Cotton On Delivery Methods
PLEASE NOTE: We’re working closely with our delivery partners to get your orders to you as safely as possible. This includes drivers making contactless deliveries and adhering to hygiene precautions as advised by the local government and health authorities.
Please allow a few extras days for your order to be processed. There may also be some delivery delays depending on the network capacity of our delivery partners. Once you get your shipping confirmation email, you’ll be able to get the latest updates by clicking the tracking link.
Standard – RM10 or FREE RM125+
- Peninsula: Order by 3pm Monday to Friday for delivery within 3-4 business days. Orders placed after 3pm Monday to Friday will be delivered within 4-5 business days.
- East Malaysia: Delivered within 3-6 business days.
- Signature required on delivery.
- Cash on Delivery (pay cash upon delivery) is available within selected cities in Malaysia.
- You will be required to sign an invoice upon delivery, which will confirm and ensure collection of your cash.
- Cash on Delivery payments available via Standard Delivery or Next Day Delivery only.
- Cash on Delivery is not available on orders containing personalised product.
- Standard delivery only on orders containing personalised items.
- Allow an additional 5 business days for orders containing a personalised item.
- Orders containing both personalised and non personalised items will be delivered together.
Free Delivery Terms & Conditions
- No promo code needed! Free shipping is automatically applied at checkout when your order is over the specified threshold.
- The threshold for free shipping is calculated after any promotions and discounts are applied.
- Free shipping is a limited promotion and not available for orders delivered outside Malaysia.
Delivery on Public Holidays?
- Unfortunately your order is not able to be delivered on a public holiday.
- If your order is placed on a Public Holiday it will not be processed and despatched until the next businesss day.
- During National and State specific public holidays or busy sale periods you may experience a delay in receiving your order.
Click & Collect
Click & Collect – RM5 or FREE on orders RM90+
- Available in selected stores.
- Peninsula: Order by 3pm Monday to Friday for collection in store within 2 business days.
- Orders placed after 3pm Monday to Friday will be available for collection in 2 business days.
- East Malaysia: Available for collection within 2-5 business days.
- Please note: uncollected orders will be cancelled and refunded after 30 days.
Store to Door
- Peninsula: Order by 3pm Monday to Friday for delivery within 2-3 business days. Orders placed after 3pm Monday to Friday will be delivered within 3-4 business days.
- East Malaysia: Delivered within 2-5 business days.
- Signature required on delivery.
- Standard domestic shipping only. We’re unable to offer international or express shipping.
- Unfortunately we are unable to offer International delivery for orders placed via our Malaysia website.
- Please visit our AU, USA or Singapore site to place an order for international delivery.
Will my order be delayed?
- It’s a busy time, but we’re working closely with our delivery partners to get your orders to you as safely as possible. There could be delays of up to 2 weeks. While most orders will arrive earlier, we want to be upfront about what to expect. Once you get your shipping confirmation email, you’ll be able to get the latest updates via the tracking link.
I haven’t received a shipping confirmation or tracking number for my order. Who do I contact?
- The quickest way to get in touch is via the online chat widget at the bottom of the Cotton On homepage.
How are you looking after your employees in the Distribution Centre?
- Ensuring a safe working environment for our Distribution Centre team members is our top priority. We have taken strong measures to look after our people and the safe shipping of your product. These include providing hand sanitisers and personal protective equipment, high hygiene and cleaning standards, and split working hours to reduce employee contact.
Is delivery to PO Boxes available?
- No, unfortunately orders cannot be delivered to PO Boxes.
Delivery Terms & Conditions
Delivery Terms & Conditions
- Receiving your order: Please note that orders require a signature on delivery. If you are not available to sign for your order, the postal carrier will leave a note with instructions for pick up from a designated post office. Delivery is subject to the terms of the relevant postal service.
- While we do everything we can to ensure your order is delivered in a timely manner, we will not be liable for any loss or damage incurred by any person as a result of delay caused by our carrier that we have no control over or by any event which is out of our reasonable control or foresight including but not limited to any delay caused by an incorrect delivery address being provided to us.
- Out of stock items: If any items in your order are out of stock at the time your order is packed, we will notify you via email and refund you for those items.
Which stores are currently open?
- All our stores across the Cotton On Group are open.
How are you creating a safe environment instore?
- As always, our people and customers are our first priority. Here’s how we’re creating a safe environment for everyone.
