The one place where all the colours, flavours, sounds and sights of Asia come together – Malaysia. Travel around Malaysia to discover the remarkable treasures and the hidden gems. Every state offers a unique Malaysian experience. Malaysia is a country of dynamic cities, fabulous food, beautiful beaches, idyllic islands, and rainforests teeming with wildlife.
Indulge in an awe-inspiring adventure of a lifetime. Discover Malaysia’s wilderness, taste its mouth-watering cuisine, and have fun with your family. This country really is a crossroads for so many Asian cultures. In addition to Muslim Malays, religiously diverse Chinese, Hindu and Muslim Indians, and indigenous people from Peninsular Malaysia and Borneo, there are many festivals here and a variety of delicious cuisines, so you can get to know the different cultures. Each culture has its own language and practices.
“Immerse yourself and explore a world of undersea wonders.”
You will find orangutans and remote tribes in the wild jungles of Malaysian Borneo, as well as granite peaks, massive trees, and waterfalls. There are also beautiful islands, excellent diving, colonial towns to explore, and luxury resorts to enjoy. Those who are looking for pristine white beaches can choose from 99 islands in Langkawi. An archipelago in the Andaman Sea, it is Malaysia’s top tourist destination.
A city of gleaming 21st-century towers, colonial shophouses, and pockets of lush greenery stand cheek-by-jowl in Malaysia’s capital Kuala Lumpur (KL), while shoppers shuttle from traditional markets to air-conditioned mega malls. In Kuala Lumpur, visitors can see the Petronas Twin Towers, which are the world’s tallest twin buildings. Near the city are the Batu Caves, which have magnificent Hindu art, as well as many beautiful Buddhist and Hindu temples.
Malaysia is largely known for its equatorial rainforests. National parks and conservation projects protect substantial portions of primary jungle, one of the oldest ecosystems on earth. Experience wildlife in its natural habitat. The most common sightings will be insects or colorful birdlife, but you might get lucky and see a foraging tapir, a silvered leaf monkey, or an orangutan swinging through the canopy. Divers can snorkel or dive among shoals of tropical fish, paint-box corals, turtles, sharks, and dolphins in the ocean. Even if you don’t venture outside the urban centers, there are excellent opportunities for wildlife watching at places such as the KL Bird Park or Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Center.
Some of the must see attractions in Malaysia are:
Menara Kuala Lumpur:
Menara KL, rising from the crest of Bukit Nanas, offers the best city views, although the Petronas Towers are taller. A revolving restaurant, an interior observation deck at 276 meters, and the most thrilling part, an open-air sky deck at 300 meters, are all housed in the bulb at the top. It is vertigo-inducing to take a photo in the sky box, which has nothing but glass between you and the ground. As the world’s fourth-highest telecommunications tower, this lofty spire is surrounded by primary rainforest. There is a free shuttle bus running from the gate on Jln Punchak, or you can walk up through KL Forest Eco Park.
Penang National Park:
Penang National Park is Malaysia’s smallest, but it is home to silvered leaf monkeys, flying lemurs, leopard cats, and an abundance of birds and reptiles. There are many activities to choose from, such as jungle walks and boat trips to serene golden-sand beaches.
Masjid Jamek Sultan Abdul Samad:
The graceful, onion-domed mosque was designed by British architect AB Hubback with brick-and-plaster banded minarets and three shapely domes. The first brick mosque in Malaysia was Masjid Jamek, built in 1909 at the confluence of the Gombak and Klang rivers. The mosque was renamed Sultan Abdul Samad Mosque in honor of the fourth Sultan of Selangor, who reigned from 1857 to 1898.
Be an explorer and experience the beauty of diversity in Malaysia and make sure your visit encompasses both the highlights of the peninsula and the unique charms of Borneo. Plan your next holiday whether for business or leisure, from night life to jungle adventures, welcome and experience the best Asia has to offer. Your adventure starts right here!
Some of the popular Malaysian food :
Located in the center of Southeast Asia, West Malaysia has long been a key part of the maritime spice trade. Merchants from China, India, and southern Arabia once exchanged their wares for precious commodities like clove, nutmeg, and pepper at the famed port of Malacca. Malaysian food today generally draws from the culinary traditions of its three main ethnic groups: the Malays, the Chinese (who mostly migrated from the eastern coastal provinces of Guangdong and Fujian) and the Indians (who mostly migrated from Tamil Nadu). Don’t miss your trip without trying Malaysian Cuisine: Nasi Lemak (coconut milk rice),
Hainanese Chicken Rice, Nasi Goreng Kampung (traditional Malay fried rice), Satay, Char Kway Teow, Curry Laksa, Rendang (beef, chicken or lamb), Apam Balik etc.
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