From tourists’ perspective, not many of us know the things we should be doing in Malaysia. Malaysia being a picturesque, fun filled exciting holidaying destination, there are a whole lot of activities you can do to unwind yourself. Here is a list of some of the best outdoor activities for you to understand Malaysia in an adventurous way.
Traveling in and around Malaysia is quite convenient since it has some major bus terminals and express buses are the preferred mode of transport here. Tickets for which can be booked online from http://www.redbus.my .
Beat the heat at Sunway Lagoon Theme Park
Roughly fifteen kilometers far from the Kuala Lumpur city center, you will find the Sun way Lagoon Theme Park in Petaling Jaya. From a wide range of exciting water rides to a lot of dry land sand activities, The Sun way Lagoon is sure to make your day.
The man made water slides that swirl, a one of a kind 360 degrees revolving pirate ship, wave pool, the list of activities just doesn’t seem to end at the Sun way Lagoon. There are plenty of thrill rides and an interactive zoo where you get to touch giant tortoises and cuddle some of the hamsters. If heights do not scare you, make sure to try out the Niagara Falls Flume ride where you are seated on a log which is then dropped down at a thrilling steep height of 260 meters. Make sure to try out waters of Africa which is one of the most popular zone of the Theme Park. It is the only ride that sees most of the action through out the year. It is used by beginners as well as professionals during competitions for surfing and body boarding sessions which are particularly held on the weekends at the wave pool. Other popular rides include the Congo challenge which is a six lane water slide known to achieve speed of about 40 kms per hour. Screen Park is the newest addition here and has become extremely popular – thanks to its scare zones of empire centric horror theater and a ghost house.
Enroll for the City Center Half Day excursion
Familiarize yourself to a city that boasts of abundance of culture and rich heritage with this smartly tailored tour though Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Here you will be taken to a number of top divine shrines, shown vintage structures and the best of both worlds, ancient as well as the modern marvels of the city.
The tour starts with a visit to the prominent National Museum whose architecture is based on the Indo-Moorish dynasty. You will be introduced to the National monument here which was built as a tribute for those who fought for Malaysian Independence and then stop at the National Mosque to watch the scenic Lake Gardens here. You will sight the Old railway station that has now become a cultural center. Make sure to shop at the exhibitions here.