7 Things To Do In Malaysia For Elderly Travellers

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Immerse In Culture

In Malacca, the vibrant Jonker Street beckons with its colourful Peranakan shophouses, bustling markets, and tantalising aromas wafting from street food stalls.

Nature’s Retreat 

Langkawi’s pristine beaches, surrounded by turquoise waters and swaying palm trees, offer the perfect setting for relaxation. 

Pamper Yourself

The Banjaran Hotsprings Retreat in Ipoh offers a sanctuary of tranquillity amidst limestone caves and natural hot springs. 

Feast On Flavors

Immerse yourself in the sensory delights of Malaysian cuisine as you explore bustling food markets, sampling dishes like nasi lemak, laksa, and roti canai.

All Aboard

The North Borneo Railway in Sabah offers a leisurely ride through lush countryside aboard a vintage steam train, complete with colonial-style carriages and panoramic views.

Cultural Delights

Immerse yourself in Malaysia’s rich cultural heritage through traditional performances and cultural villages.

Leisurely Walks

Explore Malaysia’s cities at your own pace with leisurely walking tours that take you off the beaten path.

Compiled By Himani Verma

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