7 Tourist Attractions in Malaysia Rarely Visited By Tourists!

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7 Tourist Attractions in Malaysia Rarely Visited By Tourists! | How often have you visited Malaysia? Are you tired of the famous tourist sites that you visit every time you visit Malaysia? Do you want to enjoy an interesting holiday in Malaysia?

Of course, there are many tourist sites in Malaysia that are not well-known or have not been explored by many tourists even though they have beautiful scenery and delicious food. Of course you can visit this place with your family during the long holidays to welcome Christmas and New Year. Don't worry by ordering a Malindo ticket on Traveloka, you can get plane tickets at cheap prices.

Now, after the flight problem is over, you can take a peek at several tourist sites in Malaysia that are rarely known by tourists to be included in the itinerary list!

Interesting Tourist Places in Malaysia that are Rarely Visited

1. Rose Valley Cameron Highlands, Pahang

Rose Valley Cameron Highlands, Pahang
Images: Tripadvisor

The first thing to do in Malaysia is visit the Rose Valley Cameron Highlands. The charm of Pahang is endless. Pahang with all its natural attractions always attracts many tourists, especially Colmar Tropical. 

But did you know that there is a small village in Pahang that is different from other villages in Malaysia? It also has the largest rose garden in Malaysia. Although it is the largest rose garden, it is not visited by many people. 

Tourists are most often just visiting Colmar Tropicale. Even though Rose Valley Cameron Highlands also presents beautiful scenery that can be a tourist destination for you and your family.

2. Royal Belum State Park, Perak

7 Tourist Attractions in Malaysia Rarely Visited By Tourists!
Images: Wikimedia

This 130-million-year-old rainforest is waiting to be explored. The dreamy Royal Belum State Park, Perak, is a tropical paradise perfect for nature lovers and is said to be home to one of the oldest protected and unspoilt rainforests in Peninsular Malaysia. 

Whether you're looking for a relaxing vacation or an exciting adventure, you'll find something here. Get ready to uncover the mysteries of the jungle and be surrounded by the stillness and tranquility of nature. You can spend the night in beautiful eco resorts, tents or even boats! Fun isn’t?

3. Mossy Forest, Cameron Highlands

Mossy Forest, Cameron Highlands
Image: JomJalan

More than just vast tea plantations and strawberry plantations, Cameron Highlands has some hidden gems waiting to be explored. His one such gem is Enchanted Mossy Forest, a strangely beautiful forest high up on Mount Brinchang, the second highest mountain in the Cameron Highlands.
A mossy forest shrouded in mysterious fog and a magical aura, it rises 2,032 meters above sea level, placing him fifth on Lonely Planet's list of the world's most Instagrammable forests.

4. Semenggoh Wildlife Center, Kuching

Semenggoh Wildlife Center, Kuching
Images: Google 

When you go to Kuching, the first thing that comes to your mind is cheap shopping. You should know that Kuching also has an orangutan sanctuary. One of Kuching's lesser-known attractions is the Semenggoh Nature Reserve.
The sanctuary resembles the orangutan's natural habitat, so the orangutans feel comfortable there. Keep your luggage safe if you want to get up close and personal with the cute orangutans.

5. Tanjung Rhu Beach, Langkawi

Tanjung Rhu Beach, Langkawi
Images: Tripadvisor

Water sports enthusiasts should head to Langkawi Island, which is very close to Tanjung Rhu Beach. Tanjung Rhu Beach may not seem like anything special. But did you know that only this beach has the widest range of water activities?

The most famous being parasailing. These activities could be one of the best things to do in Malaysia especially if you are looking for water activities. Are you really interested in this activity?

6. Semporna, Sabah

7 Tourist Attractions in Malaysia Rarely Visited By Tourists!
Image: Tripadvisor

Located on the east coast of Sabah, Semporna is literally a piece of paradise on earth. This small town is the gateway and starting point to your wildest island dreams. 

Semporna, like its name which means 'perfect' in Malay, is perfection in the form of a collection of beautiful islands. A short speedboat ride takes you to islands with turquoise waters, sandy beaches and some of the most beautiful diving spots in the world.

7. Pulau Sembilan, Perak

7 Tourist Attractions in Malaysia Rarely Visited By Tourists!
Images: Gempak

Pulau Sembilan is a cluster of islands off the coast of Perak that can only be accessed by signing up for a local package tour. The islands have been closed to the public for years due to overtourism, but with the announcement of their impending reopening, be sure to add them to your to-do list!

Have you ever heard of the tourist spots above? If not, then it's time for you to include them in the list of interesting places in Malaysia that you must visit while on vacation.

Don't forget to book flight tickets and hotels only at Traveloka. You can also make reservations at restaurants and tourist attractions in Malaysia. That's why, download the Traveloka application and get comfortable holidays!

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