Hikers can access steamy mountains, large cave systems, crashing waterfalls and wild rivers on trails or wooden boardwalks. Traditional tribes still live in some of the remotest parts of the Malaysian rain forest, which is also home to some of the world’s rarest wild animals.
Whilst modern architecture lights up the city skylines, below many of the historic buildings have not changed for centuries. There are thousands of colorful Hindu and Buddhist Temples, majestic Mosques and traditional old shops and homes. The food and culture reflect nuances of Chinese, Malay, Indian and European influence.