Diving: While its true that Malaysia is not as popular a diving destination as its neighboring nation Thailand it still houses astounding variety of marine life. Perhentian Islands, Tioman Island and of course Sipadan, which claims to be the world’s best dive site.
Trekking: Exploring Malaysia on foot gives you the additional benefit of witnessing firsthand the many wonders that will remain hidden to fast passed travellers. Another beautiful aspect of Malaysia is that it provides enough areas to explore in both land and sea.
Nature Calling: It is just a pun to tell you that Malaysia is abundant in teeming forests, wildlife and other natural bounties. It has the Taman Negara forest which is said to be one of the world’s oldest jungles and one of the best preserved rainforests in the world.
High range: One of the must – see places in Malaysia includes the Gunung Brinchang, Mossy Forest, Parit Waterfalls, Butterfly Farm, and Robinson Waterfall.
These are but a few of the fun filled activities one could enter into in Malaysia and now travelling to Malaysia could not be any more easier with establishments like ‘VisaMalaysia’ providing Malaysian Visas for Indians at unimaginably low rates.