This spectacular national park covers more than a million acres of ancient rain forest. Rare orchids flourish here, as do birds (250 species), deer, elephants,...more
Malaysia's instantly recognizable icon is the Petronas Towers, the tallest buildings on Earth from 1998 until 2004, when Taipei 101 surpassed them. Designed by...more
Penang has both gorgeous beaches and a rich history. Under British rule since 1786—when its then sultan gave it up in exchange for protection against his...more
The National Art Gallery was founded in 1958; its current premises, in a leafy enclave of KL near Lake Titiwangsa, opened in 2000. A modernistic blend of slate...more
Built after independence in the style of a Malay palace, the museum now seems a bit stodgy, with heroic murals depicting scenes of the country's colorful past....more
Kuala Lumpur and Penang may be better known, but this small port city, about 100 miles southwest of the capital, is a fascinating stopover. Malacca was once the...more
The cool climate of the Cameron Highlands makes them popular for weekend getaways. It was a favorite retreat of colonial Brits, hence the Tudor country homes,...more
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