3. Angry Birds Theme Park
No doubt you’ll be familiar with the Angry Birds phenomenon & in this family friendly Activity Park, kids & adults alike get to immerse themselves within the popular franchise. If you’re visiting the city with kids, the Angry Birds Activity Park should definitely be on your list of top things to do in Johor Bahru. It’s set over an area of 26,000 square feet, inside the newest addition to retail & entertainment within the city, Komtar JBCC.
There are several different zones in the Activity Park, so you should be able to find something for everyone to enjoy. In the Danger Zone you can sample the Lazer Bird Scoot & the Space Drop Air Bag. Move on to Utopia & you can enjoy the Anti-Gravity Trampoline, the Giant Leap Foam Pit & the Piggy Shooting Gallery. If all that wasn’t enough you can spend some time in the South Beach zone where the whole family can play the Angry Birds Video Game or visit Captain Black Birds Ship. Whatever you try, this Johor Bahru attraction will be a welcome break from sightseeing for the kids!
4. Thomas Town
Are you ready for an unforgettable adventure with Thomas & Friends® with your little engineers? Just come aboard to Thomas Town right here at Puteri Harbour, Johor, Malaysia. Hop on Bertie the Bus, Harold’s Helitours, & even Colin Crane Drop. There are just tons & tons of fun to be had.
Visit our Retail Store to get your hands on exclusive Thomas & Friends® merchandise for yourself & your little engineer! Located conveniently on Ground Floor by the park exit, you can easily just step-in after a fun-filled day at Thomas Town. Don’t forget to look out for special deals on our Thomas & Friends® merchandise!
McBunn Café was inspired from the Thomas & Friends TV series that was featured at Crosby, a smallside town at Island of Sodor. Come & enjoy local & western meals here at McBunn Café while your little engineer is busy having fun at Thomas Town. There are also delicious snacks & meal sets available for your little ones to enjoy too!
5. Senai International Airport
Senai International Airport, formerly known as Sultan Ismail International Airport is an international airport in the town of Senai, Kulai District, Johor, Malaysia. The airport is located approximately 32 km north-west of the Johor Bahru city centre.
Opened in 1974, it serves the state of Johor as well as people from the southern states of Peninsular Malaysia. Senai International Airport is the hub of AirAsia. It remained as a domestic hub until the rationalization of its domestic routes to cut the company’s losses. After the rationalization, Malaysia Airlines only served two destinations from Senai.
Today, the airport is managed by Senai Airport Terminal Services Sdn Bhd, which took over the operations from (MAHB) in 2003. Senai International Airport is capable to handle up to 3.5 million passengers & 80,000 tonnes of cargo per annum. There are plans to increase the capacity of the airport to 10 million passengers in the long term & turn the airport into a cargo hub. Recent expansions & upgrades include lengthening of the runway to 3800m & building a parallel taxiway to increase runway capacity.
6. Kota Tinggi
Kota Tinggi is a town & capital of Kota Tinggi District, Johor, Malaysia, located around 42 kilometers north-east of Johor Bahru, on the road to Mersing. Kota Tinggi is known as a historical town because the Sultanate of Johor was established there. Many historical tombs are found here including the Sultan Mahmud Mangkat Di Julang Mausoleum, Makam Bendahara Tun Habib Abdul Majid & Makam Tauhid in Kampung Makam. Makam Laksamana Bentan is located in Kampung Kelantan.
- ► Kota Tinggi Waterfalls
- ► Tanjong Balau Beach
- ► Desaru Beach
- ► Batu Layar Beach
- ► Teluk Sengat Seafood
- ► Kota Tinggi Museum
Kukup is a small & old fishing village, established since a century ago, in Pontian District, Johor, Malaysia. It is famous for its open-air seafood restaurants built on stilts over the water. Kukup is an old fishing village. The village is built entirely above the sea & its most of the residents are populated from Chinese community. Over century, most people here work as fishermen since Kukup is famous for its seafood. The local products such as home-made “Belacan” & “Cencaluk” are very delicious & fresh.
