Two heritage cities in Malaysia well worth visiting; Travel Wire Asia

Beyond the Kuala Lumpur metropolis are two cities – Penang and Melaka – that are well worth visiting. Located on almost either ends of the peninsula, Penang in the north and Melaka along the south, the two heritage destinations are Malaysia’s pride and joy, and for a score of reasons.

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A 217-year-old mosque in Penang opens doors to boost interfaith understanding; Susan Loone; Malaysiakini

The mosque receives about 10,000 visitors every year.

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10 Largest Caves In The World, Ranked By Size; Vanessa Elle; The Travel

Caves can be magical, haunting, or gorgeous. These are also massive. Here are the ten biggest caves in the world.

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Malaysia Travel: All You Need to Know; Nellie Huang; WildJunket Adventure Travel Blog

Forget Thailand or Vietnam. Malaysia has a whole world of tropical jungles and empty beaches. Here’s all you need to know about Malaysia travel.

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16 Best Things To Do In Penang Island, Malaysia; Sharon Gourlay; The Planet D

Looking for the top things to do in Penang Island so you have the best trip possible? Read this Penang travel guide and explore all the best attractions…

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The UNESCO World Heritage List Has All the World’s Top Attractions – But How Do They Qualify for It?; Gregory Basil; Asean Post

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10 Fab Things to Do in Malacca on a Budget; Steph; Big World Small Pockets

Visiting Malaysia? Then don’t miss this UNESCO city just a few hours from Kuala Lumpur! Here’s Steph’s 10 fab things to do in Malacca on a budget…

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For the eat-pray-love experience; Sundus Rasheed; The News

Penang is one of Southeast Asia’s hottest destinations with the perfect blend of history, culture, art, food and beaches…

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Explore your wild side in 10 of Southeast Asia’s national parks; Wanderluxe

From Kimodo to Taman Negara, the region’s national parks offer great diversity…

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My kind of place: George Town, Penang; John Brunton; The National

Head to the Malaysian island to discover a Unesco World Heritage Site that has been radically transformed…

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