- Keeping it clean:
We’re cleaning high-touch surfaces regularly. This includes tables, racks, handles, counters and EFTPOS machines. We’ve also removed ‘multi-touch’ items like beauty testers and shopping bags. And we’re encouraging contactless payment where possible.
- Safe social distancing:
Wherever possible, we’re asking you to stay 2m / 6ft away from others. We may restrict access to stores in order to limit the number of people to 4sqm/person. This includes fitting rooms, however, in smaller stores, we may not be able to open them at all.
- Being kind and considerate:
Wear a face mask
Stay home if you’re unwell
Wash your hands regularly with soap and water for at least 20 seconds
Cover coughs and sneezes
Group celebrates 10 years in the Asia market
Group celebrates 10 years in the Asia market:
Group celebrates 10 years in the Asia market:
Teams from across Thailand, Singapore, Hong Kong and Malaysia
Group celebrates 10 years in the Asia market:
Celebrating at the Fullerton Hotel’s Lantern rooftoop
Group celebrates 10 years in the Asia market:
Celebrating as a team
11th September, 2017
Ten years ago, the Cotton On Group took a big step in their global growth plan through entering the Asia market, opening a Cotton On store in the world-class Wisma Shopping Centre on Singapore’s iconic Orchard Road.
The plan worked – last week, the team that executed this first store, and many others who have joined us along the way came together to celebrate the decade since the Wisma store opened and along with it, 243 additional stores, four Distribution Centres and near three thousand team members recruited across Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong, China, Thailand, the Philippines and Indonesia.
Enticed by the Asia market
The decision to enter the Asia market was underpinned by a number of factors, not least being the market’s love of basics along with fashionability, their appetite for a strong value proposition, the shopping culture, and the similarities in climate to Australia.
Progression for Cotton On Group Asia
After opening the Wisma Cotton On store and Singapore Distribution Centre in 2007, and in seeing the demand for our product, we progressed to opening our first Cotton On store and Distribution Centre in Hong Kong the following year, followed by Malaysia in 2009, the Philippines and Thailand in 2012 and Indonesia in 2013.
In 2014, the Singapore country hub opened and to date, over 90 team members operate from within this office. Regional offices have also since opened in Kuala Lumpur, Bangkok and Hong Kong. Today, we have five of our brands operating in the market; Cotton On, Cotton On Body, Cotton On Kids, Typo and Rubi Shoes, over 244 stores and our e-commerce sites span across Singapore, Malaysia, Hong Kong and a partnership with Zalora Group.
Asia Country Manager, Andrew Woolcock says his team should be proud of the growth they’ve seen over the years,
“I think the growth we’ve enjoyed from one or two stores in Singapore to over 200 stores in Asia in four countries in 10 years has been spectacular. We can all be really proud of what we have built in the last 10 years; it’s been an incredible journey.
The key to the growth has been the teams – we’ve built phenomenal retail teams with great leaders. We’ve had some amazing talent join our Group and to see their personal journeys and personal success has been a really rewarding experience. ”
The next 10 years
Continuing the Cotton On Foundation’s mission to deliver quality education, we have partnered with a new education centre in Phitsanulok – a province in Thailand. The Cotton On Foundation’s first project under this partnership will be the construction of a new school, set to begin in November, in the village of Bwe K’lar.
Improvements to the student’s health and education have already started, including funding a feeding program that delivers 892 meals each month. In the Phitsanulok region teachers are often paid half salaries; we’re committed to ensuring the teachers within the school we’re funding are paid full salaries.
In an effort to give our team members and customers across Asia the opportunity to support a local project, while being part of a global movement with our foundation, all funds raised through the sale of products in Asia will support local projects such as our school in Bwe K’lar.
10th birthday celebrations
In recognition of the exciting decade milestone, our Asia team and Cotton On Group Executives from our Geelong Headquarters came together at Singapore’s picturesque HortPark on Tuesday, September 5th to reflect on their achievements since 2007 during an event called ‘Engage Asia’.
After an insightful day listening to our leaders and inspirational team members who’ve been with the Asia market since the beginning, it was time for the team to celebrate and relax together at the evening birthday celebrations.
The Asia team arrived at the iconic Fullerton Hotel in the early evening with the event held on its rooftop Lantern bar. Stepping out from the elevator, the team were greeted with a beautiful view of the Singapore city skyline and an eye-catching sign sitting across the pool from arriving guests which read;
’10 years of achievements, made possible because of our people. Thank you’.
