Mount Kinabalu (Gunung Kinabalu in Malay) is the highest peak in Malaysia, located in Kinabalu Park at the state of Sabah.

The UNESCO World Heritage site is rich with flora and fauna, and attracted thousands of mountain climbers every month.

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Fraser’s Hill is another popular highlands vacation spot in Malaysia besides Genting and Cameron Highland.

Fraser’s Hill is the least crowded compared to the other two, mainly because there’s not much attraction other than the cool weather.

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Cameron Highlands is located in Pahang state, and is one of local Malaysians favorite spots for a short vacation.

The major attraction of Cameron Highlands is the cool weather, and the tea plantations. Other highlights include a butterfly farm, strawberry farms, rose gardens, Chinese temple and vegetable farms.

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Taman Tasik Perdana or the Lake Garden is the oldest and most popular park in Kuala Lumpur. Its main attraction is the artificial lake surrounded by lush greenery in a 227 acres parkland that provides a refreshing ambience.

Locals like to come here to take a breath of fresh air, strolling along the carefully planned paths or rowing on the lake. The park also has jogging tracks and exercise stations, as well as children’s playground.

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Aquaria KLCC is conceptualized and built based on the journey of water from land to sea.

Located at the Kuala Lumpur Convention Center, Aquaria KLCC allows visitors to embark on a journey from misty mountains down majestic rivers, through lush rainforests and waterlogged mangroves. Dive deeper to navigate through colorful coral reefs and dive head on into the ominous deep blue sea.

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