There is absolutely no doubt about it – traveling is always a fun experience filled with fun and unforgettable memories. However, traveling can be a pretty tough thing to do sometimes, especially for those who are just getting their feet wet in the waters of travel. Perhaps the main reason for this is because you are in charge of just about anything and everything involved in your trip, including the planning and preparation process, which can be pretty frustrating on its own. This is especially the case when you are traveling to a country that you have never visited before. Why? The answer is simply because going somewhere for the first time ever is usually an uncomfortable experience, and the reason why is because you just don’t know what to expect until you arrive at your destination.
But don’t let all these things distract you from the fact that traveling to a new place is always a fun experience. In fact, traveling to a new place is much more fun than scary, and the main reason for this is because you never know what to expect until you get there. You just don’t know what places you will get to see or what kind of people you will get to meet until you reach your destination, and that is one of the biggest reasons why this type of travel is always very interesting. The owners of Zone Garage Calgary like make it an annual ritual to try and visit a spot that they’ve never been to before. It is safe to say that every single time you travel, you want to make as many fun memories as possible, don’t you? Of course you do! Well, you will get to do just that during your visit to Malaysia. And now, here are top three things that you should do during your visit to Malaysia. Enjoy!
Eat Some Local Meals
Malaysian food is interesting, unique, and very delicious. And speaking of Malaysian food, their mixed rice is one of the most popular meals in the country. That being said, you shouldn’t leave Malaysia until you try some of their local food.
Meet New People
When it comes to people in Malaysia, they are always very nice and friendly, and it is pretty much safe to say that they will welcome you with open arms. So, don’t be shy! Talk to locals and try to befriend as many of them as you possibly can.
Visit Popular Places
Malaysia is filled with all sorts of unique and interesting places. With that said, be sure to visit as many of them as you possibly can. For example, the PETRONAS Twin Towers are located in Koala Lumpur, which is the capital of Malaysia, and you should definitely visit them the first chance you get.
Waterfalls are fascinating bodies of water. The cascading water from an elevated land is such a majestic thing to behold and it’s not a surprise why there are a lot of people who are fond of visiting waterfalls. All waterfalls are beautiful but there are those that are just notable and more popular than others. Here are the 5 popular waterfalls in the Philippines.
CAN-UMANTAD FALLS, BOHOL
Bohol is a famous tourist destination in the Philippines but not all tourists know about this gem hidden in the forest of Candijay, Bohol. The uphill road that leads to this gorgeous falls is rough so it would be best to ride a vehicle that is for off the beaten tracks. You can park your car a kilometer or 2 away from the falls because you must now proceed by foot. The drop from the top down to the wading pool is almost 80 feet but the water is not so deep making it enjoyable for everyone to swim.
MAMBUKAL SEVEN FALLS, NEGROS OCCIDENTAL
Not a lot of falls are interconnected but in the province of Negros Occidental, there is quite a popular waterfalls known as Mambukal. Mambukal not only has one but seven cascading falls making it a nice trekking experience as well. Discovering these falls is an adventure since you have to do an uphill hike and visit them one by one. The first 3 are easy-piecy but the next 4 is the real challenge. Aside from the refreshing waters of the falls, Mambukal is also famous for its hot springs thus the name “Mambukal” or boiling water.
CAMBUGAHAY FALLS, SIQUIJOR
A refreshing dip in the turquoise waters of Cambugahay Falls is a welcome feeling after a whole day of sea activities. It is a 3-tiered waterfalls that gives travelers some peace and quiet since the sound from the falls drowns other noises. There is a tarzan swing there that is very popular to adventurers and if the swing is not enough, one can also dive to the waters from the top level.
TUMALOG FALLS, CEBU
This unique natural wonder is a sight to marvel and behold. It is huge and the mist makes the surrounding surreal with rocks looking like solid umbrellas underneath the gossamer water curtain. These rocks filter the flow of water so instead of a full-force cascade the water is scattered and you can just feel the gentle sprinkle of water below. The waist-deep pool underneath is man-made by the local government for the tourists to enjoy.
ALIWAGWAG FALLS, DAVAO ORIENTAL
The water from the falls make it look like a white stairway to heaven. It holds the title of the highest waterfalls in the Philippines, this 1110 feet waterfall is a definite must-see. The waters are enveloped by lush greeneries complementing the already glorious scenery. From the national highway, you can already take a photo of this majestic waters but dipping on its water basins are much enjoyable.