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This is one of the first and best portrait photos I’ve taken on my IPhone X. This shot was taken at the lobby of Fairways and Bluewaters resort in Boracay, with one of my parents taking a photo of the expansive view of the golf course.
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1.Praise petronas twin towers

One of the most recognizable places in Malaysia, the Petronas Towers are the tallest twin towers in the world. The Akash bridge connecting the towers is the tallest two-storey bridge in the world. As long as you are not afraid of heights, you can get tickets for the sky bridge to check out some amazing views of the city, or even go higher to check out the viewing deck from the 86th floor.

2. Attend  cooking classes

Next to Thailand, Malaysia, in my opinion, has some of the best cuisines in Asia. Take the opportunity to learn more about the incredible flavors of Malaysian cuisine by taking cooking classes in Malaysia, which will give you all the information you need to make the best lacquer and rangas.

3 Go to Taman Negara National Park

This natural wonder is one of the oldest rainforests in the world, estimated to be around 130 million years old. Whether you want to set out on a 100 km trek, or just take an afternoon stroll, this is the perfect place to explore. Rock climbing and canoeing are also available in the area! If you love nature and the outdoors, you can also opt for trekking in Cameron Highlands. If you are short on time, but want to see the best of Malaysia, we recommend this private tour of the Cameron Highlands which includes transfers and a guide.

4 Visit Batu Caves

This area, consisting of three huge limestone caves, is actually a cave temple. There are 272 stairs to the temple, but most people would agree that the places are worth it. If you come to Malaysia for Thipusam festival, you can take thousands of devotees to the temple for offerings. He recently painted the steps of the Batu Caves, making it an Instagram hotspot. If you want to get photos of the place, we really recommend visiting early in the morning, so it's not too crowded. Alternatively, you can also check out this tour going to Batu Caves which is super convenient. If you are looking for something unique, you can also go on this tour, which takes you to the wallet caves and watching the firefly in Kuala Selangor.

We were looking for some nice photos of KLCC Tower during sunset, but unfortunately there are a lot of clouds on that day. So we’re doing a quick portrait shot of KLCC from DJI Mavic. It’s on around 7:00PM.
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5 Eat your way around Kuala Lumpur

If you are a big eater, Malaysia is food heaven! There are lots of delicious street food you find everywhere. What better way to find this food scene than by going on a food tour? Take a look at this special "Off-the-Eaten" track food tour that will take you to the best local food joints. Immerse yourself in Sarawak Cultural Village It is a great place to get a glimpse of the rich cultural history of Malaysia in Sarawak. You can learn about various cultural groups in Malaysia, see performances, music workshops, artwork and more. It is a different side of Malaysia from the center of Kuala Lumpur or Penang, but it is definitely worth a visit.

6 Rest in Langkawi Island

If you need a little R&R during your stay in Malaysia, then go for the beaches. Langkawi island in the Andaman sea is the perfect place to relax and soak up some sun. They found everything from hostels to extravagant resorts and everything in between. For a few days and enjoy the incredible seaside beauty of the island. If you want to do something active while staying in Langkawi, then this jetski island tour is highly recommended.

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7 Dive into the Redung Islands

If you're ready for a little more adventure and excitement, check out Redang Island. But if you haven't already, you definitely want to get your scuba diving certification first. There are 31 incredible dive sites around the island, including some impressive ships you don't want to miss. The waters of the Perthian Islands are also world famous and well worth exploring.

8 Climbing Mount Kinabalu

If you're up for a little adventure, why not challenge yourself by climbing Mount Kinabalu in Borneo. You can win this trek via the regular route or choose to hike Mount Kinabalu via Ferrata as you climb a series of ropes and iron bars to reach the peak.

9 See Street Art in Penang

To see the famous street art in Penang in Malaysia is another must work. Everywhere you go, you will find countless street murals often depicting children in various positions. The art is completely grand and unusual, making it a fun city to visit and roam.