Malaysia

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Official Name: 
Malaysia

Area: 
329,847 km2

Population: 
27,000,000

Capital: 
Kuala Lumpur

Language(s): 
Bahasa Melayu, English, Chinese dialects and other regional dialects

Religion(s): 
Islam, Buddhism, Christianity, Taoism, Hinduism, Sikhism and others

Currency: 
Ringgit Malaysia (MYR)

Anthem: 
Negaraku (My Country)

Economy: 
INDUSTRY: Rubber and Oil Palm, Logging, Petroleum Production and Refining

AGRICULTURE: Rubber, Palm Oil, Cacao, Rice

EXPORT: Electronic Equipment, Petroleum and LNG, Wood Products, Palm Oil

Tour Info

Tourism Info Line: 1 300 88 5050

Ministry of Tourism 
Malaysia No. 2, Tower 1 Jalan P5/6, Precint 5 62200 PUTRAJAYA

motour.gov.my 
tourismmalaysia.gov.my

Malaysia

In the heart of Southeast Asia lies one of the world's most enchanting lands - Malaysia. A tropical paradise of immense charms, Malaysia promises the perfect holiday full of lovely surprises.

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Information

Official Name: 
Malaysia

Area: 
329,847 km2

Population: 
27,000,000

Capital: 
Kuala Lumpur

Language(s): 
Bahasa Melayu, English, Chinese dialects and other regional dialects

Religion(s): 
Islam, Buddhism, Christianity, Taoism, Hinduism, Sikhism and others

Currency: 
Ringgit Malaysia (MYR)

Anthem: 
Negaraku (My Country)

Economy: 
INDUSTRY: Rubber and Oil Palm, Logging, Petroleum Production and Refining

AGRICULTURE: Rubber, Palm Oil, Cacao, Rice

EXPORT: Electronic Equipment, Petroleum and LNG, Wood Products, Palm Oil

Tour Info

Tourism Info Line: 1 300 88 5050

Ministry of Tourism 
Malaysia No. 2, Tower 1 Jalan P5/6, Precint 5 62200 PUTRAJAYA

motour.gov.my 
tourismmalaysia.gov.my

Malaysia

In the heart of Southeast Asia lies one of the world's most enchanting lands - Malaysia. A tropical paradise of immense charms, Malaysia promises the perfect holiday full of lovely surprises. The country is a veritable treasure trove of diverse cultures and hospitable people, culinary delights, fascinating festivals, quaint villages, and modern skylines, complemented by world-class hospitality services and state-of-the-art tourism infrastructure.

Kuala Lumpur - Malaysia's dynamic capital is home to the magnificent Petronas Twin Towers, one of the world's tallest structures. The modern city offers great shopping facilities, besides a fascinating architectural mix of museums and galleries, lively bars and world-class restaurants, budget and luxury accommodation, as well as good transportation system.

The UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Melaka and George Town are steeped in history, boasting a labyrinth of historic streets, mosques, temples, and shops.

For a rejuvenating mountain retreat, Cameron Highlands and Fraser's Hill are the perfect choice to escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. The beautiful islands of Redang, Perhentian, Pangkor, and Langkawi are among the best in the country for sheer relaxation amidst crystal clear waters and colourful marine life, with a choice of staying in a simple chalet or an exclusive resort.

Being one of the 12 mega biodiversity countries in the world, Malaysia certainly has plenty to boast when it comes to pristine rainforests rich in flora and fauna. The forests of Taman Negara, for instance, reputed to be among the oldest in the world, offer the perfect backdrop to watch wildlife in their natural habitat.

For adventurous activities and ecotourism, Sabah is indeed a haven. Whether it's scaling Mount Kinabalu, Southeast Asia's highest peak, or exploring the lush rainforest of Danum Valley, spotting proboscis monkeys along the Kinabatangan River, or visiting the world's largest orang utan sanctuary at Sepilok, Sabah is a true tropical wonderland.

Neighbouring Sarawak, Malaysia's largest state, also has its fair share of superlatives. Its magnificent Mulu Caves boast the world's most extensive cave system and the world's largest cave chamber while the Niah Caves are one of the most important archaeological sites in the world as the oldest modern human remains discovered in Southeast Asia were found there.

Besides having various innovative tourism products such as parks and gardens, homestay, and helicopter tour, Malaysia is also home to Southeast Asia's first Premium Outlet Center and Asia's first LEGOLAND theme park.

Throughout the year, the country is abuzz with various colourful parades, carnivals, festivals, shows, events, conventions and celebrations. They cover a range of activities from sports and culture to festive and arts, reflecting a celebration of diverse lifestyles and customs of Malaysia.