The team were excited for a night of commemorating their countries’ ten year anniversary with the Cotton On Group. Across the venue, each team member’s expression said the same thing; that they were incredibly proud of how far they’ve come and where they are as a team today.
The event saw Woolcock excited to see what his team will achieve in the decades to come,
“This team event was not only about celebrating all that has been achieved but also looking to our forward plan and how we all want to grow this remarkable business over the next 10 years. We’ve got some of the best retail minds in the game within the Cotton On Group, and they’re really empowered to think of the business as their own.
It’s been a phenomenal journey.”
Cotton On – Cotton On @ Sunway Pyramid
Fashion giant Cotton On has a huge retail outlet in Sunway Pyramid, the perfect shopping haven to cater to all your fashion desires and wardrobe necessities! As one of the eight brands under the Cotton On Group, the largest global retailer from Australia, the brand has currently expanded over a span of roughly 30 years to set up over 600 stores worldwide. Cotton On is synonymous with its trendy selections of womenswear, menswear and accessories, and also its proactive initiatives in sustainability. The brand is said to deliver the hottest trends always with their own twist on it, and to inspire the community to have fun with it. The brand carries such a wide array of products you’ll be there for hours. For bottom pieces, ladies can choose from short to maxi dresses and skirts, shorts, leggings, denim skirts, chinos or jeans (in different styles: skinny, wide, high-rise, mom, straight, cropped). Tops offered at their outlet included shirts and blouses, graphic T-shirts, long sleeve tops, T-shirts, basic tops, coats, jackets, sweaters and cardigans. Other apparel available includes active wear, sleepwear, lingerie, maternity wear and swimwear. Check out the shoe section for an assortment of sneakers, sandals, sliders and flats, and the accessory section where you’ll find pretty necklaces, bracelets, earrings and hair accessories. Men also have a variety of apparel to choose from. Their choices of top pieces include basic tees, tank tops, t-shirts, polo shirts, long sleeve tops, graphic T-shirts, hoodies, sweaters, long sleeve shirts, short sleeve shirts, jackets and coats. Match that top with any of their pants (joggers, chinos, sweatpants), shorts (denim, chinos, swim), or jeans (skinny, straight, jogger, slim). Don’t forget to grab a pair of shoes at the outlet too! The kids wear at Cotton On has a collection for babies including new-born essentials, bibs, tops, bottoms, overalls, playsuits, dresses, all in ones and bodysuits, swimwear and even knitwear. For the little ones that are slightly older, the brand has a selection of tops, bottoms, dresses, overalls, costumes, swimwear, socks, underwear, pyjamas and shoes for those between the ages of 1 – 10 years old.
Cotton On Promo Code | 90% OFF | Malaysia
About Cotton On Malaysia
Born in Australia in 1991, Cotton On online has made its way to the rest of the world over the past years by providing the trendiest apparel and accessories in over 20 countries with 1300 stores.
There are nearly 8 brands including Cotton On Kids, Body, Ruby, Typo, Factorie, and others that cater to the needs of everyone as you can find here jeans, dresses, bags, denim, hoodies, innerwear, shoes, and many others. You can shop for your favourite character from their collection that has top themes like FRIENDS, Looney Tunes, Marvels, Disney, Harry Potter, Smiley, and Hello Kitty.
With our Cotton On voucher codes and coupon codes, we have made fashion more fun and accessible to Malaysians.
Return & Refund
Whether it is the wrong size or your change of mind, Cotton On returns has made it possible for you to buy only those items that completely satisfies you and send the rest of the goods to their store any time with the proof of your purchase. Their return policy clearly states that the customers are eligible for a refund as long as the items are in unused condition with all the tags attached and returned in the original packaging.
You can either choose to return it via post or by visiting the nearest Cotton On shopping center. Their team will issue refunds soon after collecting the returned goods, to the original payment mode wherever possible otherwise will send you the store credits.
Customer Service Contact
Get your doubts cleared by reaching out to the Cotton On Malaysia customer care team via the Live Chat option from the Help widget at their bottom right corner. You can also have the search based on the topics by visiting their Contact Us page. The FAQs related to delivery, payment, return, refund, order are also available that proves to be of great help to the customers. Keep posting your queries and their team will gladly solve them in the least possible time.
