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.
Lata Kinjang Waterfall is situated in the Chenderiang District, about 18 kilometres from Tapah town in Perak. This waterfall is the highest in Malaysia and Southeast Asia, at 850 metres. It is visible from the North-South Highway when driving up north to Ipoh.
Flor de la Mar means Flower of the Sea in Portuguese was a 400-ton sailing ship that sank off the coast of Sumatra in November 1511. Its replica of 34 metres tall, 36 metres long and 8 metres wide, is now the main exhibit of the Maritime Museum in Melaka. In Bahasa Malaysia, it translates to Muzium Samudera.
The temple is famous for its mystical Golden Dragon structure believed to be longest in the world. The dragon measures 2,700 feet in length. It has earned its place in The Malaysia Book of Records certifying it as “The Longest Dragon Statue” in the country.
The House of Yeap Chor Ee was originally the home of this Grand Old Man, now is being turned into a museum and managed by his descendants
The Kota Kayang Museum is situated in the locality of Kayang Hill, Lambong Panah Hill, Jagat Hutang Hill, Wai Hill and Menara Hill in the Kayang vicinity.
Komtar Tower is the tallest skyscraper in Penang. Construction began in 1974 and was completed in 1986. It was named after Malaysia’s second Prime Minister, Tun Abdul Razak. Hence Komtar is the acronym for Kompleks Tun Abdul Razak.
The Zoo Johor is one of the oldest zoos in Malaysia. It was established in 1928 by the then Sultan of Johor, the late Sultan Ibrahim. The zoo is also believed to be one of the oldest zoos in Asia. There are more than 100 species of animals and birds in the zoo.