At the Crossroads of Cultures: What to See in Malaysia

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At the Crossroads of Cultures: What to See in Malaysia
The tourist slogan of Malaysia is Truly Asia. You won't find such eclecticism, such a unique mixture of cultures, traditions and customs anywhere else in this part of the world. In Malaysia, China and India meet with Portugal and Britain, colonial houses coexist with wooden huts on stilts, mosques coexist with Christian cathedrals, and all this against the background of lush tropical vegetation. Holidays in this country can overshadow Thailand, Egypt and Turkey taken together by its brightness of impressions, and Travellizy Team will tell you, where exactly to go in Malaysia.   Kuala Lumpur: Skyscrapers and Parks Everyone who travels a lot in Asia inevitably gets to Kuala Lumpur several times a year. One of the largest transport hubs in the world is perfect both for one-day visiting and for staying here for several weeks. In a huge metropolis, everyone will find something to their liking. In the center of Lumpur, make sure to look at Merdeka Square with the Sultan Abdul Samad Building and take a stroll through the surrounding areas. You can do this on foot, or you can take a tourist bus that goes around the main attractions. Taste cupcakes made of the legendary durian in the City Gallery, look at the National Mosque. And if you are interested in the Islamic culture, you will find a stunning Museum of Islamic Art, where you can easily spend half a day looking at the ancient editions of the Koran, weapons and jewelry. Entrance to the museum costs 3 euros. You can feel the color of China and India in the districts of Chinatown and Brickfields, respectively. A bird park is located in the Perdana Botanical Gardens, and one of the largest aquariums in the world is under the famous Petronas Towers. By the way, do not forget about the Petronas Towers themselves, this symbol of modern Malaysia. You can look at them from the park nearby, or you can climb the panoramic bridge between the towers. Not enough skyscrapers? You will find the Menara TV Tower or one of the many rooftop bars.   Malacca: The Modest Charm of a Chinese Shopping Town When visiting Malacca, it’s easy to imagine that you are in China. Moreover, not in modern China, but at the beginning of the last century. Two-story clan mansions with wooden shutters are all painted with hieroglyphs, cafes serve dim sum dumplings and noodle soup. But once you turn around the corner, you will be transported from the Celestial Empire to Holland. St. Peter's Church, St. Xavier's Cathedral, a hill with fortifications and cannons are all evidence of the colonial past of the town. The main attraction of Malacca is Malacca itself. Take a walk along the old streets, look at the clan houses and Chinese temples, which here, like throughout Malaysia, are adjacent to the Hindu ones. It is good to meet the dawn on a Chinese hill called Bukit China, and the sunset - near the mosque on the water. A cruise boat offers great views of the embankment of the Malacca River, and in the city center, you can ride on a jolly rickshaw cart, decorated with all kinds of soft toys. There are a couple of interesting museums in Malacca, including the Kite Museum or the Melaka Sultanate Palace Museum. Double-decker sightseeing buses and an unusual amphibious bus ply the city, which at some point drives off the road directly into the sea and rides tourists across the water. It is most convenient to get to Malacca from Kuala Lumpur, the journey will take only a couple of hours, the ticket will cost from € 2.2.   Cameron Highlands: Cold, Tea and Strawberries Are you tired of equatorial heat? Go to the Cameron Highlands, the high-mountain resort of Malaysia. Many small towns are hidden among the picturesque mountain slopes, smoothly turning into each other. The most popular of them is Tanah Rata, this is where most tourists stay and the most developed infrastructure is. You can blissfully do absolutely nothing in Cameron. There are no architectural beauties or historical places here, only dense jungle and tea plantations. The latter, by the way, is no less picturesque than the famous plantations in Sri Lanka, and you can drink fresh fragrant tea right here, overlooking the neat square bushes. On the slopes of the highlands area, there are many tracking trails. And the main quest for any tourist who finds himself in these parts is to find rafflesia. This is a huge flower, known for its disgusting smell. True, rafflesia blooms rarely and not for long, and finding it without an experienced guide is very difficult.   