From Cotton On tote bags to home décor items, get everything delivered from their online store at your doorstep with Standard delivery that reaches within 3-4 business days in Peninsula and up to 6 days at East Malaysian address. Enjoy Cotton On free delivery on orders above RM125 otherwise pay only RM10.
Please make sure to place the order by 3 pm to receive it in 3-4 business days else it may take up to 5 working days to reach your address. Another alternative is to choose the Click and Collect option that charges zero service fees for orders made above RM90+. You can also rely on our Cotton On discount codes and coupons to get a promised cut on the bill.
Sign Up for Offers
Are you shopping as a guest? Register yourself on their website and become a member to unlock the perks, free delivery and exciting deals. Their membership program lets Malaysians earn RM15 vouchers on spending RM150 on brands like Cotton On Body, Kids, Typo and Ruby.
Not only this, there are benefits like early access to offers, and surprises throughout the year. You can also choose to complete your shopping with our Cotton On coupon codes that are 100% verified.
Cotton On does e-commerce with Aussie open source apps
Fashion retailer Cotton On has launched into global e-commerce with a rapid two-month project which leverages local open source apps developed with the Django framework, with point of sale and supply chain integration thrown in for good measure.
The new http://shop.cottonon.com/ e-commerce portal was developed by Melbourne-based company Citrus and uses the open source Mezzanine CMS and Cartridge e-commerce projects.
This is Cotton On’s first foray into e-commerce, with the existing website used for catalogue marketing and store location.
Andrew Fisher, general manager of technology at Citrus said Cotton On had broad business objectives and certain mandatory requirements, like PoS and back office integration.
“Cotton On has an end-to-end retail management system – from orders to customer management – so when a customer purchases something through the website it goes through PoS for accounts and stock management,” Fisher said. “The e-commerce site is just like another PoS channel.”
Fisher said unlike many retail systems, the one used at Cotton On has a “relatively modern API” which exposes Web services.
“It’s a little restrictive in places, but it’s mostly straightforward,” he said. “There is real-time visibility of stock and orders and online orders are shipped from Cotton On’s warehouse.”
Based in Geelong, Victoria, Cotton On has more than 600 stores and 4500 staff. Most of the company’s stores all around Australia, but it also has a growing international presence with sales in New Zealand, Singapore, Hong Kong, Malaysia and the US.
When selecting an e-commerce application, Fisher said Citrus likes Cartridge because, unlike an off-the-shelf app, it assumes there is going to be some customisation.
“With Cartridge 70 per cent of the features are there and it assumes the programmer will do 30 per cent of the customisation, as every e-commerce site is different,” he said, adding the product data is exported from internal systems.
“Many e-commerce platforms assume a lot of what you want to do and we have come across problems in past with having to re-write code. Also, a lot of the open source e-commerce projects are US-based and make assumptions about tax and payment processors.”
Both Mezzanine and Catridge are developed with the Python-based Django framework, which Fisher says is “rock solid and fast to develop with”.
“We built, tested and deployed Cotton On in eight weeks with five or six people, including designers and project managers,” he said. “It’s a good open source stack, very flexible and has dealt with the large amount of traffic we have had so far.”
“Django on Linux is a great stack and there is no other way to build a site these days.”
The Cotton On shop used the MySQL database and the Nginx Web server instead of the popular Apache.
“Apache is struggling to keep up with today’s performance requirements and Django under Apache doesn’t perform as well,” Fisher said. “Nginx is so high performance oriented it’s not funny. The whole stack is designed for performance and that’s what is required for retail.”
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Cotton On-Owned Retail Store Factorie Is Closing Down All Outlets In Malaysia & Singapore – Lipstiq.com
Australian clothing brand Factorie which is owned by retail chain Cotton On Group, is believed to be closing down all of its outlets in Malaysia and Singapore after considering the brand’s unsuccessful financial performance across Asia.
Considered by many as a somewhat mediocre fashion hub, the retailer is now planning to review its strategies amidst the trying operating conditions, greater competition from international giants such as H&M, and new online shops that are eating into its market share.
Causeway Point’s Factorie guys, now or never. They alr cleared up half of the outlet. pic.twitter.com/vdRtwTeJ29
— Senpai🍃 (@MuhdIrfanIBR) January 23, 2018
The news immediately went viral after patrons spotted few Factorie stores in Singapore hosting major sales from as low as S$5 per garment. For the record, Malaysians can also enjoy these massive mark downs at the outlets in IOI City Mall, Sunway Pyramid, Nu Sentral and KLCC.
