182 Ultimate Virtual Tours in Malaysia to Experience From Anywhere in the World

Malaysia is home to spectacular natural landscapes, charming towns, colourful cultural attractions and hidden gems even locals may not know about. That’s where we come in!

Discover interactive Virtual Tours featuring some of Malaysia’s most beautiful destinations, so you can explore from the comfort of home and plan your next adventure here.

We’ll be progressively creating and adding more virtual tours in this listing especially in states that have not been covered – so please be patient!

TIPS TO VIEW VIRTUAL TOUR:

1. Click on the link/ image in each destination to enter the 360-degree experience
2. Select Contents to jump straight to a destination.
3. Turn sound on or off by clicking on the upper right-hand corner of the tour
4. To jump to a different location, click on the arrow or the picture at the bottom.

Contents

KUALA LUMPUR

1. National Monument, Kuala Lumpur

The National Monument, or Tugu Negara, is a 15 metre bronze statue that commemorates the bravery of soldiers who lost their lives during the First World War, Second World War, and the Malayan Emergency. In this LokaLocal virtual tour, you can see the National Monument, KL Cenotaph and the sculpture garden.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of the National Monument.

2. Merdeka Square, Kuala Lumpur

Merdeka Square has seen some of the country’s most significant events, such as Malaya’s Declaration of Independence on 31 August 1957, and the annual National Day Parades. Take a virtual walk around the historic field, as well as see the Sultan Abdul Samad Building and Queen Victoria Fountain.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Merdeka Square, KL

3. Sin Sze Si Ya Temple, Kuala Lumpur

Built in 1864, Sin Sze Si Ya Temple is the oldest Taoist temple in Kuala Lumpur. Venture through the temple in this LokaLocal virtual tour to admire the intricate details. You can also spot the shrine of the temple’s founder, Kapitan Yap Ah Loy.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Sin Sze Si Ya Temple

4. Kwai Zai Hong, Kuala Lumpur

Kwai Zai Hong, also known as Lorong Panggung, is filled with lively and colourful murals that bring out 1960s Chinatown. Spend all the time you want looking at the murals in this virtual tour.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Kwai Zai Hong

5. National Mosque, Kuala Lumpur

This virtual tour takes you through the National Mosque, an iconic landmark of Malaysia. Some of its significant features are the main roof which was inspired by the design of an open umbrella, and the 73-metre minaret which resembles a folded umbrella.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of National Mosque of Malaysia. Live guided tour available in English, Malay and Chinese.


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6. River of Life, Kuala Lumpur

Located at the convergence point of two rivers, The River of Life has a lovely view of the Jamek Mosque and a number of waterfront cafes. At night, there are light shows and dancing fountains here. Now you can enjoy the view of The River of Life virtually!

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of The River of Life.

7. KL City Gallery, Kuala Lumpur

KL City Gallery is a tourist information centre next to Merdeka Square. Inside, there are miniature models and photos that tell the tale of Old Kuala Lumpur.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of KL City Gallery.

8. KLoe Hotel, Kuala Lumpur

What does staying in a boutique hotel designed creative nomads look like? See this virtual tour of Kloe Hotel to check out the bespoke suites inspired by different areas of creativity such as gardening, reading, music and cooking, at the heart of Bukit Bintang.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Kloe Hotel

9. Ali, Muthu and Ah Hock Kopitiam

Ali, Muthu and Ah Hock Kopitiam serves well-loved Malaysian dishes such as nasi lemak, Nyonya laksa and Hainanese chicken rice. Its name represents the three main races in Malaysia and its range of dishes, such as Malay, Chinese and Indian cuisine.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Ali, Muthu and Ah Hock Kopitiam

10. Asia Street Food Club

Asia Street Food Club is a regional street food restaurant inspired by Malaysia, Thailand, Indonesia and Korea – some with a Western flair.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Asia Street Food Club

11. Beryl’s Lot 18 Chocolate Cafe

Beryl’s Lot 18 Chocolate Cafe boasts its very own homegrown chocolate brand in Chinatown Kuala Lumpur. Stop by for sinfully rich desserts and a sugar high, or get yourself some afforable chocolate goodies to bring home.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Beryl’s Lot 18 Chocolate Cafe

12. Botakliquor Bar

Botakliquor Bar is all about garden-to-glass: their focus is on pure spirits and partially local botanicals. The lush assortment of plants make it a relaxed setting to enjoy smooth tipples and curious concoctions.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Botakliquor Bar

13. Bubble Bee Cafe

Establish since January 2018. Bubble Bee Cafe located in Kuala Lumpur’s Kwai Chai Hong – a laneway popular for its Insta-worthy murals. Bubble Bee Cafe is famous for Signature Egg Waffles, serves up wholesome and artfully plated breakfasts, guilt-free, and deliciously healthy food options. Popular amongst locals and international tourists alike.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Bubble Bee Cafe

14. Bunn Choon

Best egg tart in town? We leave that to you to decide! Established in 1893, Bunn Choon blends century-old traditional recipes with modern technology for to-die-for egg tarts. It comes in two flavours: charcoal egg tart and original egg tart. Bunn Choon also dishes out a tantalising selection of Chinese pastries and dim sum, such as loh mai gai, spring rools, siew mai, char siew pau and pineapple tarts.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Bunn Choon

15. Central Market

Once a wet market in 1888, this art and culture centre brims with local handicrafts, textiles, collectibles, souvenirs, food outlets and eclectic art galleries.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Central Market

16. Chocha Foodstore

Chocha Foodstore is a cosy, casual book and eatery place for Asian small plates made from locally-sourced ingredients. and specialty beverages. Set in an old shophouse along Petaling Street in Kuala Lumpur, it has a tranquil ambience and rustic charm. Here it is all about putting a twist on Malaysian cuisine!

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Chocha Foodstore

17. Concubine KL

Flirtatious & funky while keeping up with Chinatown’s heritage, Concubine is a new restaurant and bar inspired by the events that took place within its walls.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Concubine KL

18. Da Bao

Da Bao takes pride in serving delicious Baos in the heart of Chinatown, some with an innovative twist on traditional flavours. Apart from hearty and gigantic baos, the menu also offers dessert baos, rice bowls and funky sides.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Da Bao

19. Four Points by Sheraton Kuala Lumpur Chinatown

Four Points by Sheraton Kuala Lumpur Chinatown puts you at the heart of an enchanting neighbourhood, dotted with old-world buildings, local flavour and hip eateries. Located near the Pasar Seni MRT and LRT, the hotel greets you with panoramic city views from the moment you step into the lobby. Here you can enjoy local specialities at Quan’s Kitchen or Lady Yi’s Tea House, take a splash in the pool, sip on a cocktail at Jann, and explore the beauty of Chinatown.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Four Points by Sheraton Kuala Lumpur Chinatown

20. Fung Wong Biscuits

Founded over 100 years ago, Fung Wong Biscuits bakes traditional Chinese pastries and cookies derived from age-old family recipes. In the 1950s, the humble bakery became renowned in Kuala Lumpur for its wedding cakes, cookies and authentic homemade pastries. Now run by the fourth generation, it has since expanded its menu and attracted a legion of loyal patrons. Some of the snacks you should try are the egg tarts, wife biscuits, peanut candy, and kong so biscuits.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Fung Wong Biscuits

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21. G-String KL

G-String is a playful speakeasy filled with risque decor, neon signs and a selection of cheeky gins and cocktails.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of G-String

22. Guan Di Temple

Constructed in 1888, Guan Di Temple is dedicated to an ancient general and Taoist God of War, Guan Di. It is a significant place of worship for the Chinese community in Kuala Lumpur. Take a look at the replica spear and sword on the central altar, believed to impart mystical powers to devotees who touch them.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Guan Di Temple.

