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Perlis Indera Kayangan

Outdoor Rock Climbing at limestone hills Bukit Keteri with over 50 sport climbing routes that bolted by world's climbing team Mammut & Camp5, the crags split into 2 next to each other and the rockfaces rising up about 150m. Range of difficulty from beginner to expert and many variety of climbs available.

Penang 'Pearl of the Orient'

Visited by Somerset Maugham, Rudyard Kipling, Noël Coward and Queen Elizabeth II among many others, Penang has always been a popular tourist destination, both domestically and internationally.In 2009, Penang attracted 5.96 million tourists, ranking third in tourist arrivals in Malaysia.

Kedah Darul Aman

Tourism is mainly concentrated on Langkawi Island, the largest island in the archipelago. There are some places of interest on the mainland as well.

Perak Darul Ridzuan

There are several places of interests in Perak, such as Ipoh, legendary for their silky noodles in soup called 'Sar Hor Fun' and Hainanese chicken rice. Tambun pomelos are another attraction to locals from other states.

Kelantan Darul Naim

Kelantan is known as the cradle of Malay culture based on the diverse cultural activities practised by Kelantanese. Among the popular cultural practices are Dikir Barat, Wayang Kulit Kelantan, Wayang Kulit Melayu, Mak Yong, Menora, Main Puteri, Wau Bulan (kite-flying), Gasing (top-spinning), Silat, bird-singing competition and handicrafts.

Terengganu Darul Iman

The major tourist attractions in the state include Islamic Heritage Park, Tasik Kenyir a large artificial lake, Sekayu Waterfalls, Kuala Ibai Lagoons, Batu Burok Beach, Kemasik Beach, Rantau Abang, Marang, Chukai town and several offshore islands such as Pulau Redang, Pulau Lang Tengah, and Pulau Kapas, and the Pulau Perhentian, which attract beachgoers and snorkelers because of their picture perfect beaches.

Pahang Darul Makmur

The largely mountainous state flattens out towards the coastline, and this is where the state capital Kuantan is located. There are also many islands offshore, including Pulau Tioman, with extensive coral reef systems. Fine stretches of beach are found from Kuantan heading to Terengganu.

Selangor Darul Ehsan

Famous tourist attractions in Selangor include Batu Caves in Selayang, Shah Alam's Blue Mosque, Shah Alam Gallery, High 5 Bread Town and Selangor State Library in Shah Alam, the Sultan Abdul Aziz Royal Gallery, Alam Shah Palace, GM Klang Wholesale City and Crab Island in Klang.

Kuala Lumpur

The major tourist destinations in Kuala Lumpur include the Merdeka Square, the House of Parliament, the Petaling Street, the National Palace (Istana Negara), the Kuala Lumpur Tower, the National Museum, the Central Market, the National Monument,and religious sites such as the Jamek Mosque and Batu Caves.

Negeri Sembilan Darul Khusus

Negeri Sembilan has a popular beach, Port Dickson about 33 kilometres west of Seremban. The beach lies on the shores of the Straits of Malacca. This resort town with its miles of golden beaches and a wide range of accommodation is a favourite 'playground' for the city dwellers of Kuala Lumpur and Singapore as well as the neighbouring towns.

Malacca 'The Historical State'

The historic centre of Malacca was inscribed on the World Heritage List on 7 July 2008. Two of the most important attraction places in Malacca are the Baba Nyonya Heritage Museum, the Malacca Sultanate Palace Museum, Fort A Famosa, St. John's Fort, Jonker Street and many more.

Johor Darul Ta'zim

Johor is also noted for its national parks. Johor currently has five national parks, with a combined area of more than 700 km² and several smaller recreational forest. Almost all recreational parks are based around a mountain. Johor also has the third largest mangrove forest reserve in Peninsular Malaysia (167 km²).

Sabah 'Land Below The Wind'

The western part of Sabah is generally mountainous, containing the three highest mountains in Malaysia. The most prominent range is the Crocker Range which houses several mountains of varying height from about 1,000 metres to 4,000 metres. At the height of 4,095 metres, Mount Kinabalu is the highest mountain in South East Asia.

Sarawak 'Land of The Hornbills'

Sarawak has more than 40 sub-ethnic groups, each with its own distinct language, culture and lifestyle. Cities and larger towns are populated predominantly by Malays, Melanaus, Chinese, Indians and a smaller percentage of Ibans and Bidayuhs who have migrated from their home-villages for employment reasons., Malaysian homestay guide & list created by Roombian, powered by