A place steeped in Malay traditions, Terengganu is the epitome of rustic charm with quaint fishing villages and a rich cultural heritage. Referred to as ‘Gem of the East Coast’, the state is well-known not just for its quality craftmanship of its wood and silver products, it is also famed for its scenic, sandy beaches and picturesque off shore islands, which are considered some of the most beautiful in the world. Charming and graceful, Terengganu captures the heart and the imagination.

Kenyir Lake

Tasik Kenyir is the largest man-made lake in Southeast Asia, spanning 260,000 hectares. This vast lake with 340 islands, is fringed by dense rainforest which is a treasure trove of flora and fauna. With amazing scenery, ‘forest bathing’ through trekking trails should be a nature lover's magnet.

Taman Tamadun Islam

Taman Tamadun Islam or The Islamic Civilization Park is an outdoor edutainment park featuring the glory of the Islamic civilization as its theme. Located in Terengganu, it prides itself in giving visitors a chance to visit and learn about historic monuments from around the world.

Pasar Payang

The Central Market, locally known as Pasar Payang, is located by the Terengganu River and is one of the most popular tourist spots in Kuala Terengganu. Housed in a modern building, it offers visitors a variety of traditional handicrafts such as batik, silk, songket, brocade and brassware, as well as fresh produce.

Terengganu State Museum

The Terengganu State Museum Complex houses century old artefacts and artworks of rich and colourful heritage. Located on 27 hectares of land in Bukit Losong, Kuala Terengganu, the 4 complexes itself are an impressive architectural feat, based on the designs of Terengganu's old palace. The State Museum holds pride of place as the largest museum in Malaysia. You should not miss it when in Kuala Terengganu.

Pulau Redang

Pulau Redang, located 45km off the coast of Kuala Terengganu, is the largest of a group of nine protected islands dotting the South China Sea off the Terengganu coast. The island offers crystal clear waters and numerous dive sites for enthusiasts. Sheltered within the Pulau Redang Marine Park, the waters here are rich in marine life. At midday when sun rays penetrate the sea, brilliant hues of coral, anemones and fish can be seen.

Tengku Tengah Zaharah Mosque

Tengku Tengah Zaharah Mosque (Masjid Terapung) is built on a floating platform, giving it a unique perspective from all facets. It sits snuggly on the estuary of Terengganu River and its modern architecture is due to the ingenuity of one of the princes in Terengganu.



One of the country’s most prosperous and developed states, Selangor has many top tourist attractions. Known as the ‘Gateway to Malaysia’ it offers an extensive network of airline, sea and rail connections to explore the rest of Malaysia.

Batu Caves

Batu Caves is an iconic and popular tourist attraction in Selangor. Site of a Hindu temple and shrine, Batu Caves attracts thousands of worshippers and tourists, especially during the annual Hindu festival, Thaipusam. A limestone outcrop located just north of Kuala Lumpur, its main attraction is the large statue of the Hindu God Lord Murugan at the entrance, besides a steep 272-step climb up its steps to finally view the stunning skyline of Kuala Lumpur’s city centre. Monkeys frolic around the caves, and it is a popular spot for rock climbing enthusiasts too. Batu Caves is a place where you should not miss in your visit to Malaysia.

Kuala Selangor Fireflies

Kuala Selangor, a coastal village northwest of Kuala Lumpur, is renowned for watching fireflies. An evening/night cruise along the Selangor river will allow you to spot the fireflies (kelip-kelip in Malay) really up close and personal as they stay and feed the leaves of the ‘Berembang’ trees. It is said that this is one of the biggest firefly colonies in the world.

Forest Research Institute of Malaysia (FRIM)

FRIM offers a back-to-nature experience and the remains of an old Orang Asli settlement. The waterfall and river that flows through this highly accessible forest reserve gives cool respite from the tropical heat, and is ideal for forest walking and nature appreciation.

There are four jungle tracks: Keruing Trail, Rover Track, Engkabang Trail and Salleh Trail, all of which will take visitors through some spectacular secondary jungle..

Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah Mosque - Blue Mosque

The Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah Mosque in Shah Alam is one of the most impressive structures in the country. Commonly referred to as the 'Blue Mosque', it boasts the one of tallest minarets and the largest dome in the world. Reflecting a stunning architecture which combines traditional and modern elements, with Middle Eastern Ottoman and Malay designs, the ‘History Channel’ has remarked favourably on its awe-inspiring calligraphy that adorn its walls.


i-City located in Shah Alam, Selangor is known as the city of digital lights. It is recognised at the first lightscape tourism destination in Malaysia with state-of- the-art LED technology showcase. This digital city includes trendy shopping streets, wax museums and a theme park to cater to visitors looking for a place to unwind.

Sky Mirror Kuala Selangor

Sasaran Beach is located 1.74 nautical miles off the coast of the fishing village of Jeram in Selangor, in the middle of the Straits of Malacca sea. What makes it unique is that this beach is only accessible twice a month ie during the new moon and full moon periods. It is when the tide is ideal that this “Secret Island” sand bar emerges to yield Malaysia’s very own “Salar de Uyuni”. Sasaran Beach is also better known as “Mirror in the Sky” in Malay. The shallow waters of this Secret Island reflects the sky in all its glory, thus creating many photo opportunities, with wefies & selfies to share.



Also known as ‘Land of Hornbills’, Sarawak is the largest state in Malaysia. Magical and mystical, Sarawak’s vast green landscape is filled with a wealth of natural assets that include intricate cave systems, exotic wildlife and verdant rainforests, which contain some of the most diverse and well-preserved ecosystems in the world. Populated by at least 28 ethnic groups, Sarawak is a potpourri of di different cultures and lifestyles.

Gunung Mulu National Park

Mulu Caves National Park is home to one of the longest networks of caves in the world. Here lies the worlds largest underground chamber, the Sarawak Chamber, capable of accommodating forty Boeing 747 airplanes. In Mulu, you will also find one of the world's biggest cave passage, Deer Cave, which can fit five cathedrals the size of Saint Paul's in London.

Batang Ai

Batang Ai is a special place where visitors can both experience the Borneo rainforest and learn about Iban cultural traditions. The local communities have a vibrant living culture with a fascinating history that they are keen to share with the world. The area is also home to the most significant population of orangutan in Sarawak. These assets plus the abundant natural features of clear rivers, verdant rainforests and iconic wildlife make this a destination for the consummate traveller.

Cat Museum

Cat museum covers an area of 1,035.9 square meters on top of the hill called 'Bukit Siol' which stands 60 meters above the sea level with beautiful sceneries overlooking the beautiful city of Kuching.

Bako National Park

Sarawak's oldest national park established in 1957, covers a modest 27 sq. km., and is about 37km from Kuching. It is known for its extraordinary natural scenery, habitats, plants and wild life. Its most significant features are secluded coves and rugged rocky headlands with magnificent steep cliffs that overlook the South China Sea.

Medan Niaga Satok

Medan Niaga Satok is the biggest market in Kuching. It has an assortment of products ranging from vegetables, fruits, taditional snacks to crafts. This brand new structure replaces the old Satok Weekend Market. Medan Niaga Satok has five main complexes housing a farmer's market, a wet and dry market, a plaza, a cafeteria as well as a food court.

Sarawak Cultural Village

Known as the 'Living Museum', the Cultural Village was set up to preserve and showcase Sarawak's cultural heritage. It is the perfect place to get introduced to local culture and lifestyle. Sprawled across 17 acres, there are about 150 people living in the village, demonstrating traditional daily activities from Sarawak's diverse tribes like the processing of sago and the making of handicrafts. They wear traditional costumes and also put on dances for visitors.

Kuching Waterfront

Kuching Waterfront, which lines the south bank of Sarawak River, is the place to sample the city’s cosmopolitan vibes. During the daytime, it offers scenic views of the Astana, Fort Margherita and the Malay kampungs across the river; but night-time is when it really comes alive! It seems like half of the city is out meeting friends, watching a show, or just shooting the breeze. For something different, why not try jetty-hopping along the river on the local Penambang boats, and savour the different sights, sounds (and delicacies!) between the two riverbanks.



Sabah is home to many natural wonders and attractions. Also known as ‘Land Below The Wind’, the state is made up of enchanting tropical islands and lush virgin rainforests, making it the perfect destination for eco-adventures. Sabah is perhaps most well-known for its icon, Mount Kinabalu, while its island of Sipadan is internationally recognised as one of the world’s best diving destinations. Rich in culture and traditions, Sabah’s population consists of over 30 different ethnic communities.

