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Overwhelming feeling of Joy in Kuala Lumpur

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As we all know, Kuala Lumpur is imbibed with rich cultural heritage & traditions. Fondly known as KL, it exhibit Malaysia’s apodictic economic development along with wide variety of tourist attractions. It is the capital of the Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur with high density of indigenous people inhabiting for work purposes. Kuala Lumpur seems to be the crown jewel of Malaysia as it generates revenue which supports Malaysia as a whole nation economically.

It also hosts the Parliament of Malaysia along with other crucial government departments. For tourists, it seems to be the most attractive place as over these years, Kuala Lumpur has punctually attained its place as one of the top tourist destination throughout the world.

Kuala Lumpur Skyscrapers Night View
(Kuala Lumpur Skyscrapers Night View.)

There are numerous reasons about Kuala Lumpur being one of the top tourist destination, as one can never tour the city in one single day since there are so many countless tourist attraction that one has to commit himself/herself to visit Kuala Lumpur during each vacation holidays. The city comprises of numerous skyscrapers which enlightens it as one of the modern cities of the world. The architectural designs of the building are among the top crowd puller where tourists from around throng along the buildings & take pictures of themselves with the skyscrapers in their background.

Kuala Lumpur Adventure Sports
(Kuala Lumpur Adventure Sports)

The kids seem to view the city in a different prospective; Kuala Lumpur for them is nothing less than a gold mine. They tend to enjoy their vacations with sizzling water theme parks & numerous other adventure sports which they have never tried or played throughout their lifetime. Some of the thrilling adventurous sports games are balancing on the tree logs high in the air & flying fox zip-lines over 2 lakes. These adventures sports definitely fill the kids with reasons to visit Kuala Lumpur yet again. The favorite attractions in Kuala Lumpur cannot be explained in mere words, one has to visit Kuala Lumpur in order to experience its overwhelming joy & happiness.

What You Must See in Kluang, Malaysia?

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Kluang is the main tourist destination of Johor. This is the only region in Malaysia that don’t have an ocean level, and encompassed by all different regions, for example, Johor Bahru, Mersing, Pontian, Segamat, Batu Pahat, and Kota Tinggi. Kluang has various spots to visit, eat and purchase, and keeping in mind the end goal to bail you get the most extreme out of your visit to Kluang, we are offering some amazing spots you can visit:

Gunung Lambak– 

One of the most famous mountain in Kluang, you can without much of a stretch move to the top in 2 hrs.

Zenxin Organic Park

This is a natural farming park with vegetable and monster organic product ranch along the street to Air Hitam. You can appreciate various types of amusement exercises, for example, strolling and bike visits, instructive visits, a recreation center bistro, a homestead shop, a meeting room, a blossom nursery, a capacity corridor and a survey stage. The sustenance served is halal & affirmation is free.

Gunung Belumut: 

This is the pleasant spot for waterfalls and picnics.

Kahang Low Rise Tea Plantation

This is one of the non-sloping tea manors.

Kluang Railway Station

This route station is in administration since 1915. The route goes through Kluang town, fundamentally cutting it into two parts. Nearby inhabitants once said that when the train approaches Kluang Railway station, the whole town stands still, as the principle street into town briefly closes for the train to pass. The station itself withstood the test of time and ought to be of enthusiasm for the individuals who have energy for nostalgic photos.

Masjid Jamek Kluang: 

This is an old mosque and exceptionally prevalent among neighborhood Muslims for requests to God as it can oblige up to 1,000 individuals at any one time.

St. Louis Church

This congregation was manufactured in 1964 with its own particular novel structural engineering.

Little India

This place is lined with shops offering different stock coddling the needs and needs of the Indian group, particularly sarees, herbs and flavors, furthermore family things. There are additionally a few Indian restaurants offering different Indian cooking styles and neighborhood nourishment and also the nearby –favorite “Teh Tarik”.

Old buildings at Jl Lambak

This visitor destination is Next to Jalan Ismail is Jalan Lambak. These days, it is loaded with innovative organizations like Medan Johbase, however there is still a column of 8 structures with imprints showing they were fabricated 70 years back. The shops’ lion veil heads are masterminded to face distinctive headings that seem to symbolize particular convictions of their holder

Fore more travel information on Kluang : 

http://wikitravel.org/en/Kluang

Places You Must see in Mersing

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Mersing is small town located on the east coast of the peninsular Malaysian state of Johor. The place is quite famous for rich culture and natural beauty. But for most outsiders, the small semi-tourist town is en route stoppage to Tioman Island, and therefore Mersing is best known for passenger boat jetty where boats depart daily for many offshore islands. Bus is the most common transport mode to reach Mersing. Almost all bus operators of this route are partnered with Easybook.com, and hence, you can book your tickets for mersing here in an advance online.

