Malaysia for all the positive reasons is a land of paradoxes. This travel destination is a perfect getaway for those wishing to imbibe the ancient culture of Southeast Asia and witness the almost impenetrable rainforests on one side and want to pamper themselves with some luxury on the other hand. Yes, this popular tourism destination lets one relish the dramatic contrast of modern meeting rustic. And Oh! We cannot forget what a lovely melting pot of culture this amazing country is. Even though Malaysia boasts a large Muslim population, it will stun you with its cultural diversity, there are Chinese, Hindu and several indigenous tribes along with aboriginal groups that add multiple colours to the country. Indeed, Malaysia is an ideal travel destination for culture lovers, however, there is a side of it appropriate for the luxury seekers who can pamper themselves as much as they want in the glitzy tourist attraction of Kuala Lumpur city that also houses the popular sightseeing site, the Petronas Towers.
The Malaysia travel guide has plenty to offer to nature and wildlife lovers as well. The country boasts rich biodiversity and one of the most ancient ecosystems for the wildlife enthusiasts to relish the sight of orangutans or silvered leaf monkeys (lutung). Nature lovers can find their bliss in the plethora of national parks, channels of meandering rivers and stunning beaches where those inclined towards adventure activities can have a good time. Snorkel and dive to witness the magical underwater world where tropical fish, corals, and dolphins add to your experience. Truly, a holiday in Malaysia is an experience of a lifetime, whether you are on a family vacation, on a solo adventure or on a honeymoon, there is plenty out there for you to witness, savour, and experience. Malaysia indeed completes your Southeast Asia tour, in fact, it inspires you to explore this diverse continent and witness its magic.
Adding more grandeur to the city of Kuala Lumpur is the shining duo of glass and steel skyscrapers, Petronas Twin Tower. This tourist attraction of Malaysia has not given i Read More
Come take a look from the 7th tallest freestanding tower in the world, KL Towers. Basically being communications tower, this tourist place in Malaysia is used for dining in Read More
Owning its name from the stone river, Sungai Batu, Batu Caves is essentially carved on a limestone hill and is revered as the 10th cave temple devoted to the divine deity M Read More
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The Pearl of the Orient which has made its place for harbouring Penang Hill, Snake temple and beautiful beaches of Tanjung Bungah is also known for being revered as a UNESC Read More
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Manifesting the slogan “Visiting Malacca Means Visiting Malaysia”, Malacca has made its place as one of the most visited tourism destinations due to the presenc Read More
Not leaving its ancient charm behind, Kota Kinabalu which is among the top tourist attractions of Malaysia is known for its art and music, food, sunsets, malls and the bust Read More
Malaysia offer visa on arrival and e-visa facility for selected number of countries. The visa fee for Indian nationals and citizens of other countries also varies. All documents presented to obtain visa shall be valid, for more than six months from the date of entry into Malaysia. Read to find the details of Malaysia visa regulation.View Details
The weather in west and east coast of Malaysia varies, where the capital city Kuala Lumpur and the west coast are hot all year round, making them ideal places to visit in summer as well, the months of September and October are perfect to plan a visit to the east coast of Malaysia.View Details
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