THINGS TO DO:
From the busy city of Kuala-Lumpur to beautiful beaches on the West coast of the country, such as the Perhentian Islands, Redang, or Tioman, Malaysia has a lot to offer and travelers always seek for things to do. Of course, I will try my best to give you as much information as possible to help you organize your journey all around the country.
Tourism is a central focus in Kuala Lumpur and as such there are a huge variety of attractions for visitors and things to do, ranging from the more traditional to the more modern depending on what you are looking for. There are temples, mosques, and churches to reflect the diversity of the city, the spectacular futuristic twin towers, skyscrapers, local markets, and street food (also call Mamak) that you will definitely become addicted to.
Not to mention that as soon as the borders open, we will travel to our neighbor’s country such as Thailand, Indonesia, the Philippines, and Vietnam. Obviously, there is a lot of things to do in each country you will visit, and we will collect all this information for you to help you organize your journey.
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