The Spectacles of Malaysia

Malaysia is a melting pot of cultures, dating back from that of the Chinese, Dutch, Portuguese, and British. It is a mixture of other cultures, too making it one unique Malaysia. Stamping its authority, Malaysia has shown to the world its creation of an iconic skyscraper.  Also included in this pot of cultures are rare foods and fruits and the many nature related activities that are still being preserved and observed even up to the present. Channeling in this vast wonder, let us therefore have an enjoyable stay in Malaysia.

View From Above

The best way to enjoy overall Kuala Lumpur is by taking it up in the sky through its largest twin towers. The Petronas Tower or the Menara Petronas offers a tour inside the building and its observation decks. One of the famous observation sites is the double decker sky bridge on the 41st, and 42nd floor. On the 86th floor is the observation deck which has the design of the tower and many kinds of miniatures of the Petronas tower and the skyline of the entire Kuala Lumpur. In addition to these are the viewing telescopes that let you see the entire panorama of Kuala Lumpur. Stretching the views can extend to Besi Air Force Base, Sungai, Berjaya Times Square, KL Convention Center, Ampang Point, and the Little Korean (Korean town). It is a marvelous site to see the skyline of the entire metropolis.

Kuala Rompin

Kuala Rompin is a town in the state of Pahang Malaysia where fun, exciting, and joyful activities can be experienced. The town of Kuala Rompin is best described as the sailfish capital of the world labeled by many fishing sport enthusiasts. As it is the paradise for billfish such as sailfish and marlins. The sport of fishing is done by a catch and release process of the fish. An annual tournament brings forth to the island the world class anglers to participate in the game. In ordinary days, tourists can also grasp the feeling of sport fishing. The fisherman’s Jetty and the Sea Sport Center are the departing areas towards the South China Sea for great fishing action.


Langkawi Island is listed by UNESCO as one of the World Geo Parks, recognized for its biodiversity and beauty. The Jewel of Kedah as the locals would call it, is noted for its magnificent turquoise seas and beaches. Also included on this island is the well preserved rainforest and limestone formation. For total enjoyment in Langkawi, it is advisable for tourists to take a trip to the mangrove forest. Mangrove forest is a network of streams and hidden coves where many wildlife species live. By taking a boat tour on the river, one can see a variety of wildlife, the highlights of which are the eagle watching and feeding. Taking a closer look of the eagles such as Brahminy Kites and the Sea Eagles will surely amaze tourists who are seeking for wild life and adventure. By throwing food to the water one can simply wait for the bird to strike down and gather the food.. You can also watch this activity unfold before you up high over the rainforest by riding a cable car.

Authentic Food

Malaysia offers a variety of unique food that suits each individual’s taste bud. Malaysia is renowned for seafood dishes such as the curry crab, succulent lobster and prawns that are prepared by steaming, deep frying, and baking. These sea foods can be baked, cooked sweet and sour or spicy. The meat dishes are of beef, lamb, and poultry like the ayam golek, ayam percik, and satay. The regular meals for most locals are the fried noodle and char kuay teow. The fruits are mostly unique to Malaysia alone or grown in some archipelago countries like the Philippines. These fruits include the king of all fruits “durian” and the queen of the fruits “mangosteen” and still others are rambutan and jackfruit.