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Visiting Malaysia
Malaysia, a multi-ethnic country with rich sights everywhere. Malaysia offers a fascinating fusion of cultures and traditions, with landscapes as varied as its people. Cities of shimmering skyscrapers and colonial-era streets contrast with palm-fringed island beaches and remote rainforests. There’s definitely something exciting for everyone.

Official Language: Bahasa Malaysia (although English is widely spoken)
Currency: Malaysian Ringgit (MYR)
Weather: Tropical and humid year round
Visa application: Citizens of most countries are granted visa-free entry to Malaysia for 14, 30 or 90 days, a passport with 6 months validity is required.

What to See?
Malaysia is a blend of countryside and metropolitan cities. Here are some of the best places to visit: 

  • Kota Kinabalu
    A costal city nestled within lush, tropical rainforests. Known for its lively local markets, pristine beaches and astonishing natural wonders, including the iconic Mount Kinabalu.
  • Kuala Lumpur
    Local street cart stalls, iconic skyscrapers and majestic limestone hills - this capital of Malaysia offers a myriad of possibilities for all travellers.
  • Melaka
    Fall in love with Melaka’s unique blend of historical architecture, rich cultural heritage and distinctive culinary cuisines.
  • Penang
    Penang, a foodie’s paradise, you’ll be spoilt for choice with an endless supply of delightful local creations to try!
  • Shah Alam
    Major roads within the city are connected with 18 roundabouts spread throughout. Shah Alam’s connectivity has its own distinct identity.

What to Eat?
A blend of spices and tradition, Malaysian cuisine will leave you craving for more. Some of the must-tries includes Nasi Lemak (Steamed coconut rice with sides and spicy sambal chilli) and Cendol (Iced sweet dessert that contains droplets of green rice flour jelly), an icy treat that’s perfect in Malaysia’s tropical weather.

What to Do?
Shop at the mega-malls, explore unique scenic sights and indulge the amazing local delicacies or exclusive street food of this gleaming country.

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