21 Alluring Photos of Malaysia That are Sure to Bewitch Your Mind and Heart

Warning: the photos you are about to view will make you fall deeply in love with Malaysia!

WARNING: The following article contains breathtaking photos and infatuation images designed to captivate hearts. Readers may experience the following conditions: a sense of wanderlust and an unexplainable sensation of admiration.

If you do not wish to fall senselessly in love with Malaysia, you should probably close the tab now.

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Don’t say I didn’t warn you. Here are 21 photos of Malaysia which are sure to leave your head buzzing with excitement.

1. Let’s start with a night view of Malaysia’s iconic PETRONAS Twin Towers

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2. A panoramic view of the capital, Kuala Lumpur, as the city transitions from day to night

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3. And then there’s the alluring night sky of Penang

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4. The famous Kek Lok Si Temple in Penang which comes alive during the Lunar New Year

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5. I won’t mention how clear and pristine the water is on Pom Pom Island, Sabah

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6. Heavenly scenery on Perhentian Island

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7. A lovely sunset at Batu Ferringhi Beach, Penang

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8. Breathtaking view at the summit of Mount Kinabalu

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9. The serenely beautiful Crystal Mosque in Kuala Terengganu

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10. No, this isn’t a photo of New Zealand; this is Cameron Highlands

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11. The charming Botanical Gardens in Penang

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12. Colmar Tropicale, the beautiful French-themed village in Bukit Tinggi

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13. A relaxing view of the Malacca River as it flows around the town

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14. Let’s not forget the Sarawak River which flows through the Kuching City Centre

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15. A majestic stone formation at Bako National Park, Sarawak

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16. The limestone pinnacles in Sarawak’s Gunung Mulu National Park are quite a sight to behold!

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17. Just keep swimming, swimming, swimming (Sipadan Island)

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18. The famous Chinatown on Petaling Street

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19. The scenic Kanching Rainforest Waterfalls in Kuala Lumpur

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20. The diversity of its people is also another enthralling aspect of Malaysia

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21. And last, but not least: what is Malaysia without its mouth-watering street food? (Hint: resistance is futile)

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Also read: 20 Reasons Why Malaysia is a Horrible Place to Travel

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Darren Yeoh

Darren enjoys the finer things in life and loves exploring unfamiliar places on foot, guided with nothing but instinct and a good-old fashioned map. He enjoys cultural experiences and exciting adventures and is not a stranger to travelling alone. When he's not putting his travel experiences into words, he's probably sitting behind his laptop, planning his upcoming adventure.

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