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An unusual blend of a developing nation and the modern world, Malaysia ranks as one of the richest countries in Southeast Asia, its prosperity largely resting on thriving high-tech industries. Malaysia vacations remain a more affordable alternative to the expensive tourism in some neighboring countries. Take a trip to Malaysia to explore busy cities filled with colonial-era architecture, tranquil tea plantations supporting a large portion of the local population, and dozens of scattered islands happily evading the worst aspects of mass tourism. While there may be fewer visitors, there's no shortage of fine beaches, mangrove estuaries, and verdant rainforests filled with exotic wildlife. 

Malaysia has the perfect ingredients that make a classic romantic destination. It has white sand beaches fringed by wind-kissed palms, it has old temples and stunning architecture and a varied and often spectacular landscape. There is not a better place to start a new chapter of your life than Malaysia.

Kuala Lumpur has an astounding extravaganza of historical monuments, minarets, skyscrapers, lush parks, bustling city roads and dazzling nightlife. Take a break from your routine and rove off to enjoy a relaxing vacation marvelously, in this town of architectural excellence. Visit Genting, Chinatown and revel in their enchanting resplendence. Enjoy the scenic and man-made wonders and dig into some mouth-watering dishes, made in the traditional cuisine.  

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​​Malaysia has the perfect ingredients that make a classic romantic destination. It has white sand beaches fringed by wind-kissed palms, it has old temples and stunning architecture and a varied and often spectacular landscape. There is not a better place to start a new chapter of your life than Malaysia.


Kuala Lumpur has an astounding extravaganza of historical monuments, minarets, skyscrapers, lush parks, bustling city roads and dazzling nightlife. Take a break from your routine and rove off to enjoy a relaxing vacation marvelously, in this town of architectural excellence. Visit Genting, Chinatown and revel in their enchanting resplendence. Enjoy the scenic and man-made wonders and dig into some mouth-watering dishes, made in the traditional cuisine.

Kuala Lumpur
The capital of Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur is a quintessential Asian city. The captivating skyline of the city is dotted with sky-high buildings, standing alongside beautiful structures boasting of Mughal architecture. It is home to lush green parks, bustling markets, and swanky shopping malls. The city' s thriving Malay, Chinese and Indian communities add to the charm, providing Kuala Lumpur with a distinct and vibrant culture, which includes mouth-watering cuisine and lively festivals. From being a tiny mining village in the 19th century to the booming metropolis that it is today, Kuala Lumpur has come a long way. The city' s most iconic landmark is the Petronas Twin Towers, the world' s tallest twin towers. For shopaholics and foodies, a visit to the shopping and entertainment district of Bukit Bintang is a must, where you can find local street food as well as upmarket malls and restaurants. Nature enthusiasts can visit Aquaria KLCC and Kuala Lumpur Bird Park. To get a peek inside the religious diversity of Malaysia, you can visit several mosques and temples such as Masjid Negara, Thean Hou Temple, Jamek Mosque and many more.

Langkawi 
Idyllic settlements by paddy fields, tropical forests on mountain slopes, cable car rides above an archipelago and a thriving shopping center define the city of Langkawi in Malaysia. The Jewel of Kedah, Langkawi is one of the major tourist destinations in Malaysia and across South East Asia. Its unique natural beauty ensures its reputation as a tropical getaway. The Kilim GeoPark with its gigantic limestone rocks rising from the water's edge and the thick splendor of the mangroves are some of the major natural attractions of Langkawi. Traveling on Langkawi's well-connected road network is an experience in itself with views of the green forests, the rural countryside and the coastline offering constant companionship along with the fresh sea breeze. The maximum driving distance between two points on the island never exceeds more than 40 minutes. The world-famous Langkawi Cable Car has a steep gradient and offers views of the sea and the islands below. Langkawi' s other natural attractions include the fresh water Lake of the Pregnant Maiden on Dayang Bunting, a beautiful pristine spot just a boat ride away from the main island. Langkawi also has marine life and wildlife parks, and another crowd puller for a family vacation is its duty-free status as a shopping destination.

