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.
Pergau Lake is a man-made lake in Kelantan. It is a haven for angling enthusiasts as there are freshwater fish such as tinfoil barb, tilapia, lampam (carp) and toman (snakehead) in the lake.
The Cape Rachado Lighthouse or known as Tanjung Tuan in Bahasa Malaysia is a lighthouse in the district of Alor Gajah in Melaka. It is believed to be the oldest lighthouse in Malaysia.
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.
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 Arulmigu Sri Rajakaliamman Glass Temple is truly an astounding sight to behold. Ninety percent of the Arulmigu Sri Rajakaliamman Glass Temple is embellished by a mosaic of 300,000 pieces of red, blue, yellow, green, purple and white glass.
Tanjung Tualang Tin Dredge No.5 or also known as just TT5 is a former tin mining dredge in the district of Kinta, Perak. This unique remnant is currently a dredge museum.
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.