But don’t worry, the Factorie store on online shopping platform Zalora will still be available for all.
A spokesperson for the Cotton On group has confirmed the impending closure of all Factorie outlets in Singapore and Malaysia by the end of next month, saying:
“We value the incredible contribution our team members have made to Factorie in the local community. Our team members remain our number one priority and we’re working closely with them to identify opportunities for their redeployment within the business. ”
SO NOBODY GONNA TALK ABOUT WHAT THIS GUY IS WEARIN HAHAHAHAHHAHAA CUTE pic.twitter.com/rXOBsSo8tV
— ﾟ･* ✧ 𝗕♡𝗧𝗧 ✧ *･ ﾟ (@fathihaaaj) January 23, 2018
Hmm, so long Factorie. You will be missed, especially by struggling students who love to look good but have limited shopping budget.
Meanwhile, easily amused Twitter users didn’t pass up on the chance to roast the “uncle” in red shirt too. Oh internet.. 😅
We call batik a fabric on which a pattern is applied in several steps according to a certain method. This technique is called batik. Although canvases decorated with batik painting have been found in parts of Africa, India, as well as in Southeast Asian countries, batik in Indonesia is unique and unrepeatable. Batik usually refers to the most typical Indonesian fabrics. Painted in Indonesian […]
The art of making batik became famous in Malaysia thanks to missionaries.They brought batik from Indonesia to the east coast of Malaysia. Actively using Indonesian motifs for painting fabrics, local artists have developed many of their own patterns. A characteristic feature of the Malaysian batik is the absence of representatives of the animal world in the drawings. The fact is that many Malaysians profess Islam, and this religion does not […]
The technique of hand painting “batik” fabric came to Malaysia from Indonesia.At first, Malaysian masters simply repeated Indonesian popular motives, but then in Malaysia their own technique of tinting appeared. This meant that local artists began to explore unique creative paths. Soon, their own patterns appeared, usually depicting tropical flora. The popularity of batik grew until the 90s of the last century. Then […]
The history of the Caribbean batik factory, which is located in the Romney estate on the island of St. Kitts, has only a few decades.The first items painted in the batik technique were made in 1974. Caribbean artisans use a reserving compound and fabric processing techniques that date back to ancient Indonesia. The variety of design finds is impressive. Romney Manor is one of the main attractions of Saint Kitts.
For the manufacture of their products, the craftsmen of the Caribbean batik factory use fabrics from natural cotton grown on the islands.The shop at the workshop has a huge selection of various beach and resort clothes, unusually beautiful dresses and skirts, painted with tropical patterns.
If you happen to visit St. Kitts, be sure to visit Romney Manor. This is one of the most remarkable places on the island. There is a batik factory here. Using a special wax composition and various dyes, craftsmen create real works of art.The painting is used to decorate cotton dresses, T-shirts, shirts and scarves, and various interior items. Visiting the batik workshop, you will see everything [. ..]
90,000 Shopping in Malaysia. Let’s go shopping
Malaysia is a shopper’s paradise. Most of the popular international brands have their stores in the country’s numerous shopping malls. The range of products ranges from luxurious designer clothes and accessories to exclusive bags, watches, fashion shoes and all kinds of electronic equipment.Malaysia has a huge number of shopping centers. Only in Kuala Lumpur there are more than 40 of them, the most famous are concentrated in the Golden Triangle (not far from Bukit Bintang). Some shopping malls attract over 3 million visitors per month.
Currently, the so-called eco-tourism is flourishing in Malaysia: excursions to protected places are held for vacationers, there is an opportunity to do …
Many travelers in Asia purchase essential and aromatic oils that have healing and sedative properties.Penang is the largest nutmeg producer in Malaysia, but nutmeg oil can be found in pharmacies throughout the country. Nutmeg oil is traditionally used to relieve muscle aches, sprains, cramps, headaches, and abdominal pain. It is made from nutmeg seed extract. A popular oil brand is Cheong Kim Chuan, which has a shop in Penang where other nutmeg products can also be found.
Ingredients for preparing traditional dishes are often bought as food souvenirs – for example, Tom Yam pasta for making the soup of the same name.Both green and black tea are popular in Malaysia, which you can also bring with you.
