Malays, Chinese, Indians and many other ethnic groups have lived together in Malaysia for generations. All these cultures have influenced each other, creating a truly Malaysian culture. Malaysia rich with genuinely of people with the vast majority living. The population lies with great ethnic, linguistic, cultural and religious diversity.
There is no denial, Malaysia is a food heaven. Malaysia is a melting pot of culture, with different races living harmoniously together. Naturally, there would be a diverse ‘food culture’ as well. Restaurants open very early through wee hours in the morning. Without a doubt Malaysia has one of the top cuisines in the world due to incredible taste and extremely good value.
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Malaysia is the ultimate travel destination and its a country unlike any other. What makes Malaysia so fascinating is its diversity. A multicultural melting pot of Asian culture, with strong influences from China, India and the rest of Southeast Asia, everywhere you look there are fusions of influence. In the same country visitors can experience the trails of modern cities, colonial architecture, relax on some of the most beautiful beaches on the planet and hike through lush green jungles and mountains.
Malaysia enjoys tropical weather year round however due to its proximity to water the climate is often beside that Malaysia is positioned close to the equator, the weather is hot and humid year-round with occasional tropical rain showers. Seasons differ in Peninsular Malaysia and East Malaysia. The west coast islands of Penang, Langkawi and Pangkor are at their best weather during December to April, with the east coast enjoying drier weather from April to October. The rainy season for the west is April to October, while the east receives monsoon weather during November and December where most all resort close for business. The best time to visit Borneo is March to October, with the wettest months being November to February. So, the best time to visit Malaysia depends on the region you plan to visit.
Heritage – Experience the richness and grandeur of Malaysia's cultural heritage. Some of Malaysia popular sights are selected as UNESCO WORLD HERITAGE SITES because it’s historical architectural building, archaeological heritage site and luscious nature. Beside than that Malaysia boast its diversity with handicrafts, traditional attire, music and cultural dance and many more.
Malaysia famed for having some of the world idyllic beaches and island. Cover up with crystal clear water, golden, lush and sparkling sandy beaches, tranquil atmosphere and take a retreat at any world class beach resort and spa from luxurious accommodation and economical spacious homestay. Home to various outdoors activities from traditional to adventure activities lies with its nature and modern facilities with some of the world’s oldest tropical rainforest and countless beaches and islands, trekking, snorkelling and scuba diving are common pursuits in Malaysia. Not only does it have a great tropical climate, but it also has some of the world’s best eco-tourism hotspots. If you’re a nature lover, you’ll love the many spectacular natural wonders that Malaysia has to offer.
Malaysia covers the area of 330,803 km² covers with 6 regions and 13 states
Central Malaysia comprises mainly atrraction, the fun zones and the main governmental offices. The central region has only two states, namely the states of Selangor and Negeri Sembilan. The state capital of Selangor is called Shah Alam. The areas of Selangor surround the Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, which is the capital of Malaysia.
Northern Malaysia crossing the charming states of Perak, Penang, Kedah and Perlis. Discover the unique cultures with great diversity of attractions – islands and beaches, rainforests and caves, temples and museums, theme parks and heritage sites – complemented by a lovely melange of things to explore and experience.
Southern Malaysia The south of the Malay Peninsula holds some of the country’s most historically and culturally significant towns. Discover the diversity of Malaysia as you travel around the spectacular state of Melaka, Negeri Sembilan and Johor. The Southern region of Peninsular offers historical relics, unique culture, pristine beaches and beautiful islands as well as lush green rainforests, are able to cater for all types of visitors.
East Cost Malaysia displays a different cultural legacy to the more populous, commercial western seaboard, from which it is separated by the mountainous, jungled interior. The main attractions on east coast are the stunning beaches, coastline and islands. The Perhentian Islands, Redang, and Tioman Island further down the coast, are all wonderful places to relax and do some snorkelling or diving.
East Malaysia located on the island of Borneo (Sabah & Sarawak) was once covered by natural vegetation like lowland rainforest, montane forests at high altitudes, and mangroves along the coasts. Malaysian Borneo features some of the most interesting places in Malaysia with a wild jungle, orangutans, granite peaks and remote tribes. Combined with some beautiful islands, luxury resorts and colonials towns.
Golden Triangle sprawling wit commercial, shopping complexes, entertainment hub, hidden enclaves, street food to chic cafes and nightlife district where all this places within a walking distance.
This breezy city offered entertainment city located just 50 minutes away from Kuala Lumpur City Centre. This integrated city hill offered visitors with its own unique attraction such as premium outlet, theme park , casino, nightlife and many more.
Penang is one of historic city in Malaysia, visitors can take a guided tours or explore own self. Penang Heritage Trails intended for walking, but you could try one of the many cycle trishaws whose knowledgeable drivers will be able to add more detail and colour to your tour.
Tracking back to the years during the British colonial period, Perak rich with historical values and nature wonders.
Experience the Isles of Legend alluring and idyllic in its natural paddy fields, rainforest and geopark site, Langkawi offered many attraction places to visitors to explore.
This cooling destination offer a variety of its nature wonders such as tea plantations and strawberry farms, variety of sauna and fauna sprawl lazily across lush valleys and meandering hill slopes.
Visiting this UNESCO World Heritage Site is like a journey back in time to witness the adventures and discoveries during Malacca's golden age.
Every day is a family fun day out. LEGOLAND® Malaysia Resort offered with more than 70 hands-on rides, slides, shows and attractions for families and children of all ages.
Pulau Tioman was once listed as one of the most beautiful islands in the world where numerous spots have been used in movies and such.
Surrounded by lush greenery, facing white sandy beaches and a warm blue sea, Perhentian Island is a holiday paradise not to be missed.
Pulau Redang is an enchanting island with its clear waters contain hundreds of live coral species – ranked as some of the best in the world – and thousands of marine species including manta rays, stingrays and sharks.
Mount Kinabalu & Kinabalu Park
These amazing park have made Kinabalu Park being declared as a UNESCO World Heritage Site in the year 2000 which was then the first UNESCO site for Malaysia. The Kinabalu National Park also houses one of the highest peak in Southeast Asia.
Sabah offers exceptional marine bio-diversity giving basis to the undisputed claim ‘World Class Diving’. Jacques Cousteau once said ‘'I have seen other places like Sipadan, 45 years ago, but now no more. Here we have found again an untouched piece of art... a jewel'.
Visiting Sarawak can be done as a complementary trip. Sarawak offers an alternative for those seeking humble authenticity far from the tourist-trap clichés.
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