The national mosque of Malaysia offers awe-inspiring Islamic architecture of incredible geometric patterns, impressive sculptures, and striking water features. Especially for a non-muslim, touring this holy place affords a renewed appreciation of the beauty of Islam and Malaysia.
In 2007 Langkawi became the first UNESCO Global Geopark in South-East Asia. Unforgettable shell-sand beaches, tropical rainforest, misty mountains, and abundant wildlife give Langkawi it's nickname the "Jewel of Kedah."
Dedicated to Lord Murugan, these monkey-filled limestone caves are a must-see during a visit to Kuala Lumpur. After you hike up the 272 steps, the massive tree-covered skylight gleans upon the interior temples.