Amazing Adventures in Malaysia
Malaysia, a country in Southeast Asia is a mixture of two different worlds, separated by the South China Sea. Peninsula is where stands the modern city of Kuala Lumpur, with the outskirts of the bustling city, while Borneo is famous for its natural scenery, wildlife, exotic dive locations, and its cultural diversity. From the tropical rain forests and pristine national parks to mountain areas, and many more places to explore in the world cultural gathering place. Here are some locations in Malaysia adventure for nature lovers and challenges.
For those of you who feel they have no physical ability to climb one of the highest mountain in Southeast Asia, it is time to enter the Kinabalu Mount trip back to the list. Now there is a 1.2 km path along the Via Ferrata on Mt Kinabalu, which has a variety of difficulty for all climbers, from beginner to experienced. Mountain TorqViaFerrata, is basically a route consisting of rungs, rails, and straps are made of steel that is placed on the surface of the stone. With these hikers can use the path that was only be used by experienced hikers. Via Ferrata starts from a height of 3411 m and bring you up to an altitude of 3776 m, making it the longest iron lines in the world. For those who seek the full experience of adrenaline, you can choose the route for four hours is quite challenging to the Low Peak, the highest peak of KinabaluMount at an altitude of 4095 m, which present the breathtaking scenery and hidden plateaus, also crossed the suspension bridge trip along the 22 m in height 3600 m above sea level!
Located at 120 km south of Kota Kinabalu, Klias Wetlands is a paradise of natural beauty. With lush mangroveforests and is home to diverse species of birds, reptiles, mammals, and insects, wetlands are an obligatory destination for nature lovers and wildlife. A deep river stretches in the middle, and the best way to explore the Klias Wetlands is to scour the river with your guide. Make sure you have an experienced guide who can explain the diversity of wildlife there, including the type of long-tailed monkeys and big-nosed monkeys are rare, are also a variety of endangered animals. At night, the forest is filled with the song of the night animals and insects, but the main show is the thousands of fireflies shining on the river, truly once in a lifetime experience.
Located at 45 km off the coast of Kuala Terengganu in the South China Sea, Redang Marine Park is a world-class dive sites that will satisfy the desires of the divers. With clear blue water and thousands of marine life, this location is popular among both beginners and experienced divers. Marine Park (marine park) includes nine islands in Redang Island, but the most famous is the island of Redang Island and stop. The opposite of the theme for the backpacker on Station Island, Redang has a more classy image, complete with more than half a dozen resorts. Snorkeling and diving are the most popular activity here, and so also with a stunning cluster of reefs. Redang is a popular place for beginner divers to practice, but some of the more remote locations have strong currents and is more suitable for experienced divers. Redang also has two historic shipwreck sites, which sank at the start of World War II.
Labuan is a collection of large islands and six smaller islands in Sabah, East Malaysia. The waters around the island is a paradise of seven clusters of coral and fishing locations, which makes this location attractive for divers and sea lovers. In addition to the amazing underwater scenery and diverse marine life, Labuan is also home to four shipwreck sites, including World War II. The four locations are called Australian Wreck, American Wreck, Blue Water Wreck, and the Cement Wreck, are some of the best wreck dive sites in Asia up to the hull. Local diving schools provide a variety of basic training shipwreck dives to PADI Wreck Diver Specialty and TDI Advanced Wreck Diving. The divers, make sure you also visit the neighboring country, Indonesia, for some of the best dive sites in the region.
Sipadan Island claims to be the best dive sites in the world. Outside of large claims, the dive sites here are world class, with more than 3000 species of fish and hundreds of coral species recorded. In 2002, the resort on the island has been closed to protect the environment, so visitors must stay on the islands around it, such as Mabul or Semporna, and boarded the boat to Sipadan for diving. Now Sipadan is a protected island, only 120 divers should dive per day, so you should dive as soon as possible in order to make the list. Make sure you consult with dive operators about the completeness of the permit, because some companies were found to dive without permission. Sipadan is surrounded many of the inhabitants of coral, turtles and sharks fin with white that often appears on each dive at a depth of 10-30 meters and more.
Kinabalu National Park
World Heritage Site UNESCO recognized first in Malaysia, Kinabalu National Park, became one tourist destination in Malaysia. Founded in 1964, this national park is home to flora and fauna spread over more than four climate zones, making it one of the most important biological sites in the world. Apart from a variety of carnivorous plants, the park also overshadow the many species threatened with extinction, including the Kinabalu giant red leech, and giant earthworms. National park is located on the west coast of Sabah, and has an area of ??754 square miles around KinabaluMount. The park headquarters is the main entry point for most visitors, within easy reach of Sabah via highways and rural roads. The adventurers who might be more relaxed to enjoy exploring the park by foot. Accommodation is available in the park near the headquarters.
Mandatory goal for the intrepid adventurer, Mulu Mountain National Park is where you find the longest limestone cave networks in the world, hidden beneath the jungle on the slopes. Good luck holes (Luck Cave) is one of the largest caves here, has a cavity in the world’s largest underground known as the Sarawak Chamber and also Deer Cave (Deer Cave), the world’s largest cave passage. Meanwhile, Clearwater Cave, has extensive river systems and flow along the 30 miles beneath the ground. For those of you who prefer activities above ground, can be tested the stamina to conquer the Pinnacles, a mountain of limestone. The climbers need stamina and a few days climbing to reach the peak.
State Parks National Parks is the largest park in Malaysia, which covers the area of ??Pahang, Kelantan and Terengganu. The park is home to one of the oldest rainforests in the world that has a very diverse ecosystem. Much can be done and seen in this park, from whitewater rafting, to hiking in some of the hiking trail and to feel the life of the forest. Teresek path will take you into the path of the famous canopy State Parks in the world, along the 510 m and 45 m depending on the height above ground level. Visitors can enjoy amazing views of the forest. Try to find Mengkudur giant tree, or a variety of animals such as elephants, wild pigs, and monkeys.
Interested in a variety of forest browsing experience? You can try to climb the hill of death in the Bedouin, into the woods ever so poppy fields, or feel so gibbon with hanging between trees.