This majestic place is located in Taman Botani Putrajaya. It was built as a cultural exchange between Malaysia and Morocco. The Moorish architecture, combined with the intricate carvings on the walls and ceilings, will leave you feeling astounded. Some people have even said that it resembles the Alhambra of Granada, Spain.
Visitors are not permitted to take 📸photos inside this place. However, you are free to take as many pictures as you like of the exterior. We recommend visiting during weekdays, when it is less crowded, to avoid having your tinder profile picture photobombed by running children. This is also an ideal location for pre-wedding and graduation photoshoots.
On the Pantai Mek Mas beach, there is a hill of sand dunes and no, we kid you not. However, one thing for sure is that, this sand dune is not a natural phenomenon! Some people say it is a remnant of a sand mining project. Many people flock to this beach in Kelantan for a photo or two, so again our advice is: visit during weekdays to avoid crowds!!
Additionally, there has been a mysterious natural phenomenon that recently occurred, where the seawater receded, revealing a 1-kilometer strip of sand in the middle of the beach leading to the sea. This amazing occurrence has allowed people to walk to the middle of the sea like Aquaman and Aquawoman! How cool!
This is another beautiful beach with sand dunes! Although the dunes are not as tall as those at Pantai Mek Mas, it is a fascinating sight to see when water becomes stagnant in the craters formed by the dunes, creating an appearance of an oasis!
This is another man-made sand dune resulting from land reclamation activities over a decade ago. Due to land stability issues, the development project was abandoned and left behind towering piles of sand, ranging from 10 to 20 meters in height. This stunning white sandy "desert" is a popular destination for tourists and photographers. The few plants that have managed to grow on the white sand dunes give it the appearance of a real Middle-Eastern desert!
Basically, this place doesn't really look like Palm Jumeirah, but if you send a drone above it, you'll see a similar 🌴palm-tree shape. Dubbed as a mini Palm Jumeirah, there are a total of 315 water villas forming the long strips of leaves and the tree trunk.