslim Museum and the Education Museum. Exhibited are exquisite porcelain, coins, historical books, oil paintings and more, which were circulated from abroad. Malaysian prime ministers of various periods, the construction of the Dutch city of Malacca, and the history and culture of the Muslim religion are also introduced.

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LEGOLAND® Malaysia Resort from 21 to 23 Sept 2018
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As lumbering land mammals, we humans can but imagine the freedom experienced by creatures who call the oceans home. Some 71% of the Earth’s surface is covered in water. The oceans remain the last great frontier of Earthly adventure. With new species to discover and countless unexplored regions, let’s take a journey beneath the waves. As mere visitors to the underwater realms, diving affords us a modicum of understanding this part of our great blue planet. Here we will consider some of the world’s best diving locations. For the vast majority of people, diving is both easiest and most enjoyable in the rich tropical waters circling the globe at the equator. Vast coral reefs shelter mesmerizing life forms, ones whose colors and numbers astound. These are the world’s best diving locations.
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