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Malaysia Tourism

“Truly Asia”

A potpourri of all things Asian, Malaysia is a country in Southeast Asia. An intriguing blend of diverse wildlife, idyllic islands, magnanimous mountains, rainforests, and rich culinary landscape makes it one of the most visited tourist places in Asia. 

The multi-cultural, multi-ethnic, and multi-lingual country is divided into two regions by the South China Sea – Peninsular Malaysia and East Malaysia. Surrounding these territorial boundaries are stunning islands and an array of landscapes. Due to the immensity of beaches and vivid marine life, Malaysia also offers excellent scuba diving spots. Once a part of the Federation of Malaysia, Singapore is linked with a narrow causeway and bridge which makes it a popular destination to combine during a trip to Malaysia.

Malaysia, meaning the “Land of Malays”, is a federation of 13 states and 3 federal territories divided into the two regions. It is the only country with territory on both the Asian mainland and Malaysia archipelago. The amalgamation of diverse inhabitants has led Malaysia to lead a varied lifestyle as well; from food and festivities to art and culture.

Malaysia Tourism

Diverse Destinations

Explore a myriad of our mind-boggling locations

Kuala Lumpur

“Feast For all the Senses”

Kuala Lumpur, popularly referred to as KL, is the capital city of Malaysia. Officially the Federal Territory of Kuala Lumpur, it is also the largest city of the country, spreading over almost 245 sq km. Steel-clad skyscrapers, mega shopping malls, renowned monuments, bustling markets and burgeoning nightlife – that is Kuala Lumpur for you!

Kuala Lumpur is divided into separate districts, each known for something extraordinary. However, the main draw of the city is the Golden Triangle comprising of Bukit BintangKLCC and Chinatown areas. Popular as the entertainment hub of the city, these are home to some of the trendiest nightclubs, lounges and bars.

Langkawi Tourism

“Malaysia’s Mini Paradise “

Langkawi is often referred to as the Jewel of Kedah, as a result of its lush natural and tropical beauty. It is a group of islands located in the clear Andaman Sea and is also a duty-free zone!

Spread out with clean beaches, sparkling blue waters and forests, Langkawi is a tourists paradise. Also known as Langkawi Permata Kedah or Langkawi, the Jewel of Kedah, the 99 islands that make up this place are an ideal spot for some rest and relaxation. The choicest seafood, tons of spas and other fun activities will make your stay in Langkawi real fun.

Langkawi Tourism

Georgetown Tourism

“Penang’s Gorgeous Capital City”

The popular capital of Penang, George Town is a colourful Malaysian city that has also been listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

George Town is the second largest city in Malaysia. You will find a very relaxed and calm atmosphere in this city, with shops opening post noon. The city is rich in architecture, in that there are several beautifully built colonial buildings here. George Town is also very famous for its food _ at the stalls of street hawkers, in particular.

Kota Kinabalu Tourism

The city of beautiful rainforests and calming islands”

Kota Kinabalu, commonly referred to as KK, is the capital of Sabah. The city lies on the fringes of the South China Sea and also hosts Mount Kinabalu. KK also forms the gateway to the Borneo Island.

KK is a coastal city, looking out on sparkling waters. Tourists throng this place each year and visit the many markets and beaches. Another popular landmark of this city, apart from Mount Kinabalu of course, is the Kota Kinabalu City Mosque, located on the waterfront. The city also claims to have some of the best sunsets on the continent!

Petaling Jaya

Petaling Jaya Tourism

“The Beautiful Little Satellite Town for Peace & Serenity”

Located close to the capital of Malaysia, Kualua Lumpur, Petaling Jaya is a little township which has developed into a city. Locals fondly call it ‘PJ’. It is also supposed to be the rainiest area in all of Malaysia, having little to no dry seasons to speak of. Nonetheless, it makes for a lovely experience on account of its charming little neighbourhoods.

Petaling Jaya is is considered to be the richest among all the cities in Malaysia. It is a truly commercial zone, punctuated with lots and lots of shops, shopping malls and the like. However, it was given the status of a city only later, in 2006. The city is characterized by its most popular landmark, Kota Darul Ehsan. This is an arch that is the boundary between PJ and Kuala Lumpur. It is also well-known for its frequent night markets, where tourists can snag a great deal or two.


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