Information

Official Name: 
Malaysia

Area: 
329,847 km2

Population: 
27,000,000

Capital: 
Kuala Lumpur

Language(s): 
Bahasa Melayu, English, Chinese dialects and other regional dialects

Religion(s): 
Islam, Buddhism, Christianity, Taoism, Hinduism, Sikhism and others

Currency: 
Ringgit Malaysia (MYR)

Anthem: 
Negaraku (My Country)

Economy: 
INDUSTRY: Rubber and Oil Palm, Logging, Petroleum Production and Refining

AGRICULTURE: Rubber, Palm Oil, Cacao, Rice

EXPORT: Electronic Equipment, Petroleum and LNG, Wood Products, Palm Oil

Tour Info

Tourism Info Line: 1 300 88 5050

Ministry of Tourism 
Malaysia No. 2, Tower 1 Jalan P5/6, Precint 5 62200 PUTRAJAYA

motour.gov.my 
tourismmalaysia.gov.my

 
Brunei-Malaysia Islamic Tour Packages E-Brochure from Islamic Tourism Centre website : please click here and here.

 

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  • Christmas 25 December 2015

    The Christmas spirit is made merrier with Malaysia's tropical weather and friendly people. Visitors will be spoilt for choice as there are many restaurants, bistros, shopping malls and hotels that offer great promotions planned specially for the occasion. Join in the celebration and have a sunny Christmas in Malaysia!

  • FISE World Malaysia 2015 From 18 December 2015 - 20 December 2015

    The Festival International Sport Extreme (FISE) was created in 1997 and is now the biggest action sports festival worldwide for sport professionals and amateurs in skateboard, BMX, wakeboard, inline skate and mountain bike. For nailing-biting action and to see the latest stunts and tricks in this extreme sports, head on to beautiful Langkawi island for front-row seats.

  • Penang International Dragon Boat Festival 2015 From 12 December 2015 - 13 December 2015

    Cheer on your favourite rowing teams featuring 20 to 22 sturdy men and urge them on to cross the finish line first and gain the ultimate victory at the Penang International Dragon Boat Festival. Watch as traditional dragon-headed boats decorated in flamboyant décor and painted in multi colours glide across the waters to the rhythm of pounding drumbeats. The event also gives you the chance to witness a host of ancient religious and cultural rites including those featuring rice dumplings, performed at Teluk Bahang Dam.

  • Cherating International Surfing Competition From 11 December 2015 - 13 December 2015

    This surfing event at Cherating Beach in Pahang is one of the destinations most favoured by surfer enthusiasts from around the world. Cherating Beach is renowned for its long and ideal waves, which attracts intermediate surfers.

  • 5th Sibu Week Bike, Sarawak From 04 December 2015 - 06 December 2015

    The Sibu Bike Week has become an international affair judging by the approximately 2,000 bikers from across the globe participating in its fourth edition last year. Among them were bikers from Sabah, Sarawak, Brunei and Kalimantan on Borneo island, Peninsular Malaysia, Germany, Spain, the Philippines, Holland, Australia, Abu Dhabi, Indonesia and Thailand. As always, the three-day event has lots of exhibitions and competitions such as Miss Sibu Bike Week, Tattoo Show, Bikers Game, Cars Exhibition, Bikes Exhibition, Bands Competition, Scooters Competition, Big Bikes Competition/Games, Slow Rides Competition, Skateboard & BMX Competition, Karaoke Competition and many more.

  • 8th Royal Cup Muay Thai Championship From 04 December 2015 - 05 December 2015

    The Royal Cup Muay Thai Championship, the longest running muay thai event in Malaysia, returns again for the eighth consecutive time this December. The event, organised by Z1 International Sdn Bhd, is sanctioned by the World Muay Thai Council and Malaysia Muay Thai Association. This year’s championship is organised as an effort to promote Malaysia as a muay thai venue and to expose local talents to the world. Experience three hours each night of the best fighters gathered at the historic Stadium Negara Kuala Lumpur.

  • Penang Island Jazz Festival From 03 December 2015 - 06 December 2015

    The island of Penang comes alive with music at the 12th edition of the Penang Island Jazz Festival (PIJF), from 3 to 6 December 2015.

  • RFC-Rainforest Challenge From 28 November 2015 - 07 December 2015

    The RFC is an off-road 4x4 event which is among the world’s top ten toughest motor races. It takes place annually from end November to early December. Every year, it attracts the bravest of the land daredevils from Europe to Asia to face the odds in the jungle for 10 days braving the mud, rain, steep uphill, downhill and undulating terrain plus the wrath of Mother Nature from the monsoon. An extraordinary event for extraordinary adventurers set in an extraordinary season, the monsoon.

  • Illusion: Nothing As It Seems From 20 November 2015 - 10 January 2016

    Families with children, youths and young adults visiting Malaysia will love the “Illusion” exhibition going on from now until 10 January 2016 at Petrosains, Malaysia’s exciting science exhibition centre in Kuala Lumpur. The exhibition, brought in from the Science Gallery at Trinity College Dublin, explores science in an interesting way, combining it with art, technology and illusion to appeal to all ages. Curated by psychologist and author Richard Wiseman, and researched by magician and escapologist Paul Gleeson, the exhibition will challenge your perceptions and get you to use your senses to understand how the brain works. Expect magic with psychology, optical illusions with scientific reasoning, and confusion with clarity!

  • Deepavali Festival of Lights 10 November 2015

    Deepavali or the 'Festival of Lights' is celebrated by Hindus with prayers, family gatherings and festivities. Open houses are held where family and friends visit each other and enjoy delicious traditional goodies (except Labuan and Sarawak).

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