Why Choose Malaysia?
Malaysia is a country in Southeast Asia. It is a constitutional monarchy and consists of 13 states and has 3 federal territories.
The capital and the largest city of Malaysia is Kuala Lumpur. It is abuzz with luxurious city-life, the islands offer a glimpse at the richness of the nation’s distinct flora and fauna which also boasts a shimmering skyline that is dominated by the world’s tallest twin towers – Petronas Towers
It is also known for its beaches and the islands of Redang, Perhentian, Langkawi, and Rawa boast some of the most beautiful coastlines.
The multi-ethnic and multicultural make-up of the society in Malaysia made a gastronomical paradise and also home to hundreds of colorful festivals. The country is embroidered with beautiful flower gardens and parks, such as the Orchid Garden and the KL Bird Park.
Malaysians love to celebrate and socialize and people are very laid back, warm and friendly.
Capital: Kuala Lumpur
Population: 3.15 crores
Currency: Malaysian ringgit coded as MYR
The country has a total of 7 international airports.
While the Kuala Lumpur International Airport serves as Malaysia’s leading airport.
Kuala Lumpur Known as KL which is the capital city of Malaysia has a great combination of culture and modern culture. There are plenty of options to do shopping in malls, nightlife and also delicious dining.
Kota Kinabalu city is very famous for amazing fishing opportunities and also gives the option to see countries tallest peak, Mount Kinabalu.
Penang city is famous for foodie tourists. It gives the testiest Malaysian food in different varieties.
Adventure seekers can take a ‘flying coffin’ riverboat up the Batang Rejang River, or to the fascinating Bat Caves and extraordinary rock formations of Gunung Mulu National Park.
Malaysia is situated in Southeast Asia. The country has two parts, East Malaysia and Peninsular Malaysia. East Malaysia is situated in the Eastern part of the country, whereas Peninsular Malaysia is in the West.
Malaysia is surrounded by other countries such as Thailand, Indonesia, Brunei, and is even connected to Singapore by a narrow causeway. Its landscape is comprised of coastal plains, hills and mountains and some of the mountains are heavily forested as well and surrounded by more than 800 islands although 535 of these are as yet unnamed.