Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, September 27, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Greatsbooking.com, an online travel agency incorporated in Malaysia is proud to announce the launch of its first campaign Asian Escapade, with a focus on a country they know best, their home country, Malaysia.
In Malaysia’s capital Kuala Lumpur, or affectionately known as KL for locals, is where you can find the Petronas Twin Towers, the tallest twin towers in the world. There is also the KL Tower that travelers should not miss for an unbeatable view of the city. Kuala Lumpur’s Chinatown, Central Market and Golden Triangle are sure to be shopping havens for travelers who love to shop. Bird lovers would enjoy KL Bird Park. Another attraction would be Batu Caves, a historic hindu temple housed in a cave on top of a hill. Travelers would need to climb up 272 steps to reach the main temple of Batu Caves. For food lovers, KL has Alor Street with hundred of food stalls serving a variety of Malay, Chinese and Indian delicacies.
After KL, travelers to Malaysia should also stop by Pulau Pinang or simply Penang. Experience the unique charms of the Straits eclectic architecture and sights from the colonial past in George Town. Feast yourself in hawker stalls and coffee shops by the streets for a delectable mix of Malay, Chinese and Indian ‘fast food’ favorites. Enjoy the sights of some of Penang’s grandest colonial mansions on Penang Hill. Photography enthusiasts would enjoy multiple trips to grand churches, Indian temples and magnificent mosques all around the island. Nature lovers would enjoy the National Park in Pantai Acheh. Shoppers would not miss the flea markets, night markets and modern shopping malls all along Lorong Kulit and Rope Walk. Beach lovers would enjoy the white sandy beaches of Batu Ferringhi.
Just a couple of hours away from Penang would be Malacca declared as a World Heritage Site in 2010. Travelers can explore the different types of traditional Malaysian houses representing every state in Malaysia in Taman Mini Malaysia & Mini ASEAN. Then they should take a 45 minutes boat tour along the Malacca River to see the best sights this historical city has to offer. After enjoying the look and feel of the city, travelers should delve deeper into the culture by visiting about 14 museums that are situated near Fort A Famosa, another historical landmark in Malacca. Other attractions include shoppers paradise Jonker street, Eye on Malaysia, The Stadhuys and many others.
Greatsbooking.com is offering an array of excellent accommodations for travelers to Malaysia.