About Malaysia

Malaysia is a country with unity of all races and religions, a region where Malays, Indians, Chinese and many other ethnic groups live together in peace and harmony. Malaysia is a culinary paradise with hundreds of colorful festivals where you will share with the warm and friendly local people. From skyscrapers, historical buildings, ancient rocks, casino on the highland, white sandy beaches to dense forests, Malaysia has them all.

Getting Around

Located in a strategic location in Southeast Asia, you can travel to Malaysia by air, land and sea. The national carrier, Malaysia Airlines, has a global and national network. The budget airline company AirAsia also serves a wide range of domestic and regional routes.

Top 10 Travel Destinations in Malaysia

Johor, Penang, Langkawi, Genting and Kuala Lumpur are the most famoust tourist destinations. Malaysia has many natural attractions, city tours, cultural tourism, historical tourism and amusement parks.

Bukit Bintang Walkway (The Golden Triangle)

A bustling tourist area, and is one of the most famous shopping areas in Malaysia. From branded goods to bargain shopping. Here, you can also find many delicious local and international cuisines.

Legoland

Located in Johor Bahru, where you can reach by bus from Singapore. A theme park created with Lego blocks, the famous children's toys. You will find colorful Legoland rides and buildings. There is also a hotel inside the theme park.

Sanrio Hello Kitty Town

In this 60,000 m2 playground, you can meet with Hello Kitty and The Big Club, the famous Japanese characters. Find all Hello Kitty themed interior, attractions and goods in this area.

Kuching

Kuching is located in Sarawak, Borneo Island, East Malaysia. Find the skyscrapers, modern architectural style, surrounded by a lush forest. You can do hiking to the tropical rain forests, as well as beautiful outdoor adventure.

Langkawi

The natural beauty of this island is the main attraction. White sand beaches and clear blue sea background with magnificent limestone cliffs. Walk around the famous Cenang Beach with many restaurants and bars.

Gunung Mulu National Park

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Gunung Mulu National Park

Located between tropical rain forest, surrounded by crystal-clear rivers and steep mountains, Mount Mulu National Park features the pinnacles, an amazing configuration of limestone known as the Garden of Eden.

George Town

George Town in Penang is famous for its classical architectural heritage of England. You can ride tricycles decorated with flowers along the streets and enjoy the view. Stop by the local restaurant to taste the delicious culinary.

Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion

Located in George Town, Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion has 38 rooms, with exotic shades of blue paint. It is a Chinese immigrant heritage house built in 1880 by a merchant named Cheong Fatt Tze.

Penang Hill (Bukit Bendera)

This hilly region is popular and can be explored by the Penang Hill Railway to reach to the top. Trains operate from 9 am to 11 pm and it offers a beautiful view during the journey.

Kuala Lumpur City Center (KLCC)

Malls, parks, apartments, stands in the KLCC area, including the famous Petronas Twin Towers. This modern part of Malaysia is connected to the underground metro. Find fancy restaurants and five stars hotels in this area.