However, since 80’s, as more & more visitors spend their weekends at here having seafood & etc, some villagers started to rent out their house for homestay purpose in the weekend to visitors who would like to overnight here. Over years, this place had become 1 of the most famous recreational spot in Johor state. Peoples use to enjoy their holidays here with friends & family over weekend.
Mersing town is located on the east coast of the peninsular Malaysian state of Johor. It is 136km north east of the state capital Johor Bahru. It is a gateway to nature & traditional culture. But for most outsiders the small semi-tourist town is hardly more than a few-hours rest en-route to Tioman Island. Mersing town is thus best known for its passenger boat jetty where boats depart daily for numerous offshore islands.
Mount Ophir, also known as Gunung Ledang, is another unique Muar attraction among locals & tourists. According to the Malay legend, there was a fairy princess residing at this mountain & the fairy was set to marry Sultan Mahmud Shah. Its English name was given by British cartographers in 1801. There are various waterfalls & parks on-site to explore. If you plan on going hiking, it’s recommended to be up for a bit of a challenge to scale up the mountain. Make sure to book in advance if you want go hiking.
Durian always has been the Pride of Segamat since the late 80s & ‘Durian Merah or Kasap’ is the Jewel. In Kuala Lumpur, most of the durian seller called it as ‘Durian Kasap’because they origin of this Durian is from Buloh Kasap, Segamat. It is mostly found in Northern Johor & some part Malacca, it is the most sought after by local. Because it grew best in this area, no one really knows it existed till recently. Please do not be confused by ‘Udang Merah’ & ‘Merah’, is totally different types of durian. It grew exceptionally well on Red Soil that is found in abundance especially near the suburb of Gelang ChinChin, Buloh Kasap & that’s why the native called them Merah or Red in English. Durian ‘Merah or Kasap’ has a very distinctive bittersweet taste, rich in flavor, enormously fleshy with a seed the size of a small grape. They believed the Red Soil produced very good quality durian that cannot be found anywhere in Malaysia. Do not take my words for it, make your trip here to Gelang ChinChin, Segamat. I’ll assure you it will be love at first bite.
dubbed “The Historic State”, is a state in Malaysia located in the southern region of the Malay Peninsula, next to the Strait of Malacca.
The state is bordered by Negeri Sembilan to the north & west & Johor to the south. The exclave of Cape Rachado also borders Negeri Sembilan to the north. Its capital is Malacca City, which is 148 km (92 miles) southeast of Malaysia’s capital city Kuala Lumpur, 235 km (146 miles) northwest of Johor’s largest city Johor Bahru, & 95 km (59 miles) northwest of Johor’s second largest city, Batu Pahat. This historical city centre has been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 7 July 2008.
Malacca is a wonderful mix of modern living & centuries’ old heritage, with the tagline ‘Visiting Malacca is visiting Malaysia’. It is a small state but has plenty to offer. The city can be deemed sleepy compared to the bustling Kuala Lumpur, but we aren’t one to complain – it is a place for weekend escapes, as its religious sites, interesting museums & quiet alleyways lead a slower pace of life & a reminder of how great Malacca was (it was once dubbed ‘Venice of the East’ at its peak). See all sides of Malacca with our pick of things to do when in this UNESCO World Heritage city, & while public transportation is a little scarce, most hotspots are within walking distance from each other, so invest in a pair of good walking shoes & start exploring!
1. Batu Berendam Coconut Shake
If you have ever set foot into the borders of Malacca -known to locals & foreigners alike as one of Malaysia’s states rich with history (& more importantly good food, yes, good food.), make it a point to drop by Batu Berendam’s famous coconut shake. With its location situated by the road side-along with a humongous signboard as well as throngs of eager customers crowding in front of the stall, those who are driving by will be hard pressed to miss it.
