Malaysia is famous for its mouthwatering food, stunning beaches, dynamic cities, tranquil islands, and national parks packed with rainforests and fascinating wildlife. The country is truly the melting pot of Asiana culture, from Muslim Malays, Hindu and Muslim Indians, to religiously diverse Chinese all living peacefully along with aboriginal groups. Tourists in Malaysia can have a delightful experience of exploring urban cities, having an adventure in ancient rainforests, or watching wildlife in its natural habitat. One week in Malaysia is probably not enough, but if it’s what you have, then here’s our recommended itinerary to give you an idea of how you should spend your time in the country.
Day 1 and 2: Kuala Lumpur
Since many international flights arrive in and leave Kuala Lumpur, this capital city will be your first as well as your last stop in Malaysia. The city is big and busy and is filled with restaurants, street food stalls, bars, and numerous things to see and do. On your first day, you should visit the Batu Caves, which is located around 30 minutes from Kuala Lumpur. It is a limestone hill with a series of caves and cave temples. The cave temples are one of the most famous Hindu shrines outside India. These caves are dedicated to Lord Murugan. Today, it is the focal