23. Gurdwara Sahib Polis

Back in the 1870s, Sikhs from India were recruited to join the police force of the Federated Malay States. Many were brought in to help restore order in Larut, the success of which led to more Sikhs being employed across the country. To cater to the officers that were based in Kuala Lumpur, the British built this unique temple in 1898. Since then, the Gurdwara Sahib Polis has served as a key place of worship for Sikh officers.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Gurdwara Sahib Polis

24. Hawker Chan

Hawker Chan is famed for Soya Sauce Chicken rice and noodle dishes, which in July 2016 was recognised in the Michelin Guide Singapore.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Hawker Chan

25. Ho Kow Kopitiam

Established since 1956, Ho Kow Hainam Kopitiam is a delectable legacy in Chinatown. They serve well-known Hainanese breakfast classics, such as butter & kaya toast, curry banjir toast, crunchy peanut butter sugar bun, and dim sum. If you’re feeling hungry, try the nasi lemak and curry noodles. Your meal would not be complete without a cup of traditional Hainanese coffee, of course! Now run by the fourth generation, this well-known eatery is a must try – if you can beat the queue!

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Ho Kow Hainam Kopitiam

26. Kafei Dian

It’s all about Malaysian favourites in Kafei Dian, a popular kopitiam right in the middle of the bustling Chinatown Kuala Lumpur. Housed in the former post office, the building has traded in stamps and envelopes for laidback kopitiam vibes. Kafei Dian serves Malay and pork-free Hainanese dishes such as soft boiled egg with kaya and butter toast, dim sum, nasi lemak, Hainanese chicken chop, assam laksa, prawn noodle soup, and chicken hor fun soup. Don’t forget to wash it down with a cup of traditional kopi!

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Kafei Dian

27. Kasturi Walk

Kasturi Walk is an al-fresco flea market next to the Central Market. At the front of the shopping street, there is a huge archway with a pewter wau. In the past, this lane was where fruits, vegetables and dried fish were sold alongside the wet market. After it was established in 2011, Kasturi Walk became a haven for local snacks, fruits, beautiful ceramics, T-shirts and counterfeit labels.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Kasturi Walk

28. Kien Fatt Medical Store

Kuala Lumpur saw an influx in immigration during the late 1800s due to its mining boom, with Petaling Street becoming a key commercial centre for the Chinese society in the city. There were schools, eateries, barber shops, clinics and all sorts of stores catering to the community. When it came to medical matters, many put their trust in traditional Chinese medical physicians. There used to be around 14 Chinese medical halls along Petaling Street.

Established since 1942, Kien Fatt Medical Store is one of the few remaining medical halls left in town. You can still see sinsehs rummaging through the counters and jars for all kids of herbs to whip up healthy tonics for their patients. It also runs the Academy of Traditional Chinese Medicine.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Kien Fatt Medical Store

29. Kuala Lumpur Railway Station

Before the Petronas Twin Towers was constructed, this old station was among the most iconic symbols of the capital city. The Kuala Lumpur Railway Station is a Moorish and Mughal-style building on Jalan Sultan Hishamuddin. It used to be KL’s main railway hub, the busiest in Malaysia until this role was replaced by KL Sentral in 2001. The Heritage Station Hotel that used to stand here also closed down years ago.

Today, it houses the administrative head office of the Keretapi Tanah Melayu. Designed by A.B. Hubback in 1910, the Victorian-style railway building with elegant pavilions is a beautiful example of colonial architecture in Malaysia. Its fairytale-like quality makes it a popular photography spot.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Kuala Lumpur Railway Station

30. Kuan Yin Temple

This multicoloured marvel is the Kuan Yin Temple, a place of worship dedicated to the Goddess of Mercy, Kuan Yin. While it may not be as large as other temples, it is still worth a visit for its architecture, which boasts Chinese and European baroque influences. Inside the main prayer hall, you can find three golden Chinese Buddhist statues.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Kuan Yin Temple

31. Luckin Kopi

Luckin Kopi is a charming retro cafe in a heritage building at Petaling Street. It has a menu featuring traditional Asian foods, with coffee in the spotlight. Try the 5 States Coffee Cold Brew, comprising 5 cups of coffee inspired by various states in Malaysia.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Luckin Kopi

32. Merchant’s Lane

Merchant’s Lane is a quaint hidden cafe and restaurant in Chinatown KL, serving a selection of Asian and Western fusion brunch delights. It is located on the first floor of the pre-war shophouse, next to a stationery store. Their menu ranges from chicken rendang spaghetti, to kimchi stuffed burritos, nasi lemak pancake, fusion desserts as well as a range of handcrafted coffees and teas. Its charming vintage decor, rattan furniture, floral arrangements and overgrown tree make it a popular place for locals to relax and snap away.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Merchant’s Lane.

33. Mingle Cafe

Mingle Cafe is a vintage-themed café serving food, desserts and coffee from brunch till dinner. Built on the concept of reusing vintage furniture.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Mingle Cafe.

34. Nu Sentral

Nu Sentral is an exciting shopping mall connected to KL Sentral Station in Kuala Lumpur. It has eight levels of brand-name stores, modern eateries, al-fresco restaurants and entertainment spaces.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Nu Sentral.

35. Pandan Republic

Pandan Republic is an innovative dessert shop that incorporates local elements into its menu: traditional desserts with fresh, Malaysian nuances so that visitors from all over the world get to sample the true taste of Malaysian flavour.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Pandan Republic

36. Pavilion Kuala Lumpur

There’s no better place for shopping in Kuala Lumpur than at the Golden Triangle. Here you can find Pavilion Kuala Lumpur, a sophisticated award-winning shopping destination with over 700 retail outlets and restaurants. Be sure to visit during the holidays, when the cards are all out with the most elaborate decor you have ever seen!

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Pavilion Kuala Lumpur

37. Poh’s Tau Fu Far

Craving for something refreshing and deliciously local? Poh’s Tau Fu Fah is a second generation dessert kiosk which delights its customers with traditional Chinese tofu puddings. Most newbies start with the plain and original version, but there are also modern flavours like pandan, corn and chocolate. You can also choose from interesting toppings like taro balls, grass jelly, sea coconut, gingko nuts or even cendol!

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Poh’s Tau Fu Far

38. PS150

Unassuming entrance meets dramatic setting – PS150 is a speakest that serves cocktails with an unexpected twist. There are three seating areas inspired by different eras in the history of cocktails. Its Southeast Asian-style cocktails draws on bold flavours and playful concoctions.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of PS150

39. RexKL

REXKL is a community-based cultural and creative hub in Downtown Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. It has an all day urban food hall and marketplace that houses a collective of social enterprises.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Rex KL

40. The Deceased

Housed in a 1950s Chinese medicine shop, this spooky bar of the town has quite the macabre menu! Take a look at this themed bar in this virtual tour.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of The Deceased.

