Gunung Datuk Recreational Forest (Hutan Lipur Gunung Datuk) is an iconic mountain in Rembau district of Negeri Sembilan, that is 884m high (2900ft). It’s a popular one-day hiking destination, with an amazing unobstructed 360-degree view of the Straits of Melaka at the summit.
Visiting Ikea Batu Kawan? Make sure to drop by this beautiful 25-acre Garden park, themed with 4 seasons of flora and fauna. It serves as the green lung of Aspen Vision City, and a great place for Batu Kawan visitors to unwind.
G2G Animal Garden is the second petting zoo in the outskirt of Seri Kembangan district. This is a family-friendly petting zoo, and thereby an ideal destination for animal lovers, families, and those who wish to experience the joys of animal therapy!
Sekinchan's first ever Water Park, offering splashing and cooling fun for all ages. If you are a family with kids visiting Sekinchan, be sure to consider this a stop to cool down your trip with outdoor pools and indoor playgrounds to keep children engaged.
Pantai Senok in Bachok, Kelantan is a popular spot among locals. It's well-known for its scenic, with pine trees-lined paths by the seaside. Forestry Department and some relevant parties planted the trees few years back and the trees are all grown matured and tall now. Some people called this Pantai Senok as Malaysia's version "Nami Island" which is located in Korea.
A more popular nursery complex among the crowded farms in Cameron Highlands, this farm offers a while range of interesting plants and produces at affordable wholesale prices, with restaurants that offers meals, fresh pastries and desserts to visitors.
Nestled in Bangsar town, Kebun-Kebun is an urban community vegetable farm spanning 2.5 acres. The farm sits on a sloppy hill that offers views of KL’s skyline, and it is home to sprouting vegetables and flowers, and living animals that make up for a family-friendly visit.
Armenian Park is an open green space that provides an oasis in the heart of the island's heritage zone. With green lawns, pedestrian walkways, benches and landscape gardens, it is a great place for activities or just to take a break while exploring the city.
World of Phalaenopsis is a 6-acre nursery and agricultural attraction in Ulu Yam, with a wide range of Phalaenopsis orchid and other plants on display and for sales. They have a highly rated cafe and a large and well-decorated nursery area for visitors to stroll through.
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.
Experience ice skating at the first and largest ice rink in Johor. Visitors can roam and show off their ice skating skills on 20,000 square feet of real ice, and they also offer coaching for Figure Skating, Ice Hockey and Speed Skating.
The less known and less crowded beach to the nearby Morib beach, Kelanang beach is not your idyllic tropical beach but it is a laid back and relaxing place to enjoy fresh sea breezes and feel sand between your toes, even if the sand is of the brown and muddy variety.
The 2.53-acre Sia Boey Urban Archaeological Park is a rejuvenated and rehabilitated park serving as a green lung in the middle of Georgetown. Surrounded by trees, shrubs and bushes, the beautiful community park has significant historical value because of its location, canal and market hall.