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• Cities of Malaysia.
Tourist information about popular cities in Malaysia.
The capital city of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur, is a bustling metropolis known for its modern skyline, iconic landmarks like the Petronas Twin Towers (map), vibrant street markets, shopping malls, and a diverse culinary scene.
Located on the northwest coast of Peninsular Malaysia, Penang is famous for its UNESCO-listed capital, George Town. The city is renowned for its colonial architecture, vibrant street art, delicious local cuisine, and cultural heritage.
Also known as Melaka, Malacca City is a historic city on the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia. It offers a rich blend of architectural influences, including Dutch, Portuguese, and Chinese, along with historical sites, museums, and traditional Peranakan culture.
Located in the state of Sabah on the island of Borneo, Kota Kinabalu is a gateway to the renowned Mount Kinabalu and the Kinabalu National Park. The city also offers beautiful islands, vibrant markets, and cultural attractions.
Situated at the southern tip of Peninsular Malaysia, Johor Bahru is known for its proximity to Singapore and serves as a popular entry point for visitors traveling between the two countries. It offers theme parks, shopping centers, and historical sites.
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#1 George Town
The city has been listed by various publications, including the Lonely Planet, Forbes and Time, as one of the top travel destinations in Asia.
#2 Malacca City
Modern-day Malacca is a vibrant old city with a unique historical and cultural background. The city centre was listed by UNESCO.
• Regions of Malaysia.
Tourist information about the regions of Malaysia.
Malaysia comprises two geographic regions, Peninsular Malaysia and East Malaysia, which are separated by the South China Sea.
Peninsular (West) Malaysia contains islands with gorgeous beaches and mountain retreats surrounded by tea plantations, interesting historical cities, World-famous food, and the highly modern, multi-cultural capital of Kuala Lumpur.
East Malaysia contains lush jungles with diverse native population and wildlife, as well as stunning natural attractions such as giant caves, beautiful mountains and fantastic diving sites.
Located on the island of Borneo, Sabah is known for its diverse wildlife, pristine rainforests, and stunning natural landscapes. Popular attractions include Mount Kinabalu, Kinabalu National Park, the Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre, and the beautiful islands of Sipadan and Mabul. Another state on the island of Borneo, Sarawak is known for its rich biodiversity, rainforests, and indigenous cultures. The capital city of *Kuching (map) is a popular starting point for exploring attractions such as Bako National Park, Semenggoh Wildlife Centre, and longhouse communities.
Situated on the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia, the *Perhentian Islands offer pristine white-sand beaches, crystal-clear waters, and vibrant coral reefs. These islands are a haven for snorkeling, scuba diving, and relaxation.
Located in the state of Pahang, the *Cameron Highlands is a scenic hill station renowned for its tea plantations, cool climate, and lush landscapes. Visitors can enjoy hiking trails, strawberry farms, tea factory visits, and breathtaking views.
Regions / Administrative centers.
- Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur
- Federal Territory of Labuan
- Federal Territory of *Putrajaya
- Johor (*Johor Bahru)
- *Kedah (*Alor Setar)
- Kelantan (*Kota Bharu)
- *Malacca (*Malacca City)
- *Negeri Sembilan (*Seremban)
- *Pahang (*Kuantan)
- Penang (*George Town)
- *Perak (*Ipoh)
- *Perlis (*Kangar)
- Sabah (*Kota Kinabalu)
- Sarawak (*Kuching)
- *Selangor (*Shah Alam)
- *Terengganu (*Kuala Terengganu)
• Useful websites.
Links to additional resources with useful information for planning your trip.