Sipadan Island

Rising 700m from the sea floor and at only 12ha., Malaysia's sole oceanic island is very small in size. A 25-minute walk is all that is needed to circle the island on foot, but the huge amount of diverse marine life it attracts from the blackness of the open sea is simply mindblowing. Surrounded by crystal clear waters, this crown jewel is a treasure trove of some of the most amazing species out there.

Monkey Tops Safari

The Monkey Tops Safari is accessible by highway and takes about 1 hour and 30 minutes to get to. Besides the abundance of mangrove tress found in the Klias Wetland Peninsula, this wetland forest is enriched with vegetation and wildlife such as the Proboscis Monkeys, Long Tail Macaques, crocodiles, fireflies and many species of birds.

Rainforest Discovery Centre

The Rainforest Discovery Centre (RDC) in Sepilok, Sandakan is part of the Kabili-Sepilok Forest Reserve – home to the Sepilok Orang Utan Rehabilitation Centre. Located in Sabah, it is one of the state's most popular environmental education (EE) centres today. Take a stroll through the forest or walk along the 147- metre long canopy walkway and enjoy a spectacular view of the beautiful rainforest - 28 metres above ground.

North Borneo Cruises

North Borneo Cruises aim to dazzle you with breathtakingly scenic cruises like no other, complete with lavish dinners and buffet meals. Pass by water villages and tropical island paradises, and savour the enjoyable experience while wining and dining. The perfect evening continues with a cruise by Kota Kinabalu’s delightful waterfront, well lit by city lights from the numerous eateries and entertainment spots.

Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park

Located just a 10- to 20- minute speedboat ride away from Sabah's capital, Kota Kinabalu, the Tunku Abdul Rahman Marine Park comprises of a cluster of five idyllic islands spread over 4,929 hectares, of which two-thirds is sea.

Mt Kinabalu Via Ferrata

Via ferrata (or iron road in Italian), is a mountain path consisting of a series of rungs, rails and cables embracing the rock face. There are more than 300 via ferrata routes around the world and the world's highest via ferrata, can now be found on Mount Kinabalu in Malaysia, whereby the highest point starts at 3,400 m and ends at 3,800 m. This is the first time that the sport of via ferrata climbing is being introduced in Asia.



Known as Malaysia’s administrative capital, Putrajaya is also nicknamed the country’s ‘Intelligent Garden City’.

Possessing a refreshingly different urban landscape, the city is a planned combination of nature and state-of-the-art infrastructure. Driving around Putrajaya is a feast for the eyes as it is filled with eye-catching architecture and bridges, with designs ranging from the futuristic to the classic.

Putrajaya Cruise

Putrajaya lake is in the heart of the administration city, and visitors can take a leisure cruise on the lake. One can view stunning vistas of the surrounding areas from the cruise, including the Putrajaya Mosque, Putrajaya Bridge as well as several government administrative buildings. Visitors can opt to sail the lake on a passenger cruise boat, which is a great option in the day or spectacularly at night!

Putrajaya Botanical Garden (Taman Botani)

The Putrajaya Botanical Garden covers an area over 92 hectares. It is the largest botanical grounds in Malaysia. The park is divided into three sections - flowers, ornamental plants and preservation/research purposes. The garden currently has more than 700 species of flowering plants from over 90 countries including the Asia-Pacific and Africa regions.

Palace of Justice

The Istana Kehakiman or Palace of Justice is a majestic building with classical Islamic influences, and houses the judicial department and courts. The complex comprises a five- storey building for the judiciary and a two-storey building for the courts and offices.

Putra Mosque

The pink-domed Putra Mosque is constructed with rose-tinted granite and can accommodate 15,000 worshippers at any one time. The basement wall of the mosque resembles that of the King Hassan Mosque in Casablanca, Morocco. The mosque consists of three main functional areas - the prayer hall, the Sahn, or courtyard, and various learning facilities and function rooms.

Wetlands Park

Birdwatching in the Wetlands is an interesting and popular pastime. So grab your binoculars and flock down to Putrajaya Wetlands Park for a day of birdwatching! As one of the largest man-made freshwater wetlands in the tropics, the Putrajaya Wetlands is made up of the Wetlands Park (138 hectares) and the wetland areas (1,977 hectares). Recognised by UNESCO as an Ecohydrology Demonstration Site, it is a place where researchers can observe the interactions between water and the ecosystems. The Wetlands have a high rate of biodiversity due to its unique ecosystems.



One of Malaysia’s northern gateways, Perlis’ landscape consists of sweeping paddy fields, towering hills and quaint kampung houses. Nature forms a huge part of Perlis’ attractions, with caves and lush terrains to explore and the country’s only semi-deciduous forest. Numerous fruit farms and plantations thrive on Perlis’ soil, making it one of the best places in the country to sample a variety of tropical fruits and local produce.

Al Hussain Mosque Kuala Perlis

Dubbed as one of the most beautiful mosques in Malaysia, Masjid Al-Hussain is Kuala Perlis’ well-known icon. Built next to the Kuala Perlis Jetty, the mosque’s structure extends over the Straits of Malacca, earning it the nickname ‘Floating Mosque’. A 50-metre bridge connects to the main prayer hall suspended above the water. When the tide is up, and at just the right light conditions, the mosque, with its reflection in the waters, appears to float upon itself, lending an almost magical feel to this place of worship.

Padang Besar

This border town is the merging point for Thais and Malaysians. Many Malaysians travel up to Thailand through this point and likewise for their Thai counterparts, on shopping, business or recreational trips.

Gua Kelam (Kelam Cave)

It is one of the most distinctive caves in Malaysia. A 370-metre long limestone cave near the small town of Kaki Bukit (meaning 'foot hill') called Gua Kelam (Cave of Darkness), this cave is ironically, well-lit for discovery. Located 33km north of Kangar, the state capital, Gua Kelam Recreational Park is popular for its enchanting 'cave walk' where you can enter from one entrance of the cave and come out at a different location.

Kuala Perlis

The major activity found here is fishing with many superb seafood restaurants in this small fishing town. Not only is seafood fresh in Perlis, it is relatively cheaper than in the capital city. Have the fun in selecting the seafood you want seasoned, cooked, fried, barbequed, grilled, or sauted, and served to you.

Snake and Reptile Farm

Surrounded by the Bukit Bintang Forest Reserve near Sungai Batu Pahat, the Snake and Reptile Farm is located 10km north of Kangar, the state capital. The Snake Farm is a research facility set up to develop anti-venom for snakebites. It houses more than 20 species of snakes, reptilian crocodiles and monitor lizards, and a mini bird park. Within the grounds are recreational areas for picnics or to take in the scenic views, and affordable chalets.



Known as ‘The Land of Grace’, Perak was once a wealthy tin-mining state. Its name, meaning ‘silver’, is believed to have been derived from the tin-ore deposits that were once abundant in this state. Today, it greets visitors with a wealth of unique attractions and cultures. Among Perak’s delightful cornucopia of wonders are intriguing cave temples, the country’s oldest museum, Malaysia’s very own Leaning Tower and the country’s first night safari.

Kellie’s Castle

Spooky Palace or Romantic Ruins? Explore Malaysia’s Most Famous Castle. Overlooking the picturesque view of Batu Gajah, Perak, is the unfinished castle of William Kellie Smith, better known as Kellie’s Castle. The brainchild of the Scottish rubber plantation owner to celebrate his child’s birth, the castle and surrounding ruins bear signs of Smith’s grand vision for his family home.

Gaharu Tea Valley

Since ancient times, gaharu has gained fame as the wood of the Gods for its medicinal value, its tea, and its incense and perfumery products. Set in Gopeng, the Gaharu forests offer a relaxing time for visitors and scenic photo spots.

Taiping Lake Gardens

One cannot claim to have visited Taiping without taking some time off to soak in the natural beauty of the Taiping Lake Gardens. Built on top of an abandoned tin mine, the gardens were opened in 1880, earning them a place in the history books as the first public garden in the then-Malaya.

Han Chin Pet Soo Museum

Han Chin Pet Soo Museum is a heritage home with a rich history. This is a one-off chance to step back in time when Hakka tin miners, both rich and poor, were tempted and tormented with 4 evils, namely Opium, Gambling, Prostitution and the Triads. Learn more when you visit the Museum.

Pangkor Island

Pangkor, with its charming mix of fishing settlements and resorts, is a fascinating and convenient holiday destination. It presents the visitor with a rare chance to live near fishermen and observe their lifestyle and also to simply enjoy the fine beaches and resort amenities.

Perak Agrotourism Resort (PATRO)

You can have a very relaxing weekend getaway while admiring the zen-like beauty of the 247ha site that includes scenic lakes and vast stretches of agricultural farms and plantation. This rural haven has also offerings of eco-adventure and agro-tourism activities that will leave you pinning for more: cycling, kayaking, honey tasting from stingless bees, farm tours, etc.

Sam Poh Tong Temple

Sam Poh Tong is a famous cave temple located in Gunung Rapat, about 5km south of Ipoh. It is said to be the biggest cave temple in the country, and is an impressive work of art with various statues of Buddha interspersed among the stalactites and stalagmites.

Tempurung Cave (Gua Tempurung)

Approximately 1.5km long, the cave is probably the largest natural limestone cave in Peninsular Malaysia. Made up of five huge domes whose ceilings resemble coconut shells, each dome has different formations of stalagmites and stalactites. The domes also differ from one another in terms of temperature, water level, content of limestone and marble. Truly a sight to behold.



Penang is a delightful fusion of nature, culture and history. Comprising the island of Penang and Seberang Perai on the mainland with one of the longest bridges in Asia running the length between, the state is widely recognised as one of the world’s top holiday destinations. Home to a UNESCO World Heritage City, Penang leaves an indelible mark on each visitor, leaving them wanting more with each visit.

Kek Lok Si

Also known as the Temple of Supreme Bliss, Kek Lok Si is said to be the largest Buddhist temple in Southeast Asia, and arguably one of the most famous in Penang. Located in Air Itam, the hills in that area (called “He San” or Crane Hill) have traditionally been regarded as geomantically significant, having all the right “feng shui” for a temple. In fact, they are extremely popular as a retreat for monks and Taoists striving for immortality.

Penang Museum & Art Gallery

Walk into the compound of the Penang State Museum, and you will first be greeted by a regal bronze statue of Captain Francis Light, the founder of the Penang Straits Settlement, gazing down upon you.

The Habitat

The Habitat on Penang Hill, some 820 metres above sea-level, is an ecotourism site easily accessible via a 7-minute ride on the Penang Hill Funicular Train. It’s a place to visit for the most complete, exciting and educational Malaysian rainforest experience. The first of its kind in Malaysia, The Habitat aims to promote environmental consciousness and conservation awareness among its visitors.

Pinang Peranakan Mansion

The Pinang Peranakan Mansion is a stately mansion, refurbished to reflect bygone days of the Straits Chinese settlement in Penang. This magnificent townhouse is the former residence and office of Chinese Kapitan Chung Keng Kwee. He was a 19th century Hakka tin-miner and secret society leader of Hai San.

Penang Botanic Gardens

100-year old trees, forested hills and the giant water lilies of the Amazon River basin are just some of nature’s treasures awaiting visitors to the Penang Botanic Gardens. Also known as the Waterfall Gardens because of the cascading waterfalls nearby, the Gardens were originally established by the British in 1884 as a research centre studying the commercial viability of exquisite plants from different parts of the world.

Fort Cornwallis

Fort Cornwallis, named after the Governor-General in Bengal in the late 1700s, Charles Cornwallis, is one of the most interesting historical landmarks in Georgetown. It is located close to the Esplanade, next to the Victoria Memorial Clock.

Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion

Built in the 1880s, this famous indigo-blue Chinese Courtyard House in Georgetown was the residence of Cheong Fatt Tze, a prominent Chinese figure in the newly established Penang Straits Settlement during the 19th century. The mansion was built by master craftsmen brought in especially from China, who used their skills to fashion the mansion with 38 rooms, 5 granite-paved courtyards, 7 staircases and 220 windows.

Gurney Drive

If Penang is the food capital of Malaysia, Gurney Drive is arguably the best of Penang on a plate. The popular seafront promenade exemplifies the colours and atmosphere of Penang – fun, lively and vibrant. Also known by its Malay name, “Persiaran Gurney”, Gurney Drive offers delightful street and high-end cuisine.

Pitt Street

Also Known as “The Street of Harmony”. Here Churches, Chinese Temples, mosques and Hindu Temples are built along the same street in harmonious existence side by side for centuries.



