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The little town of Sungai Pelek is located within Sepang and offers numerous delightful sights and sounds for visitors. Believed to have been named after a river created by a high tide, the town of Sungai Pelek is remembered for its role during the Second World War as well as the Communist insurgency in the 1950s when a chain-link fence was built around the village. The town is presently home to a diverse community of several religions and ethnic groups including populations of Chinese, Malays, Indians, Singhalese and Bengalis. Sungai Pelek is located less than 30 minutes away from the Kuala Lumpur International Airport as well as the Sepang International Circuit, making it a popular spot for visitors to drop-by. It is also in the proximity of the Bagan Lalang beach and Golden Coast Sepang, and is noted for the lush mangrove forests that thrive in the area. ...more

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The little town of Sungai Pelek is located within Sepang and offers numerous delightful sights and sounds for visitors. Believed to have been named after a river created by a high tide, the town of Sungai Pelek is remembered for its role during the Second World War as well as the Communist insurgency in the 1950s when a chain-link fence was built around the village. The town is presently home to a diverse community of several religions and ethnic groups including populations of Chinese, Malays, Indians, Singhalese and Bengalis. Sungai Pelek is located less than 30 minutes away from the Kuala Lumpur International Airport as well as the Sepang International Circuit, making it a popular spot for visitors to drop-by. It is also in the proximity of the Bagan Lalang beach and Golden Coast Sepang, and is noted for the lush mangrove forests that thrive in the area.

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Opening Hour

Day-time visits are recommended

Recommended Visit Duration

1 day

Suitable For

Adults, Families, Senior Guests, Young Adults, Children

Must See

Multi-Rich Pitaya Dragon Fruit Farm, Four Multi Religious Buildings and the Vintage Chinese Shop Houses

Prayer Facilities

A local mosque is available in Sungai Pelek for Muslim travelers to visit during prayer times. It is located in the vicinity of a local church and the Indian Mega temple.

Halal Food

Halal food is available in abundance in Sungai Pelek such as the very popular Sungai Pelek Food Court as well as a number of other international fast food chains such as KFC. However, it is recommended that visitors check with the restaurant owners about the availability of Halal food before dining.