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41. Wildflowers KL

An inventive restaurant by day and buzzing cocktail bar by night, Wildflowers features a kaleidescope of Japanese-inspired creations. Everything has an Asian spin; even the craft cocktails are infused with rice wines like sake, soju and tuak.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Wildflowers KL.

42. Yat Hang Trading

Believe it or not, this humble shop along Jalan Tun HS Lee is over 100 years old! Now run by its third generation, Yat Hang Trading sells vintage kitchenware and tableware such as porcelain bowls, cutlery, and household necessities. Although they typically cater to local businesses and local filmmakers looking for a bargain, you can very well find small souvenirs that are out of the box here.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Yat Hang Trading

PUTRAJAYA

43. Putra Square, Putrajaya

If there is one thing Putrajaya is known for, it is the fascinating architecture. Explore Putra Square, the main square of Putrajaya, in 360° and see the iconic landmarks, such as the rose-tinted Putra Mosque, Putra Bridge and Perdana Putra.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Putra Square.

44. Millennium Monument, Putrajaya

Located along the Putrajaya Waterfront, the Millennium Monument is a 68-metre structure with glass panels that illustrate the country’s significant historical events. Take a look at it in this virtual tour, to see the beautiful lake views and its design from above, which is said to resemble the hibiscus, Malaysia’s national flower.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Millennium Monument.

45. China-Malaysia Friendship Garden, Putrajaya

The China-Malaysia Friendship Garden is a Lingnan-style garden that was built to mark the 40th year of diplomatic relations between Malayaia and China. Stroll around the garden in a virtual tour, where you can look out for the artifacts and landscaped features.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of China-Malaysia Friendship Garden.

46. Seri Wawasan Bridge, Putrajaya

Step onto the Seri Wawasan Bridge in a virtual tour to admire one of Putrajaya’s iconic bridges. The futuristic cable-stayed bridge is designed to look like a sailboat.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Seri Wawasan Bridge.

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SELANGOR

47. Batu Caves, Gombak

There’s no skipping Batu Caves when you are in Malaysia – even virtually! The 100-year-old temple is tucked within a limestone cave that is around 400 million years old. Wander around Batu Caves in this virtual tour amidst the golden statue of Lord Murugan, the vibrant statues and, of course, the rainbow-coloured steps.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Batu Caves.

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48. Mah Meri Cultural Village, Pulau Carey

Did you know that there is a cultural village on Carey Island, near Port Klang? LokaLocal offers a virtual tour of the Mah Meri Cultural Village, where you can look at the ancestral shrine up close, watch videos of the tribe’s mysterious culture, and learn about the Maskmen of Malaysia in the museum.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Mah Meri Cultural Village.

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PERAK

49. Ipoh Railway Station, Ipoh

The Ipoh Railway Station is the heart of the capital city’s colonial history, surrounded by the Ipoh High Court, Ipoh Town Hall and Ipoh Post Office. Take a virtual tour on LokaLocal to see why locals call it the Taj Mahal of Ipoh.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Ipoh Railway Station.

50. Birch Memorial Clock Tower, Ipoh

Erected in 1909 by the son of the first British Resident of Perak, J.W.W Birch, the most significant feature of Birch Memorial Clock Tower are the paintings of 44 famous figures, which represent the growth of civilisation. Now you can see it in LokaLocal’s virtual tour from anywhere in the world.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Birch Memorial Clock Tower.

51. Cermin Lake, Ipoh

This lush oasis is one of Ipoh’s breathtaking hidden gems, framed by the limestone karsts of Gunung Rapat. Experience the beauty of Cermin Lake for yourself in this LokaLocal’s virtual tour.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Cermin Lake.

52. Concubine Lane, Ipoh

This historical street is a popular stop for travellers, with a number of little shops selling souvenirs and snacks. Now you can click your way through Concubine Lane without worrying about the crowd.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Concubine Lane.

53. Ipoh Padang, Ipoh

Ipoh Padang is a vast recreation ground built in commemoration of Queen Victoria’s Diamond Jubilee. Click on the tab in the virtual tour to see what the field looks like today.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Ipoh Padang.

54. Ipoh Street Art, Ipoh

Ipoh has its share of charming street art, which bring out a certain character of the city. Click on the different murals to see several popular artworks by Ernest Zacharevic, the Lithuania-born artist behind some of Penang’s famous street art.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Ipoh Street Art.

55. Jeff’s Cellar, Ipoh

Jeff’s Cellar truly is spectacular, and you can see why as you walk through this virtual tour. Situated within The Banjaran Hotsprings Retreat, the award-winning fine dining restaurant is set within a natural limestone cave, where guests are treated to delicious meals and fine wine.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Jeff’s Cellar.

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56. Kek Lok Tong Temple, Ipoh

Located within the picturesque Gunung Rapat, Kek Lok Tong Temple has been serving its Buddhist worshippers since the 1920s. As you stroll through the virtual tour, you can check out the stone sculptures and unique rock formations.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Kek Lok Tong Temple.

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57. Ling Sen Tong Temple, Ipoh

Ling Sen Tong is a Taoist cave temple located the foot of Ipoh’s limestone hill. Take this virtual tour to see the statues of animals, deities and characters from Chinese mythology at your own pace.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Ling Sen Tong Temple.

58. Perak Cave Temple, Ipoh

Perak Cave Temple is one of the oldest cave temples in Ipoh, founded in 1926. Within it is a 40-foot golden Buddha statue, and you’ll be even impressed by the cave murals surrounding you. Just take a look at the virtual tour – you can also see a gorgeous view of the pavilion at the top of the hill.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Perak Cave Temple.

59. Paloh Khoo Miu Temple, Ipoh

Take a walk in one of Perak’s oldest Chinese temples. There are several ancient shrines that has been around since 1872, along with an area where locals would seek spiritual help to resolve their disputes.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Paloh Khoo Miu Temple.

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60. 22 Hale Street History Museum, Ipoh

Trace Ipoh’s history in a virtual walkthrough of 22 Hale Street, with a collection of antiques reflecting the 1900’s tin mining boom, Peranakan heritage, local barber, old hotel and more.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of 22 Hale Street History Museum.

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61. Antong Coffee Mill, Taiping

Antong Coffee Mill is the oldest coffee mill still operating in Malaysia. It still uses traditional methods to roast its coffee beans using charcoal.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Antong Coffee Mill.

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62. Baitol Anor, Kuala Kangsar

Back in the day, many locals in Bukit Chandan admired the work of master craftsmen and builder Tuan Haji Sofian. Baitol Anor is one of his masterpieces, commissioned by Raja Kechil Sulong Harun Al Rashid for his third wife.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Baitol Anor.

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63. Ubudiah Mosque, Kuala Kangsar

Get a glimpse of Ubudiah Mosque’s brilliant design, graced by its golden dome and minarets, from above and around it. You’ll see (in 360 degrees) why it is considered one of Malaysia’s most beautiful mosques!

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Ubudiah Mosque.

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64. Istana Iskandariah, Kuala Kangsar

Istana Iskandariah is the royal palace of the Perak Sultanate. You won’t be able to go in, but at least you can admire the architecture from a distance.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Istana Iskandariah.