Penang: Malaysia's Cultural Heritage According to statistics, the island of Penang is one of the most visited tourist destinations in Asia and the most popular destination for wintering people in Malaysia. Indeed, here you can spend several weeks or even months, and every day to discover new facets of the island. In its capital alone, the city of Georgetown, you can wander for hours between ancient mansions (yes, they are Chinese, as in Malacca) and look for hidden graffiti. Or you can go to the national park and find a beach with turtles. Or climb the hill to Kek Lok Temple, the largest Buddhist temple complex in Asia. And Georgetown is considered to be one of the most delicious cities in the world. Street food is turned into a cult here, and if you are squeamish about buying noodles or juices from a trolley, you will find many establishments of Chinese, Indian, Iranian, Japanese and even Russian cuisine. In each hotel in Georgetown, you will be given a free map, which will mark the most interesting places for gastro-tourism. Are you tired of paved streets and stone houses? Feed the monkeys (just be careful) in the Penang Botanic Gardens or climb Penang Hill, it offers breathtaking panoramas of the island. You can rent a car, scooter or bicycle to explore Penang. Please note that in Malaysia, unlike most other countries in Southeast Asia, you may not be able to rent a car without an international driver’s license.   Langkawi: Tropical Paradise Langkawi is very similar to the resort islands of Thailand and is located next to the Thai border. People come here mainly for beach vacations, diving, snorkelling, waterfalls and palm trees. The infrastructure on the island is not very well developed, but there is everything necessary for life. And if you fly here to relax, take a break from work and turn off the Internet for a week, then this is it. The most interesting sights of Langkawi are natural. Visit the Durian Perangin Waterfall, the Temurun Waterfall and the Seven Wells Waterfall, climb Mount Gunung Raya, or take a boat trip to bat caves.   Other Interesting Places For shopping, you should go to Johor Bahru, a metropolis located in the easternmost point of the country. From here, by the way, you can take the bus over the bridge to Singapore. Just first make sure, that you have all the necessary documents for this. Before the Cameron Highlands, there is the city of Ipoh, which is called the food capital of Malaysia. It is from here that white coffee comes from, where Ipoh shrimp soup is cooked as well as signature noodles and many more delicious dishes. In between meals, you can visit the surrounding caves and admire the steep cliffs. For sparsely populated beaches and postcard views, go to the east coast of Malacca. Cities such as Kuantan or Kota Bharu are not as famous as Malacca or Georgetown, but there are far fewer tourists, and there is amazing nature around. If all the previous places have not cooled your researcher's passion and you have enough time, then your choice is the city of Kota Kinabalu, located on the island of Kalimantan. As a bonus, you can visit the small but very interesting state of Brunei.   General Country Tips As in most Southeast Asian countries, Malaysia has an excellent online taxi service, it's called Grab. You can buy bus tickets online, and through the Klook application, you can not only purchase tickets to popular attractions or buy a tour, but also get a very good discount. Prices for food, housing and various services often do not include taxes and fees. Therefore, when booking a hotel or flipping through the menu in a cafe, make sure to check, if there are 10-16% of the allowance there. The daily housing tax is paid only in cash, even if the main cost is from the card. Malaysia is a very multifaceted country, which opens to you differently each time. Someone will be attracted by its unique culture, someone by delicious food or snow-white beaches, but everyone will definitely find his own thing.
