I remember seeing an image of Langkawi Sky Bridge and thinking you couldn’t find a better view in the world. Within the next month I found you most definitely could find better views, with about 10 better ones right there in Malaysia! People don’t often dedicate enough time to Malaysia while travelling through south east Asia, at their own peril, as they often look back and feel the need to return to the country so they can fully ‘tick everything off the bucket list‘. From the Gunung Mulu national park and Taman Negara to Bako national park and the Batu caves, you will have your boots filled with experiences. I mean, there is a ridiculous amount of things to do in Malaysia. I do have a laugh when American friends come to England and they drive up to a roundabout, watching the panic on their faces. But Malaysia hosts the largest roundabout in the world, the Persiaran Sultan Salahuddin Abdul Aziz Shah. At 2.2 miles, you’d almost have enough time to read out the name! Almost. You should also have a look through the Sarawak Chamber, an underground cave chamber which looks absolutely stunning.