Waterfalls are one of the major tourists attractions in Malaysia and have been tirelessly running streams vertically in such a powerful force, the sounds of the pounding water on the rocks is very relaxing and therapeutic to some. Others would like to dip in the cool waters of the waterfall, surrounded by rocks of various shapes and sizes, and immerse themselves in the wonders of relaxation water can do to people.
The calming effects of water are so intense. It's always fun to have a picnic at waterfalls. If cascading falls and running streams are your cup of tea, then you should visit places such as Kanching Falls (Kuala Lumpur), Ulu Bendol (Negeri Sembilan) or Lata Kijang (Perak). However, if you prefer rivers, you should note that Malaysia's longest river can be found in Sarawak, and it's called Sungei Rajang.
This attractive park combines dense jungle with landscaped gardens, formal arrangements, camping grounds, chalets, fountains, jogging tracks, hiking trails and other amenities to give visitors an idyllic choice for a greenery-clothed gateway.
Considered one of the most beautiful islands in the world, Tioman is a marine park that has spectacular reefs. The island is blessed with lovely beaches, waterfalls and rugged rainforests that are ideal for trekking and rock climbing.