A trip to Kuala Selangor would be incomplete without exploring the uniqueness and miracles of the Kuantan Village Fireflies found in the midst of mangrove trees in this small villages. Visitors would experience riding on a traditional sampan (small boat) down the Selangor River and observe the fireflies in close proximity.
A family friendly beach in Alor Gajah District, Melaka. The beach is sandy and relatively well-maintained. There are a number of eateries conveniently by the beach, and public amenities like washroom are available.
This quiet, pristine beach with white sand the texture of raw sugar is one of the prettier spots on Penang for the few who make the effort to get here. The beach is backed by a National Service Training Centre for young graduates entering the army.
Literally translated as “Mirror Lake”, Tasik Cermin is a pristine oasis that’s mysteriously tucked deep within one of the clusters of limestone hills in Ipoh. The lake's glassy reflection of the hills is how it got its name, Mirror Lake.
A forest reserve park in Bukit Tapah, famous for its multi-tiered waterfall that cascades for 100 m down the side of the mountain. Measuring at 850 meter in height, it is known to be one of the highest waterfall in SEA.
Originated from an abandoned quarry in Kampung Guar Petai, resides an astonishing piece of nature, deemed as the smaller version of China’s well-known Jiuzhaigou. Behold, a hidden den of beautiful turquoise-blue lake water, intertwining with a scenic view of red dusty land – the Frog Hill of Penang.
The waterfall is located in pristine surroundings. It is not a particularly tall fall, but it has an attractive classical 'horse-tail' shape and the water flow is substantial. A big pool invites to a relaxing bath.
A hot spring with natural hot water from deep under the ground and seeps through cracks creating a pool with a temperature ranging from 50 – 75 degrees Celsius. The area is completed with various amenities like manmade pools, bathroom, campground, chalets, and food stalls.
Lata Tembakah is a 7-tiered thunderous waterfall that flows majestically through the rainforest. Visitors could climb to the highest cascading water for a splendid sight. Beautiful natural scenery , river , waterfall , natural ponds and jungle trails waits you.
As pellucid as the blue sky above, Tanjung Rhu beach has crystal clear and clean water with powdered sand that runs along its coastline. A corridor of dense trees marks the path to the beach and proves to be an interesting gateway to the shores.
Known locally as Telaga Tujuh, Seven Wells Waterfall is so named because seven natural pools have been formed at different levels by water streams that flow down the second highest mountain of Langkawi - Mount Mat Cincang. This is the most picturesque and undoubtedly the best waterfall in the island.
Hugging the southwestern coastline of Langkawi, Pantai Cenang is the most popular beach on this Malaysian paradise island, and it’s not hard to realise why: White Sands, Swaying Palms, and the Andaman Sea
Located in Datai Bay area, Temurun is a three tier Waterfall and the cumulative drop of the falls is about 200 meters. This is the tallest waterfall in Langkawi. The water stream flows down the northern slope of Mount Mat Cincang. The rocks here comprises mainly of sandstone & shale, and is over 500 million years old.
A well maintained public beach close to the towns of Lumut, with amenities like public bathroom, toilet facilities and food stalls. An attractive landscape environment with a unique Malay concept. There are banana boat and lounge chairs available for rental.
Sungai Chiling is a waterfall and fish sanctuary at the foothills of Fraser's Hill. The picturesque nature destination, managed by the state fisheries department, is an ideal stop-by for those en route to Bukit Fraser.
Situated just around the southern road bend of Pantai Cenang, Pantai Tengah is a basically a continuation of Pantai Cenang. It is where you can get all the kicks of Pantai Cenang, without having to mingle with the crowd of tourists.