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Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur is an Asian tiger that roars: in almost 150 years, it has grown from nothing to a modern, bustling city. Take in its high-flying triumphs from the viewing deck of the world's tallest building, then dive down to explore its more traditional culture in the back lanes of Chinatown.
It's a modern Asian city of gleaming skyscrapers, but it retains much of the local colour that has been wiped out in other Asian boom-cities such as Singapore. It has plenty of colonial buildings in its centre, a vibrant Chinatown with street vendors and night markets, and a bustling Little India. Places of Interest
Cameron Highlands
The Cameron Highlands, in the centre of Peninsular Malaysia, comprise a series of hill stations at altitudes between 1500-1800m (4920-5904ft). This fertile area is the centre of Malaysia's tea industry and it's the place where locals and visitors come to escape the heat of the plains.
Attractions include jungle walks, waterfalls, tours of tea plantations and beautiful gardens. The cool weather tempts visitors to exertions like golf, tennis, and long walks, normally forgotten at sea level - but this is really Malaysia's R 'n' R capital par excellence for those who don't like the beach and enjoy a bout of colonial nostalgia.
Penang is affectionately known as the Pearl of the Orient. Its main centre, Georgetown, has impressive colonial architecture, temples, lively Chinese culture, great shopping and food. But there are many other attractions, including the north-coast beaches, charming Penang Hill with its funicular and colonial hill station and amazing Kek Lok Si Temple.
Langkawi Island
Mile upon mile of powdery white sand, crystal clear waters, emerald green mountains¡­ Langkawi is postcard pretty but there¡¯s more than meets the eye. Mystical legends surround Langkawi, the largest of a cluster of 99 islands in the state of Kedah, and practically every popular spot has a spellbinding myth behind it.

Kota Kinabalu
Named after the highest peak in Southeast Asia, Kota Kinabalu, generally referred to as KK, is the capital of Sabah, the Land Below the Wind that is known the world over for its natural wonders. Whether you choose to climb mountains, dive into the ocean deep or just appreciate all of Mother Nature¡¯s gifts, Kota Kinabalu is the gateway to all these and more. Don¡¯t miss Kinabalu National Park, Where rare species of flora and fauna abound, including the Rafflesia, the largest flower in the world.
A popular island destination in the state of Peark,Pangkor is actually a clustr of 9 small islands on the Straits of Malacca,providing a tranquil getaway in which you may dive,snorkel and even do a spot of fishing.The pace of life here is set by the tides and winds.The only decision you'll have to make is where you want to view the setting sun.
While it offers all the amenities of a modern city,attractions for visitors come in the form of spectacular beacher and idyllic fishing villages dotted along the coast.Charming cottage industries include wood carving and batik weaving.A turtle sanctrary is nearby,where from May to September,giant leatherback turtles from as far as the Atlantic come each year to lay their eggs.Just inland,answer the call of the wild in the jungles of Taman Negara or National Park.
According to folklore,the capital of Sarawak was named after the wild cats(Kuching means cat in Malay)that were oftern seen along the banks of the Sarawak River.The rule of the British Rajah Brooke has lent the city an air of dignified charm with its old forts,towers and bungalows.Shop for tribal arts and crafts or take a short drive to experience tribal life in a longhouse.Clearly, Kuching is your gateway to adventure,whether it's white-water rafting on the Skrang River or trekking in the Borneo jungle.
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