These Are Malaysia's Top 5 Destinations for Indians Without a Visa

The capital of Malaysia is a thriving metropolis renowned for its famous landmarks, contemporary skyline, and lively street life.

Kuala Lumpur

'Pearl of the Orient' is another name for Penang. It is well-known for its delicious street cuisine, historic buildings, and rich cultural legacy. The capital, George Town, is a UNESCO World Heritage Site with excellent preservation


Colonial forces had an impact on Malacca. Portuguese, Dutch, British, and even Chinese cultures have left their marks on it. Forts, cathedrals, museums, and towers all have these.


Perak's Ipoh has British colonial architecture. It can be mostly seen in Ipoh Old Town. Many limestone caves, including temples, can be seen on the city outskirts.


The third-largest island in the world is called Borneo. Sabah and Sarawak in Malaysia provide amazing biodiversity, luxuriant jungles, and distinctive animals.