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George town (UNESCO World Heritage City)

George Town was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 2008. This bustling capital has over 200 years of history and culture, which can be best observe in its historic core. Buildings of historical and architectural interest as well as cultural practices that have been handed down from the previous …

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Mulu National Park (A UNESCO World Heritage Site)

One of the most outstanding attractions in Sarawak, Gunung Mulu National Park is a treasure trove of vertical cliffs, jagged limestone pinnacles and intricate cave networks. The area is a paradise for researchers with some 20,000 animals and 3,500 plant species. Tours and caving expeditions are available from the park …

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Mount Kinabalu Park (Malaysia’s first UNESCO World Heritage Site)

Standing majestically at a height of 4,095.2m, Mount Kinabalu is the highest peak in Southeast Asia. It is situated in Kinabalu Park, a wonderland of ecological treasures covering some 754sq km. The diversity of plant life in Kinabalu Park ranges over four climatic zones. Over 5,000 types of flowering plants …

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