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Malaysia is a playground for nature lovers with creatures such as orangutans, proboscis monkeys, rhinos and more, but there is also lots of culture on offer. There is the metropolis Kuala Lumpur, and also indigenous peoples who still live in traditional longhouses.
Many kinds of tourists will enjoy a trip to Malaysia. Nature lovers first and foremost, there is lots of jungle to explore.
Culture lovers can learn about the indigenous people here, and see how they live now. And a city like Kuala Lumpur is a popular stopover for those traveling south to Australia and New Zealand, which is a shame because this country deserves more than a stopover.
Borneo offers world-famous nature reserves such as Danum Valley and Mulu, as well as Bako National Park. Climbing Borneo’s highest mountain Mount Kinabalu is an exciting challenge, and the east of Borneo offers lots of variety.
The Cameron Highlands and Taman Negara are also worth a visit, you can still see the influence of the Dutch in Melaka. And Malaysia’s impressive underwater world is also becoming more popular with divers and snorkelers, with destinations such as Pulau Redang, Pulau Tioman Archipelago and Layang Layang.
The best way to see Malaysia is to simply tour around and explore, which you can do on your own or with a tour company.