Malaysia Travel Guide


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Malaysia comprises of Peninsular Malaysia and part of the island of Borneo. The country is multicultural comprising of Malays, Chinese, Indians and several
indigenous groups. Malaysia offers a mix of the modern world, rural villages, highlands, rainforest and sunny beaches. >> Malaysia country guide

Cameron Highlands
Cameron Highlands is a highland destination offering a cool temperate climate at 1,500 m (5,000 ft) above sea level. This popular highland destination offers visitors jungle walks through the rainforest, vast tea plantations, farming areas and lively markets. 
>> Cameron Highlands guide

Cherating is a laid back fishing village as well as popular beach destination located about 30 km (19 miles) north of Kuantan. The area stretches for about 5 km (3 miles) along the South China Sea and home to several premium beach resorts and budget accommodations. 
>> Cherating guide

Kuala Lumpur
Kuala Lumpur is the capital and largest city in Malaysia with 1.8 million people living in the city proper and 6.5 million living in the metropolitan area. The city was founded in 1857 and has transformed from a mining outpost to become the economic and financial hub of the country.
>> Kuala Lumpur guide

Kuantan is the capital of the state of Pahang and a coastal city situated in the East Coast of Peninsular Malaysia. It is the largest city in the region and a hub for trade, commerce and transport. Kuantan's main attractions are its sandy beaches and beach resorts. 
>> Kuantan guide

Langkawi is a group of 100 islands with Langkawi Island being the largest and most visited of the islands. Surrounded by the Andaman Sea, the islands offer sandy beaches and crystal clear waters. Besides the hotels and resorts, Langkawi offers opportunities for duty-free shopping. 
>> Langkawi guide

Melaka (Malacca)
Melaka's history 
dates back to the 15th century during the rule of the Sultanate. Later the Portuguese, Dutch and eventually the British ruled city and left their legacy in the ruins and architecture. Due to its wealth of history, Melaka has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site. >> Melaka guide

Penang is a state located in the northwestern corner of Peninsular Malaysia, comprising of Penang Island and the mainland known as Seberang Prai. The main destination for most visitors to the state is Penang Island offering sandy beaches, highlands, history and great food.
>> Penang guide

Port Dickson
Port Dickson is
a seaside town in the state of Negri Sembilan and about about 90 km (56 miles) from Kuala Lumpur. The beaches here may not be among the best in Malaysia but nevertheless a popular beach destination for many living in Kuala Lumpur and nearby areas. >> Port Dickson guide

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