Tableware made of tin and copper, wood and silk products (scarves, dressing gowns, bed linen) are also brought from the country. If you want to make a gift of value, you can purchase a turtle. Plush, of course. Thus, funds are transferred to save the turtles in Terengganu. Copyright www.orangesmile.com
The rich culture of Malaysia has determined the diversity of the local cuisine.It is a mixture of Chinese, Malay, European and Indian …
Textiles, batik and songket are in great demand among foreign visitors to Asian countries. Batik and Songket are traditional Malaysian textiles, each with its own unique design. Malaysian batik is renowned for its vibrant colors and prints. Songket is a brocade of woven silk or cotton intertwined with silver or gold threads. From fabrics with complex patterns, magnificent tablecloths, pillowcases or souvenirs are made.The purchase price depends on the quality and time spent on the manufacture of a particular product. It is worth bringing a variety of electronics and gadgets from Malaysia, the choice is huge, and the prices are much lower than in Europe.
Shopping is a favorite pastime of Malaysians, shopping centers are especially crowded with visitors on weekends, holidays and school holidays. The roads leading to shopping centers are often congested with cars. There are also a lot of traffic jams during the closing period as everyone leaves the supermarkets at the same time.Outlets in Malaysia usually follow the same schedule as shops in other parts of the world. Typically, a shopping center contains many storeys. The lower floors house the most popular international brands (usually fashion brands). The upper floors are often home to IT stores (gadgets and computers) and specialized departments.
Malays inhabit the Malay Peninsula, the southern coast of Burma, the island of Singapore, West Kalimantan, as well as smaller islands located between …
Several times a year, sales are held in every shopping center in Malaysia.Local producers always use this to attract more tourists to the country. There is one mega sale every year at the end of summer and Merdeka (Independence Day) in August. Mega-sales are timed to coincide with the celebration of Catholic Christmas and Chinese New Year, as well as the holy month of Ramadan. During sales, many stores offer discounts up to 80%.
Bargaining is appropriate in the markets, but absolutely impossible in large shopping centers. You can pay in shops only by card or in local currency.It is worth considering that it is impossible to buy demi-season or winter clothes in Malaysia, nobody wears them here, because the country is warm and sunny all year round.
There are duty-free zones in some places: on the islands of Langkawi, Tioman and Labuan. Especially cheap in these places are tobacco, alcohol, chocolate and perfumery.
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The largest shopping mall in the country, KLCC, is located in the center of Kuala Lumpur on six floors. Here you can buy luxury goods and popular mass market, international brands and local manufacturers. Bukit Bintang Street is a real Mecca for shopping. Several shopping centers and shops are located along the street. Berjaya Times Square is a real city, where, in addition to shops, there are food courts and many entertainment venues.Outside the capital, you can have a great time combining shopping and entertainment: Sunway Pyramid Shopping Moll is located right on the territory of the water park, and City of Entertainment is a real world of entertainment with many retail outlets. You can shop well not only in the capital, but also in other cities: for example, in Sabah – in Center Point Sabah, Warisan Square, Wisma Merdeka, City Mall.
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The most striking and unique places in Malaysia
Bukit Jalil National Stadium
From the series “Stadiums with impressive design”
In Kuala Lumpur, there is the Bukit Jalil stadium, which was built in 1998 for the opening of the next Commonwealth Games. Now the stadium, with a capacity of 110,000 spectators, is used to host the most important football matches, including the Malaysian Cup and Super Cup.The huge stadium with a round sliding roof looks incredibly impressive; the surrounding landscape area makes it even more attractive.
Around the stadium there is a beautiful square with exotic plants, a swimming pool and fountains – an ideal place for walks and a memorable photo session. Currently, the Bukit Jalil stadium is the fourth largest in the world in terms of capacity; in addition to seating, it also provides standing places. A state-of-the-art stadium in Kuala Lumpur with beautiful design and excellent technical …
From the series “The Most Branched Caves on Earth”
Malaysia also has huge caves that deserve the attention of tourists, the longest and most famous is the Gua Eir Jernih cave.It is the longest in Asia; the length of the labyrinths of the cave is more than 189 km. The structure of the cave is truly unique, its tunnels are located on five levels, and the entire lower level is occupied by a large underwater river. Currently, the cave is located on the territory of the famous Gunung Mulu National Park, therefore, it is not deprived of the attention of tourists; several convenient natural entrances to the cave are available to travelers.
The most famous entrance to the cave is located on the banks of the Long Pala River, so an interesting walk through the dungeons will be preceded by an equally interesting boat excursion through the jungle.Large-scale exploration of the cave system has been underway since 1978 …
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