Kuala Perlis, located on the north-western tip of Peninsular Malaysia, is the main seaport of Perlis. The port has grown from a fishing village into a modern town with commercial areas comprising financial institutions, hotels, government departments, restaurants and retail outlets.
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.
Tanjung Aru Beach is about 6 kilometres away from Kota Kinabalu city. The name Tanjung Aru was derived from the casuarina or aru trees that fringe the fine sand along the beach. Visitors to the beach will get to experience the most remarkable sunset in the evenings when the sun dips into the horizon, leaving the vast skies a brilliant red.
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.
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.
Kapitan Keling Mosque is located on the street that is named after it. It is the largest historic mosque in George Town. The design of the mosque is influenced by Moghul architecture with multiple domes and a towering minaret. Beautiful arches are found at the outer passageway. The mosque started as a simple single-storey brick structure in 1801.
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.
Sekinchan is actually a fishing village. However, it is more popularly known as a famous paddy field. Sekinchan in the Chinese language means 'village suitable for plantation'. Today, Sekinchan produces the highest production of rice per acre in Malaysia. Total farming land for paddy and fruits is about 4,300 acres.