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65. Keris Maker’s Workshop, Kuala Kangsar

Did you know that Kuala Kangsar is home to a legendary keris maker? This LokaLocal virtual tour gives you a glimpse of Pak Mazin’s humble workshop, here four generations in his family has practised the craft. Click on the video to watch him carve the sheath of the traditional weapon.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Keris Maker’s Workshop, Kuala Kangsar.

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66. Oldest Rubber Tree in Malaysia, Kuala Kangsar

Enter this LokaLocal virtual tour to see the oldest rubber tree in Malaysia. Planted by British Resident Sir Hugh Low in 1877, it welcomed the rubber production era in the country.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Oldest Rubber Tree in Malaysia, Kuala Kangsar.

67. Gopeng Heritage House, Gopeng

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Filled with antiques, calligraphy art and furniture, Gopeng Heritage House reflects the residence of a middle-class family in the early 20th century in Gopeng.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Gopeng Heritage House.

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68. Gopeng Museum, Gopeng

Gopeng Museum is a community initiated effort to preserve the town’s history. This virtual exhibit puts you amidst many tin mining artifacts, and antiques once used by the older generation in Gopeng.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Gopeng Museum.

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69. Kuala Sepetang Charcoal Factory, Kuala Sepetang

You’ll be amazed by how beautiful this charcoal factory in Kuala Sepetang is. Besides the postcard-perfect river that leads to the mangrove forest, you’ll want to take a look at the traditional charcoal kilns where workers smoke the mangrove wood, in this virtual tour.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Kuala Sepetang Charcoal Factory.

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70. Port Weld Scenic Bridge, Kuala Sepetang

This virtual tour by LokaLocal lets you take in the wonderful sight of the fishing village at Port Weld. This was the country’s significant harbour port in the mid 1800s.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Port Weld Scenic Bridge.

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71. Hun Leng Heong Hang Joss Stick Factory, Kuala Sepetang

It’s not every day that you get to see what goes on in a traditional joss stick factory. Explore the virtual tour of Hun Leng Heong Hung in Kuala Sepetang, where you can see craftsmen designing the joss sticks, painting them, and leaving these gigantic joss sticks out to dry.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Hun Leng Heong Hang Joss Stick Factory.

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72. Leaning Tower of Teluk Intan, Teluk Intan

Venture through Teluk Intan’s finest jewel – a leaning clock tower that bears some resemblance to Italy’s Leaning Tower of Pisa. Built to store water during the dry season, and in case of fire, the soft soil beneath it caused it to lean on one side. In this virtual tour, you can walk up the 3 floors and check out the views from each level.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of the Leaning Tower of Teluk Intan.

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73. Kledang Hill, Menglembu

Kledang Hill has a network of hiking and cycling trails circling around it, and even has a landscaped garden built by the community. For locals living in Ipoh, this is a popular place to hang out and exercise during the weekends.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Kledang Hill, Menglembu.

74. Taiping Clock Tower, Taiping

Constructed in 1881, the Old Clock Tower of Taiping served as the town police station and fire brigade from 1908 to 1950. Today it has become the Taiping Visitor Information Centre. Visiting it virtually? Don’t miss the red phone booth right outside it.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Taiping Clock Tower.

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75. Taiping Lake Gardens, Taiping

Taiping Lake Gardens is absolutely spellbinding, and you’ll be able to walk through it in the LokaLocal virtual tour. There is a peaceful area by the lake here, where gigantic trees extend their branches towards the water. Something about it makes it look like another country altogether!

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Taiping Lake Gardens.

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76. Victoria Bridge, Enggor

This virtual tour puts you at one of the country’s oldest railway bridges. Named after Queen Victoria, this historical structure was a key mode of transporting coal from Karai to Teluk Anson Port. Be sure to see Victoria Bridge from the air.

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77. Go Chin Pomelo Nature Park, Tambun

Pomelo is a fruit that has become synonymous with Ipoh. Cultivated in orchards surrounded by limestone hills in Tambun, you don’t often get to see how it is grown – so this virtual tour would be a bit of a treat.

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78. Raban Lake, Gerik

See a bird’s eye view of Raban Lake, now well-known for its myriad of recreational lakeside activities, in this virtual tour. Film enthusiasts might like the fact that it featured a scene from a Hollywood film, Anna and the King.

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79. Temenggor Lake, Hulu Perak

Planning a roadtrip to the northern park of Perak? Here is a virtual aerial view of Temenggor Lake, the second largest man-made lake in Malaysia. You can also catch a glimpse of Banding Island from above.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Temenggor Lake.

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80. Atapas

Atapas takes pride in revitalising local and traditional Malaysian cuisine. Set in a gorgeous 1920s colonial home and hidden from the bustle of Ipoh, the fine-dining restaurant maintains its classic look in a world full of trends. Its dining halls and private rooms are intricately decorated with opulent furniture and stylish collectibles. 

Its menu is a curation of well-loved Malaysian and fusion delights, made with locally-sourced fresh ingredients and spruced up with their signature tapas twist.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Atapas

81. Cititel Express Ipoh

Strategically located amidst some of Ipoh’s heritage gems and the Kinta River, Cititel Express Ipoh offers 210 modern and comfortable rooms for business and leisure travellers. Designed to cater a tech-savvy generation, there is free Wi-Fi available throughout the premises, along with a 40′ LED Smart IPTV in each room with free Video on Demand and over 100 HD movies. 

Cititel Express Ipoh gives its guests a place to relax after a long day out, within walking distance to plenty of restaurants, cultural landmarks and even the Ipoh Heritage Trail. Your room would also boast spectacular views of the old town, new town, Ipoh Padang and Kinta River. Its meeting rooms and modern amenities provide an ideal setting for corporate functions.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Cititel Express Ipoh

82. MU Hotel

MÙ Hotel is a vibrant boutique hotel and sanctuary at at the heart of Ipoh, surrounded by the charms of the historical, cultural, culinary and entertainment districts. 

Unwind in generously sized guest rooms and stylish suites, equipped with free wifi and a mini bar with coffee and tea making facilities. Enjoy a delicious breakfast spread at MÙnch restaurant. Explore attractions that are within walking distance. Watch the stunning sunset amidst a panoramic view of Ipoh while sipping on signature cocktails at MÙ’s rooftop bar.

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83. Tiga Cocktail Bar

Tucked down a nostalgic back alley along Market Street, Tiga Bar is a hidden speakeasy and cocktail bar of Ipoh. Tucked within a vintage building, TIga welcomes you with antique furniture and decor – spot the hand-carved signage made by a traditional tradesmen! 

The lively bar mixes up a number of experimental handcrafted cocktails, infused with local Malaysian ingredients and surprising twists. From peanut butter and jelly fusions, to jujube gin and seaweed-infused Scotch whisky, Tiga Bar is certainly the hidden nightlife gem you’d want to try out in Ipoh.

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83. Tanjung Tualang Tin Dredge No 5

Tin rush in Perak began from 1848 in Taiping. Perak became the wealthiest state in Malaya. Its capital Ipoh was fondly known to many as “The City of Millionaires”. In January 1913, Malayan Tin Dredging (MTD) introduced the first dredge in Batu Gajah. Due to declined tin price, operations started to shut down and ‘floating factories’ were dismantled or sold off.

Today, there is only one remaining tin dredge known as Tanjung Tualang Tin Dredge No. 5 or TT5. Located about 40-minute drive from Ipoh, TT5 is now fully open for visitors to experience TT5 Guided Dredge Tour, panning and self tour inside the gallery and the magnificent view of the landscape.

