Top 10 Attractions in Malaysia (2018)


1. Petronas Twin Towers


πŸ“ Tower, Observation Deck
πŸ“ Kuala Lumpur

Petronas Twin Towers – Highlights

  • The tallest twin towers in the world
  • 170-m high double decker skybridge
  • Panoramic views of Kuala Lumpur
  • Malaysia’s most iconic landmark

Opening Hours

  • Tue-Thu: 09:00 – 21:00
  • Fri: 09:00 – 13:00 / 14:30 – 21:00
  • Sat, Sun: 09:00 – 21:00
  • Mon: Closed

Ticket Price

  • Adults: 85 MYR
  • Children (3-12): 35 MYR

🌐 Main Website


2. Batu Caves


πŸ“ Hill, Caves, Religious Site, Monument
πŸ“ Selangor

Batu Caves – Highlights

  • Limestone hill housing cave temples
  • 42.7m golden statue of Lord Murugan
  • Ornate Hindu shrines and artefacts
  • The centre of rock climbing in Malaysia

Opening Hours (Temple Cave)

  • Daily: 08:00 – 20:30

Entrance Fee

  • Batu Caves: Free admission
  • Temple Cave: Free admission
  • Dark Cave Tour: from 35 MYR
  • Cave Villa: 15 MYR
  • Ramayana Cave: 5 MYR

3. Langkawi SkyCab


πŸ“ Cable Car, Panorama, Nature
πŸ“ Langkawi

Langkawi SkyCab – Highlights

  • 15-minute ride to the top of Machincang mountain
  • Open viewing platforms at 708m above sea level
  • Panoramic views of the Langkawi islands
  • Spectacular scenery of the sea and mountain

Opening Hours

  • Daily: 09:30 – 19:00

Ticket Price

  • Adults: 55 MYR
  • Children: 40 MYR

🌐 Main Website


4. Penang Hill


πŸ“ Hill, Nature, Historic, Panorama
πŸ“ Penang Island

Penang Hill – Highlights

  • Hill station on a group of peaks
  • Ride on the historic furnicular railway
  • Panoramic views over George Town
  • Nature trails and colonial architectures

Opening Hours

  • Daily: 06:30 – 23:00

Ticket Price

  • Adults: 30 MYR
  • Children (4-6): 5 MYR

🌐 Main Website


5. Jonker Street Night Market


πŸ“ Local Market, Shopping, Street Food
πŸ“ Melaka

Jonker Street – Highlights

  • Local open-air market
  • Wide range of souvenirs
  • Traditional street foods
  • Night street entertainment

Opening Hours

  • Fri-Sun: 18:00 – 00:00
  • Mon-Thu: Closed

6. Legoland Malaysia


πŸ“ Theme Park, Water Park, Entertainment
πŸ“ Johor Bahru

Legoland Malaysia – Highlights

  • Malaysia’s 1st international theme park
  • Interactive Lego-themed games and rides
  • Miniature version of Asia’s iconic landmarks
  • Lego-buildings and water theme park

Opening Hours

  • Daily: 10:00 – 19:00
  • May vary day-to-day

1-Day Ticket

  • Theme Park
    • Adults: 195 MYR
    • Children (3-11): 155 MYR
  • Water Park
    • Adults: 125 MYR
    • Children (3-11): 105 MYR
  • Both Parks
    • Adults: 245 MYR
    • Children (3-11): 195 MYR

2-Day Ticket

  • Adults: 305 MYR
  • Children (3-11): 245 MYR
  • Valid for entry to both parks
  • Valid for 2 consecutive days

🌐 Main Website


7. Kek Lok Si Temple


πŸ“ Religious Site, Architecture, Monument
πŸ“ Penang Island

Kek Lok Si Temple – Highlights

  • Large Buddhist temple in Penang
  • Magnificent seven-tier pagoda
  • 36.5m bronze statue of Kuan Yin
  • Thousands of Buddha images

Opening Hours

  • Daily: 07:00 – 18:00

Ticket Price

  • Temple: Free
  • Pagoda: 2 MYR
  • Sky Lift: 3 MYR / ride

🌐 Main Website


8. Semenggoh Nature Reserve


πŸ“ Sanctuary, Animal, Nature
πŸ“ Sarawak

Semenggoh Nature Reserve – Highlights

  • Large tropical rainforest reserve
  • Sanctuary for rescued orang utans
  • Feeding sessions for orang utans
  • Great place for birdwatching

Opening Hours

  • Daily: 08:00 – 16:45

Orang Utan Feeding Time

  • Daily: 09:00 – 10:00 / 15:00 – 15:30

Entrance Fee

  • Adults: 10 MYR
  • Children: 5 MYR

🌐 Main Website


9. Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC)


πŸ“ Shopping, Park, Lake, Light Show
πŸ“ Kuala Lumpur

KLCC – Highlights

  • Large shopping and dining complex
  • Recreational park with jogging tracks
  • Wide man-made lake with water fountains
  • Home to an aquarium and a science centre

Lake Symphony Showtime

  • Daily: 20:00 / 21:00 / 21:45

Entrance Fee

  • Free admission

🌐 Main Website


10. Mount Kinabalu & Kinabalu Park


πŸ“ Mountain, National Park, Nature
πŸ“ Sabah

Mount Kinabalu – Highlights

  • The highest mountain in Malaysia
  • Rich collection of flora and fauna
  • Climbing trails to the summit (4,095m)
  • Malaysia’s World Heritage Site

🌐 Main Website


Map of Top 10 Attractions in Malaysia



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Author: Jeutravel.com
Date Published: 30 August 2017
Last Updated: 20 March 2018

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  1. One Week Traveling in Malaysia If you teach abroad in Southeast Asia, you’re bound to have enough time off to explore more.

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