Now what makes the coconut shake in Batu Berendam so special? In essence, the coconut shake comes in the form of a ice-blended beverage, comprising of Wall’s vanilla ice-cream & everything coconut, from the sweet, savory flesh, to the cool, refreshing water of the miracle fruit. Serving it in a plastic cup, topped with chocolate chips for both aesthetics & added flavor, brain-freeze is imminent as you will find yourself chugging the drink down as fast as your straw allows you to. & mind you, they only make use of fresh young coconuts, too.
At any rate, the coconut shakes come in three different variations, the default shake with no additional toppings (Biasa), a version with one extra scoop of Wall’s vanilla ice-cream as topping (Special) & also a version with 2 extra scoops (Double Special). As far as the price goes, it’s RM2.50 for the default ones, & incurs an additional RM0.50 for Specials & RM1.00 for Double Specials. & what’s more, it gets better, there is even self-service free-flow refills of coconut water for the patrons! Talk about making life a whole lot sweeter
Customers may choose to sit-in for their coconut shakes or have it on-the-go, but the place will only be having take-aways on Sundays.
For those who might have tried the Klebang Original Coconut Shake -& liked it; the shakes in Batu Berendam might actually give the Klebang version a run for their money.
Splash away in ‘The Largest Water Theme Park in Malaysia,’ as you begin your thrilling water escapade! Grab your suite & jump into the coolest kind of summertime fun; laugh & share the joy with your friends & family, & escape from the hustle & bustle of life. With cool pools, spine-tingling slides, awesome attractions & tantalizing treats — there’s something for everyone! All day long.
Come together as a corporate entity for a ‘Family day’; take pleasure in our many fun-filled activities, take advantage of our tele-match & water game pool here, & rest assured that your whole group will have a whale of a time!
Melaka Raya needs no introduction to Malacca’s urbanites & regular visitors, as it is well-known as the definitive 1-stop destination for a plethora of dining, entertainment, shopping & accommodation options. The area is host to some of Malacca’s better bars & nightlife, plus it’s only a short walk to the historic centre & Chinatown. Regarded by some as Malacca’s core, this area consists of two shopping centers’, a medical centre, two serviced apartment hotels & a 5-Star international class hotel as well as a slew of banks, restaurants & sundry stores.
Malaccan cuisine mirrors the city’s motley, multi-cultural DNA. Peranakan cuisine is the most popular type of food here, but there’s also Portugese Eurasian food, Indian, Chinese, Indonesian & more. Melaka Raya is known as an area that boasts plenty of dining options along its streets & offers a surfeit of fare to suit every palate & budget. The area is home to a variety of restaurants that specialize in international cuisine as well as local specials.
Hotels house posh, five-star restaurants while the streets are littered with fast food joints, restaurants, open-air cafés & kopitiams, to create a gastronomical haven in the middle of Malacca. During the day, local fare such as chicken rice ball & Nyonya cuisine are a favorite amongst locals.
Visitors should try the pong teh chicken & Malacca cendol at Restoran Nyonya Makko which is simply mouth-watering or the new Jetty over the river in front of Holiday Inn has a number of semi-up-market restaurants serving satay celup & Western food.
Melaka Raya offers endless choices when it comes to after-dark entertainment. There are plenty of good nightspots in the area but there are a few that stand out exponentially. Pure Bar – located in Melaka Raya – is the hottest nightclub in Malacca at this moment & is especially crowded during the weekends. The hotels lining the street also have their own trendy watering holes & nightclubs as well as karaoke lounges can be found in abundance here. Between Mahkota Melaka & Holiday Inn is The Jetty – which plays host to a stretch of stylish pubs, restaurants & karaoke lounges – that stays open well into the night.
On Friday & Saturday nights, Jalan Hang Jebat turns into the not-to-be-missed Jonker Walk Night Market & offers almost everything from kitschy knick knacks to genuine traditional handicrafts. Jalan Hang Jebat is also known for its antique stores which offer great bargains, however Melaka Raya also has two fully air-conditioned malls in the area. The first is the four-storey shopping complex in Melaka Raya – “Mahkota Parade”- which was built & opened in the mid 1990’s. This complex is especially popular with locals & houses food outlets, camera stores, bookshops, souvenir kiosks, a bowling alley & a Cineplex. The more upscale Dataran Pahlawan houses a slew of upmarket designer stores & restaurants on the ground & upper floors & a craft & souvenir market in the basement portion.