Next to the tin dredge is a meticulously landscaped Maze Park. It is designed with different landscaped gardens, exhibitions on the evolution of tin mining in Ipoh, animal farm, stall, and colourful curiousities.

CLICK HERE to see the virtual tour of Tanjung Tualang Tin Dredge No 5 

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84. Sungai Lembing Museum, Sungai Lembing

This virtual exhibit in Sungai Lembing Museum highlights the glory days of this tin mining town in Malaysia. Each section displays a different part of the story, from the history of the town, to the mining equipment, geology, mining methods and more. Who knew there could be so much more to mineral extraction?

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85. Sungai Lembing Mines, Sungai Lembing

Did you know that Sungai Lembing is home to some of the deepest tin mines in the world? This virtual tour lets you step foot into a well-preserved, original mine that propelled the town to fame in the 1880s. You can see a collection of mining equipment, trams, exhibits, and mannequins in the depths of the tunnel.

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86. Sungai Lembing Hanging Bridge, Sungai Lembing

Sungai Lembing has a few hanging bridges connecting the village to the other side of the river. Walk across one of these scenic bridges in this virtual tour.

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87. Teluk Cempedak, Kuantan

Lazing on the sand, swimming, strolling or even having lunch at the promenade – this well-known beach in Kuantan is popular for family-fun activities. Take a virtual walk on the elevated platform that connects to another beach, and be greeted by plenty of soothing sea views on the way.

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88. Black Stone Beach, Kuantan

Black stones instead of white sand on a beach in Malaysia? You’ve got to see this craggy ebony terrain in this LokaLocal virtual tour to believe it. Black Stone Beach, or Pantai Batu Hitam, is believed to be a result of underwater volcanic eruptions from centuries ago.

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89. Time Tunnel Museum, Cameron Highlands

Take a blast to the past at Cameron Highland’s beloved local museum, in a virtual tour. Filled with memorabilia from time gone by, a historical timeline of Cameron Highland, as well as other fascinating knicks and knacks, it gives you a glimpse into the local lifestyle back in the past.

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90. Sam Poh Buddhist Temple, Cameron Highlands

Overlooking Brinchang town, Sam Poh Temple stands amidst serene hill views dotted with little houses. It was built in 1972. Step in virtually to see the fourth largest Buddhist temple in the country, and the huge Buddha statue.

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91. Sri Thendayuthapani Swami Temple, Cameron Highlands

At a staggering 1600 metres, Sri Thendayuthapani Swami Temple is the largest Hindu temple in Cameron Highlands, well known for its elegant and vibrantly coloured architecture. Chithra Powrnami is a special occassion here and is held across three days. On regular days, it is frequented for strawberry and tea picking.

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92. Cameron Lavender Garden, Cameron Highlands

Bet you didn’t know you could see lavenders in Malaysia! Have a virtual stroll in Cameron Lavender Garden, a gorgeous landscaped garden lined with colourful plants. Along the slopes, there are lavenders from Hokkaido, China and Taiwan – perfect for a quick photography session! Be sure to have the lavender ice cream here!

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Cameron Lavender Garden.

93. Boh Sungai Palas Tea Centre, Cameron Highlands

There’s no leaving Cameron Highlands without enjoying a dramatic view of the tea plantation – you can even take a look at it from home! At Boh Sungai Palas Tea Centre, it’s all about the highland’s most popular agricultural product. There is also a tea factory where you can learn about how tea is processed using traditional methods, and get gifts for family and friends.

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94. Cameron Highlands Butterfly Garden, Cameron Highlands

The Butterfly Garden hosts a small living collection of butterflies, and a number of other creatures such as beetles and insect species. You’ll be able to catch sight of the Rajah Brookes Butterfly, the jewel of the garden.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Cameron Highlands Butterfly Garden.

95. Cactus Valley, Cameron Highlands

Cactus Valley is the country’s largest botanical showcase of cactus plants, some of which are over 60 years old. Enjoy a virtual exploration at the garden and check out the collection of ornamental plants cultivated here, which come in all shapes, sizes and colours.

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96. The Sheep Sanctuary, Cameron Highlands

You don’t have to travel all the way to New Zealand to see sheep – you can find these adorable fluffy friends in The Sheep Sanctuary. This LokaLocal Virtual Tour lets you catch a glimpse the farm, home to 20 of these gentle animals, brought here from Australia.

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97. Mah Meri Art Gallery, Cameron Highlands

Located in Tanah Rata, the Mah Meri Art Gallery of Cameron Highlands displays the incredible woodwork of the Mah Meri people of Carey Island, Selangor. Step in the virtual tour to see hundreds of masks and sculptures, many of which are carved by artists who have been awarded the Unesco Seal of Excellence. 

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98. Kok Lim Strawberry Farm, Cameron Highlands

With the cooling temperature in the highlands, most visitors would not want to miss strawberry picking in Cameron Highlands. To no surprise, Kok Lim Strawberry Farm is a popular attraction in Brinchang. Have a virtual walkthrough of the farm, which features a farmer’s market, cafe, petting zoo and retail area. You may not be able to pick strawberries from the screen, but it’s a great way to plan your next visit here!

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Kok Lim Strawberry Farm

99. Ee Feng Gu Bee Farm, Cameron Highlands

Honey, you’ve got to have this on your list of things to do in Cameron Highlands! Buzz about the Ee Feng Gu Honey Bee Farm where beekeepers share about this interesting trade. This virtual tour by LokaLocal shows you the charming landscaped garden right outside the farm. If you’re looking to bring home a sweet farm product, they sell honey, royal jelly and pollen, among others.

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100. Chrysanthemum Farm, Cameron Highlands

This chrysanthemum farm is a fairly local place on Cameron folks know about in Bertam Valley. The highlands produces the country’s beautiful chrysanthemums, many of which are exported to Japan. This virtual tour is an exclusive view of the charming garden, as it is rarely accessible by the public. Click on the video to see how these blooming beauties are harvested!

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101. Cameron Valley Tea House 2, Cameron Highlands

Fancy some tea while indulging in lush plantation scenery? Operated by Bharat Plantation, the Cameron Valley Tea House 2 is the second largest tea producer in Malaysia. Within it, there is a cafe and tea shop.

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102. Agro-Technology Park Mardi, Cameron Highlands

Spread across 42 hectares, the Agro-Technology Park is peppered with beautiful gardens, a research centre and an information centre. It is also home to 40 varieties of roses, 10 strawberries, 100 citrus fruits, and other agricultural products that thrive in the crisp highland air.

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103. A’ Moss Farmstay, Cameron Highlands

Imagine waking up to breathtaking mountainous scenery and chilly air. A’moss Farmstay is a new glamping site with comfortable geodesic dome rooms facing the tea plantation. From afar, it looks like a little piece of somewhere abroad. There are only three exclusive domes here, each with a private bathroom. Right outside, there is also a photogenic swing that will keep your phone cameras clicking away.

The farm here is filled with organic agriculture crops, such as vegetables, blueberries, strawberries and loganberries. Guests can purchase them during their unique retreat in the highlands.