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From Pattaya to Phuket: Thailand's Top Beach Resorts
It's a long story talking about the beautiful north of Thailand and describing all the charms of Bangkok, but you can not deny that the country is associated primarily with beaches and the sea. There are really a lot of sea resorts in Tai, and there are both quiet pensioner's places and noisy party beaches among them. Not sure which one to choose? Travellizy will tell you everything right now.   Pattaya: bars and clubs The resort city of Pattaya is, in fact, a suburb of Bangkok, because you can get here from the capital of Thailand in a couple of hours. This place is well known among those, who fly to the country for the unique shows, because it is in Pattaya, that you can see the famous Thai transvestites in large numbers. However, this resort attracts tourists not only with attractive ladyboys. Among some special attractions in Pattaya, one can note the Nong Nooch Tropical Garden with the largest collection of orchids in Thailand, the mansion-palace Baan Sukhavati or "Palace Chicken King", which belongs to a local oligarch, and the Sanctuary of Truth. Entrance to the latter costs 15 euros, and for this money, you can admire the fine wood carvings and make a bunch of spectacular photos on Instagram.  The sea in Pattaya is rather shallow, with gentle slopes, the beaches are clean, although they are very crowded in the season. There is a wide choice of inexpensive modern long term housing, good apartments with a kitchen in a brand new condo can be rented for about 400 euros per month.  The main disadvantage of this resort is its liveliness. This is clearly not a place for those who want to relax in peace and quiet, the party life in Pattaya begins at sunset and ends with dawn or even later. But for avid party-goers and nightclub lovers, this is a perfect place.   Hua Hin: less noise, more sea Have you ever heard anything about the Thai resort of Hua Hin? That's highly unlikely, because it is not so much heard as Krabi or Phuket. But this is one of the oldest sea resorts in the country, which is always popular among local residents. There are not many clubs and discos until dawn, but there are many good budget housing, cafes and restaurants and, of course, the endless blue sea. If a party-goer in Hua Hin can get bored, then a lover of natural attractions and temples will definitely be delighted. These are attraction worth everyone's attention: an unusual boat-shaped temple called Wat Ta Nod Luang, a cave temple Wat Cha-Am, Ngardmau Waterfalls in Palau, Kaeng Krachan Lake. And, of course, snorkeling, diving and fishing are excellent here. Those who fly to Thailand for a relaxing beach holiday will like definitely Hua Hin. You will not be attacked by ladyboys from all sides here, the nearest disco will not interfere with sleep, and even taxi drivers and agents offering tours are somehow unusually calm and quiet.   Samui: an island for senior citizens Koh Samui is considered to be the island for old people because of its calm atmosphere, but there is something to do for lovers of active entertainment too. You just need to know the area, they are very different on the island. Lamai is for those who like a relaxing beach holiday, and Chaweng is for party-goers of all kinds. There are enough interesting places and attractions on the island. You can climb to the Big Buddha standing on the mountain (if you go there by bike, keep in mind that the road is very bad in places), or you can go to Paradise Park, a contact zoo where colourful parrots and shy deer are fed from the hands. For 6 euros, you can rent a moped and go in search of the most beautiful and secluded beach or go to the Temple on the water and feed the carps there. Every day, at different points in Samui, a traditional night market is organized, where souvenirs and street food are sold. Benefits of Koh Samui are a relaxed atmosphere, many beaches with a gentle entrance to the water and developed infrastructure. There are large supermarkets, cinemas, in general, everything you need for a comfortable stay. As for minuses, club life is not as active as in Pattaya or in Phuket, remoteness from mainland Thailand.   Phangan: chill-out and parties On Koh Phangan, you can rent a bungalow in the jungle and fall asleep every night listening to the sound of the surf and the rustle of palm leaves. Also, you can stay in a cool resort with a luxurious pool and breakfast included. Koh Phangan is a neighbouring island of Samui, but wilder, so those who need a minimum of civilization and a maximum of nature move here. But do not worry, round-the-clock minimarkets, cafes and travel agencies can be found here as well. The main attraction of Phangan is its almost untouched nature. It is best to explore it, dissecting the island on a moped and discovering amazing waterfalls, picturesque hills with views and beaches where there is no one but you. You can get to the wildest places of Phangan by boat, hiring a local resident with a boat for several hours or for the whole day. Once a month, an event takes place at Koh Phangan, which attracts tourists from all over the world. This is the Full Moon Party. On the beach, which is a few hundred meters long, the music of different styles does not stop until dawn, people have fun and drink cocktails and smoothies. If you just imagine a huge drunken disco, you should visit the Full Moon Party at least once to understand that you were mistaken. There are two minuses of Koh Phangan - remoteness and not very developed infrastructure. But for those who want to dance on the beach or spend days chilling under a palm tree, this is not a hindrance. However, there is also Internet on the island, so freelancers who want to winter here will also be pleased.   