Malaysia is a country that has something to offer to everyone who visits. It is part of the beautiful group of South Asian countries. Because it was created by merging two parts, namely as

  1. The Peninsular Malaysia
  2. The East Malaysia

,it has a wide range of natural physical terrain.

While Malaysia has so much to offer, it can also sometimes take a lot from tourists. There are a few issues that one can face while visiting the lands of Malaysia. Like:

  • Unwanted expenses 
  • Heavy rush 
  • Sanitary condition 
  • Infrastructure 
  • Arrangements 
  • Transport facility 
  • Safety and Security
  • Accommodation 
  • Guidance 
  • Beggars 
  • Corruption 
  • Pollution 
  • Health Care 
  • Local Language 

But this was the case in the pre-coronavirus economy. After the pandemic, the Malaysian government has taken very strong measures to eradicate all the above mentioned problems that tourists used to face. It is a better and more lucrative travel destination for tourists all over the world now.

And honestly speaking, Malaysia compensates more than enough for the little adversaries or inconveniences with the wide range of specialties it offers visitors to relish in. And that is exactly what made me change my mind about Malaysia travel. Here is a look into the incredible travel universe of Malaysia.

  • Malaysian Cuisine

The most tasty food ever. Don’t believe me? Have a bite and you will start doing so. Malaysian local food is a mix of Indian, Chinese, Thai, and, Malay cuisines. It’s basically a heaven for anyone who loves and appreciates food. Malaysia offers both sweet and spicy delicacies. Here are some awesome local Malay food recommendations.


  • Nasi Kerabu Kelantan
  • Lemang
  • Nasi Lemak
  • Mee goreng mamak
  • Nasi kerabu
  • Ayam percik
  • Kuih
  • Popia basah
  • Roti jala

And so much more. Seriously, the list of Malay foods is never ending. You can have so much and still be sure to miss some. But these are some dishes you should not miss out on devouring.


And that was not it. Malay desserts are even better. They have a vast variety of candies and sweets. Here are a few of them:

  • Kuih Ondeh-Ondeh,Kuih Keria,Kuih Ketayap,Kuih Bangkit
  • Rojak
  • Cendol Durian
  • Talam Pandan
  • Apam Balik
  • Karipap
  • Pulut
  • Durian Dodol and Malaysian Dodol (Sweets or Candies)


  • Geographical Heaven

You get to experience the highs and the lows quite literally in Malaysia. It is blessed with a terrain so beautiful and gifted. It has mountain peaks, islands, caves, grasslands, rainforest, etc.


  • Mount Kinabalu
  • Mount Trusmadi
  • Mount Tambuyukon
  • Mount Tahan
  • Mount Murud
  • Mount Yong Belar
  • Mount Gayong


  • Lankayan Island
  • Layang Layang Island
  • Selingan Turtle Island
  • Sipadan Island
  • Tenggol Island
  • Redang Island
  • Tioman Island
  • Perhentian Islands
  • Pangkor Island
  • Payar Island
  • Lang Tengah Island
  • Sibu Island
  • Pom Pom Island
  • Mantanani Island


  • Agop Batu Tulug Caves
  • Batu Punggul Cave
  • Batu Timbang Cave
  • Baturong Cave
  • Cobweb Cave
  • Daud’s Cave
  • Deception Cave
  • Gua Langsir
  • caves at Dabong, Gua Ikan
  • caves at Gua Musang
  • Batu Caves
  • Art Gallery Cave
  • Dark Cave


  • Sungai Tua Recreational Forest
  • Mossy Forest 
  • Kilim Karst Geoforest Park
  • Belum-Temengor Forests
  • Tanjung Tuan Recreational Forest
  • FRIM -Forest Research Institute of Malaysia
  • Taman Negara National Park. National Parks 
  • Bukit Mertajam Recreational Forest


  • Breathtaking Monuments

Though a South East Asian country, Malaysia is a multicultural land. It hosts people from all around the world. It is a melting pot of cultures. It is surrounded by Thailand, Indonesia, and Singapore. As a result, it is heavily influenced by those cultures.It is also influenced by Chinese and Indian cultures. With just a slight hint of Portuguese and British influence due to colonialism. All of this has paid off well for Malaysia, as it has a rich history and the proof is in the living structures . Some of these monuments are:

  • Kundasang War Memorial
  • National Monument
  • George Town Cenotaph
  • War Memorial
  • Surrender Point
  • Air Itam War Memorial Park
  • Malacca Sultanate Palace
  • Bukit China
  • Kampung Kling Mosque
  • Sri Mahamariamman Temple
  • Kuan Yin Temple
  • The A’Famosa Fortress
  • Cheng Hoon Teng
  • Snake Temple, Malaysia
  • Hang Tuah’s Well
  • Hang Jebat and Hang Kasturi’s Mausoleum


  • Souvenirs to Take Home

  • Pewter Goods
  • Labu Sayong
  • Hand-Woven Crafts
  • Nyonya Beaded Slippers
  • Sabah Pearls
  • Congkak
  • Bamboo Handicrafts
  • Kerongsang


  • Unbelievable Assignment Helpers

Finally, the unique services of Assignment Helper Malaysia, which originated here over a decade ago. They have been providing students with various academic writing facilities that give students the chance of achieving better grades and getting the chance to excel in academics overall.

I hope this write up is able to persuade you to pack your bags and go on a stunning trip to Malaysia. And when you do decide to go, keep this list as your guide throughout the trip.

Bon voyage!

Authors’ bio : 

Nathan Evans is an upcoming and aspiring travel show anchor from Putrajaya, Malaysia. On various entertainment networks, he has hosted both domestic and international travel shows.He is very passionate about travelling and has been keen on fostering the best travel hospitality practises in the Malay tourism industry. He has been working with Global Assignment Help as a freelancer to shed some light on the amazing services of Assignment Helper-Malaysia. In his free time, he likes to play golf.


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