The Portuguese, Dutch and British started mixing with the indigenous people of Malaysia beginning from the 16th Century. This mixing of cultures as well as the influences of India and China has produced a country with rich Hindu, Buddhist and Islamic traditions. On the east coast of Malaysia, you can enjoy a tour of Kuala Terengganu City and explore this multifaceted heritage. If you pass through this city, you must absolutely visit Masjid Kristal or Crystal Mosque. This building glows at night. Its architecture is a fusion of tradition and modernity and it is built of iron, glass and crystal.
You can enjoy an extraordinary tour of Chinatown in Malaysia, where you can go for walks in streets flanked by Chinese architecture and then explore the highly colourful Ho Ann Kiong Buddhist temple. Continue exploring the heritage of Malaysia by visiting the Istana Muziah, a colonial-style palace where the Sultan once lived. Conclude your excursion by visiting Kratangan, a market in the southern part of the city where you can explore very beautiful artisanal collections.