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9 Viewpoints to explore in Malaysia


One of 17 megadiverse countries, home to large numbers of endemic species.

Bukit Broga
Bukit BrogaBukit Broga, Selangor, Malaysia

Broga Hill is located in the town of Semenyih, Selangor, Peninsular Malaysia. Standing at 400m tall, it is a relatively simple hike that offers a panoramic view of the Broga town. It is the only hill or mountain in Peninsular Malaysia which is covered in the grass instead of trees.

Cape Rachado Light house
Cape Rachado Light house71050, Malacca, Malaysia

Believed to be the oldest in the country, allegedly dating back to Portuguese rule of Malacca during the 16th century.

Langkawi Cable Car
Langkawi Cable CarJalan Telaga Tujuh, 07000 Langkawi, Kedah, Malaysia

It provides an aerial link from the Oriental Village at Teluk Burau to the peak of Gunung Machinchang, which is also the location of the Langkawi Sky Bridge. The total length is 2.2 km (1.4 mi), with a journey time from the base to the top of around 15 minutes.

Mossy Forest
Mossy Forest39000, Perak, Malaysia

Low-level clouds in the sky blanket the Mossy Forest with constant wind and moisture creating an ideal biotope for moss, ferns, lichen, and orchids.

Mount Batu Brinchang
Mount Batu BrinchangMount Batu Brinchang, 39000, Perak, Malaysia

Gunung Brinchang is the second highest mountain in the Cameron Highlands after Gunung Irau. This mountain attracts many visitors due to its easy accessibility. At slightly more than 2,000 meters, the peak of Brinchang is where you get a magnificent view of the Cameron Highlands landscape, draped in lush rainforest.

Mount Irau
Mount IrauMount Irau, 39000, Perak, Malaysia

Mount Irau is a high mountain located at Perak. Its summit is 2110 meters, making it the 15th highest mountain in Malaysia. One must hike about three hours to reach Irau from the base of the mountain. It takes around 3-4 hours to reach the peak.

Mount Korbu
Mount KorbuMount Korbu, Perak, Malaysia

Mount Korbu is the highest peak in Titiwangsa Mountains and the second highest mountain in Peninsular Malaysia, standing at 2,813 meters.

Penang Hill
Penang HillBukit Bendera, Pulau Pinang, Malaysia

Hill station comprising of a group of hills offering breathtaking views of the city below.

Puu Jih Syh Temple
Puu Jih Syh Temple90000 Sandakan, Sabah, Malaysia

Puu Jih Shih Temple is a Buddhist temple located at the hilltop of Tanah Merah at Sandakan Bay in Sandakan, Sabah, Malaysia. It is the biggest Buddhist temple in Sandakan

Map of Viewpoints to explore in Malaysia