Located approximately 180 kilometers north of Kuala Lumpur, Ipoh, a clean and beautiful city, is the capital of Negeri Perak and the fourth largest city in Malaysia. Ipoh is known as “City of Tinstone” due to its rich tin ore, and also known as a “Mountainous City” because of rocky mountains around it. It was listed as the best tourist destination in Asia with picturesque scenery.
Johor Bahru, the capital of Johor and about 300 kilometers away from Kuala Lumpur, is located at the southernmost tip of Malay Peninsula, and the biggest city on coastline of Malaysia. The city and Singapore are separated by Johor Strait. It boasts of convenient transportation and prosperous tourism industry.
Pulau Langkawi, 30 kilometers away from Perlis Port and 51 kilometers from Kedah Port, is located on the northwestern shore of the Malay Peninsula. Consisting of 99 tropical islands, Pulau Langkawi is named by its main island -- Langkawi. It boasts of beautiful scenery and beaches, spectacular waterfalls and caves, verdant forests and a wide variety of wildlife. Daily flights from Kuala Lumpur to Langkawi are available through Malaysia Airlines and Asian Airlines. In addition, you can take a train or car from Kuala Lumpur to Alor Setar or Perlis and then take a ferry there.
Kota Kinabalu, capital of Sabah, is a world-famous tourist destination in Malaysia due to its beautiful natural and cultural scenery, and the reputation of “City under the Wind”. Kinabalu Park is high on Mount Kinabalu in the city, which is the highest mountain in Southeast Asia. With an altitude of 4,095.2 meters, the mountain is regarded as resting place of ancestors of local indigenous.