We all know how much we are addicted to selfie nowadays. Keeping the theme selfie in mind, we recommend you 10 beautiful places in Malaysia where you can take selfie or groufie with your loved ones.
Take a look at these places & visit to take selfies & groufies:
- World’s tallest twin towers – Petronas Twin Towers, Kuala Lumpur
Towering at 451.9m above street level, this world-renowned icon is currently the world’s tallest twin structure and fifth tallest skyscraper. The skybridge that links the two towers is also the world’s highest two-storey bridge, doubling up as a superb viewing platform. The 88-storey building features glass and steel on the outside, and a traditionally-inspired interior, reflecting Malaysia’s aspirations in moving forward while maintaining its national identity. Taking a selfie here will surely will make you look more toller…He He
- BBKLCC, Kuala Lumpur
Featured as the world’s fourth best shopping city in CNNGo, Kuala Lumpur is indeed a shopper’s paradise. Case in point: Three of the world’s 10 largest malls are in KL, while year-round sales offer the best bang for your buck.
The BBKLCC stretch from Bukit Bintang to Kuala Lumpur City Centre, in particular, will leave you spoilt for choice with its abundant fashion, food and entertainment options. Lose yourself in the huge selection of local and international brands available across nine signature malls within the area. The shopping district is also well-connected via a covered pedestrian walkway and an efficient network of public transportation.
Selfie with Nice view, awesome shopping malls will make you look cool.
- The gastronomic hunt – Jalan Alor, Kuala Lumpur
Located in the heart of Kuala Lumpur, Jalan Alor is one of Malaysia’s most popular food haunts. Relatively quiet during the day, the street is transformed into a bustling outdoor food court when the sun goes down. Hawkers fire up their woks as hungry customers start piling in, sitting on makeshift tables and chairs lined by the roadside.
Selfie with your food here will make you feel special, so go for it.
- A kaleidoscope of culture – Central Market, Chinatown and Little India, Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur’s cultural enclaves are some of the city’s most popular tourist hotspots. Central Market, a prominent heritage landmark with its 1930s Art Deco style, is a great place to find local arts and crafts. Just down the road, Chinatown is a bustling cultural and shopping spot, with a number of heritage buildings, clan houses and temples. Meanwhile, the lively Little India in Brickfields offers a glimpse into the lifestyle of the Indian community, from its colourful clothing to fiery curries.
Selfie with cultural touch will make you look traditional.
- Entertainment that never stops – Genting Highlands, Pahang
Perched on top of Ulu Kali Mountain at some 1,800m above sea level, Genting Highlands is a one-stop hill resort with hotels, theme parks, a casino and a number of entertainment, dining and retail options. Its cool climate and close proximity to Kuala Lumpur – approximately an hour’s drive – make it a popular highland getaway among city folks. Genting Highlands is also Malaysia’s only licensed on-land gambling spot.
Selfie with hills & resorts will be just wow…
- Heritage trails and hawker food – George Town, Penang
Awarded the prestigious title of UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2008, the lively capital of Penang has over 200 years of history and cultural heritage under its belt. Well-preserved colonial buildings and historical architecture draw in the art buffs, while traditional trades, handed down from generation to generation, ensure that age-old culture remains intact. George Town is also renowned for its mouth-watering food, attracting steady streams of foodies from around the world to its warm shores.
Here it’s like taking selfie with your inner peace. The place is calm & cool
- Mystery, myth, legend – Langkawi, Kedah
Part of an archipelago of 99 tropical islands just off the coast of Kedah, Langkawi Island is as much shrouded in age-old myths and legends as it is filled with natural beauty. It was accorded the Global Geopark status by UNESCO in 2007 for its diverse and astounding geological heritage, which dates back to more than 500 million years. Langkawi is also a popular duty-free destination.
An adventurous Selfie to show how brave you are….
- Scale new heights – Kinabalu Park, Sabah
A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Kinabalu Park is home to Malaysia’s highest mountain and one of Southeast Asia’s highest peaks, Mount Kinabalu. A favourite destination among adventurous souls keen to scale its heights, the view from Mount Kinabalu’s summit is often described as second to none. The park is also a wonderland of ecological treasures filled with thousands of plant and animal species, including a large number of endemic species.
Selfie with nature is just beautiful
- Underwater universe – Sipadan Island, Sabah
Rated as one of the world’s top diving sites, Sipadan Island boasts a truly magical and breathtaking underwater experience. Situated at the heart of the Indo-Pacific Basin, the centre of the world’s richest marine habitat, the oceanic island is surrounded by several exciting dive spots such as the Hanging Gardens, Barracuda Point and the Turtle Cavern. One of its most thrilling features (and certainly not for the faint-hearted) is the Drop Off, where knee-high water suddenly gives way to a 600m drop.
Selfie with water, underground, aquatic animals….Ohhhh
- Mangrove swamps and orange utans – Kabili-Sepilok Nature Reserve, Sabah
Named after two rivers that flow through it, the Kabili-Sepilok Nature Reserve is home to an interesting and diverse array of wildlife and vegetation, consisting mainly of Dipterocarp and mangrove forests. There are several nature trails that lead through the forest, taking you from tropical highland forest to lowland mangrove swamps. The reserve is also home to the world-famous Sepilok Orang Utan Rehabilitation Centre, where you get to see this endearing species up close and learn more about them.
These are some wonderful places we have listed for you to take your selfie or groufie
Let us know where you are travelling this weekend to take your selfie?