You need not spend a lot on your Cheap Malaysia Holidays because a trip to its capital Kuala Lumpur alone will already keep you busy and fulfilled afterwards. The more adventurous ones on their Cheap Malaysia Holidays would prefer to scale Mount Kinabalu within Sabah's Kinabalu National Park which is classified as a World Heritage Site. For one, Mount Kinabalu is Malay Archipelago's 4th tallest mountain. Kinabalu is in itself a UNESCO World Heritage Site as it is home to 100 species of mammals, 326 bird species and 4,500 plant species. If you are physically fit then the climb would be easy provided you have a guide with you.
The Malaysian Houses of Parliament is your next Malaysia Cheap Holidays destinations. You might think it quite stiff given that it is the assembly place of the Malaysian Parliament. The Parliament's strategic location in Kuala Lumpur's Perdana Lake Garden makes it easy for you to visit the Tugu Negara national monument during your Malaysia Cheap Holidays.
Your Cheap Malaysia Holidays will bring you to the majestic Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur which held the title of being the world's tallest building until it was surpassed by Taipei 101 in 2004. It is however, still the world's tallest twin buildings and is a Malaysian landmark. You will appreciate the beauty of the 88-floor Twin Towers during your Cheap Malaysia Holidays knowing that it took seven years to build it using the deepest foundation in the world. The building was designed following Islamic art.
Your Malaysia Cheap Holidays would be more exciting if you visit Kuala Lumpur's limestone hill which is popular the world over as Batu Caves. You will find statues incorporated along the 100-year old temple's limestone formation which are said to date back to 400 million years ago. There are several Hindu Shrines in the Cathedral Cave. If you're up to it, then try to climb the 272 steps leading to the caves during your Malaysia Cheap Holidays.