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  • ASEAN Sculpture Garden

    Kuala Lumpur - An exhibit of sculptures in wood, iron, bamboo and marble which artists crafted to represent a country from the ASEAN region

  • Batu Caves

    Gombak - Visitors are greeted by the world's tallest statue of a Hindu deity, Murugan

  • Brickfields

    Kuala Lumpur - Little India as they call it, Brickfields also holds a different churches and temples of different religion

  • Casa Del Rio

    Melaka - Portuguese-inspired boutique hotel in Melaka situated in the edge of the Melaka River

  • Christ Church Melaka

    Melaka - It is the oldest functioning Protestant church in Malaysia. It is part of the red buildings around the Dutch Square.

  • Dark Cave

    Gombak - Home to an ancient animal community of 100 million years old, including the rarest spider in the world, the Trapdoor spider

  • Genting Highlands

    Genting - Resorts World Genting, dubbed as Fun City Above the Cloud, is standing in a hill and offering the only legal land-based casino in Malaysia

  • Genting Skyway

    Genting - Gondola lift system connecting Gohtong Jaya and Resorts World Genting

  • Hibiscus Garden

    Kuala Lumpur - Situated at the Perdana Botanical Garden, this specialty garden features the widest range of hibiscus

  • Hornbill Restaurant & Cafe

    Kuala Lumpur - Situated at KL Bird Park, this restaurant offers Malaysian cuisine where bird creatures dine in with you

  • Iron Mosque

    Putrajaya - Formally called the Tuanku Mizan Zainal Abidin Mosque. It is standing opposite the Palace of Justice.

  • Istana Negara, Malaysia

    Kuala Lumpur - This is the official residence of the Supreme King of Malaysia. Then it was converted into Royal Museum recently.