  • Here Are 10 Best Family Road Trips In Malaysia

    Planning a family trip where everyone can enjoy themselves can be exciting but stressful as well. After Covid-19, it is expected that domestic travel will recover first. Why not use this time to plan for a road trip in Malaysia? Going on a road trip is a great way to bond and spend quality time with your family! Whether you are planning for a short weekend getaway or a vacation, Malaysia has so much to offer! Malaysia is ideal for family road trips as there are so many destinations that you can explore and enjoy with your family. Here are 10 best family road trips in Malaysia!  via GIPHYAlso Read: Here Is What Travel Will Look Like After Covid-19 1. Kota Tinggi to Desaru Image Credit: Kota Tinggi Waterfalls Resort It will take approximately 50 mins to drive down from Kota Tinggi to Desaru, hence making it an ideal short weekend getaway to enjoy with your family. Bring your family for a picnic and take a dip in the Kota Tinggi Waterfall. This spectacular view offers serenity, allowing us to relax and unwind. If you have more time to spare in Kota Tinggi, you can also visit the Kota Tinggi Firefly Park. Participate in outdoor studies with your family and get close to nature. This can be a fun yet enriching experience for the family! Image Credit: Desaru Fruit Farm More family-fun activities await you in Desaru. Drive down to Desaru Fruit Farm and learn how to grow various kinds of fruits. On top of that, you can even do a taste testing of the fruits you have picked. You can also bring the kids to feed the ostriches at the Desaru Ostrich Farm. My best pick will be the Desaru Coast Adventure Waterpark, which can be enjoyed by people of all ages - adults and kids alike.    2. Port Dickson to Malacca Image Credit: Lexis Hibiscus Port Dickson This trip is another ideal short getaway that you can consider. Stay for a night in Port Dickson and the following day, you can drive down to Malacca in less than 1.5 hours. Port Dickson is the best place to relax and rewind. Book one of the water chalets available like Lexis Hibiscus and enjoy a night stay. Nothing can go wrong with spending quality with the family in a private pool. Image Credit: St. Paul's Church on Lonely Planet The following day, you can take a drive to Malacca. There are many historical sites that you can visit in Malacca, which is known for its rich history. Head down to A Famosa and walk up the small hill to reach St. Paul's Church. Image Credit: Baba & Nyonya Heritage Museum There are also plenty of museums around the area that you can visit too, like Flora de la Mar Maritime Museum and the Baba & Nyonya Heritage Museum. If you happened to be in Klebang area, you must not miss the Klebang Original Coconut Shake! Nothing can beat teatime with some traditional Malay kuih (delicious!) and a cup of coconut shake topped with vanilla ice cream (yummy!). 3. Kuala Lumpur to Penang Image Credit: Wayne Chew on Unsplash No matter how long you are planning to stay in Kuala Lumpur, there are always things to see and do. It has become mandatory to take a trip to PETRONAS tower whenever one is in Kuala Lumpur. There are various things to see and do around the area like exploring Aquaria KLCC, visiting the aquarium, or shop at Suria KLCC. After spending some time sightseeing and shopping at Kuala Lumpur, continue your journey down the road for about 4 hours to reach a UNESCO heritage town, George Town in Penang. Image Credit: Dark Mansion More fun-filled activities await you in Penang. Visit Dark Mansion, a 3D trick art museum unlike the normal, because they glow in the dark! Your kids will definitely enjoy this, we promise!  Image Credit: Penang Hill on Facebook One of my best take in Penang will be Penang Hill. Ride up the funicular ride to enjoy breathtaking views, learn heritage and culture, and enjoy mother nature. Make sure to feast on their local delights like Char Kuay Teow and Assam Laksa. Penang houses some affordable cafes too so be sure to check that out with your family! 4. Ipoh to Cameron Highlands Image Credit: Old Town Ipoh on Lonely Planet  If you are looking for a lush greenery view on a trip, this road trip is made for you. The drive from Ipoh to Cameron Highlands takes about 2 hours. Firstly, wander down Old Town in Ipoh and discover the street arts and cute streets. You can also visit the city's gem such as Kellie's Castle and Birch Memorial Clock Tower. Once you're done exploring Ipoh's beautiful landmark and art, take a trip to Cameron Highlands. Image Credit: Strawberry Farms on visitmalaysia.info Meanwhile, at Cameron Highlands, you can bring your family out for some outdoor activities. Don't miss out on fun activities like strawberry picking in the strawberry farm, visiting the butterfly farm, and exploring the lavender garden. At the end of the day, spend some quality family time over steamboat in Cameron Highlands.  5. Johor Bahru to Mersing Image Credit: Legoland Malaysia on Facebook Our trip down to Johor Bahru will always be about the food or groceries on the usual days. How about a short getaway, let's say a 2-days 1-night trip with a detour to Mersing? In less than 2 hours drive, you can get to Mersing from Johor Bahru. Over at Johor Bahru, you can visit Legoland, a popular theme park that can be enjoyed by people of all ages. Spend a day with your family here; enjoy the rides and attractions it has to offer.  