Penang 
Penang played a crucial role in the burgeoning trade between Asia' s largest entities and Europe' s former colonial empires during the 18th and 19th century. Penang attractions include the resulting cosmopolitan nature of the city that's best described as a melting pot of several different cultures, languages, festivals, religions and traditions. Muslims, Buddhists, Christians, Hindus, Sikh and Taoist followers are amongst the people who call Penang home. Tourism plays an important role and includes everything from sandy Penang beaches to incredible roadside places to eat in Penang to the many museums one can check out. Some of the well-known Penang tourist sites include museums like the Penang Museum and Art Gallery or the Penang Islamic Museum and parks like the Penang Botanic Gardens or the Penang National Park. There are also many historical attractions like Fort Cornwallis, Kek Lok Si Temple, and Georgetown, which has been declared a UNESCO world heritage site. With so many things to do in Penang and so much history and culture on tap, it is an enjoyable and fun- filled destination.


Popular Malaysia Tourist Attractions
Petronas Twin Towers: These landmark buildings, the tallest in the world for a time, remain a recognizable symbol of Kuala Lumpur and offer sweeping views of the city from their skybridge.

Batu Caves: A perennial top-tier Malaysia tourist attraction, these ancient limestone caves, conveniently situated near the capital city, reveal sacred Hindu temples and shrines.

Kuala Lumpur City Centre (KLCC): This sprawling modern complex in the very center of Malaysia's capital houses everything from swanky dining joints and nightlife spots, to shops, malls, and large company headquarters.

KL Bird Park: This spacious avian park continues to attract wildlife enthusiasts with its diverse bird population and scenic habitats.

Menara Kuala Lumpur (KL Tower): From the observation deck of this imposing tower you can relish unobstructed views of Kuala Lumpur, or enjoy a meal in the revolving restaurant.

Penang Hill: A hill station overlooking George Town, this colonial-era resort serves as a pleasant getaway from the tropical heat and can be reached via a scenic funicular route.

Chinatown - Kuala Lumpur: A variety of restaurants and vibrant markets dot the streets of the historic Chinese district in Kuala Lumpur.

Legoland Malaysia: Aimed at families, this theme park offers an array of rides and attractions inspired by the popular building blocks.

Jalan Alor: Add this iconic street to your Malaysia itinerary for a chance to sample a wide range of local snacks, street foods, and delicacies.

Jonker Street: The main strip of Kuala Lumpur's Chinatown area is lined with colonial-era buildings and temples, interspersed with numerous shops and restaurants.​


Dining and Shopping on Holiday in Malaysia
Cuisine of Malaysia
Influenced by its own melting pot of cultures, as well as by neighboring countries, Malaysian cuisine is renowned for its diversity. 

Staple ingredients, such as rice, vegetables, noodles, and meat are enhanced by a complex myriad of spices and herbs, from the fragrant lemongrass and turmeric, to hot chili peppers. 

Fish and chicken feature prominently in Malaysian dishes, although vegetarian food is steadily gaining in popularity. 

You'll be able to add numerous culinary experiences to your trip to Malaysia, as affordable and omnipresent roadside stalls offer local favorites and specialties. Sample the ubiquitous nasi lemak, rice cooked in coconut milk, opt for a flavorful fish-based curry, or feast on an array of kuih pastries, morsels of dough or rice that range from sweet to savory.


Shopping in Malaysia
From browsing the designer boutiques in glossy shopping malls to bargaining with roadside stall vendors, shopping opportunities are everywhere on a tour of Malaysia. 

You'll find an array of affordable electronics, souvenirs, handicrafts, and apparel stores all across Malaysian destinations, especially Kuala Lumpur, known for its malls and marketplaces. 

Duty-free stores abound in every major tourist destination, offering tax-exempt goods like alcohol, tobacco, cosmetics, and tech gadgets. Hit the bazaars and night markets, found in most towns, to experience the lively atmosphere, sample local treats, and get deals on knick-knacks.

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