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104. Smokehouse Hotel Cameron Highland

Smokehouse Hotel Cameron Highlands is a charming Tudor-style hotel nestled next to a sprawling golf course between Tanah Rata and Brinchang. Established in 1937, the hotel captures the essence of a traditional English countryhouse, filled with antique furniture as well as memorabilia. There are 24 boutique rooms at Smokehouse Hotel, each with is own unique decor and personality. 

The in-house restaurant serves the finest traditional British cuisine in Cameron Highlands, with a selection of roast, steaks, Western dishes and decadent desserts. 

Its enchanting garden is a definite showstopper, flourishing with colourful flowers, meandering pathways, moss-covered sculptures and overgrown greenery. You can enjoy an authentic afternoon tea at the terrace, complete with homemade scones, hand-churned cream and fresh strawberry jam.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Smokehouse Hotel

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TERENGGANU

105. Batu Pelanduk Beach, Kuala Dungun

Something about Batu Pelanduk Beach may remind you of the Angkor Wat’s tree ridden temples, only the tree roots here cling onto beautiful sedimentary rocks. Head into the virtual tour to see for yourself! Locals often come to this beach for fishing, squid jigging, and seaside picnics.

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106. Kemasik Beach, Kemasik

Malaysia’s mini version of Phuket has a fascinating secret, worth uncovering in this LokaLocal virtual tour. During high tide, you can admire the rock formations extending from the sea. Sandbacks appear in the lagoon during low tide, turning it into an incredible spot for photography or wading in the pools.

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107. Marang Wave Breaker, Marang

Stroll down the virtual pathway at Marang Wave Breaker for an idyllic scenery of the fishing village. Primarily made to prevent large waves from crashing against the beach, people often come here for their brisk morning exercise and fishing activities. There is a small lighthouse at the end of one pathway.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Marang Wave Breaker.

108. Rantau Abang Mangrove Swamp, Rantau Abang

Not many people realise this, but Rantau Abang is home to a 10km stretch of pristine mangrove swamps that act as a natural habitat for diverse wildlife. This LokaLocal virtual tour lets you admire it from a bird’s eye view.

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109. Kuala Terengganu Drawbridge, Kuala Terengganu

It’s easy to see how Kuala Terengganu’s latest attraction draws similarities with the Tower Bridge in London. At 15 metres in height, it has four towers with commercial areas linked by sky bridges. Marvel at the Kuala Terengganu Drawbridge from above in a virtual tour.

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110. Terengganu State Museum, Kuala Terengganu

The largest museum in Malaysia does not fail to surprise. Take a look at the palace-inspired architecture from the outside, as well as the immaculately landscaped garden. Terengganu State Museum consists of 4 buildings and 9 galleries, housing numerous historical relics, textiles, Islamic crafts and arts.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Terengganu State Museum.

111. Crystal Mosque, Kuala Terengganu

Delight in the exquisite architecture of the Crystal Mosque in this virtual walk-through. Made from steel and glass, its crystal-like exterior, punctuated by Moorish and Gothic elements, makes it one of the most beautiful mosques in the world.

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112. Tengku Tengah Zaharah Mosque, Kuala Terengganu

Take a virtual walk around the lake to see the first floating mosque in Malaysia. Set against the backdrop of the South China Sea, Tengku Tengah Zaharah Mosque combines both Moorish and modern designs, with a 125 feet tall minaret as its centrepiece.

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113. Turtle Alley, Kuala Terengganu

Tucked between two pre-war houses in Chinatown, Turtle Alley is whimsically dotted with everything turtle-related, from the mosaics to the turtle conservation story. Click to walk down the narrow alley which links the main street to the riverfront.

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114. Ho Ann Kiong, Kuala Terengganu

Small, humble yet intricately detailed, Ho Ann Kiong is the oldest Taoist temple in Kuala Terengganu’s Chinatown. Step in to virtually explore this well-preserved piece of heritage, built in 1801.

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115. Terengganu Chinatown, Kuala Terengganu

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Terengganu Chinatown was once the home of Chinese traders in the 16th century. Take a trip down this nostalgic lane to see pre-colonial buildings, colourful Peranakan shop houses, temples, street art and kopitiams. This is where the Terengganu Peranakan Festival is held annually.

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116. Ah Pok Kopitiam, Kuala Dungun

Ah Pok Kopitiam is a traditional coffee shop which has been serving the community of Kuala Dungun, Terengganu since the 1950s. Immerse in the local atmosphere while feasting your eyes on local delights like nasi lemak, nasi dagang, pulu lepa and refreshing homemade ice cream. Next to the kopitiam is a large tree which grew alongside Ah Pok Kopitiam, planted by the owner when he was 10.

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117. Mangkuk Beach, Penarik

Enjoy the scenery of Mangkuk Beach’s tropical paradise from the comfort of home. The peaceful white sandy beach is dotted by palm trees, looking like a view straight out of a postcard.

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118. Terrapuri Heritage Village, Penarik

Terrapuri Heritage Village is a unique boutique resort in Kampung Mangkuk, Terengganu. Known as the ‘Land of Palaces’, it consists of 29 beautifully restored antique houses once belonging to noblemen in the state, while the overall layout takes inspiration from the 17th century Terengganu palace. Click through this walk-through to see the Bali-esque facilities and one of the luxurious heritage villas.

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KELANTAN

119. Siti Khadijah Market, Kota Bharu

Watch Kota Bharu’s famous wet market burst into life with vibrant colours and local commotion. Named after Prophet Mohammad’s entrepreneurial wife, Siti Khadijah Market is mostly run by female vendors selling local produce, spices and ready-to-eat local delicacies.

CLICK HERE to see virtual tour of Siti Khadijah Market.

120. Palestine Street Alley, Kota Bharu

Wander down the Palestine Street Alley in this virtual tour, where vibrant street art beautify the buildings and the ground. There are roughly 20 colourful murals in this photogenic alley depicting the Palestinian struggle.

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121. Merdeka Square, Kota Bharu

Merdeka Square has seen some of the state’s significant historical moments, especially the Declaration of Independence of Malaya on 31 August 1957. Click through the square to spot the Kota Bharu Cenotaph, and the flagpole carrying the Kelantan flag.

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122. Muhammadi Mosque, Kota Bharu

Take a closer look at Muhammadi Mosque in a virtual tour to admire the mixture of colonial and moghul architecture, the Roman columns, large Beduk drum and golden minaret. The state mosque is named after the late Sultan Muhammad the IV.

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123. Observation Tower, Kota Bharu

The Observation Tower is a 150 metre building that overlooks Merdeka Square, Sultan Ismail Petra Arch and the Kelantan River. Enjoy a night view of the Observation Tower in this virtual tour, illuminated by colourful lights.

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124. Royal Museum, Kota Bharu

Get a glimpse into royal life in the past, with a few virtual exhibits at the Royal Museum. Established in 1991, there are royal artifacts, attires, art and personal belongings of the royal family. See if you can spot some autographs by the Queen of England herself.

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125. Kelantan Islamic Museum, Kota Bharu

Once dubbed the Veranda of Mecca, and the state’s first school of Islamic studies, the Islamic Museum offers an insight into the history of Islam in Kelantan. Have a look in the online walk-through of the Islamic Museum, where you can see several key artifacts, inscriptions and documents.

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126. Bank Kerapu, Second World War Museum, Kota Bharu

Fighter plane propellers, wartime bunkers, weapons, official documents, a Japanese bicycle and possessions of the local community are some of the items on display at Bank Kerapu. Your virtual trip here gives you a taste of the nation’s history during the Second World War.

