Top Road Trip Destinations For Historical City Tour In Malaysia-oboni

Travel-and-Leisure Now that you have decided on a road trip for your next weekend getaway, its time to pick a destination! How aboutMalaysia!? Not again, you say? Well, dont fret yet! Theres more to the eye than just the shopping and the Twin Towers in Malaysia. Coming up on this blog are the most recommended destinations for a holiday road trip in Malaysia. I have sorted them into different themes. Part 1 is on historical city tour. Of course, if you have time for a longer holiday, you can always drive your way up to visit them all! Top Destinations in Historical City Tour in Malaysia 1. Malacca First pick is the oldest city in Malaysia, a popular choice among tourists for its rich historical heritage. Malacca is named The Red City because of this Dutch landmark architecture, The Stadthuys. While a part of Malacca has been redeveloped into a modern shopping district, much of the traditional culture has been preserved and sometimes, redesigned. The trishaws! Other attractions not to be missed include Taman Mini Malaysia, a cultural park showcasing examples of kampong houses to represent the different architectural style and lifestyle from the 13 states in Malaysia, and Fort AFamosa on St. Pauls Hill, signature site back from the Portuguese colonial days. Not forgetting that Malacca is home to many local delicacies! Driving time: approx. 2.5 hours (213 km) from the Singapore-Malaysia Causeway 2. Penang The Pearl of the Orient, Penang, is known to be one of the most picturesque and romantic cities in Asia. It is also a famous food paradise, of which, its nasi kandar, char kway teow, hae mee and Penang laksa are most popular in Southeast Asia. Penangs capital, Georgetown, is a history rich city traditional shophouses, trishaws, old churches, temples, and mosques it is a UNESCO listed World Heritage Site. At the same time, you will also find stunning evidence of modernization like the 60-storey Penang Global City Centre. And while you are there, dont forget to visit these popular sites: Batu Ferringhi, Tropical Spice Garden, and Khoo Kongsi. Driving time: approx. 7.5 hours (681 km) from the Causeway / 5.3 hours (483 km) up from Malacca About the Author: 相关的主题文章: