Malaysia Travel Guide

Malaysia Travel Guide

Situated between Thailand and Singapore, a federation of 13 states with a population of over 27 million people Malaysia is among the favorite tourist destinations worldwide. Malaysia is rich in diversity and it is truly a racial melting pot where Malay, Indian, Chinese, and other ethnic groups live together with peace and harmony. Malaysia’s diverse cultural heritage adds spice and color to every aspect of life, from religions and festivals to culinary traditions and architecture. Visitors can also see the rich diversity of Malaysia in its awe-inspiring geography; that includes Malaysia’s unspoiled beaches, clear tropical waters, pristine islands, and amazing marine habitat. Malaysia is home to a few of the steamiest jungles, wildest rivers, and the longest cave system. 


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One of the coolest places to visit in Malaysia is “George Town City”. Well reputed for arguably the best food in Malaysia is an amazing food paradise that welcomes its visitors with its tempting food courts and mouthwatering food ranging from Thai, Malaysian, Chinese, Vietnamese, Asian and even Continental. While strolling around the streets of “George Town City” you’ll be amused to see the cultural & religious diversities and street art as well.  

A land of natural diversity, Malaysia is a treasure trove of amazing natural richness and beauty. “Cameroon Highlands” is an amazing place to witness the natural wonders of Malaysia. It offers its visitors numerous trails for hiking. The epic scenery of the highlands and mesmerizing tea farms make a perfect break away from the heat. Malaysia is no doubt stands on the top in conservation and sustainable tourism programs, and there are endless ways for active travelers to explore the outdoors of Malaysia. It is an awe-inspiring place of diverse experiences and places. Beautiful golf courses, endless trekking trails, and dense jungles make this natural diversified nation a place truly worth exploring.

Other than nature the country is packed with striking new world’s architecture including spectacular plazas, quaint shophouses, and sprawling markets. Moreover, there are thousands of temples, mosques, and churches that dazzle the senses and soothes the soul.

The famous places to visit in Malaysia are “Taman Negara”- the world’s oldest rainforest and an amazing place for hiking and boating; “Pulau Tioman”- known as the Maldives of Malaysia where tourist can amuse themselves with beautiful islands along with snorkeling and exploring the marine life; “Mount Kinabalu National Park” -  a park dominated by one of the most accessible mountain Mount Kinabalu the largest in Malaysia; “Sepilok Rehabilitation Center” – a sanctuary for orangutans and one of the top favorites among the tourist visiting Malaysia; and “Perhentian Islands” – a perfect place to stop and experience the clear tropical water, white sand beaches, and dazzling coral reefs.