Negeri Sembilan is a state in Malaysia which lies on the western coast of Peninsular Malaysia. It borders Selangor on the north, Pahang in the east, & Melaka & Johor to the south.
The name is believed to derive from the nine (sembilan) villages or nagari in the Minangkabau language (now known as luak) settled by the Minangkabau, a people originally from West Sumatra (in present-day Indonesia). Minangkabau features are still visible today in traditional architecture & the dialect of Malay spoken.
1.Port Dickson, Lexis Hibiscus
Lexis Port Dickson is a charming resort designed with a tropical Balinese touch that combines elegance & comfort. Nestled in a cosy environment, every guestroom & water chalet comes with balcony & bathtub. Accented with Balinese-inspired tumble stone, tropical hardwood flooring & elevated bedrooms, guests can also enjoy the open concept bathroom with transparent glass panel for underneath seawater viewing.
2.Nilai 3 Sentral Bazaar & Wholesale City
Why head for the shopping malls when you can get your household items, latest gadgets, car accessories, shoes & clothes at a bargain from Nilai 3 Wholesale Market? It’s the largest wholesale market in Malaysia & is well-known in the country. Aside from the individual shops by the roadside, you can also do your shopping at the covered wholesale market nearby. The entire area is huge, & you might need half a day to make the best of your time here.
If you can’t get enough of shopping or have yet to find the perfect souvenir, continue your shopping spree at Sentral Bazar Nilai 3, which is near the Nilai 3 Wholesale Market. The car boot sale & the night market here is lively, especially during the weekends. Aside from shopping, you can admire the huge dinosaur replica & the large-sized Transformers model.
Selangor also known by its Arabic honorific Darul Ehsan, or “Abode of Sincerity”, is one of the 13 states of Malaysia. It is on the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia & is bordered by Perak to the north, Pahang to the east, Negeri Sembilan to the south & the Strait of Malacca to the west. Selangor surrounds the federal territories of Kuala Lumpur & Putrajaya, both of which were previously part of it.
The state capital of Selangor is Shah Alam & its royal capital is Klang. Petaling Jaya, was awarded city status in 2006. Selangor is the wealthiest, most urbanized &, with 4.1 million people, the most populous of Malaysia’s states. Selangor is one of three Malaysian states that contain more than one city with official city status; the others are Sarawak & Johor.
The state-of-the-art circuit, Sepang International Circuit was officially opened on March 9, 1999 by current Prime Minister Tun Dr. Mahathir Mohamad. It was completed in a record 14 months & with the recognition of its ultramodern facilities, it was given the honor to incorporate the F1 logo in its name.
Dubbed the ‘hottest venue’ in Kuala Lumpur & best known for high-octane international motorsports events such as the F1 Grand Prix & MotoGP as well as concerts & weddings, the Sepang International Circuit (SIC) ticks all the boxes as a choice venue for events of any caliber. Designed by world-renowned architect Hermann Tilke, the circuit itself is a tourist attraction, with its unique shape, layout & history. SIC lives & breathes motoring, from adrenaline driven events, to preserving motorsports history, as well as developing talent with its very own SIC Racing Team, which was established in 2014.
Strategically located near the KL International Airport, the gateway to most major cities, & just 30 minutes (85km) from Kuala Lumpur’s city centre, Sepang International Circuit is an ideal venue option. The circuit is accessible via modern North-South Expressway, Railway Links & a network of Highways.
With a length of 5.543 km, the track features 15 turns & 8 straights with access speeds of more than 300km/h. The track allows ample opportunities for overtaking, to ensure a race full of suspense & thrill.
