Located in the Manjung district of Perak and quite near Sitiawan and Lumut is the Tua Pek Kong Temple. This popular tourist attraction is famous for its 98 statues of deities and animals from the Chinese lunar calendar.
Cherating is the site of Asia's very first Club Med. Its wide, peaceful and beautiful beach is a great tourist attraction especially backpackers who are looking for laid-back beaches.
Dayang Bunting Island or Pulau Dayang Bunting in Bahasa Malaysia literally means Island of the Pregnant Maiden. It is the second largest island out of Langkawi’s cluster of ninety-nine islands.
The unique architecture of nine giant pillars and multiple arches reflects the sovereignty of the Sarawak people’s power and unity of all races in the state. The distinctive umbrella roof marks an iconic landmark of Sarawak.
The Butterworth Floating Mosque is located at the North Butterworth Container Terminal. It was constructed to enable the Muslim workers at the terminal to perform their prayers. The mosque is the second floating mosque in Penang, after Masjid Jamek at Tanjung Bungah. It is also built on stilts, out into the sea, connected to the land by a passageway.
The Negeri Sembilan State Museum is located at the Crafts & Cultural Handicraft Complex. It is the place where visitors get to learn more about the history of the state and to appreciate its artefacts. The museum preserves all the local traditions and cultures under one roof.
A long time ago, Kijal was just a fishing village. Today, its surrounding areas are developed with tourist products and oilfields. Located north of Kemaman, Kijal is a vacation place for tourists with its long beaches dotted by coconut trees and pine trees.
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.