Also known as Bukit Bendara, Penang Hill sets 821m above Penang’s capital. Visitors can take the Funicular Railway, which has the steepest tunnel track in the world and runs on the longest track in Asia, to get to the hill peak .
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.
A beautiful hill with hiking trails that lies in the northern flank of Bukit Mertajam Recreational Forest. It is one of the best hiking spots in Seberang Perai that features beautiful temples on top and amazing paranomic view over the BM town.
The tallest point on mainland Penang at 545 meters and one of Seberang Perai main attractions, this park has a beautiful jungle, the biggest trees in Penang, and hiking trails that will satisfy all visitors.
Formerly known as Taman Belia-Youth Park, Penang City Park is a 40-acre urban park in the city of George Town with various recreational amenities, such as playgrounds, a skating rink, swimming pools, a graffiti corner, reflexology paths and an outdoor auditorium, all of which are open to the public.
The Waterway Villa is set amidst in the peaceful and tranquil tropical forest of Bukit Tinggi, Pahang. The resort serves as a fantastic family retreat from the city’s tropical heat and embraces the beauty of the nature.
About 2 hours away from KL city, this cooling holiday retreat is popular for its nature activities and cooling climate, being one of the last hill stations of Malaysia, an imprint by former British colonial masters.
Located in the town of Tanah Rata, the Robinson Falls is one of the few popular places to visit if you like the gushing sound of water flushing down the rocks and enjoy some time in nature along the way.
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.
A pretty recreational park wedged between the built up TTDI district on one side and the KL Golf & Country Club on the other. Its main feature is a large lake surrounded by jogging tracks, exercise stations, childrens playgrounds and picnic spots.
A local favorite public park that offers recreational facilities with a lot of greeneries, a forest right by it and a lake. It has a couple of children playgrounds, and it's also a great option for those who like a light jungle trekking.
Also known as Taman Negeri Bukit Panchor, this forest is located within a designated state park. Initially established in 1963, it provides for outdoor recreational activities as well as to promote public’s appreciation for forests and ecotourism.