Kampung Agong is a countryside “Agro Themed Park” located in mainland Penang. The park is a coconut grove beside the paddy fields, decorated with traditional countryside Malay structure and filled with cultural activities.
A living museum that showcases the local history of ethnic Chinese-Malays called Baba-Nyonya or Peranakan in Melaka. The museum displays artifacts of the Baba-Nyonya descendants, and is known for its well-preserved and elaborate woodwork, furniture, and porcelain.
With replica homes from across the country’s 13 states and costume displays plus dance performances at weekends, the Mini Malaysia & ASEAN Cultural Park showcases Malaysia’s cultural diversity. A wealth of traditional games and activities, from slingshots and blowpipes to spinning tops and cooking techniques, make it a great interactive choice with kids.
Out of more than 20 Ipoh cave temples, Perak Cave Temple is the most well-known for its marvelous architecture and hilltop views. Visitors can climb to the hilltop pavilion to get a stunning view of Ipoh town.
Close to some Ipoh cave temples in Gunung Rapat, the stunning recreational park features a cultural village with a lake and limestone hills all around, in a way similar to China’s Guilin. There are many family activities to offer here.
Langkawi Craft Complex is a tourist complex that has exhibits on traditional Malaysian handicrafts, with site demonstrations on crafts-making methods such as weaving, batik painting, wood carving and plaiting.
Gelanggang Seni is the Kota Bharu town's cultural center and where you should head for this region's dose of Malay tradition. Admission is free and you'll be able to see top spinning, silat martial arts demonstration and kite making.
Hidden in the southern part of Malaysia, located in a lush Bamboo Forest is a spiritual sanctuary for every soul seeker. A place where nature, bright colours compound lightens up the whole village into an instaworthy destination for all!
The famous Cameron Highland night bazaar is the shopping attraction that begins as early as 4pm. Visitors can find native products comprise the bulk of bargains, including fresh crops, strawberries, vegetables, fruits, flowers, and many others!
Listed in the Malaysian Book of Records as the first and only glass temple in the country, the Hindu temple is covered almost entirely with 300,000 mosaic glasses of different colors, and is one of the key tourist attractions in Johor Bahru.