Malaysia Is A Wonderland For Ardent Adventurers

Post by Uzma Kidwai | Oct 25, 2016

If you think adventure is dangerous, try routine. It is lethal. A lovely thought by a wise man who somewhere new the importance of exploring new things and taking the risk in life. After all, your life is also a journey of risk and adventures, right? So my today’s feature is thoroughly dedicated to all adventure lovers. 

You know the best part of adventurers I like is that they are decisive, and have keen eyes spotting their next target. So I’ve decided to suggest all the crazy travelers a place which can excite them and make them yes, this is it!!!

It’s Malaysia! Yup, a land, with ineradicable biodiversity and picturesque surroundings. For those who find a chance to indulge into daredevil stuff will love this place, which has got endless crazy options such as hiking, camping, mountaineering and others. 

Happy to hear? I know that many of you must not have thought of Malaysia, being a hub for adventurers but trust me it is a place that would fill in your heart with joy and excitement and you can’t get enough of it!

Earlier, I have updated you about the top-spots of Malaysia and things to do in the picturesque tropical land of Southeast Asia, which is an assortment of culture, people, food, and scenic sights. 

Malaysia is definitely a place to discover and achieve your desire of hardcore adventures. Whether you are a water sports fan or love to kiss the heights way above the sea level, there is something for all. 

Even nature lovers here get a chance to soak up their eyes in the most exotic and gorgeous locations catching a glimpse of enormous species. 

Alright, coming back to adventure let me tell you some places that are impeccable spots to experience craziness!!! So all set to feel the thrill? Come along. 

Gunung Mulu National Park

Also, the termed as the World Heritage site by UNESCO, Gunung Mulu National Park is your place adventurers. In this National Park, you will find one of the longest cave networks in the world. 

Do you know that the caves have the capacity to accommodate forty Boeing 747 airplanes? Not only this, the world’s biggest cave passages, Deer Cave, which could accommodate five St. Paul’s Cathedrals! That’s news to you, right?

You can see bats there while visiting as it’s the home millions of bats which are seen flying in the jungle nearby. Hmmm, an interesting spot, isn’t it?

Cameron Highlands

How about hiking 1500 meters above sea-level? Cool idea for anyone who loves to witness height and adventure but you know what here in the Cameron Highlands you can even experience the beauty of greenery as its surrounded by the tea gardens. 

There you will get to walk through sprawling tea plantations and strawberry farms. Oops, did I miss the honey bees prevailing there!

Mount Kinabalu on the Via Ferrata

Those who have vertigo dare try the Mount Kinabalu on the Via Ferrata. This is the world’s highest ‘iron road’ and a series of rungs, rails and cables help you to ascend the rock face on this mountain path. This road leads you around 3,800m above the land.

Taman Negara National Park

This park protects the oldest rainforests in the world, estimated to be over 130 million years old. It nestles tigers, macaques and birdlife, as well as the enormous flowers of the rafflesia plant. You can explore the jungle on foot or take a boat ride to catch a glimpse of the rare species of plant and animals. Indeed, a place for nature lovers!

Pulau Kulup National Park

Okay, this park is a bit spooky! Why? It is believed that this Island was once the home of five celestial princesses, one of whom ran off with a sailor. After which the island was cursed and it sank beneath the waves. However, later it re-emerged but was covered with mangroves. It is said the island cannot be successfully settled because spirits still live here! So brave hearts, are you ready to explore this eerie land?

Hmmm, I am tired now roaming along with you let’s take a break.  So for now, I end this journey here but promise to be back with some more interesting spots undiscovered by you all!

Till we meet next continue your explorations and adventure!