Sepang International Circuit however, isn’t solely a physical facility for Motorsports. In this place called ‘Home of Motorsports’, we aim to inspire generations as a cutting-edge motorsports & edutainment hub in the region & a catalyst to spark a new beginning for Malaysia’s motorsports industry.In all, the track can accommodate up to 130,000 spectators at a time. The Main Grandstands & 18 air-conditioned Corporate Suites have a capacity of 32,000. While Grandstands K and F can fill up to 18,500 spectators facing, turns 1 & 7 respectively.
The Sepang International Circuit itself offers ample outdoor space options, as well as the use of the indoor Paddock Chalet, Paddock Club, Perdana Suite & Corporate Suites – all of which can be easily scaled up or down to suit any set-up. The options are numerous. Together with a ready obstacle course, an actual FIA homologated go-kart circuit, & the possibility of private track usage, SIC offers end-to-end solutions for event organizers. With a full-time team of dedicated & experienced staff that are ready to meet your needs, Sepang International Circuit makes your event come alive.
2.KL International Airport
Opened in 1998, KL International Airport (KLIA) is one of the region’s major aviation hubs. Located on the west coast of Peninsula Malaysia, bordering the states of Selangor & Negeri Sembilan, the airport is approximately 50 km from Malaysia’s capital city, Kuala Lumpur. A good network of highways & expressways links KLIA to the rest of Peninsula Malaysia. It was first built with a capacity of 25 mppa with two independent Runway, the Main Terminal has since been optimized to handle up to 30 mppa.
In May 2014, its second terminal, KLIA 2, was opened just 2 km away from KLIA’s Main Terminal. Built with a capacity of 45 mppa, KLIA 2 is also accessible via the same network of highways & expressways that links the airport to surrounding major cities.
KLIA possesses world standard facilities & is equipped to accommodate the Airbus A380, the world’s largest passenger aircraft. A huge variety of international & local retail brand & duty-free outlets, cafés, restaurants, as well as premium passenger lounges are available at the airport for your travelling convenience & comfort. It is a passenger-friendly airport with facilities to ease the flow of passengers, keep you entertained while waiting for your flights & provide a seamless travelling experience for everyone.
KLIA has three independent Runway that run at approximately 4,000 m length each to serve both the main terminal & KLIA 2 terminal. The airport caters to more than 60 airlines, as well as serves more than 120 direct destinations & more than 1,000 indirectly.
Apart from travelling by car or other modes of public transportation to go to KLIA, passengers can ride the high-speed train KL Ekspres or KLIA Transit by Express Rail Link (ERL). Both KLIA Ekspres & KLIA Transit connect KLIA from the City Air Terminal (CAT) at KL Sentral, where departing passengers can check-in for their outbound flights before boarding the train for KLIA. Travel time between KL Sentral & KLIA’s Main Terminal Building is only 28 minutes on the KLIA Ekspres & 37 minutes on the KLIA Transit. Passengers can get to KLIA 2 from KLIA Main Terminal via a 3-minute inter-terminal train ride with the same ERL system, or via the inter-terminal airport shuttle bus.
3.KLCC Twin Towers
Located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, Suria KLCC is the most iconic premier shopping destination in Malaysia. A world-class complex of over 1.17 million square feet, it is the place to go for the best shopping, dining & entertainment experience.
With more than 300 specialty stores, Suria KLCC offers an exclusive blend of renowned international fashion brands, flagship stores, unique concept stores & more. From the hottest global fashion trends to the latest high-tech home gadgets, you can find it all here under one roof.
Take a breather after shopping to relax & catch up with family & friends at the multitude of cafes fronting a 50-acre park & a symphonic water fountain. Or tantalize your taste buds at a myriad of restaurants & 2 food courts offering local & international delights.
You can also have a fun family time at the 50-acre park with a playground, wading pool & more, learn about science at Petrosains, inspire your creativity at the Petronas Art Gallery, or visit the state-of-the-art Aquaria KLCC oceanarium. &, whether it’s checking out the latest conventions & expos at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Center, to experiencing the enriching performance of the Malaysian Philharmonic Orchestra, there’s just so much more to see & do at Suria KLCC.