Image Credit: Kishor on Unsplash After having some fun at Legoland, you can drive to Mersing. Mersing is all about the beautiful beaches and white sands. You can opt for snorkeling and island hopping in Mersing if your family is up for it. My best take in Mersing is to book a resort and enjoy a relaxing time at the beaches with your loved ones.  6. Sepang to Genting Highlands Image Credit: Sepang International Circuit  If you think that Sepang is only home to Kuala Lumpur International Airport, you are wrong. There are some fun-filled activities that you can do with your family here. In less than a 2 hours drive, you can get to Genting Highlands and the fun continues. Sepang is known for its Formula One race circuit, but if you're not in Sepang to watch one, head down to Avani Gold Coast Resort. You may choose to stay a night here or visit the Extreme Park for some activities like Go-kart, archery, and ATV jungle trail. Image Credit: Resorts World Genting Next, take a 2-hour drive to Genting Highlands. Enjoy the rides and attractions at the outdoor theme park, which caters to both kids and adults. You might also want to check the indoor theme park and video game park. Hop on the Awana Skyway; you can enjoy the spectacular view from a distance together with your loved ones. 7. Kuantan to Kuala Terengganu Image Credit: The Sungai Pandan Waterfall on Hotel Grand Continental Kuantan For me, Kuantan is an underrated city. Not many tourists visit this beautiful destination. In less than a 3-hour drive from Kuantan, you can reach your destination, Kuala Terengganu. In Kuantan, you can find several beautiful waterfalls. In my opinion, Sungai Pandan Waterfall will be an ideal spot if you are on this road trip with young kids or the elderly. Make a trip to Kula Cakes to eat the local's favorite Mango Cheesecakes. This store should be in every cheesecake lovers' list as they serve other unique flavors as well. Image Credit: Terengganu State Museum on Malaysia.travel After all that fun, drive to Kuala Terengganu for a heritage tour. Visit the Terengganu State Museum to learn about the history and culture of this place. Don't forget to also visit Pantai Batu Burok to enjoy the scenic beach view. 8. Bukit Tinggi to Kuala Selangor Image Credit: Berjaya Hills on visitmalaysia.info Another two locations that are off the beaten track should be on your list if you want to have a unique experience. It takes a 1.5-hour drive to get you to Kuala Selangor from Bukit Tinggi. The Japanese Tea House in Bukit Tinggi, also known as Berjaya Hills, offers you a soulful retreat. Explore the French-themed Colmar Tropicale and the zen-inspired Japanese garden. The rabbit farm is a must-visit for families; you can play and feed the cute little furry friends. Image Credit: Mount Melawati on The Star Next, drive to Kuala Selangor which takes about 1.5 hours. You can hike up Mount Melawati with your family and learn more about the history behind this notable hill. Also, make time to visit the Kuala Selangor Nature Park and walk through the mangroves. You can spot various species of birds here too! You should also try the Cendol Bakar. The preparation of the gula Melaka in this cendol is different from those of the normal cendol out there. 9. Banting to Sekinchan Image Credit: Tadom Hill Resorts This trip is catered to you if you're bringing along pre-teen kids or older who are adventurous and love outdoor activities. It takes 2 hours to reach Sekinchan by car from Banting. First, enjoy various adrenaline attractions in Banting. Head down to Tadom Hill Resorts, where you can enjoy activities like ATV and water swings. If you want to try some paragliding, you can hike up Bukit Jugra. Otherwise, you can just enjoy the scenic view from the peak with your family. Next, take a 2-hour drive to Sekinchan. Expect to see the lush green field of paddy in Sekinchan as it is home to the Paddy Processing Factory. Don't forget to drop by any of the small businesses selling tropical fruits nearby. The juicy giant mangoes, soursops, and guavas can quench your thirst over the hot day (Yum!). 10. Kota Kinabalu to Kundasang Image Credit: Sosodikon Hill on Facebook Located in Sabah, both Kota Kinabalu and Kundasang offers you scenic locations with fresh mountain air. Just about a 2-hour drive, you can get from Kota Kinabalu to Kundasang. You don't always have to hike up Mount Kinabalu when you're in Kota Kinabalu. If you still want to enjoy some mountain views but don't want to break a sweat, visit Sosodikon Hill. Don't forget to visit the Asquare Kota Kinabalu, the first creative container night food market in Kota Kinabalu. You will be spoilt for choices with over 60 varieties of food to choose from different street vendors. Image Credit: Desa Dairy Farm on Facebook Next, take a 2-hour drive to Kundasang. You can visit Desa Dairy Farm in Kundasang with the kids and feed the calves and goats while enjoying some freshly made gelato. I'm sure your kids will enjoy this activity! Also Read: 10 Tips On How To Prepare For A Road Trip There you have it, the 10 best family road trips in Malaysia. So what are you waiting for? Start planning for your next road trip to Malaysia now! via GIPHY     ...

