Top 3 Places to Visit in Malaysia For Nature Getaways
Are you serious about having a fun filled, exciting and a fabulous time with nature? Malaysia is the answer for those of you looking for a refreshing break with nature coupled with adventure and education. Now that you have decided to explore Malaysia, get to know the top 3 places for Nature Getaways spread across both West and East of Malaysia:
1. Pulau Perhentian (Perhentian Islands) – These Perhentian Islands are a small group of islands that capture our attention by their beauty and elegance. Situated in the Western region of Malaysia, these coral -fringed islands are situated in the state of Terengganu, off the northeastern coast of Malaysia. Perhentian Islands are no doubt one of the several magical wonders of nature and with captivating beauty. They are most ideal for peaceful and relaxing vacations. Sunbathing and scuba diving are some of the common activities in the island. These islands are not still open for regular and mass tourism.
2. Sabah, Borneo Island – One of the most famous Nature Getaways situated in East Malaysia is Sabah, Borneo Islands. The question is where to start from? Mt.Kinabalu South East Asia’s highest peak is situated here. Maliau basin in Danum Valley is the world’s most unique rainforest basin. The land of Sabah is known for its richness in flora and fauna. Kota Kinabalu is the capital of the state and the largest city in East Malaysia. Its proximity to the rainforests, tropical islands and the highest peak Mt. Kinabalu makes it the most famous resort destination.
3. Sarawak, Borneo Island – Sarawak situated in East Malaysia is a land of caves. You should not miss out on visiting some of the unique caves at Mulu, situated in the north of Sarawak. It has the most spectacular sight of more than 300kms of explored caves. At a distance of 100kms southeast of the town of Miri, situated is the Gunung Mulu National Park on the southern border of Brunei. Largest cave chamber – Sarawak Chamber, Largest cave passage – Deer Cave, Longest cave – Clearwater Cave are some of the world’s record breaking caves situated in the Park.