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127. Dataran Cheng Ho, Kota Bharu

Take a look at Dataran Cheng Ho from above in this virtual tour. The most significant feature here is the Chinese-style gateway. This square in Kota Bharu is named after an important maritime general known as Admiral Cheng Ho.

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128. Kelantan State Museum, Kota Bharu

Enjoy a virtual exhibit of several collections of traditional crafts, arts, musical instruments, and artifacts in Kelantan. Check out the wayang kulit performance in one of the the halls.

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129. Sultan Ismail Petra Arch, Kota Bharu

Take a look at the Sultan Ismail Petra Arch as it lights up at night. This important attraction in Kota Bharu marks Kelantan as a cultural state and the cradle of Malay culture.

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130. Tokong Mek, Kota Bharu

Set foot in one of Malaysia’s oldest Buddhist temples, Tokong Mek, which has served the local Chinese community since 1787.

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131. Tuan Padang Roundabout, Kota Bharu

This is a view of the Tuan Padang Roundabout that you might not usually get to see as you speed down the road in your car. The Menara Rehal stands in the middle of the roundabout, featuring a clock tower and a monument with a Quran stand.

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132. Sultan Ismail Petra Silver Jubilee Mosque, Rantau Panjang

Experience the cultural blend and architectural splendour of the Sultan Ismail Petra Silver Jubilee Mosque without getting off your sofa. Crafted to resemble the 1,000-year-old Niujie Mosque in Beijing, it is also called the Beijing Mosque, thanks to its unique mixture of Chinese and Muslim designs.

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133. Istana Jahar, Kota Bharu

Here is a virtual view of Istana Jahar and its courtyard. Built in 1885, it now houses the Museum of Royal Traditions and Customs of Kelantan, where visitors can learn about Kelantan’s royal traditions and customs.

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134. Pak Sapie and Sons Wau Gallery, Kota Bharu

Go behind the scenes in this LokaLocal virtual tour to discover how the traditional kite of Malaysia is made. You’ll get to see the Pak Sapie and Sons Wau Gallery, which was established by the late Pak Sapie, the legendary kite maker of Malaysia. Watch the video of his son in action!

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135. Cahaya Bulan Beach, Kota Bharu

Bask in the beauty of Kelantan’s most famous beach, Cahaya Bulan Beach, before you even get here in person. This breeze and bustling attraction commonly sees locals enjoying picnics, flying kites, riding on horses and swimming in the sea.

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136. Ar-Rahman Mosque, Mukim Pulau Gajah

Check out the blend of architectural elements in this curious mosque, influenced by designs from Indonesia, Morocco, Yemen and Turkey. Ar-Rahman Mosque is situated on a small island surrounded by a river, once developed from a mangrove forest.

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137. Bisikan Bayu Beach, Semerak

Casuarina trees, coconut palms and sandy beaches – you can see it all in this virtual tour of Bisikan Bayu Beach.

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138. Gunung Reng, Jeli

According to folklore, Gunung Reng is believed to be an act of punishment, sent to destroy a village whose people was engaging in cruel activities. You won’t see any evidence of an old village concealed within it, but you can see this beautiful limestone hill up close.

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139. Senok Beach, Bachok

Nami Island in Korea? Rub your eyes and take a closer look: this is Senok Beach in Kelantan. You might have to see it for yourself to believe it! Initially planted to prevent erosion, the pine trees now form a scenic picnic spot by the sea.

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140. Kelantan Malay Traditional Shadow Puppet Gallery, Tumpat

Discover the only shadow play gallery in Kelantan in this online walk-through. It is privately run by traditional shadow puppet master Tok Dain. Apart from seeing all kinds of detailed puppets, you can learn to make a wayang kulit character with the master puppeteer upon request.

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141. Wat Machimmaram, Tumpat

Unknown to most people, Tumpat is home to an astonishing collection of Thai temples. Yes, you’ve read that right – Thai temples in Kelantan! The shining star in Wat Machimmaram is its magnificent Sitting Buddha statue, watching over the temple at 30 metres in height.

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142. Wat Mai Suwankiri, Tumpat

As you virtually walk through the temple grounds, it’s hard to imagine that there is a place like this in Malaysia. Wat Mai Suwankiri is known for their dragon boat vihara, a monastery guarded by 4 intricately carved dragons. There is also the Main Shrine Hall with its Standing Buddha statue, and the wax statue of the late abbot.

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143. Wat Phikulthong, Tumpat

Climb up the stairs at Wat Phikulthong to admire the 3 Standing Buddha statues, which are placed in front of one another. At the top of the temple, the tallest statue overlooks Tumpat at 15.2 metres high.

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144. Wat Photivihan, Tumpat

The first thing you’ll notice as you virtually explore Wat Pothivihan is a Reclining Buddha, the largest of its kind in Malaysia. The only other Reclining Buddha in the country is in Penang.

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145. Wau Museum, Tumpat

With an array of brilliantly coloured kites at every corner, you can learn all about the different types of traditional kites here. Dive into it in this virtual tour of the Wau Museum. You would not be able to guess what the traditional Waus from different states in Malaysia look like and signify!

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146. Orang Asli Jeli Museum, Jeli

This quiet and understated Orang Asli Jeli Museum sure packs a punch for those who want to learn about indigenous culture in Malaysia. Established in 1987, this LokaLocal virtual tour gives you an overview of the exhibits, which range from traditional costumes to spiritual items, hunting equipment, medicinal herbs and handicrafts unique to the Orang Asli community

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NEGERI SEMBILAN

147. Cape Rachado Lighthouse, Port Dickson

Admire the magnificent coastline and woodlands at Tanjung Tuan Recreational Forest, where the 16th century Cape Rachado Lighthouse takes the spotlight. It is believed to be the oldest lighthouse in Malaysia. Cape Rachado is also a well-known birdwatching spot.

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148. Lukut Fort and Museum, Port Dickson

This museum curates the history of tin mining in Port Dickson, while the historical hill behind it is home to the ancient fort. Click through to see some of the exhibits at the Lukut Fort and Museum.

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149. Cahaya Negeri Beach, Port Dickson

Take in the peaceful coastal scenery as you walk down the bridge at Cahaya Negeri Beach. At the end of the bridge is Pulau Burung, a small, lush mangrove island called Pulau Burung. Many people drop by this area to go fishing, camping or boating.

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150. PD Waterfront, Port Dickson

From this viewpoint at PD Waterfront, you can see a panoramic view of the ocean, as well as a mangrove island just off the coast called Pulau Arang.

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151. Wan Loong Temple, Port Dickson

Step into Wan Loong Temple to marvel at its elaborate details in this virtual tour. Its name means ‘Dragon of the Clouds’, and pays homage to the Goddess of Mercy as well as the Monkey God.

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152. Nilai Square, Nilai

Look around Nilai Square in a virtual tour. Tucked at the heart of Nilai town, this is where main events take place in town. There is also a clock tower at the centre of it, complete with several public spaces.

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153. Seremban Lake Gardens, Seremban

This LokaLocal virtual tour takes you around the Seremban Lake Gardens, filled with picturesque pockets of greenery, shady areas and stone statues. There is a large lake at the centre of the recreational park. From here, you can catch a glimpse of several landmarks in Seremban.