  • Mövenpick Hotel & Convention Centre KLIA: Everything Is Within Reach At This Shariah-Compliant Hotel

    Main Image Credit: Mövenpick Hotel and Convention Centre KLIA Adding themselves to the list of Shariah-compliant hotels in Malaysia, Mövenpick's brand new location in Kuala Lumpur just launched in July 2018. The Mövenpick Hotel & Convention Centre KLIA is set in a prime location, just 10 minutes away from the Kuala Lumpur International Airport, KLIA2, the F1 Sepang International Circuit, and the Mitsui Outlet Park.  Check out the full Mitsui Outlet Park Map here! Mitsui Outlet Park Picture Credit: Mitsui Outlet Park The city center can be reached in about 30-40 minutes, so visitors have the best of both worlds. They get the calm of being away from the crowded parts of the city, but can also reach downtown KL without any hassle, making it an ideal choice for business travelers who are looking for Halal hotels in Malaysia near the airport, but also for families who want a quick getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city. Design & Facilities of Movenpick KLIA Picture Credit: Mövenpick Hotel and Convention Centre KLIA While keeping in mind all the unique requirements of a Muslim community, the hotel's management says that everything is designed to fit the overall principle of the 3 Cs – Comfort, Convenience, and Confidence. The architecture for the newest Movenpick Hotel in KL has been designed with the concept of showcasing the rich cultural heritage of the country, as well as showing off its Muslim-friendly Shariah-compliant concept – a seamless and modern blend of traditional Malaysian and Islamic architectures. Picture Credit: Mövenpick Hotel and Convention Centre KLIA The design team was headed by Amir Hamzah, a senior associate at HIJAS Architects + Planners, a company that has left their mark on several iconic buildings in Malaysia such as the Telekom Malaysia Headquarters, Putrajaya International Convention Centre (PICC), Putrajaya Masterplan, and Shell Tower in Kuala Lumpur. Amir Hamzah himself has been involved in the design concept for the extension projects of Masjid-Al-Haram, in Makkah, SA. Telekom Malaysia Headquarters Picture Credit: Ecler The hotel is set amidst beautifully landscaped gardens that stretch 7.2 hectares full of lush greenery, fountains, and streams. Mövenpick KL's design gives off an air of modernity and luxury the moment you walk in through the hotel doors into an expansive atrium with its ceiling that is 9-storeys high and glass elevators. The high open space makes it feel bright and breezy – tropical if you must. Picture Credit: Mövenpick Hotel and Convention Centre KLIA The outside is decorated with ornate patterns and Islamic geometric art. It also features one of the earliest forms of Islamic calligraphy that was initially used to record the Holy Quran called Kufic script. These designs extend to the interior of the hotel as well, which is also installed with several features that take inspiration from some of the most iconic buildings in the history of Islamic architecture. Like the columns of Alhambra in Spain, or the “lancet” archways of Turkey and Iran. Alhambra, Spain Picture Credit: Victoriano Izquierdo on Unsplash The mammoth hotel has 333 rooms, which include 2-bedroom suites and great views. The hotel provides free shuttle services, a 24-hour front desk, a staff that speaks a variety of different languages, and free Wi-Fi – but that's just the tip of the iceberg when it comes to the list of amenities in store for their guests. Deluxe Room Picture Credit: Mövenpick Hotel and Convention Centre KLIA Tennis Court Picture Credit: Mövenpick Hotel and Convention Centre KLIA Halal Restaurants and Eateries Picture Credit: Mövenpick Hotel and Convention Centre KLIA Other facilities like wellness centers, well-equipped gymnasiums, a tennis court, spas, an outdoor play area and indoor kids club for the little ones make this a full-rounded experience. Keeping up with the criteria of a shariah compliant hotel, there are separate leisure facilities, like gyms, spas, and swimming pools for males and females. There are also 6 different Halal restaurants and eateries, serving all different cuisines from Malaysian to International. Picture Credit: Mövenpick Hotel and Convention Centre KLIA The convention center is an impressive hub of its own, home to a banqueting hall that has the capacity to host about 1,500 delegates, a pre-function area, 10 seminar rooms, 4 meeting rooms, 2 boardrooms, an exhibition hall, VIP lounges, and several other facilities. Other than business travelers, the convention center is also set to serve as a departure hall for Hajj pilgrims, as well as hosting international exhibitions and conferences (MICE – Meetings, Incentives, Conferencing, Exhibitions). Special Offers Superior King Picture Credit: Mövenpick Hotel and Convention Centre KLIA Mövenpick Hotel & Convention Centre is offering guests a special offer – courtesy of its opening – until the 30th of September, 2018. Guests can book Superior Rooms for the rate of RM 388++ per night, and it comes with a complimentary breakfast for two, as well as 50% for dining at any of the hotel's restaurants/cafes and for spa treatments. You also get the option of late checkout, free airport transfers, and the chance of being upgraded to the next available category of room! The Mövenpick Hotel & Convention Centre in KL is set to make a big splash, and we're not just talking about their enchanting swimming pools. It is one of the best luxury Shariah-compliant hotels in Kuala Lumpur, and a great place to stay at on your Halal travel to Malaysia....

