Attractions in Malaysia stand like giant beacons landing the
international visitors at its cities. Petronas Towers in Kuala
Lumpur are the second tallest buildings and are beautifully
designed ways to experience a modern Malaysia. Both the National
Mosque and Kuala Lumpur Railway Station are other great examples of
the city's architecture.
However things to do in Malaysia aren't limited to modern
constructs as Malaysia's natural attractions are even more
beckoning. Mt Kinabalu towers over the Malay landscape which
includes the Sepilok Forest Reserve and the islands of Tunku Abdul
Rahman National Park and Sipadan Island. Other great island
attractions are Tioman, Langkawi, and Perhentian islands all of
which are nearly deserted by visitors over monsoons season November
to January. One of the world's largest limestone caves is visitable
at Niah National Park.