Tourist attractions in Malaysia

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The State of Malaysia extends over an area of ​​329,845 km² in the southeastern part of the continent of Asia, and it consists of thirteen states and three federal regions, and it takes Kuala Lumpur as its capital, but the federal government headquarters of the country is Putrajai. Malaysia is divided into two parts: the Malaysian peninsula and the Malaysian Borneo, separated by the South China Sea, and shares borders with Thailand, Indonesia, Singapore, and the Sultanate of Brunei, and the tropical climate prevails by virtue of its location near the equator, and the statistics of the 2015 census indicate That its population has reached 30.33.000, and thus it is equivalent to the population of Saudi Arabia, Venezuela and Norway.

Tourism in Malaysia

Tourism in Malaysia has a unique character in it, as the government pays most of its attention on this sector and not others, by harnessing all the capabilities to serve tourism, thus spreading amusement parks and hotels, and many tourist attractions that have made it a tourist destination for tourists, especially Arabs among them, and among the most tourist cities Popular in the country: Kuala Lumpur, Penang, Langkawi and Cameron Highland.

Tourist attractions in Malaysia

Negar Museum

Known as the National Museum, and its construction dates back to the year 1898 AD by the ruling king Yang de Bertuan Agung III, it is mentioned that after the country gained independence the federal government worked to rebuild it in 1957 AD in a new location, and it was officially opened on August 31, 1963 AD .

Kuala Lumpur Lighthouse Tower

This lighthouse is ranked fourth in the world in terms of height, reaching 421 meters high, and tourists climb above this lighthouse to see the city from above, and it includes a showroom equipped with perspectives on exploring the city.

Merdeka Square

Also known as the Independence Square, which is located on the front side of the Sultan Abdul Samad Building, and this square includes a pole topped by the flag of the Malaysian Federation at a height of at least 100 meters, and the flag of the Federation is the first to be raised in the country, and that was on August 31, 1957 AD.

Ngara Mosque

It is considered a national mosque in the country, and it is classified among the largest mosques in the southeast of the Asian continent, whose construction dates back to the year 1965 AD and was renewed in the year 1987 AD, and it is characterized by the mixing of traditional Islamic architecture with modern.

Langkawi Sky Bridge

It is a cable-supported bridge, located in the heart of Langkawi in the state of Kedah in Malaysia, and its construction dates back to the year 2005 AD, and rises above sea level by about seven meters and a length of 125 meters.


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