Kuala Lumpur & Selangor
This small town used to produce charcoal, but it was later developed as a small port by the British during the Straits Settlement period. Port Dickson was also known as Tanjung. In the Malay language, that means “cape”. The oldest shophouses were the four situated presently at Jalan Lama.
Cherating is a popular beach resort area in Pahang. It is located about 30 km north of Kuantan on Peninsular Malaysia’s East Coast.Cherating village is a typical small lazy East Coast fishing village although backpacker-tourism now is the major income earner here.
Pulau Pangkor is a resort island off the coast of Perak, Malaysia. It has a population of approximately 25,000. Nearby islands include Pangkor Laut Island, Talang Island, Giam Island (Pulau Giam) and Mentagor Island (Pulau Mentagor). The major industries of the island are tourism and fishing.
Pulau Kukup is a mangrove island located at about 1 km offshore from the 150-year-old fishing village of Kukup in Pontian District, Johor, Malaysia. The area of the island is 6.472 square kilometres and is surrounded by 8 square kilometres of mudflats.
Redang Island, locally known as Pulau Redang or just “Redang” is one of the largest islands off the east coast of Peninsular Malaysia, which is located in Terengganu, Malaysia that is famous for its crystal clear waters, white sandy beaches, and the marine fauna with numerous reefs found on Pulau Pinang.
Pulau Perhentian lies approximately 10 nautical miles (19 km) off the northeastern coast of West Malaysia in the state of Terengganu. Pulau Perhentian appeared on many maps of the nineteenth and twentieth century as ‘The Station Islands’. This arises from the British colonial period, as an English translation of “stopping point”
Pulau Tioman is a small island, 39 km long and 12 km wide, located off the east coast of peninsular Malaysia. In the 1970s, Time magazine selected Tioman as one of the world’s most beautiful islands. The densely forested island is still sparsely inhabited. Also it is surrounded by numerous white coral reefs, making it a haven for scuba divers from around the region.
Forested hills, romantic white-sand beaches and crystal-clear waters greet visitors to tropical Palau Langkawi, the largest of the 99 islands in Langkawi archipelago. Known mysteriously as “Legendary Island” because of myths associated with its ancient geological formations, it drifts serenely alongside Malaysia in the azure Andaman Sea.