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Batu Caves, located approximately 13 km north of Kuala Lumpur, is a group of caves within the limestone, and is considered an important Hindu religious site; it contains Hindu shrines, wonderful artworks, ornate pictures, sculptures, Wall paintings, in addition to statues, the most important of which are the statue of Morgan, the Hindu god of war, a huge golden statue that was built in 2006 AD at the entrance to the caves.
The Blue Palace
Blue Mansion, or Cheong Fat Tzi Palace is located in the Malaysian state of Penang, which is an ancient historical palace built during the nineteenth century AD, and is characterized by its splendid Chinese style and its attractive blue walls. This magnificent palace has been included in the list UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Sam Poh Tong Temple
Sam Poh Tong Temple is located in Ipoh, which is an ancient historical Buddhist temple in the region. It is worth noting that it is built inside a huge stone cave, overlooking a picturesque green area, and a lake filled with turtles.
The city of Malacca
Malacca City is located in the Spanish province of Malacca, and it is an amazing historical cultural history. It dates back to the fifteenth century AD, and includes markets, buildings with a picturesque architectural design, and reflects the golden age of Malay culture, and perhaps its most important landmark: a church Saint Paul, Fortress of Avamosa, and Stavois Building. This magnificent city has been included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage sites.
Penang National Park
Although Penang National Park represents the Lesser National Park in Malaysia, it includes an amazing array of stunning landscapes, quiet beaches covered with fine golden sand, and provides visitors with a variety of activities, such as: fishing, enjoying sunbathing, walking in the woods, and others .
Kellie’s Castle is located 5 km east of Batu Gajah, and is a historic castle distinguished by its magnificent architecture and a harmonious blend of Moroccan and Gothic style.