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This 130-million-year-old rainforest holds a diverse range of tree and animal species, and offers a myriad of activities for diehard hiking and trekking fans.
It is believed this saintly man taught the virtues of Islam to the locals in Melaka and was greatly admired for his kind heartedness and good nature.
This is a good opportunity to visit inside a traditional wooden Malay home and learn about the distinguished Malay scholar Za'aba.
If you take the 'safer' Jeep Track, be prepared for a very steep and tiring hike up, covering five kilometres and taking roughly two and half hours.
What sets this museum apart from all others is the sheer quality of the exhibits from the Middle East, China, India and the Malay world.
After watching a demonstration of glass making and decorating techniques, you can try your hand at creating your own souvenir glass product to take away.
The State Park is classified as a high conservation value forest and is surrounded by other forest reserves.
Museum explains rice cultivation process, displays varieties of rice, and showcases equipment and tools used in rice cultivation.
This walking tour covers Chinese temples, Hindu temples, Central Market and quaint old cafes and clan association buildings, all steeped in history.
Semenyih Eco Venture Resort has a slew of fun activities for just about anyone including a range of rather quirky accommodation.
There is also a 3D Mural Art Gallery upstairs that seems to be a hit with the younger crowd.
From bird-watching to kayaking to visiting butterfly, bird and orchid parks, this spot is teeming with interesting and fun things to do.
A Chitty Village stands to this day, home to some 20 to 30 Chitty families. Also in the vicinity is the Chitty Museum of artefacts, handicrafts and old photographs.
A museum here houses various historical artefacts while its surrounding grounds is home to various Hindu and Buddhist structures called candi.
From palaces in ruins to mausoleums, museums and old schools, Jugra in Kuala Langat is filled with fascinating sights for the curious traveller.
Located in the Sungai Sedim Recreational Park, this rainforest canopy walk is 925 metres long at 26 metres high.
Be ready to hike for at least four hours on this challenging hill slope located in the Cheras area.
The hike up can be a very hot and sweaty hike if there is very little wind and therefore exhausting. Take plenty of water with you.
400 metres high and easily climbed in an hour, Bukit Broga is however steep and challenging enough to get the heart pumping and lungs puffing.
The coastline south of Miri is really just one long beach stretching 40km and more, but there are several beaches easy to access by car.
The caves of Gua Kelam, a few kilometers from the Thai border are an interesting find as is the recreational park there.
While some are located close together to enable a pleasant walk, others require the use of transportation to get there.
Designated a Unesco World Heritage Site in 1995, Luang Prabang's temples, hotels, scenery and markets are definitely worth a visit.
Covering a distance of 4.75 km and taking around three hours to complete, the route is filled with eateries, places of worship, including art and culture centres with plenty of soul.