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The Northern part of Malaysia is rich in history, culture and idyllic islands. The island of Pulau Penang was the first British settlement on the Malay peninsula. Pulau Langkawi is a true holiday island with white beaches and resorts all around.
(Cenang Beach on Langkawi Island in Northern Malaysia)
Kuala Lumpur is a modern cosmopolitan city filled with sky scrapers like the Petronas towers that used to be the highest skyscrapers in the world until 2004. Almost all cultures are represented in this city. Don’t forget to check out China town and little India.
(The Petronas Towers in the Business District in Kuala Lumpur)
If you are interested in history you should not miss the historical city of Malacca. The state of Johor has beautiful stretches of wilderness. You can also find nice coral islands and white sandy beaches.
Sabah and Sarawak
On the island of Borneo you find the provinces of Sabah and Sarawak. This part of Malaysia is filled with forest reserves and national parks. You can still find a lot off unspoiled nature in this part of Malaysia.
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