Rickshaw waiting for tourists at the foot of St. Paul's Hill in Malacca. On the summit of St. Paul's Hill stand the ruins of St. Paul's church, a Christian church built in 1521 by a Portuguese nobleman.
The Petronas towers, the most important landmark of Kuala Lumpur, are the tallest twin buildings in the world and held the title of tallest buildings in the world from 1998 to 2004 when they were surpassed by Taipei 101 in Taiwan.
Batu Caves, located 13 km from the Malaysian capital Kuala Lumpur, is a series of limestone caves housing an important Hindu shrine dedicated to Lord Murugan whose 42 m tall statue stands at the entrance to the caves.
The Kek Lok Si Temple (Temple of Supreme Bliss) on the island of Penang is one of the most important Buddhist temples in Southeast Asia. The swastika seen on these Buddha statues is an ancient symbol that has been used for centuries in Hinduism and Buddhism to represent good fortune or eternity.