1. Manukan Island- Maukan is the most popular Island among both domestic and international tourists. The Island is able to draw attention of more than 200,000 visitors on annual basis. Manukan Island is only 15- minute away by boat ride. People who are visiting Kota Kinabalu, they must give a check on the Island as they are close by. If you want to go to Malaysia then you need Malaysia entri visa. You can apply Malaysia tourist visa at https://www.malaysiavisa.org.my/.
2. Batu Caves- the Batu Caves is an iconic and famous tourist attraction considered as Malaysian national treasure, protected by a monumental statue of Hindu God- Lord Mururgan. It has three main caves showcasing temples and Hindu shrines. Its chief attraction is the giant statue of Hindu God at the entrance.
3. Mount Kinabalu- Mount Kinabalu is always ready to serve magical experience for the travelers. Perched at the height of 4,095 metres, Mount Kinabalu employs uncanny quality that is both astonishing and inexpressible. This is must- visit tallest peak among attractions planted between the Himalayas and the New Guinea to create unlimited memories with friends.
4. Tioman island- Tioman Island is a small Island also called Pulau Tioman by the locals situated along the east coast of the state of Pahang in Peninsular Malaysia. The beauty of the Island is that it is not so very popular which makes it more interesting as it is less crowded for most of the months.