Malacca is the historical state of Malaysia, rich with heritage building, ancient landmarks and colonial structure. It was here that colonial forces first made contact with Malaysia, which eventually shaped the country into its current economic and political system.
Today, in Malacca, you can still see the imprints of British, Dutch and Portuguese forces left behind in forts, museums, churches and towers. Visit Malacca for the cultural experience of a lifetime.
The Best of Kuala Lumpur is a combination of city and countryside tour.
This tour is specially designed for those who have limited time eg waiting for transit, on business trip and those are frequent in Kuala Lumpur.
This tour enables you to see some major landmarks of the city, historical places, holy places, different culture, religion and people. All these are included in one tour.
Taman Negara, which simply means “National Park” in English, has existed for the past 130 million years and is acknowledged to be one of the oldest rain forest in the world. The bulk of park lies between 75m and 300m altitude ( 250-1,000ft ), fringing the central highland core that rises to be the summit of Mount Tahan, which is 2187 meters (7186 ft), ranking the highest peak in Peninsular Malaysia.
As the first and oldest officially protected area in the country, Taman Negara was originally called King George V National Park declared in 1938 by the Sultan of 3 states of Kelantan, Pahang and Terengganu. Upon King George’s Silver Jubilee and to preserve the land’s indigenous nature in perpetuity, it was gazetted separately by each state’s Enactments in 1938-1939. The park was renamed Taman Negara after the nation gained independence in 1957. Taman Negara is the largest of all protected areas in Peninsular Malaysia with 4,343sq km. The Pahang section of the park is the largest at 2,477sq km, followed by Kelantan’s portion at 1,043sq km and Terengganu’s at 853sq km.
Cameron Highlands stands at 1524 meters above sea level, enjoys a cool climate, with temperatures rarely higher than 25°C and low than 10 °C. In 1929, John Archibald Russell, who was the son of a British administrative officer started a tea plantation which is now the famous BOH Tea Plantation. BOH stands for Best of Highland. The other tea plantation was established in 1932, by the Shuparshad family and known as Bharat Tea Plantation in Cameron Valley brand. Cameron Highlands is the nation’s prime producer of fresh vegetables such as carrot, chili, cabbage, cauliflower, brocolli, brinjal, tomato, green beans and more. Fruits such as strawberries, apple, orange, watermelon and much more. Flowers such as rose, carnation and jasmine. Cameron Highlands is situated in Pahang, which is the largest state in Peninsula Malaysia. It has a land of 36,000 square kilometers, much of which is undeveloped and covered by tropical rainforest. Cameron Highlands is the smallest district in Pahang, covering an area of 443 square kilometers. It is positioned close to the border to the north. It is made up of 3 main township at different elevations. The first town you’ll see coming from the South is Ringlet, followed by Tanah Rata and Brinchang. There are few small town such as Tringkap, Kuala Terla and Kampung Raja which going towards Northern part of Malaysia.
Featuring an interesting and exciting mix of cultural, historical and natural attractions, Penang well deserves its nickname of ‘Pulau Mutiara’ (Pearl Island). Dubbed ‘The Pearl of the Orient’ by foreign traders back in the olden days, Penang is well-known for its old-world charms as well as a superb selection of local cuisine which Penangites claim can’t be duplicated elsewhere. Despite being a small island, it offers plenty of sightseeing opportunities as well a chance to sample its culture and heritage; regardless of whether you prefer to spend some time with nature or learn about its history, Penang will enchant you in more ways than one.