The Siew San Teng Temple in Kuching is popularly known as the Tua Pek Kong Temple to the locals. The temple stands on a small hillock overlooking the Kuching Waterfront and the Sarawak River. The temple's location is believed to be the epitome of good feng shui.
Situated in the heart of Melaka, lies the Stadthuys. In Dutch, it means city hall. The very near clock tower and the Stadthuys building are both prominently red in colour. It is a historical structure and is said to be the oldest surviving Dutch building in Asia.
The Cathedral of the Holy Spirit was established as a parish church back in May 25, 1969. It was founded in 1958 with around 1000 parishioners.
Kek Lok Si Temple transforms into a fairyland every Chinese New Year. Some 20,000 traditional Chinese lanterns and thousands of modern neon and LED (light emitting diode) lights will be lit up at the temple which was built in 1891. As a symbol of peace, luck and prosperity, the lights will be turned on every night during the Chinese New Year festival.
Clan Jetties form part of the Penang Heritage Trail. There have 3 Clan Jetty that famous among tourist which are Chew Jetty, Tan Jetty and Lee Jetty.
The Petronas Twin Towers is a modern, avant-garde design that portrays Malaysia as a progressive nation proud of her rich natural and cultural heritage. Rising to a height of 451.9 metres, the 88-storey twin towers is Kuala Lumpur's crown jewel.
Masjid Taman Ilmu is in Taman Ilmu, Tembila in Besut district of Terengganu. The mosque was constructed based on the traditional mosques designs at the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia. Construction began in September 2007 and was completed in April 2014.
Masjid Kuala Perlis or also known as Masjid Al-Hussain is situated next to the Kuala Perlis Jetty. Being one of the most beautiful mosque in Malaysia, its structure extends over the Straits of Malacca. Known with many names, it is also called the “Floating Mosque”.