One of the best things ever had in my life was when i joined the couchsurfing. Recently, there was a big couchsurfing event happened in malaysia which is named as CS Asean Couchcrash 2018 on February 10th and 11th.
Batu caves is one of the touristic destinations for the travellers in kuala lumpur. If you are visiting Kuala Lumpur this is one of the top attractions in the list. It’s one of the most touristic spot in Malaysia which consists of total 3 main caves featuring temples and Hindu shrines in a limestone hill located in Gombak district, closing a distance of 13 km from Kuala Lumpur which takes around 20 min to reach the place.
Banana waterfalls! Isn't the name funny?. That's what i heard when people say the name of this waterfalls. Pisang waterfalls also has another name called banana waterfalls. I still wonder why it got the name like banana waterfalls. Local people say that the name came from the river of sungai pisang.
Petronas Twin Towers were once the highest skyscrapers of the world which is in centre of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. If you are in Kuala Lumpur don’t miss this beautiful iconic building. The major attraction of this twin towers is world’s highest two storey skybridge between two towers at 41st and 42nd floor. Beautiful by day and colorful at night which makes the towers more attractive if you watch over from the distance.
Many local people come here for quick getaway from their busy lifestyle and for some relaxation. It’s one of the decent beaches among Port Dickson which accounts for its fame and popularity. This beach is flooded with people especially during festivals and weekend holidays. Locals call this beach as “PD Beach”.
Tadom Hills is surrounded by bamboo groves and small lakes inside the Tadom Hill Resorts which is located in Banting near to the KLIA (Kuala Lumpur International Airport).This place is suitable for those who want to escape from the stress and city life for a while.
Teluk Segadas beach also known as the virgin beach. It is located on south side of the island in Pulau Pangkor, Malaysia. Most of the People don’t know much about this little beach, so it's a bit difficult to find this place. There is no road to this place directly, you have to do 20min jungle trekking to reach this beach through hills.