Malaysia

Malaysia FlagMalaysia is located or situated in the heart of South-East Asia. Malaysia is made up of Peninsular Malaysia (West Malaysia) and East Malaysia, consists of Sabah and Sarawak on the island of Borneo. Malaysia is easily accessible from any places in the world. The new state-of-the-art KLIA (Kuala Lumpur International Airport) at Sepang serves over 40 international airlines and several domestic airlines. Port Klang, situated about 41km from Kuala Lumpur (KL), the capital of Malaysia, in the Straits of Malacca is the main port for cruise liners. Penang and Port Klang link Malaysia to the rest of the world by sea. Malaysia is also accessible by road and rail from Singapore in the south and Thailand in the north. To travel within Malaysia is relatively easy. It is served by regular scheduled domestic flights, air-conditioned buses, coaches, trains, taxis and even chartered or rented transportation of your own.

Mulu Cave, Malaysia

As a visitor to Malaysia, you will have the opportunity to appreciate and experience its rich historic and cultural heritage, shopping splendors, exotic culinary delights, nature-based adventures in mountains and caves, beautiful islands and beaches, breathtaking natural beauty and fun-filled activities. Make your destination to Malaysia, visit Malaysia and discover Malaysia for its agriculture plantations and farms, mountain climbathon, religious festivals of various religions and many others. The warm, friendly and hospitable nature of the multi racial people here will make your stay in Malaysia most pleasant, enjoyable and unforgetable. Come and visit Malaysia and discover Malaysia now yourself!!

Today Malaysia is known around the world as a destination for a host of nature-based adventures and activities and eco-tourism. Be it from challenging rock climbing or cross-jungle trekking at different mountain zones to wild rafting in forthing rivers, or diving in calm seas to parasailing in the multi-hued skies. They are all found in Malaysia. Well over half of Malaysia’s land mass is covered in rainforest environments or at least plantations. With the diversity of habitats, there are many places having abundant bird life to choose from. As the various bird watching and nature sites around the country are easily accessible, it is easy to understand why bird lovers are drawn to Malaysia. Caving or spelunking enjoys a good following in Malaysia. Malaysia is endowed with vast numbers of limestone caves, including a World Heritage Site. They are home to amazing wildlife such as fruit bats, birds with edible nests or attractive stalagmites and stalactites. Many are surrounded in mystery and legends. Archeological research has found evidence of early man in many of these cave sites. Malaysia’s rugged undulating terrain, dense rain forests crossed by rapid rivers make it an irresistible destination for four wheel drive or 4WD (4 x 4) expeditions. The heat, mud, rolling hills and rainstorms add to the challenge in the gruelling yet exhilarating off-road driving.

Malaysia has heavily embraced modern technology to build one of the world’s tallest skyscrapers, KLCC (Kuala Lumpur City Centre) and a huge cyber centre for information and communication technology business, the MSC (Multimedia Super Corridor). The major cities like, Kuala Lumpur (KL, the capital of Malaysia), Georgetown and Johor Baru (JB) are covered by tall concrete buildings and bristle with ambitious new building projects. However, tourists can still find exotic markets and plenty of local heritage and colours in these cities. In spite of that, Malaysia still has atmospheric, refreshing and tourism colonial hill stations in the highlands in various states and some of the world’s most remote jungle in Sabah and Sarawak. As a result, tourists to Malaysia can easily ratchet up or down the levels of adventure and comfort, or the type of activities and sight-seeing they want to experience or see.

Discover Malaysia’s cool highland resorts. The highland resorts located on the mountains in Peninsular Malaysia, and Sabah and Sarawak in East Malaysia. These highland resorts are a refreshing change for those visitors who prefer a cooler environment from the warm and hot tropical weather in Malaysia. The temperatures in these highland resorts ranging from 16 degree Celsius to 21 degree Celsius. These highlands offer fresh mountain air and natural breathtaking beautiful fauna and flora. Whether Genting Highlands (in Pahang), Cameron Highlands (in Pahang), Bukit Tinggi (in Pahang), Fraser’s Hill (in Pahang), Penang Hill (in Penang), Bukit Larut (in Perak) or Kinabalu Park (in Sabah) will definitely provide the visitors with an uplifting experience. Each highland in Malaysia has a distinctive character of its own and is a unique gateaway for visitors.

Langkawi Island, MalaysiaWant to do something different other than usual leisure pursuits like sightseeing and shopping? Visit Malaysia is much needed break for this. Discover Malaysia’s natural breathtaking beauty in the jungle or forest parks. Tourists can take their time learning, observing and appreciating the wonders and beauties of the nature in Malaysia national parks. Just imagine yourself the deep solitude of primeval forest lulling you into blissful oblivion; where the only music that you hear is the song of the birds at dawn and the orchestra at dusk is the crescendo of chirping cicadas. Bask in the tranquil seclusion of the unspoilt beaches and remote offshore islands as you silently explore its hidden depths and wondorous underwater treasures. Discover these fantasies in Malaysia. Whether in Taman Negara, Kenong Rimba Park, Endau Rompin National Park (all in Pahang), Tunku Abdul Rahman Park, Crocker Range National Park, Pula Tiga Park, Kinabalu Park, Turtle Islands Park, Tawau Hills Park (all in Sabah), Gunung Mulu National Park, Niah National Park, Bako National Park, Similajau National Park, Kubah National Park,Lambir Hills National Park, Gunung Gading National Park, Batang Ai National Park, Tanjung Datu National Park or Loagan Bunut National Park (all in Sarawak) are showcases of its rich natural heritage.National Park, Malaysia

If you prefer modern city life, Malaysia has it all for you. Discover the modern city in Kuala Lumpur.The Kuala Lumpur Tower (Menara Kuala Lumpur) majestically poised at a breathtaking height of 421 metres, the tower boubles as Kuala Lumpur’s best known ambassador. Standing boldly atop Bukit Nanas. Kuala Lumpur Tower is the fourth tallest telecommunication tower in the world and is the symbol of Kuala Lumpur. Other places like KLCC (Twin Tower), Bintang Walk, Sungai wang, Time Square, and so on.

Malaysia consists of 14 states, i.e. Johor, Kedah, Kelantan, Melaka (Malacca), Negeri Sembilan, Pahang, Pulau Pinang (Penang), Perak, Perlis, Sabah, Sarawak, Selangor, Terengganu and Wilayah Persekutuan (Federal Territory; which consists of Kuala Lumpur, Labuan and Putrajaya). Each of the state has its own spots of tourism attractions and distinctive characters. Make your trip to Malaysia a complete one by visiting each and every tourism attraction. The varieties of the wonders and fun-filled activities are as endless as the diversity of the cultures and traditions of Malaysia. Malaysia consists of multi racial and different ethnic groups of people, with different religion believes, living together in most peaceful and harmoniest society. The local people here are genuine warm, gentle, friendly, and hospitable. The kind of hospitality that makes you feel competely at home wherever you may be in Malaysia. Visit Malaysia and discover Malaysia now!! Make your Destination To Malaysia, your next destination!