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The nation's capital, Kuala Lumpur, sits about 55 miles to the northwest of Kota.
It's common knowledge that time spent in the great outdoors is good for your health and happiness. In light of that, why don't you travel 25 miles out of Kota to Bukit China? Jeram Toi Waterfalls, 25 miles away, is one more top option.
Get ready for some thrilling soccer action at Hang Jebat Stadium in Malacca, 16 miles away. Remember to show your support for home team the Malacca United F.C. by wearing a few pieces of green and white!
How do you like the sound of the A' Famosa Safari Wonderland and A'Famosa Cowboy Town? These attractions are in Tampin, just 9 miles east of Kota. Or perhaps Kuala Linggi Fort and Port Dickson Mini Zoo are more your thing? To see them, head to Pasir Panjang, 15 miles to the west.
Whether it's for a bit of shopping or to take in the sights, locals and travellers alike often take a day trip to Seremban, 19 miles to the northwest. The Seremban International Golf Club, Taman Tasik Seremban and Gunung Angsi are all close at hand. That being said, make sure you don't miss out on Wisma Negeri and Church of The Visitation either.
Whether you're paddling in it, floating on top of it or skimming along its surface, not much beats spending the day by the water. You can participate in a variety of watersports here, including swimming and snorkeling.
If you find yourself stuck in a downpour, head for cover in one of the region's history museums.
Rejuvenate your mind with some fun-filled outdoor attractions. The surrounding area features a wide range of open-air markets.
If you're hoping to get a glimpse into the region's past, why not stop by one or more of its traditional villages, fortresses and historic palaces? Do a little research beforehand to get an idea of their historical significance.
Find out about how religion plays an important part in the lives of the people who call Kota home by checking out a couple of the local mosques and temples.
Credit cards? Check. Wallet? Check. But have you packed your appetite? With some delectable food and drink to gorge on in this region, it's the one thing you shouldn't travel without.
While you're in Kota, eat like the locals do. That means tucking into a plate of ikan bakar (grilled seafood) or pulot tartal (coconut milk with rice), a couple of the region's signature dishes.
Blend in with your hosts by memorising an expression or two in the local tongue. To start, try to get your tongue around "Selamat malam". This translates as "good night". Another often used phrase is "Asal dari mana?" ("where are you from?").
If you have the good luck to be in Kota on the 31st of August, get ready to kick up your heels! Independence Day sees many of the locals joining together to celebrate.
When your holiday comes to an end and it's time to say "Sampai jumpa lagi" to Kota, don't fret — it will always be there awaiting your next visit!
If you're catching a plane home, it's a good idea to map out a route to the terminal before leaving. From the centre of Kota, you'll need to travel about 35 miles northwest to Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KUL), the closest airport.