MALAYSIA for Top places where you can go backpacking in Malaysia

Malaysia is a country of contrasts. People living in bamboo huts coexist with those living in parts of Kuala Lumpur that resemble Manhattan. Malaysia consists of two separate parts, West and East Malaysia, separated by South China Sea. The Western part is more developed, and is perfect for seaside vacations, trekking and diving.

It is advised that the travelling through this area of Malaysia is taken care by buses, online bus tickets can be taken from https://www.redbus.my/ that are cheaper and with clean buses.

What more can you ask for? Here are some backpacking places to hike to:
Sabah, adjoining Sarawak on Borneo Island’s north-western flank, Sabah is a Malaysian state that claims a distinctive topographical makeup. Topped by the lofty granite spikes of Mount Kinabalu, the region is a lush mixture of exotic animal & plant life, wild jungle rivers, mangrove-tangled coastal areas & green paddy fields.
Johor was known in its early days as ‘Ujong Tanah’ meaning Land’s End. The present name Johor is derived from a revision of the Arabic word ‘Jauhar’ which means precious stone or jewel.

Langkawi, the Paradise Island in the north of the country, offers the best palm-and-beach resort options with sunbathing, swimming, watching monkeys and riding bicycles in the jungles.

Kuala Lumpur, the capital and the biggest city of Malaysia, has lots to offer. A visit to Perdana Botanical Garden, Kuala Lumpur Bird Park downtown gardens with kids swimming pools, Petronas twin tower and local markets, is a must. With frequent sales events throughout the year, expansive shopping malls like Pavilion KL and Suria KLCC are also among the biggest tourist attractions in the city, hosting a wide range of upmarket labels from all over the world. Also if you need more reasons to love Kuala Lumpur, there is the abundance of gastronomic delights – with thousands of hawker stalls, cafes, and restaurants serving every imaginable type of delicacies. Not convinced yet?

Malacca, an old town, the capital of Portuguese colonisers and cultural center of Malaysia, is known for its Old Catholic churches, lovely river tours, old mill and Chinese restaurants.

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