Phuket: chic and gloss The most popular resort in Thailand welcomes all visitors with a huge selection of entertainment and unfavourable prices. Phuket is considered to be the most expensive resort in the country, so you should not fly here for a budget vacation. The highest prices for accommodation and food, traditionally, on the coast, in the island's capital city of Phuket, and you can live for less money in the outback, but then you will meet substantial expenses for a taxi or moped rental. There are a lot of various shows in Phuket. Some of them will delight the whole family, for example, the famous FantaSea, and it’s better not to attend it with children. Bars, clubs, discos are found on the island more often than monkeys in the jungle. Temple lovers should go up to the Big Buddha or visit Wat Chalong Temple. Postcard views can be observed from numerous viewing platforms, for example, from Rank Hill, Karon or Khao Khad. If the island of Phuket has become cramped for you, and clubs and dances mess with your eyes, then you can easily escape from the hustle and bustle to the small islands scattered across the Andaman Sea. The minus in Phuket is the same as in Pattaya - it is a very popular and, accordingly, very crowded resort, where it is very difficult to find deserted beaches. But it is easy to do in the neighbouring province of Krabi.   Krabi: beaches for every taste Krabi's beaches have become famous for their unique cliffs, vertically sticking out from the turquoise water. In these places, The Beach with Leonardo DiCaprio was filmed as well as one of the parts of the Bondiana. Nowadays, you can take a tour from any hotel to James Bond's Island, as well as to a dozen other no less picturesque islands. The most popular of them are the famous islands of Phi Phi. Krabi is a large province, and it is very important to choose the right place of residence during a vacation. The most lively area with a huge number of hotels, cafes and travel agencies is Ao Nang, but in the high season, it is difficult to find a free spot on the beach there. A reasonable compromise between the developed infrastructure and the sparsely populated beach is Nopparat, and the wildest areas are Khlong Muang and the island of Lanta. The farther from the central beach you go, the lower the price of food and accommodation is. Krabi's beaches are a perfect place to relax with children. The sea here is shallow, and the sand is very clean. And the most beautiful sunsets in all of Thailand are also here. In addition to the above locations, there are a number of small islands for a beach holiday in Thailand. This is Koh Chang, Koh Tao, Koh Lipe... Getting to them is not so easy as to the most popular sea resorts in the country, but the reward will be bounty views and the lack of crowds of tourists. And yes, you understood correctly, "Koh" (Ko) is the Thai word for "island".
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The whole city at your feet: the top 10 tallest buildings on the planet
When planning a trip and a route to the most interesting sights of a city, each of you will definitely make your own choice in favor of viewing platforms. Who wouldn't be happy to see the whole city at a glance. A bird's eye view opens up completely different fabulous pictures and landscapes. Such rises up the town hall or castle are very delighted. If you are much luckier and there are skyscrapers in the city you are in, this attraction is gaining even greater momentum in impressions! Travellizy will tell you about the tallest buildings on the planet. Perhaps among these lucky cities, you will see the one you are going to in the nearest future. Of course, it is immediately worth noting that these unique structures are definitely worth a separate must-see list.   10 tallest buildings on the planet For half a century, from 1931 to 1972, the tallest building in the world was the Empire State Building in New York. Today, this skyscraper is not even included in the top 45 of the tallest buildings, as it is in the 50th place on the list. The list of the tallest buildings in the world includes ultra-tall structures with a height of 350 meters and more. At the end of 2019, there were 73 such skyscrapers in the world. The 10 leaders of the world's tallest built and upcoming buildings look like this:   1. Burj Khalifa Location: United Arab Emirates, Dubai Height: 828 m Number of storeys: 163 Building completion: 2010 It's a multifunctional and the tallest building in the world. Inside the complex, there are offices, hotels, apartments, restaurants. The highest observation deck called At the Top is located at an altitude of 472 meters. On the 124th floor, there is an open observation deck, fenced with glass panels. On the 125th floor, there is a closed observation deck. Admission is $ 39. Tickets are usually sold out at least a week in advance. We highly recommend buying tickets to the observation deck as early as possible. You can do this on Burj Khalifa's official website.    2. Tokyo Skytree Location: Japan, Tokyo Height: 634 m Number of storeys: 29 Construction completion: 2012 The tower is mainly used for digital television and radio broadcasting, mobile telephony and navigation systems. In addition, it is a very popular tourist attraction. On the upper floors, there are two viewing platforms: at an altitude of 350 and 450 meters. Entrance ticket to the observation deck costs $ 17.   