Geographic Location: Located in Langkawi
Sungai Kilim is the best choice for those tourists who are fond of the journey of exploration. When standing in the boat, you can not only get a view of exotic flowers and rare herbs, but also have a zero-distance touch with the great nature, during which, the priority of the journey is "Personal Experience in Feeding the Hawk", and tourists will witness in person the hawk's hunting for meat loafs. Aside from that, tourists can appreciate unusual stalactite columns, legendary "Cave of Legend", and splendid Goa Lawah etc during the journey of exploration, in order to experience the marvelous and fabulous journey.
Geographic Location: Located in Johore, reputed as the southern gate of Malaysia
Pulau Sibu is famed for its clean and white beach, clear seawater, and off-coast coral reef. On the island there are plenty of verdant and exuberant tropical plants, which make the environment more secluded and enchanting. Here, you can use diving, surfing, sailing, and fishing facilities.
Geographic Location: Located in Sabah State
As the highest mountain in SE Asia, the Mount Kinabalu (altitude: 4,093m) is 85km away from Kota Kinabalu. The Kinabalu National Park is defined as the forest reserve, with land coverage of 754 square kilometers. It usually costs you two hours to drive from Kota Kinabalu to the national park's Head Office (altitude: 1,558m), during which, the temperature changes from 13℃ to 20℃.
Geographic Location: Located in Malacca State
During the Sultanate of Malacca's flourishing period, Chinese people came to Malacca and lived here, and some even married local Malaysian people and merged into the Malaysian culture. Offspring of these Chinese people, together with the "Nyonya", are uniformly called "Children of Overseas Chinese" or "Straits Chinese". As the first private culture museum, the Baba and Nyonya Heritage Museum is located in Jalan Tan Cheng Lock, and it showcases lots of traditional "Nyonya" handcrafts and traditional cultural relics.