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.
Kota Kinabalu, often referred to as KK, is the capital of Sabah. It is a coastal city, partly surrounded by rainforest. Kota Kinabalu is the gateway to Kinabalu National Park, Malaysia's first World Heritage Site designated by UNESCO in December 2000. Kota Kinabalu is also home to the 4,095-metre high Mount Kinabalu.
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.
Forest City is a real estate development in Gelang Patah. This smart eco-city is able to house hundreds of thousands of people. It adopts the digital building information modelling (BIM) technology that enhances and promotes ecological harmony.
The Sam Poh Tong Temple is believed to be the oldest cave temple in Ipoh. It was built within a limestone cave. It is beautifully landscaped at the front, with a large fish pond, Japanese stone lanterns and pagodas.
Sungai Lembing was a tin mining town in the Kuantan district of Pahang. Lembing means spear and sungai means river in Bahasa Malaysia. According to legend, a local ruler saw a vision of a spear in a nearby river, thus the name Sungai Lembing was formed.
Kota Iskandar is Johor State Administrative Centre housing 6000 civil servants in 76 government departments.
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.