Pahang offers you an adventure of a different kind indeed. It has a couple of international holiday resorts that sit pretty on the hills enveloped by the world's oldest Tropical Rain Forest. The more adventurous would surely be spoilt for choice with activities ranging from bird watching to white water rafting and four-wheel drive adventure to big game fishing. Even the picturesque fishing villages dotting its coastline would invite the photographer in you to search for those perfect postcard pictures.

Cameron Highlands

There are many things to see and do in Cameron Highlands, Malaysia's largest highland resort. Walks through lovely little villages, visits to the butterfly, strawberry, honey bee farms and sprawling tea plantations or meals at the delightful Tudor-styled country inns, are all pleasurable and relaxing activities to be experienced here.

Tioman Island

About 56km off the coast of Pahang lies Tioman Island, an alluring holiday paradise in the South China Sea. Acclaimed as one of the best island getaways in the world, Tioman was the location of the Hollywood musical, 'South Pacific' in 1959.

Genting Highlands

The fun never stops at Genting, City of Entertainment, perched on the top of cool, breezy Genting Highlands. One big attraction in Genting is the cool weather. Because of the 2,000m altitude, Malaysians like to visit just to enjoy the 'European' weather!

Taman Negara

Taman Negara (National Park) is the first and the oldest official Protected Area in the country, originally named King George V National Park. Declared in 1938 by the Sultans of Kelantan, Pahang and Terengganu (during King George's Silver Jubilee), it was gazetted to preserve the land's indigenous nature in perpetuity. The park was renamed Taman Negara after the nation gained independence in 1957. The most popular activities at Taman Negara are river cruises and jungle trekking. The canopy walk is also a must-see, offering a fantastic close up view of activity in the rainforest canopy.

Merapoh Pahang - Caving Paradise

Possessing a total of 85 explored caves believed to be over 130 million years old, no wonder Merapoh, which is located in the district of Lipis, Pahang is regarded as cavers’ paradise. There are several world-class caves in Merapoh. Some have large chambers, others are filled with unique formations or have interesting geology, and the more spectacular ones hide pools of crystal-clear water harbouring various species of fauna.

Kuala Gandah Elephant Orphanage Sanctuary

Kuala Gandah Elephant Orphanage Sanctuary, Pahang is a rare and fantastic opportunity to get up close to endemic Malaysian elephants. This truly unique Elephant Orphanage of Kuala Gandah in Pahang will give you a very rare opportunity to learn about these displaced gentle giants.

Fraser's Hilly

Sitting pretty amidst the Pahang rainforest is the little hamlet of Fraser's Hill. At 1,524 metres above sea level, this highlands resort is a naturalist's paradise that boasts innumerable plant, bird and animal species. This place is popular for those who are interested in nature-based pursuits such as trekking, bird watching, horse riding, fishing and camping.

Negeri Sembilan

Negeri Sembilan

Negeri Sembilan is home to the ancient tradition of Minangkabau. Distinguished by the distinctive Minangkabau architecture of sweeping roof design resembling the horns of a buffalo, Negeri Sembilan literally means ‘Nine States’, referring to the nine luak or districts that once made up the federation of Negeri Sembilan. Strongly embraced by rich customs and age-old traditions, Negeri Sembilan is a balance of the old and the new.

Port Dickson Beach

Port Dickson is more famous for its attractive beaches, ample amenities and good infrastructure. There are also various types of accommodation for those wishing to holiday here. The beaches of Port Dickson (PD) are a famous weekend retreat for city dwellers.

State Museum Complex

The State Museum Complex is modelled after a traditional Minangkabau dwelling and comprises three main buildings – Teratak Perpatih, Ampang Tinggi palace and Negeri Sembilan House.

Sri Menanti Royal Museum

Sri Menanti Royal Museum is among the must visit destination in Kuala Pilah. It served as a palace for the Royal family of Negeri Seremban and is located in the Royal town of Negeri Seremban, just off Seremban.It is black in colour, intricate with beautiful flowers motif. This 5 stories wooden palace is built with wooden pegs, using no nails or screws. It has 99 solids timber pillars, standing 65 feet tall and furnished with matching furniture and bed chambers. Other royal belonging like costumes and documents of the royal linage is also available.

Kampung Pelegong Homestay

Get away from it all and return to the serenity of life in a traditional Malay village under the Pelegong Homestay programme in Negeri Sembilan. Here, you will be able to enjoy the warm hospitality of your host family and be a part of the household by joining them in their daily activities.