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Published on Nov 16, 2012
Malaysia is a very colorful country with many faces. Hindus, Buddhists and Muslims live peacefully together. The country created beautiful architecture and monuments. Kuala Lumpur is one of my favorite Asian cities. There is so much variety in this country, even in one city like KL. Add to this an amazing rich nature and green islands with beautiful golden sandy beaches in an azure-blue sea and you have a perfect mix, which every tourist can really enjoy.
Kuala Lumpur, An overwhelming city, where the blend of old buildings with modern architecture has been successful. Far from being a westernized Asian city, it has a lot of charm and character. The 451m high Petronas towers are Kuala Lumpur's giant landmark, a breath-taking view from beneath!
Just 15km north of Kuala Lumpur are the huge Batu caves. The caves are in a towering limestone formation, in which a Hindu shrine has been built. Just on the day I came there, there was a big celebration because he tallest Murugan statue in the world was inaugurated.
Melaka is a important historic town with its multicultural heritage. It's a fascinating mix of Dutch, Portuguese, Islamic and Chinese building styles. Some say you can find here the soul of the nation.
The Cameron Highlands, with its nice and cool temperatures, really is a place to relax, a relief after the buzzing big city. It is famous for its tea plantations.
Georgetown is an example of a marvelous blend of historic buildings, mosques, Hindu and Chinese-Buddhist temples and Penang add beaches and nature to it.
Pulau Tioman and Pulau Perhentian. These two islands are largely unspoiled. They are some of the most beautiful islands I have visited in SE Asia. They have everything you can dream of: beautiful beaches with shadows from the palm trees with aquamarine crystal clear water to snorkel and a lot of beautiful nature.