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  • Club Mahindra's Malaysia Resort Poolview
  • Malaysian Skyline
  • Petronas Towers Malaysia view from the bottom

Heritage Suites, Malaysia

Opulence and abundance can be found at the Malaysia Heritage Suites. Part of the picturesque South Lake at Mines Resort City, its attraction lies at the water’s edge. The open canals are simply exceptional. They take one on a journey along the water front promenade, where the tree-lined canals are an experience in itself. The Malaysia Heritage Suites make for a grand stay. 

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      Sight Seeing

      1. Rumah Penghulu Abu Seman

      The heritage centre of the Badan Warisan Malaysia (Heritage of Malaysia Trust) is located in a mock Tudor building dating from 1925. In the garden is a bamboo hut built by Orang Asli of the Temiar community and a restored Malay timber house known as the Rumah Penghulu. The centre hosts regular exhibitions with a heritage theme and has a gift shop and reference library. All in all a great trip.

      2. The National Theatre

      Permanent home of the National Theatre Company and the National Symphony Orchestra, the National Theatre is responsible for the development of all forms of theatrical art in Malaysia. Designed as a functional building, which not only reflects the beauty of form, the National Theatre is equipped with state-of-the-art equipment, while still retaining the national heritage and traditional Malay design. Drama, dance and musical performances are held regularly and one will enjoy attending any performance here.

      3. Dataran Merdeka

      Facing the Sultan Abdul Samad Building is Dataran Merdeka or Merdeka Square, an immaculately-tufted 8.2 hectare area of historical interest. A 100 metre-high flagpole marks the spot where the Malayan Flag was hoisted on August 31, 1957, signifying the independence of the country from British rule. A historical place of interest.

      4. National Mosque

      This uniquely designed mosque embodies a contemporary expression of traditional Islamic art, calligraphy and ornamentation. Its most striking feature is the multi-fold umbrella-like roof, which symbolizes the aspirations of an independent nation. It affords a glimpse into the beautiful culture of the nation that is a great experience.

      5. National Art Gallery

      Located on a 5.67 acre site at Jalan Temerloh, the National Art Gallery is flanked by the National Theatre and the National Library. It is an enlightening trip.

      6. National Planetarium

      This blue-domed structure is situated atop a hill in Kuala Lampur Lake Gardens. Its attractions include the space theatre, which screens space shows and movies. In the main hall are permanent exhibits related to space science. Among them is the Arianne IV space engine - one of the engines used to launch MEASAT I, Malaysia's first satellite, into space.

      7. Kuala Lumpur Lake Gardens

      Kuala Lampur's most popular park, located at Jalan Perdana, it showcases harmony, beauty and tranquillity created by both man and nature. Built around two lakes, the sprawling 91.6-hectare tropical garden is a pleasant oasis within the city. One must visit it.

      8. Orchid Garden

      Walk under pergolas, delighting in the exotic blooms of orchids or stroll through orchid-lined walkways or buy a plant specimen as a memento of your visit to Kuala Lampur. Over 800 varieties of orchids, including exotic species, thrive abundantly on this 1-hectare floral paradise. Cut flowers and plants are sold on the weekend. Orchid growers at the garden also provide practical tips and advice on the art of orchid growing. An interesting trip.

      9. Butterfly Park

      More than 15,000 plants have been used to create the gorgeous tropical rainforest setting that is this park. Home to over 6,000 butterflies, there is a nursery and breeding area here as well.

      10. Kuala Lumpur Bird Park

      One of the largest bird parks in the region, the Kuala Lumpur Bird Park houses over 5,000 birds, with 90% local varieties and 10% imported from overseas. One can truly enjoy their time at the park, which spans 2-8 hectares of enclosure, 3.2 hectares of free flight aviary and 0.5 hectares are devoted to the hornbill.

      11. Hibiscus Garden

      Hibiscus, the Queen of the Tropical Flowers, thrives in glorious shades in this garden, where over 500 varieties are grown. Amongst them is the rosa sinensis, Malaysia's national flower. A must see.

      12. Deer Park

      Roaming in idyllic bliss amid ponds, trees and dense hectares are the spotted deer from Holland. Look out for the elusive Kancil, the mousedeer from Malaysia's rainforest. Makes for an interesting visit.

      13. National Monument

      Designed by the famous sculptor Felix de Weldon, this 15.54-metre high bronze monument was constructed in 1966 to honour the country's fallen heroes during the Communist insurgency. It is one of the largest freestanding sculptures in the world and is a rare treat.

      14. Asean Sculpture Garden

      Waterscapes and landscapes combine harmoniously in this garden located just below the National Monument. It’s collection of prize-winning sculptures by some of the finest artists in the ASEAN region is well worth a visit.

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