  • 5 Mosques to visit in Selangor

    Malaysia, known for its beaches and captivating rainforests, is also famous for an architectural feast and a divine cultural showcase of a collection of beautiful Mosques (Islamic prayer places) in the most developed state of Selangor.   Puchong Perdana Mosque Picture Credit - www.wikimapia.org The elegant golden dome of Puchong Perdana Mosque and its breathtaking location within Puchong lake are just a couple of reasons for this Mosque to be visited by countless tourists. The construction of this “floating Mosque” began in 2004 and was inaugurated in 2006 in a splendid fashion. Address: Persiaran Puchong Perdana, Taman Puchong Perdana, 47100 Puchong, Selangor, Malaysia Location: 3°00'34.8"N 101°36'27.8"E Website: https://masjidassalam.my/ Tel: +60 3-8066 5777 Click here for more information about Puchong Perdana Mosque   Sultan Sulaiman Mosque Picture Credit - www.issuu.com The Royal Mosque, also known as Sultan Sulaiman Mosque is located in Klang, Selangor and houses the mausoleum of the late Sultan Salahuddin. Built in the early 1930s by the British, this Mosque is now a tourist attraction for its magnificent architecture- a fusion of Western Art Deco and Neoclassical cathedral style as well as the royal stairs; Tangga Diraja from Istana Alam Shah. Address: Jalan Raya Timur, Kawasan 1, 41000 Klang, Selangor, MalaysiaLocation: 3°02'05.2"N 101°27'01.7"EWebsite: www.mpklang.gov.myTel: +603 3371 6044 Click here for more information about Sultan Sulaiman Mosque     Masjid Diraja Tengku Ampuan Jemaah  Picture Credit - www.tourismselangor.my The Masjid Diraja Tengku Ampuan Jemaah, in Section 8 of Bukit Jelutong, is a royal Mosque built in accordance with the traditional Islamic framework of Middle East and inaugurated in 2013. It attracts tourism for showcasing, apart from its great architecture, outstanding pieces of Quranic inscriptions above the arch of its main entrances. Address: Bukit Jelutong, 40150 Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia Location: 3°05'57.7"N 101°32’20.9”E Tel: +60 3-7831 3641 Click here for more information about Tengku Ampuan Jemaah Masjid   Blue Mosque Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Mosque, popularly also called the Blue Mosque with reference to its magnificent blue and silver dome has been crowned No.2 for largest Masjid in Southeast Asia and the largest of the all in Malaysia. Address: Persiaran Masjid St., Sekysen 14, 40000 Shah Alam, Selangor, Malaysia Location: 3.078940, 101. 519824 Website: www.mssaas.gov.my Tel: +603 5519 9988 / 7966 7977 Click here for more information about Blue Mosque    Sultan Abdul Samad Mosque Picture Credit - www.wallpapermosque.blogspot.com A stone's throw away from the Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) hence also called the “Klia Mosque” is the international Mosque for tourists based on its convenient location. This Masjid, built within a span of four years, officially opened in 2000 and displays architectural influences from the Middle Eastern and Malay cultures. Address:Kuala Lumpur International Airport, 64000 Sepang, Selangor, Malaysia Location: 2.78782, 101.67645 Website: www.mpsepang.gov.my Tel: +603 8319 0200 / 603 8319 0300   Click here for more information about Sultan Abdul Samad Mosque Experience the diversity between modern and ancient Malaysia as you visit the awe-inspiring Mosques in Selangor and are tantalized by utter architectural brilliance encompassed within its authentic religious serenity and peace. Locate Mosques easily during your Muslim travel to Malaysia using the HalalTrip app! Download it now and  Start planning your trip today!  ...

