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Batu Caves (English: Batu Caves) is located in the Malaysian city of Kuala Lumpur, and is one of the most prominent landmarks of tourist attraction in the country, and it is located on a limestone hill that includes many caves, shrines and Hindu temples, knowing that visitors and tourists can roam in this The sacred site, and seeing its wonderful monuments.
Petronas Twin Towers
The Petronas Twin Towers are two of the most prominent monuments in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, which are tall and similar buildings, each of 88 floors, reaching a height of 170 meters, and both towers are linked to a two-story glass bridge. Of its kind in the world.
The Blue Palace
The Blue Palace, also known as Cheong Fat Tizi Palace, is located in the Malaysian state of Penang. It is an historical antique palace characterized by its splendid design in the style of Chinese architecture. It is worth noting that the palace was recently included in the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites.
Sam Poh Tong Temple
Sam Poh Tong Temple (English: Sam Poh Tong Temple) is located in the Ipoh region of the Malaysian Firq region; it is a Buddhist temple that is considered the oldest in the region, and it is distinguished by its presence in natural green surroundings, and a wonderful garden that contains many picturesque landscapes, knowing that visitors can, Tourists will wander the temple and see its wonderful landmarks.
Kellie’s Castle (English: Kellie’s Castle) is located in the Malaysian Batu Gajah region. It is an ancient historical castle characterized by its architectural design in the Gothic and Moroccan style. Castle, walk through the corridors, and see its wonderful landmarks.
The Sabah Museum is located in Kota Kinabalu in the Malaysian state of Sabah, where many pieces and traditional artworks that express the region’s customs and cultures, such as clothing, traditional musical instruments, and handicrafts are displayed inside.