The small town can be navigated easily by foot during the summer period. However, it is advisable to travel by motor vehicles to explore beaches outside of the town.

Places You must see

Mersing river and the traditional Malaysian fishing boats can be seen from the bus terminal complex down river. A Hindu temple is located at the base of the hill near to the central roundabout. Mersing Mosque is located on a hill top 15 mins walk from the center of town. It has excellent views of the town. Mersing esplanade and Marine Park is situated at the walking distance from then town and nearing from Mersing Jetty. The Beaches are in the Penyabung area and at Air Papan, which are all relatively isolated and visitors are advised to exercise care and caution.

 (Bus information can be found here =>http://www.easybook.com/easibookNew/articles/bus-to-mersing)

Activities You must do:

Go for a walk through the town and savor traditional Malay “kueh” or confectioneries during the traditional teatime. You can enjoy a picnic on a nearby beach. You can buy fishes and other seafood from Mersing morning market next to the Bus terminal. Additionally, there are an increasing number of shops, restaurants and hotels offer free wifi to the customers. You can visit Mersing year round. But it can be wet and windy in December and January. Beaches are best between March to October.

Places to Eat:

Vegetarian tourists must visit Vegetarian cage, located in Jalan Jemaluang, and Vegetarian Hawker Stall, which is located the same place. None-vegetarian travelers have comparatively more options. You can go to Restoran P1, The Port, Warung Ikan Bakar, Mersing seafood, and Loke Tien Yuen and more. You will find here local cuisines such as homemade pizza, pasta, sirloin steak, schnitzel, salmon steak, Chinese seafood, barbequed fish and more. Apart from delicious local cuisine, you must try local drink- The port here in Mersing.

For more travel information on Mersing :

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mersing

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Popular Tourist Attractions In Ipoh

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Ipoh is a beautiful and vibrant city of Malaysia. Once the city was the center of the World’s tin industry, but now it has become a prominent tourist destination. It is situated in middle of the Kinta valley and its climate remains moderate throughout the year. As Limestone Mountains and caves surround the city, you will witness some exquisite cave temples here.

Following are some popular tourist attractions in Ipoh city:

Kellie Castle

Kellie Castle is the most sought after tourist destination, located forty kilometer south of the city along with Jalan Gopeng. An English rubber planter, William Kellie Smith in 1915, commissioned this beautiful mansion but as the rubber planter left for England in middle of construction and died in 1926, the mansion is still incomplete. You would enjoy ancient architecture, and surrounding here, additionally, it is believed that Kellie Castle has hidden rooms and a secret tunnels.

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Gua Tempurung

If you want to go on an adventure trip, visit Gua Tempurung. It is one of the largest limestone caves in Peninsular Malaysia. Located just 24 km toward south Ipoh, it is about two kilometers in length, and made of five gigantic domes, and has well-lit formations of stalactites and staglagmites. You can approach any travel guide to arrange a river or non-river adventure tour for you.

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Kuala Sepetang

It takes about 60 minutes drive to reach Kuala Sepetang from the north-west of Ipoh city. The place is popular as Fishing Village, and looks beautiful at night due to the dense colonies of fireflies. Apart from enjoying mesmerizing view at night, you can also enjoy bird watch, dolphins, mangrove forest, and can also visit charcoal factories.

Buddha Statues

Eye-feasting Buddha Statues are set in the caves of Gunung Tasek, which was built in 1926 by a Buddhist monk of China. The cave accommodates 40 Buddha statues, and at the centre, a 12.8 meter statue of Buddha is places, which is the key attraction of this place. Beyond the main altar, you will find a passage that will lead you towards interior.

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Lost World

Apart from magnificent historic and adventurous places, Ipoh also has wonderful water theme park in Tambun to give you some fun time. The water park features a wave pool, natural hot spring, tube slides, and also has a petting zoo. It is an ideal place for family outing.

These are just a few tourist attractions of Ipoh. You can reach Ipoh via train, bus, car and air. Book your tickets on Easybook.com and plan your trip to Ipoh now.

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For more travel resources on Ipoh : 

http://www.tourism.gov.my/en/es/places/states-of-malaysia/perak#page1