3. Shanghai Tower Location: China, Shanghai Height: 632 m Number of storeys: 128 Construction completion: 2015 It's the tallest building in East Asia and the tallest building in China. Inside the tower, there are shops, hotels, restaurants. The restaurant spinning on its axis is very popular. Resting here, visitors can not only treat themselves to delicious dishes, but also enjoy constantly different panoramas of the city. The lower floor of the tower is dedicated to the historical museum. The tower has several viewing platforms. The world's fastest elevator takes visitors to the 118th floor. At an altitude of 546 meters, there is a closed observation deck with a gorgeous view of 360 degrees. A ticket to the observation deck will cost $ 29.   4. Abraj Al Bait Location: Saudi Arabia, Mecca Height: 601 m Number of storeys: 120 Construction completion: 2012  It's the tallest hotel in the world, as well as the building with the largest and highest clocks in the world. The diameter of the clock is 43 meters: the clockwise is 17 meters, the minute hand is 22. At night, the clock face is illuminated and visible at a distance of 30 kilometers. Abraj al-Beit Towers accommodate a hotel, shopping arcade and garage for more than 800 cars. Those who want to see Mecca from a height have several options. For a perfect romantic dinner, you can reserve a table by the window in the tower restaurant and enjoy views. In addition, it is possible to rent one of the rooms with panoramic windows. In the towers of Abraj al-Beit, there is an interesting Islamic museum and a center for observing the moon, which are also open to all visitors.   5. Ping An International Finance Centre Location: China, Shenzhen Height: 599.1 m Number of storeys: 115 Construction completion: 2017 It's the tallest office building in the world. Ping An International Finance Centre has one of the highest viewing platforms in the world. It is located at an altitude of 550 meters. An adult entry ticket to the observation deck costs $ 30.   6. Goldin Finance 117 Location: China, Tianjin Height: 596.6 m Number of storeys: 128 Construction completion: 2020 год.  Another name for it is China 117 Tower. Construction began in 2009, with completion scheduled for 2020. Inside the building, it is planned to accommodate a large hotel, as well as premises for offices, restaurants and shops.   7. Lotte World Tower Location: Korea, Seoul Height: 554.5m Number of storeys: 123 Construction completion: 2016 It's the tallest building on the Korean peninsula. In the tower, there is a large concert hall, galleries, restaurants, a large shopping center and an elite hotel. On the 120th floor, there is an observation deck. It consists of three huge floors. The 123rd floor is located at an altitude of 485 meters. On one of the floors of the site, you can stroll across the transparent glass floor, which will definitely thrill you. The cost of admission to the observation deck of the Lotte World Tower is $ 24.   8. One World Trade Center Location: USA, New York Height: 541.3 m Number of storeys: 94 Construction completion: 2014 It's the tallest building in the USA and the Western Hemisphere. 14 years after the tragedy of September 11, the new One World Trade Center tower opened its doors to visitors in May 2015. This is a whole complex, which includes the OWTC building (Freedom Tower), a museum and a 9/11 memorial, in the form of 2 huge fountains-waterfalls, located on the site of two twin towers. The perimeters of these fountains are engraved with the names of all the victims who suffered during the attack. The building of One World Trade Center is declared not only as the highest, but also as the safest. At the top of the skyscraper, there is the observation deck called One World Observatory. Entrance fee is $ 32. Getting to the observation deck is a fascinating attraction. The elevator is equipped with three screens, which shows the history of New York during the rise to the 102nd floor.   9. Guangzhou CTF Finance Centre Location: China, Guangzhou Height: 530 m Number of storeys: 111 Construction completion: 2016 The complex consists of two towers. The east tower has a height of 530 m, the west tower is its twin building with a height of 437.5 m. The triangular shape of both skyscrapers allows you to minimize wind loads, make the towers more stable and save building materials. The total area of the Guangzhou CTF Finance Centre is 400 thousand square meters. Here are shops, cinemas, apartments and a huge hotel. The underground parking can accommodate 1705 cars. There is an observation deck on the top floor of the east tower, which offers incredible views of the city and the Pearl River.   10. Tianjin CTF Finance Centre Location: China, Tianjin Height: 530m Number of storeys: 97 Construction completion: 2019 It's an office skyscraper with the fastest double-decker elevators in the world. The facade of the skyscraper consists of 14,000 fragments arranged in a checkerboard pattern. The building houses offices, apartments, hotel rooms, shops and restaurants. At an altitude of 308 meters, there is a viewing platform with a 360 ° view angle to the city. Knocking on heaven's door is not difficult at all - choose a skyscraper, take a high-speed elevator and you are there. The whole city is at your feet!
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