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154. Seremban Jamek Mosque, Seremban

The Seremban Jamek Mosque is the oldest mosque in Negeri Sembilan. It incorporates the old Malaccan mosque design, unlike most mosques in the state that feature the Minangkabau style.

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155. Seremban Wet Market, Seremban

Looking for a bit of local excitement? Visit the Seremban Wet Market virtually, where locals buy their fresh produce, meat and perishable goods. Many people come here for the hawker delights you can get on the upper floor, such as the famous beef noodles.

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156. Tuanku Ja’afar Royal Gallery, Seremban

The Tuanku Ja’afar Royal Gallery displays a number of personal collections weaving together the life and history of Tuanku Ja’afar, who reigned as the sultan of Negeri Sembilan for 42 years. Check out what it looks like in this virtual tour.

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MELAKA

157. A Famosa, Melaka

This virtual walkthrough brings you to the historical ruins of A Famosa up close. Also known as Porta de Santiago, this is one of the oldest surviving European architectural remains in Asia.

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158. The Dutch Square, Melaka

No one leaves Melaka without visiting the Dutch Square. Take a virtual stroll around the square to see a collection of red-brick beauties such as The Stadhuys, Christ Church, Queen Victoria’s Fountain and the museums, each with a history that spans several centuries.

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159. St Paul’s Church, Melaka

Walk up the steep steps of St Paul’s Hills and you will reach St Paul’s Church. This virtual showcase allows you to view major pieces of this historical site, such as the chapel ruins, marble statue of St Francies Xavier, and the ancient Dutch tombstones.

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160. Kampung Kling Mosque, Melaka

Take a look at one of the oldest mosques in Malaysia, Kampung Kling. The unique structure resembles a pagoda, complete with a fusion of Javanese, Chinese, Hindu, and Malacca Malay architectural influences.

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161. Kampung Hulu Mosque, Melaka

Have a stroll outside the Kampung Hulu Mosque. This is the oldest functioning mosque in Malaysia, which was commissioned by the Dutch in a time of religious pluralism.

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162. Morten Village, Melaka

Did you know that a traditional Malay village still exists at the urban heart of Melaka? It is called Morten Village, and you can even have a virtual walk-through around Villa Sentosa, a living museum that captures the kampung home experience.

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163. Melaka River, Melaka

The Melaka River is the centrepiece of the heritage city. Said to be where Melaka was founded centuries ago, it also played a vital role as a trade route, hence earning it the name Venice of the East. Click to walk down the river, lined by colourful buildings.

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164. Hang Tuah Mausoleum, Melaka

The Hang Tuah Mausoleum is believed to be the final resting spot of legendary warrior, Hang Tuah, who served his time during the Melaka Sultanate.

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1665. Hang Li Poh’s Well, Melaka

Legend has it that Hang Li Poh’s Well, originally made as a water source of its townsfolk, has never dried up since 1459, even in a time of extreme drought. Today, people use it as a wishing well. Although you won’t be able to toss a coin in from the screen, you can still virtually walk around this historical attraction.

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166. Melaka Warrior Monument, Melaka

Melaka Warrior Monument is a World War Two memorial that commemorates those who lost their lives during the Japanese occupation. It is located next to a 15th century graveyard, Bukit Cina, which happens to be the oldest and largest Chinese cemetery outside of China.

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167. Klebang Beach, Melaka

Can’t hit the beach just yet? Virtually explore Klebang Beach on the southern coast of Melaka. You can also find all kinds of food trucks and stalls to satisfy your cravings after a long time.

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168. Sam Po Kong Temple, Melaka

Make your way to Sam Po Kong Temple, which was built in 1795 by the Chinese Kapitans to appease the souls of Chinese traders who came to Malaya and died with no family to pray for them.

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169. Portuguese Settlement, Melaka

Portuguese Settlement is home to the Portuguese descendants living in Malaysia. Turn your wanderlust on and enjoy the view of the Christ the Redeemer replica statue. Nearby there are plenty of seafood restaurants facing the straits of Melaka.

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JOHOR

170. Nattukottai Chettiars’ Sri Murugan Temple, Muar

Teleport your way to Muar and check out Nattukottai Chettiars’ Temple, the oldest and largest Hindu temple in town. The South Indian temple features a detailed 5 tiered monumental tower at the entrance.

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171. Dataran Tanjung Emas, Muar

This public square in Muar is a hotspot for local celebrations in town. As you tap your way through the virtual tour, you will see the scenic clock tower pavilion and the commemorative plaque, which celebrates the declaration of Muar as a Royal Town of Johor.

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172. Leka Beach, Parit Jawa

Located 10km from Muar, this serene beach in Parit Jawa is right at the edge of a fishing village. From here, you can see a pier reaching out into the Straits of Melaka, and a watchtower by the coast.

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173. Lovers’ Beach, Segenting Fishermen Village, Batu Pahat

Make your way down the Lovers’ Bridge of Segenting Fishermen Village. The pier looks out into a romantic view of the sea, so lovers like to come here for their dates.

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174. Aw Pottery, Simpang Renggam

Imagine ceramic mosaics and artwork glittering around you – this is what you can expect at Aw Pottery. Explore the studio virtually and look out for the old dragon kiln, once used to wood-fire all the handmade ceramic pottery here.

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175. Chong Long Gong Temple, Batu Pahat

Notice how Chong Long Gong temple in Segenting Village features many underwater related statues. This is because it is famous for its arapaima fishes, believed to bestow good fortune to those who touch the fishes.

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176. Minyak Beku Beach, Batu Pahat

Located in Batu Pahat, this is where the town earned its name, after a chiselled rock used by Siamese soldiers to collect drinking water in the 15th century. See what Minyak Beku Beach is like today, complete with fishing spots, seaside recreational areas, coffee shops and a lighthouse.

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177. Simpang Renggam Pineapple Fields, Simpang Renggam

This small town in Johor is famous for its pineapple farms, that stretch into the horizon. Click to see breathtaking views of Simpang Renggam’s stunning Sea of Pineapples, and observe how a farmer harvest the fruits in a 360° video.

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178. Sultan Ibrahim Jamek Mosque, Muar

Sultan Ibrahim Jamek Mosque is an impressive monument that offers a glimpse into Johor’s rich colonial past.

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179. Traditional Boat Builder of Muar, Muar

Take a look up close at a boat builder in action in Parit Jawa in this virtual tour. You might be surprised to know that this dying art is still practised in Malaysia, which involves handcrafting the vessels using traditional methods.

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180. Yong Peng Fortune Dragon, Yong Peng

Sprawled across a beautiful landscaped garden, the 115-metre Fortune Dragon of Yong Peng is by far the longest dragon tunnel in Southeast Asia. Enjoy the sight of this majestic beast in 360°.

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181. Yong Peng Tian Bao Temple, Yong Peng

Tian Bao Temple is home to a huge Jigong Living Buddha, a Buddhist monk who lived in the Southern Song Dynasty. At 68 feet, it is the tallest of its kind in Malaysia.

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PENANG

182. Edison Hotel, Georgetown

The Edison George Town is a lifestyle hotel set within a restored colonial mansion along Lebuh Leith. Check out the virtual tour to view its elegant spaces, comfy lounge and outdoor cabanas.

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