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Welcome to Malaysia


Land of Many Fascinations
Malaysia boasts of a rich cultural heritage, environmental splendour, a shopper's paradise and a gastronomic haven all rolled into one. The population is a contrast of racial and cultural roots comprising of Malay, Chinese, Indian, Eurasian, Sarawakian and Sabahan. Bahasa Malayu remains is the official language although English is widely spoken in the country.

Each region has unique characteristics and each promises visitors totally different experiences. One can look forward to interesting flora and fauna, sunny beaches, splendid islands and marine parks, historic sites and monuments and more !

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Kuala Lumpur:
One of Asia's most vibrant cities, mixing ultra modern skyscrapers with bazaars and night markets, a visit to KL is one of life's most memorable experiences. read more >

Penang:
A small island with a big heart. Offers great beaches, heritage trails and forest clad hills. read more >

Langkawi:
A sophisticated yet tranquil resort, arguably one of the best in Asia, with white sand beaches and undisturbed tropical forests.
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Pangkor & Pangkor Laut:
A tropical island retreat that is ideal for romantics and honeymooners. read more >

Terengganu:
The Terenngganu coast, overlooking the South China Seas, is one of only six spots in the world where giant Leather back Turtles clamber ashore to lay eggs. read more>

Tioman Island:
The mythical 'Bali Hai' from the film South Pacific. read more >
Redang Island:
Malaysia's premier marine park, an unspoilt paradise for divers and beach lovers. read more >
Cameron Highlands:
The colonial hill stations and tea plantations high in the hills on the Malaysian peninsula offer a temperate contrast to tropical beaches. read more >
Malacca:
The 'historical city of Malaysia', colonised by the Portuguese, then the Dutch East India Company and finally by the British.
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Sabah-Borneo:
One of the few places in the world where you can see Orang Utans in the wild. read more >
Sarawak-Borneo:
A land of vast primeval rainforests and awe inspiring caves.
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