PWTC is located at Kuala Lumpur’s Golden Triangle & only 45 minutes from Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) & within easy walking distant of mall, restaurants, entertainment centres & 3-5-star hotels. Sprawling over 160,000 sqm with over 24,000 sqm of exhibition space, Putra World Trade Centre (PWTC) is known for its high levels of personal service & a flexible approach to event management, making it popular with event organizers & meeting planners alike.
PWTC has become the preferred venue for local & international conventions, concerts & other prestigious events in Malaysia. With our continual mission to improve our facilities & services, it is no wonder why we are the preferred venue. Event organizers have more freedom at PWTC in determining the overall layout of the event via the use of automobile ramps & cargo elevators that swiftly expedite the movement of large & heavy objects. One key factor that we are preferred choice for conventions & events is our location
PWTC is one of Kuala Lumpur’s most majestic landmarks & is Malaysia’s one & only World Trade Centre. That distinction bears inherent affiliations to another eminent World Trade Centres around the globe. PWTC’s success as a centre for distinctive events has won the landmark venue many accolades & awards.
If you’re looking to make an impact with prestige & flair at your next show or event, there is no better venue to host it than PWTC. Choose the preferred place to be noticed & heard, right at the centre of it all.
We are the one-stop place for fun, whether you are aged 8 or 80! With over 90 attractions spread across 88 acres, Sunway Lagoon provides the ultimate theme park experience in 6 adventure zones — Water Park, Amusement Park, Wildlife Park, Extreme Park, Scream Park & Nickelodeon Lost Lagoon– Asia’s 1st Nickelodeon Themed Land. Come experience them all by booking your tickets online.
Once you step in, you can spend the entire day here! Explore the various dining options available at the theme park. If you need some place to sleep, we are just next door to the Sunway Resort Hotel & Spa.
We also play host to some of the hottest acts & global events so stay tuned for upcoming events & promotion by following Sunway Lagoon on Facebook, Twitter & Instagram.
Putrajaya is Malaysia’s third & latest Federal Territory. Built on an expansive marshland & former oil palm estate in Selangor, the city spans an area of almost 5,000 hectares & lies 25 km from Kuala Lumpur. Putrajaya takes over the administrative functions of the capital city Kuala Lumpur & is part of the Multimedia Super Corridor project of the Malaysian government.
Much organization & planning have gone into the development of Putrajaya as a modern city with the latest communication technologies & progressive infrastructure. The streets are elegantly designed with a European feel, along with well-paved roads while the government buildings are a blend of modern architecture with Islamic arts. Commercial, authoritative & residential areas have been divided into precincts that blend into each other cohesively. A waterway cuts through the city, flowing into a large lake. The concrete landscape is balanced with lots of parks, greenery & wetlands but because the land is relatively flat, it does not look lush.
There are several places that visitors can explore. Those coming from KLIA airport will only take minutes to reach Putrajaya. On the other hand, there are plenty of bus & railway services to ferry you to Putrajaya from Kuala Lumpur.
Pahang officially Pahang Darul Makmur with the Arabic honorific Darul Makmur “The Abode of Tranquility”) is a sultanate & a federal state of Malaysia. It is the 3rd largest Malaysian state by area & 9th largest by population. The state occupies the basin of the Pahang River, & a stretch of the east coast as far south as Endau. Geographically located in the East Coast region of the Peninsular Malaysia, the state shares borders with the Malaysian states of Kelantan & Terengganu to the north, Perak, Selangor & Negeri Sembilan to the west, Johor to the south, while South China Sea is to the east. The Titiwangsa mountain range that forms a natural divider between the Peninsula’s east & west coasts is spread along the north & south of the state, peaking at Mount Tahan, which is 2,187m high. Although two thirds of the state is covered by dense rain forest, its central plains are intersected by numerous rivers, & along the coast there is a 32-kilometre wide expanse of alluvial soil that includes the deltas & estuarine plains of the Kuantan, Pahang, Rompin, Endau, & Mersing rivers.
