Malaysians reveal best travel and food spots in their hometowns

Sabahan Britney says he would bring tourists to Kinabalu Park for an enriching nature tour. Photo: Britney Annelle Lim

Malaysia is home to many wonderful states. This often translates to a variety of amazing travel experiences to discover throughout the country.

Peninsular Malaysia has a land mass of 132,149sq km, and the west coast beckons with colonial charm in states such as Penang and Melaka. Pahang, which spreads inward, houses a huge forest reserve.

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