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Malaysia Travel Photos

Written by Duke Stewart

My wife and I visited this country  a couple of times and brought back tons of memories and Christina’s photos of Malaysia will forever remind us of this wonderful country. Some of them originally appeared in stories about various parts of the country that we’ve visited but now live here to display my wife’s talents behind the lens. Each section is divided by place has room to expand if you’re interested in sharing your own photos! I hope you enjoy these and would love to read your thoughts in the comments section. Take Care, my friends.

Petronas Towers

Petronas Towers, Malaysia

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National Mosque

Ladies having lunch inside Malaysia's National Mosque


Main Prayer Hall inside Malaysia's National Mosque

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Batu Caves

Monkey outside Malaysia's Batu Caves


Outside the Batu Caves, Malaysia


Walking around Malaysia's Batu Caves


Outside Malaysia's Batu Caves

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 Cameron Highlands

Beautiful views while hiking in Malaysia's Cameron Highlands

Hiking in the Cameron Highlands, Malaysia

Overlooking the Boh Tea Plantation in the Cameron Highlands, Malaysia

Staring at the Boh Tea Plantation in the Cameron Highlands, Malaysia

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Inside Penang's Chew Jetty, Malaysia

Restaurant in Penang - I'll Take All of the Above

Christina taking a shot at Penang, Malaysia


Restaurant signs in Penang, Malaysia

Having a-Snack in Penang, Malaysia

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So what did you think? Are you ready to book a ticket and head to Malaysia now? If you have a photo that you’d like to add, let me know in the comments section!

This post is a part of our Travel Photos series.

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Duke Stewart

As a recovering Expat, I write about Life through Travel and want you there with me through captivating stories followed by guides on how to do the same. My work has been featured in various magazines throughout Korea and in online publications including the awesome I am also a nerd and love to point out a situation's similarities to any of my favorite movies, books, or tv shows. You've been warned:) Follow along on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for daily updates.


  • Wow… Malaysia is a beautiful place. We are starting our research in the possibility of relocating to KL for a while. You and your beautiful photos have added fuel to the fire of desire. One question, how is the transportation between the islands? Looks like you can actually drive to Thailand and Singapore, which would be cool trips depending on the border politics.
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    • Hi Dan, thanks for the questions here. I’ll be glad to help where I can. I have a friend who’s spending a lot of time in KL right now and as you already know, it’s a great city and worth lots of time. Traveling to Penang from KL isn’t too bad and some of the people I’ve met in Malaysia didn’t mind the roughly 4 hour bus rides between it. As far as the other islands go, I had a coworker who raved about Perhentien but I’m almost certain that he flew there from the city.

      The roads are decent around the cities but can get bumpy and curvy in some spots. The worst one I was on was towards Cameron and let me say, not good when you’ve just woken up and decided to start your day with curry. Regardless, I’d say “Go For It!” on driving throughout the country! Visa processes are strict no matter where you go but I bet it’s doable there.

      I’d love to hear about it when you do this so please keep me posted! Take care and thanks for commenting.
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