You may have already read our first post sharing some epic adventures in Malaysia, (if not make sure that you do!) So, we decided to give you a part 2 of awesome escapades in Malaysia!
11. Enjoy Wreck Diving in Redang
Dive into Redang’s cerulean waters and explore a Vietnamese shipwreck for some thrilling action.
12. Eat eat EAT
The Malaysian cuisine is as diverse as its people. Be sure to try the local delicacies from the night markets as well!
13. Wash an Elephant
Get acquainted with elephants in Kuala Gandah. Eat, wash and play with these majestic species during your stay in Malaysia.
14. Climb a Coconut Tree
Escape to Penang and climb your way to the top of a coconut tree and pick your own delicious coconut.
15. Visit a Wild Orchid Garden
Visit the Wild Orchid centre with over 3000 varieties and 800 unique species of orchids in the heart of KL. Enjoy the explosions of colours and scents in the wild garden.
16. Kayak in Mangrove Forest
Enjoy a unique 5-hour eco-tour with a striking mangrove scenery on a guided kayaking adventure in Langkawi as see more of the island’s wilderness.
17. Headhunter’s Trail & Iban Longhouse
Go on a headhunter’s trail and explore the show caves of Mulu National Park. Entice yourself with a mix of jungle trekking, upriver travel and even spend the night at an Iban longhouse.
18. Enjoy a Fresh Coconut
Drink a fresh coconut for a refreshing feel whilst relaxing on the beach in Malaysia’s heat! Make sure to eat the inside of the coconut it’s soft and delicious.
19. Swim with Sharks
Swim and snorkel with black tip reef sharks in Pulau Paya, don’t worry they’re completely harmless. There are also hundreds of tropical fish for you to get acquainted with!
20. Stay in a Cave
Go on a three hour a hike to Gua Nasib Bagus (Good Luck Cave), before the spending the night at Sarawak Chamber, the largest cave chamber in the world!
Ready for round 2 and have your own adventures in Malaysia?
If you’re visiting Malaysia and need to book a hotel, check out this Malaysia country guide for Muslim travellers that also has a Qibla map and a prayer time calendar so you don’t miss your prayer.