The state is divided into 11 administrative divisions called daerah (districts) – Pekan, Rompin, Maran, Temerloh, Jerantut, Bentong, Raub, Lipis, Cameron Highlands & Bera. The largest district is Jerantut, which is the main gateway to the Taman Negara national park. Pahang’s capital & largest city, Kuantan, is the 8th largest urban agglomerations by population in Malaysia. The royal capital & the official seat of the Sultan of Pahang is located at Pekan. Pekan was also the old state capital which its name translates literally into ‘the town’, it was known historically as ‘Inderapura’. Other major towns include Temerloh, Bentong & its hills resorts of Genting Highlands & Bukit Tinggi. The head of state is the Sultan of Pahang, while the head of government is the Menteri Besar. The government system is closely modeled on the Westminster parliamentary system. The state religion of Pahang is Islam, but grants freedom to manifest other religions in its territory. Pahang is categorized as medium ethnically diverse state with 0.36 of ethnic diversity index in 2010. It is ranked 5th least diverse among Malaysian states & territories, after Terengganu, Kelantan, Melaka & Perlis.
1.Resort World Genting Highlands
Resorts World Genting (“RWG”) is a premier leisure & entertainment resort in Malaysia. It is equipped with about 10,500 rooms spread across 7 hotels, theme parks & entertainment attractions, dining & retail outlets, as well as international shows & business convention facilities. In December 2013, the Group embarked on a 10-year master plan to reinvigorate & transform RWG under the Genting Integrated Tourism Plan (“GITP”).
Since then Genting Malaysia has introduced a plethora of new facilities & attractions under the GITP that promises to provide guests a truly wholesome & world-class experience at RWG. These include the First World Hotel Tower 3, the Awana SkyWay cable car system, the Theme Park Hotel, the Crockfords Hotel, new attractions in the SkyAvenue entertainment complex & the newly refurbished First World Plaza, as well as the new Skytropolis Indoor Theme Park. The opening of the Genting Highlands Premium Outlet (a joint venture between Genting Plantations Berhad & Simon Property Group) at the mid-hill in June 2017 further complements the new & existing offerings at RWG.
Genting Malaysia also owns & operates two beautiful seaside properties, namely Resorts World Kijal in Terengganu & Resorts World Langkawi on Langkawi Island.
2.Club Med Cherating
Journey into the wild where nature is your playground & adventure is around every corner at Club Med Cherating Beach resort.
Get set for a wild vacation in the heart of our seaside jungle retreat. Set amidst tropical flora & fauna, Club Med Cherating Beach is where calming waves lap & where the peace found in nature is captured through extensive green initiatives. Be immersed in untouched nature & learn to give back in the spirit of conservation. Here, nature is your playground & adventure is around every corner. To truly immerse yourself in this destination, take part in these five experiences during your stay.
The Cameron Highlands is a district in Pahang, Malaysia occupying an area of 712.18 square kilometres (274.97 sq mi). To the north, its boundary touches that of Kelantan; to the west, it shares part of its border with Perak.
Situated at the northwestern tip of Pahang, the “Camerons” is approximately 90 kilometres (56 mi) from Ipoh, roughly 200 kilometres (120 mi) from Kuala Lumpur or about 355 kilometres (221 mi) from Kuantan, the capital of Pahang. It is the smallest municipality in the state.
Surveyed by geologist William Cameron in 1885, the outpost consists of three mukims (subdistricts), namely Ringlet, Tanah Rata & Ulu Telom. Its eight settlements are Ringlet, Tanah Rata (the administrative centre), Brinchang, the Bertam Valley, Kea Farm, Tringkap, Kuala Terla, Kampung Raja & Blue Valley. All are nestled at elevations ranging from 800 metres (2,600 ft) to 1,603 metres (5,259 ft) above sea level.
Developed in the 1930s, the tableland is one of the oldest tourist spots in Malaysia. Apart from its tea estates, the plateau is also noted for its cool weather, orchards, nurseries, farmlands, waterfalls, rivers, lakes, wildlife, mossy forest, golf course, hotels, places of worship, bungalows, Land Rovers, museum & its aborigines (Orang Asli).