Discovering The Beaches of Malaysia

There are so many places to visit in Malaysia that you just can’t mention all of them in a single article. Hence, I thought of providing some information to you related to the beautiful beaches of Malaysia. Not that this list is short, however let us stick to one particular genre, which might at least help you to choose your best beach destination once you are in the country. As you already know, there are a wide range of options you can choose from in this regard, however, each of them has its own charm and reasons to attract. While some are secluded and shall allow you to enjoy in private, others shall provide you with a mesmerizing view of sunset and there are some which shall indulge you in some of the best beach activities. Whatever may the reason be, one thing is guaranteed, and you will enjoy your heart out in your next vacation.


The island of Pangkor located in Perak is a natural treat for tourists. You need to see it with your own eyes in order to believe it. The place is not far from the city of Kuala Lumpur. Malaysia car rental will provide you easy access to the place. You don’t need to worry much about booking a rental service. is there to take care of all these stuffs and shall provide you with an option of your choice. Coming back to Pangkor, the place is full of activities like fishing and beach activities, diving and much for fun. Along the coast you will get to see hornbills as well. Overall, the place gives you a feel that God has taken special care while preparing this place.

The Cherating beach located at Pahang has a worldwide reputation. The place has a village in it and a sanctuary for turtles. The place is also known for its beautiful holiday cabins which provide a great eating experience and splendid nightlife as well. Don’t miss the opportunity of taking a ride on the boat which will give you a feel of a lifetime as you dip yourself into the surrounding scenery.


Sipadan Island… clear water…

Next is Sabah’s Sipadan Island which again comes in with a great scenic view. Apart from that the water here is just crystal pure and so is the quality of the sand. The place is considered as a crucial reserve of the environment mainly because of its wide collection of sea life. If you are a diver, you can choose your diving spot here, as the place is renowned for being a great diving site as well. From shrimps to sharks, turtles to scorpions, there is a lot to see here under the water.

Terengganu is another place which boasts of some beautiful islands, mainly the Redang Island and Perhentian Islands. Redang is often called a road to heaven mainly because of its lush surroundings. Perhentian is another spot for divers. This island is popular mainly because of its competitive budget.

Tim going out to have fun

Begin with Kuala Lumpur: See the manmade wonders

The first thing that you will notice about Malaysia and Kuala Lumpur is the KLIA or the Kuala Lumpur International Airport. The airport is massive in size and it is filled with traditional touches draped inside modern settings. This is the first impression that you will get about Malaysia, and this will become even truer as soon as you take your first taxi ride from the airport to your hotel/destination. Filled will tall skyscrapers and dingy streets with markets, Kuala Lumpur has everything that a mega city can offer.


There is so much to see that you will want to stop your taxi and roam around. After getting refreshed, you can easily walk around the city if your accommodation place is nearby. We recharged our batteries and then headed directly for the icon of Malaysia, then Petronas Twin Towers. An introduction is not necessary for these manmade marvels. It is recommended that one must visit the towers in the evening or night time to see out the lighting over the edifices. After this you can easily do some street shopping or even better, street fooding. Jalan Alor and Chinatown is the place to be for street food.

And, remember to try out the Kangkong drink when you in KL. Next day, if you begin early, you can easily cover Batu Caves and Genting Highlands; both are quite a place to visit. Nightlife in KL is also very happening, and you can easily try out the Beach Club Cafe to chill out. If you have time, then you can easily use the ferry rides in Johor state too.