Exciting Malaysia

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Malaysia Malaysia Packages Tour Guide: Exciting Malaysia

Malaysia is located in the Malay Peninsula and extends to parts of Borneo where it shares a border with neighboring Indonesia, and such visitors should not be confused with the terms of Peninsular Malaysia and East Malaysia, including Sarawak and Sabah (Also known as Malaysian Borneo).

With a total landslide of over 300,000 square kilometers, Malaysia is known for its capital Kuala Lumpur, a powerhouse financial and business center in Southeast Asia, along with its beautiful beaches, secluded islands, elevated hill stations and UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

There is also a strong commitment to diversity here, and at the same time Malaysia and indigenous groups, Malaysia also has a large Chinese and Indian population which is reflected in the architectural and cultural relics found in the country. Tourists can choose from a variety of activities ranging from hiking to diving, shopping for local food or sampling. Here is our list of the best things in Malaysia.

Malaysia is a friendly, culturally rich nation that is modern and comfortable yet managed to retain its ecological beauty; The country is a mixture of Malay, Indian, Chinese, Arabic, European, Peranakan and other cultures and its landscape is dotted with temples that run side by side with mosques and churches. You can eat and drink your way through Malaysia – your choice of gastronomic offerings is legendary. Hawkers move around on foot, bicycles, tricycles, motorcycles, and vans to drive their food. Stall line five-foot walkways and side lanes; Some also operate largely from booths of food courts within shops, markets, air-conditioned restaurants, and shopping malls.

Things to do in Malaysia

Visit the Petronas Towers in Kuala Lumpur

One of the most iconic sites in the world, the Petronas Tower, also known as the Petronas Twin Towers, is located in the capital Kuala Lumpur due to the fact that they come in a pair and has the tallest twin towers in the world. The architecture is postmodern in style and also features motifs found in Islamic art to represent the Muslim majority in Malaysia. The main attraction is the Sky Walk above the Sky Bridge which merges them together and visitors can see the views spread across Kuala Lumpur and KLCC Park at the base of the towers.

Sunbathe on Langkawi

If you move out of the city, visit Langkawi Island, actually an archipelago of more than a hundred islands in the Andaman Sea, of which only two are inhabited and of which Langkawi is the largest with a population of over 60,000 inhabitants. Langkawi Island is popular with both backpackers and honeymooners and has something to suit all budgets. The island is also a duty-free position so visitors can stock souvenir items cheaply.

Tunku Abdul Rahman National Park

The Tunku Abdul Rahman National Park is actually a collection of five islands that are found on the banks of Kota Kinabalu in Sabah, East Malaysia. The park is accessible by ferry and some islands such as Sulug Island are almost untouched, while others such as Gaya Island are busy and more crowded. Common finds on the islands include hiking and trekking, as well as swimming and scuba diving opportunities.

Meander around Penang

Penang is an island off the west coast of Malaysia with its capital, Georgetown, named after the British king King George. A UNESCO World Heritage Site, Penang has a focus on conservation and preservation and visitors can experience this at one of Penang’s many famous hotels, such as the E&O founded by Stamford Raffles who founded Raffles Hotel in Singapore Was also established. Penang is also famous for its tropical spice garden which is the best for the local flora and fauna of the region such as torch ginger, plants used in many traditional Malay dishes.

Go for the trek in Taman Negara National Park

Taman Negara National Park is located in the Pahang State as it has many claims to fame which attract a steady stream of visitors. One of these is that it is the largest national park in Peninsular Malaysia, as well as the fact that the park is the longest ropeway walkway in the world. The park also has some serious treks, as long as a 100 km round trip, as well as a more gentle hike for beginners. For nature lovers, the park has a wide range of wildlife and plant life and the area is home to an indigenous tribe named after the Orang Asli or Native people, who are said to be the first inhabitants of Malaysia.

Day 1

Fly from New York to Kuala Lumpur, make your way to the hotel .Rest of the day at leisure.

Day 2

Explore and enjoy the delights of Kuala Lumpur.

Day 3

Explore and enjoy the delights of Kuala Lumpur.

Day 4

Check out from the hotel and catch your domestic flight to Penang. Enjoy rest of the day.

Day 5

Explore and enjoy the delights of Penang.

Day 6

Explore and enjoy the delights of Penang.

Day 7

Check-out from the hotel and take a domestic flight to Kuala Lumpur to catch your flight back home.

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