Malaysia Top Traveling Sites for November

Malaysia boasts a rich cultural heritage populated by a blend of Malays, Indians, Chinese, and indigenous groups.  The country is not only a melting point of cultures, but it also features a mix of stunning beaches and parks, astonishing skyscraper, colonial architecture, and magnificent landscape covered in tropical rainforest and tea plantation.

Malaysia Top Traveling Sites for November
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The hot and sunny weather in November makes Malaysia a perfect destination where you can opt to trek and watch wildlife at the national parks or take bus rides around Penang’s UNESCO listed George Town and Malacca’s historic core. Don’t mind the long rides since they can still be enjoyable with online gaming at W88 to help you pass the time. More so, the vibrant and breathtaking views will be hard to keep your eyes off.

Kuala Lumpur

Kuala Lumpur (KL), Malaysia’s capital, is the country’s social and economic driving force reflected by the relentless proliferation of jaw-dropping skyscraper, high-end shopping malls, designer bars and restaurants, and buzzing nightlife. Compared to other major world cities, Kuala Lumpur is one of the most affordable destinations.  While at KL, be sure to visit the Petronas Twin Towers (the world’s tallest twin towers) located at the KLCC complex.

Taman Negara

Taman Negara is the oldest tropical rainforest globally, and there are various ways you can experience the park’s natural attractions such as cave-exploring, hiking, and fishing.  The most popular activity to do at Taman Negara is the Canopy Walk, which features a long suspension bridge high above the treetops where you can walk and watch exotic birds. You can also opt for a guided night safari where you get to see glow-in-the-dark fungi, plants that bloom at night, and nocturnal animals like owls, water dragons, and leopard cats.


Located on Malaysia’s west coast, Langkawi is an archipelago consisting of 99 islands. Surrounded by turquoise sea, the main island’s interior is a mixture of forest-clad mountains, mangroves, rainforest, and picturesque beaches. This is the best destination to escape the country’s frenetic cities and get to relax on the wide sandy beaches. The ocean temperatures in November are warm, making swimming in the sea inviting and pleasant.


Melaka (Malacca) is a history-rich city that was ruled and battled over for centuries by the British, Indian, Dutch, and Portuguese governments. As a result, modern Melaka has become a popular tourist destination packed with culture, architecture, tradition, and diverse cuisines. There are several districts in the city, each featuring its own unique attraction. The Portuguese Settlement boasts of red-hued churches and charming villas. You will find the oldest Chinese temple (the Cheng Hoon Teng Temple) and one of the largest Chinese cemeteries in the Chinese quarters.


Penang is one of the top places to visit in Malaysia, popular for its historic George Town and the rich culinary diversity.  The city is named under UNESCO World Heritage designation and has plenty to offer, including museums, historic homes, and delicious cuisines. Some of its popular attractions include Bird Sanctuary, Botanic Gardens, and white sandy beaches.

Don’t leave Penang without taking a ride or walk around George Town, where you will see the wide selection of British buildings and historic Chinese and Indian temples.  Penang is also regarded as Malaysia’s food capital, and your visit would be incomplete if you failed to taste the major cuisines at the restaurants, bakeries, and roadside vendors. 

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