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When cycling through Malaysia, there are many locations that are worth visiting: The island Borneo, which is shared between Malaysia, Brunei and Indonesia and offers a variety of routes for mountain bikers as well as for amateurs, the hilly landscape of the Cameron Highlands 3,5 hours from the capital Kuala Lumpur, and of course Kuala Lumpur itself, where one can visit sights like the Petronas Towers, the Lake Gardens or the Menara Kuala Lumpur, the world’s seventh highest TV tower. You can find many more cycling routes in Malaysia with the bike route planner online.

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  • The Petrona Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur are one of the city’s sights. The towers are connected via a 58-metre-long glass bridge. The view from the observation deck on the 86th floor is excellent.

  • Melaka’s old town offers many attractions: Museums, a palace and the Cheng Hoon Temple. The city’s surrounding area is easily explored by bike.

  • A trip to the island Redang. Thanks to its rich fauna and flora, the island is ideal for eco-adventurers and bike fans.


  • When visiting a buddhist temple, you should take off your shoes.

  • Attention! People drive on the left in Malaysia.

  • The streets in Malaysia are likely in the best condition of all the streets in Southeast Asia, many also boast a hard shoulder. In parts, there are even own cycling lanes next to the motorways with shelters in case of heavier rainfalls.

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