  • The Best Destinations for Muslim Families

    A wide range of options are available for Muslim families when trying to select a Halal-friendly holiday destination. We have compiled a list of the best destinations for Muslim families along with a few tips on what each destination can offer Muslim travellers. Read on for more details! Muslim travellers need to be mindful of what facilities will be available to them while travelling. Access to Halal food and prayer facilities are amongst some of the most basic requirements of Muslim travellers that will need to be taken into consideration when planning a trip. Malaysia has been ranked the best destination in the world for Muslim travellers. Located in South East Asia, Malaysia will captivate travellers with its endless shopping opportunities, mouthwatering local fare and fascinating attractions. Kuala Lumpur, Georgetown, Johor Bahru, Melaka, Genting Highlands, Petaling jaya, Sepang and Kuah are some of the most prominent cities in Malaysia that are worth visiting during a trip to the country. The second-best destination for Muslim travellers is considered to be the United Arab Emirates. In addition to facilities for Muslim travellers which will be available in abundance, the country is also home to several prominent attractions such as the Burj Khalifa - the tallest building in the world. Other prominent attractions include Ferrari World in Abu Dhabi and the Wild Wadi Water Park in Dubai. Turkey is another immensely popular tourist destination amongst Muslim travellers and offers numerous facilities and places-of-interest to ensure an enjoyable visit. Its main cities are Istanbul, Ankara, Fethiye, Marmaris, Kusadası, Oludeniz, Cesme, Goreme, Ayvalık, Antalya, Kas, Side and Alanya, with each city having something different to offer. Attractions in Turkey range from ancient ruins from the Ottoman era to beautiful beaches to traditional Turkish baths. Rounding off the list of the 4 best destinations for Muslim travellers is Indonesia. Beautiful and exotic, Indonesia is made up of over 17,000 smaller islands and has plenty to offer Muslim travellers. Some of the must-visit cities in the country include Ubud, Seminyak, Jakarta, Kuta, Yogyakarta, Bandung, Sanur, Legian, Gili Trawangan and Jimbaran. Travellers must not miss out on the local Indonesian food – which is considered to be amongst the most-loved cuisines from around the world. Other excellent travel destinations for Muslims are Saudi Arabia, Morocco, Jordan, Qatar, Tunisia and Egypt. All these countries offer a wealth of facilities including Halal food and prayer facilities to ensure a fantastic travel experience for Muslim travellers.  ...

