Malaysia is a attractive destination for all tourist. These are 9 wonderful check-in places that you can ignore when you visit Malaysia

1.PETRONAS Twin Towers

There are not any tourist that visit Malaysia but “forgot” to visit the famous twin towers and take pictures to keep memories. In the daytime you might not be impressed with the beauty of the tower, but when night falls, you will understand why the PETRONAS Twin Towers is the place people choose the most photographed.



Petronas Twin Towers includes 88 floors with 452 m height, it was designed by  Argentine architect – César Pelli. Another impressive feature of the twin towers is the bridge between two towers overhead (Skybridge) with height 170m and 158m in length, it was located at 41th floor and 42th floor. Standing on the bridge, visitors can see Kuala Lumpur city landscape.


2.Batu Cave

Batu is a limestone about 400 million years old and it’s about 13km from Kuala Lumpur. Batu is the most sacred place of the followers of Hinduism (Hindu) in Malaysia. In order to visit the main action, where the Hindu temple located at the height of 100m, visitors must pass 272 steps. At the top of the stairs, visitors will find three huge limestone caves plus the smaller cave which look very wonderful … At the end of the cave is the ancient temple, with typical Indian architecture.



3.Malacca city

Malacca City, is the capital city of the Malaysian state of Malacc



In contrast to the excitement, hustle of the Kuala Lumpur capital, Malacca city takes only about 2.5 hours for driving  to. Malacca city has the charm of an old world, it is the harmonious combination of reviews Portuguese architecture, Dutch and British cultures mixed with Arabic, Indian and Chinese. With peaceful space, quaint and quiet, Malacca has always been considered as the site lively and valuable books in the history of formation and development of this country.

If you have chance to go Malacca city, it will be the most experience that you have when visit Malaysia