  • What First-Time Visitors to Malaysia Should Know

    Offering a wealth of facilities for Muslim travelers, Malaysia is the best travel destination in the world for Muslim travelers. It is known for its numerous attractions, exotic cuisine and endless shopping opportunities. First-time visitors to Malaysia will be left in awe due to the sheer vibrance and splendor that emanate from every part of the country.   1) A Multicultural Destination   Malaysia is a multi-cultural society and will offer a wide range of experiences for travelers. Muslims make up majority of the population and Islam is the official religion of the country. Though Bahasa Melayu is the official language of the country, English remains the active second language and is widely spoken by most people in the country. Chinese, Iban and Tamil are also common languages around many areas.   2) Malaysian Cuisine - Exotic Flavours Food plays an important role in Malaysian culture. Malaysian cuisine is considered to be amongst the most-loved food around the world and it reflects the multi-cultural nature of its society. Rice is popular throughout the country and Nasi Lemak is the national dish of the country. Other must-try dishes when traveling to Malaysia include Laksa - a spicy noodle soup, Roti Canai - flatbread served with curry, Banana Leaf Rice and Rojak - a local fruit and vegetable salad with sweet sour sauce.   3) Plenty of Sight-Seeing Options Attractions in Malaysia range from rich cultural sites to stunning natural scenery and every area of the country has something to offer. Some of the main cities in Malaysia that are well-worth a visit include Kuala Lumpur – the capital city of Malaysia, as well as Georgetown, Johor Bahru, Melaka and Genting Highlands.   - Kuala Lumpur: is an energetic Halal-friendly destination set at the apex of the Klang Valley. The city itself is divided into smaller areas, each having something different to offer. Some of the main attractions in the city include the Petronas Twin Towers, Istana Negara, Tugu Negara, Istana Budaya and the Kuala Lumpur Tower.Click here for a Muslim-friendly guide to Kuala Lumpur   - Georgetown: Being a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Georgetown offers the perfect blend of history and modern city life. Numerous colonial buildings can be witnessed in the city and a stroll through the city streets will reveal plenty of ancient building structures featuring fascinating Islamic architecture. KapitanKeling Mosque, Penang Islamic Museum, Fort Cornwallis, Pinang Peranakan Mansion and Municipal Council of Pulau Pinang Hall are some of the main attractions in Georgetown.Click here for a Muslim-friendly guide to Georgetown   - Johor Bahru: is located towards the southern peninsula of Malaysia and is considered to be the cultural hub of the region. It is renowned for its architectural wonders and sightseeing opportunities that include numerous mosques and museums such as Sultan Abu Bakar State Mosque, Sultan Abu Bakar Royal Palace Museum, Istana Bukit Serene, Sultan Ibrahim Building and the Johor Bahru Art Gallery.Click here for a Muslim-friendly guide to Johor Bahru   - Melaka: The beautiful Melaka city is located on the western coast of Malaysia. Traces of the Dutch, Portuguese and British rule are evident throughout the city through its historic treasures, sites and architecture. In addition to the Melaka River, popular attractions in the city include the Malay and Islamic World Museum, Baba and Nyonya Peranakan Museum, Malaysian Navy Museum and the Stamp Museum.Click here for a Muslim-friendly guide to Melaka   - Genting Highlands - A visit to Genting Highlands is considered to be a once-in-a-lifetime experience. Though the city is more popular with younger travelers for its entertainment options, Muslim travelers to Genting Highlands will find plenty to do in the city. Some of the popular attractions in Genting Highlands include Genting Outdoor Theme Park, First World Plaza, First World Indoor Theme Park, Awana Genting Highlands Golf & Country Resort, Genting International Convention Centre and Ripley's Believe It or Not Museum.Click here for a Muslim-friendly guide to Genting Highlands   Other frequented tourist destinations include Petaling Jaya, Sepang and Kuah. Malaysia will undoubtedly captivate and wow first-time visitors.   ...



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