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Malaysia today is a complex and richly diverse country that spreads across a network of islands, which encompasses an eclectic collage of ethnic groups, cultures and religions. The economic and spiritual heart is the impressive capital of Kuala Lumpur on Peninsular Malaysia, while other mainland cities worth visiting include the haunting colonial beauty of Georgetown on the island of Penang and the ramshackle sprawl of Malacca in southern Malaysia. On the western and eastern coasts of Peninsular Malaysia a myriad of islands, many blessed with stunning beaches, recline in the tropical sun and to the east the East Malaysian states of Sabah and Sarawak boast their own charms, including superb beaches and unspoilt wilderness.
Kuala Lumpur has managed to retain her charm, with a skyline that blends the Old World with the New. KL, as it is locally known, is Malaysia’s hub; a huge, bustling, cosmopolitan city that is the business heart of the nation. Often overlooked by many tourists, KL has a wealth of attractions. Places of interest includes visiting Jamek Mosque, Chinatown, Parliament House, King's Palace, Railway station, Sultan Abdul Samad building, Petronas Twin Tower, National Monument, Royal Selangor Pewter factory, Malay villages, famous Batu Caves.
Malaysia is home to many of the world's most pristine and celebrated beaches. Its expansive coral beaches produce pure, snow-white sand which sits in dazzling contrast to the crystal blue waters of its shorelines. Many of these waters are teeming with exotic marine life, much of which cannot be found anywhere else on earth. Due to its climate, many of Malaysia's beaches sit right at the forest wall of Malaysia's majestic, lush rainforests, meaning that you can hike the jungles and go scuba diving all in the same adventurous afternoon! Other activities handily available at many of Malaysia's beaches include jet-skiing, snorkeling, deep sea fishing, or just relaxing on the beach and taking in the gorgeous panoramic view afforded at the ocean's edge. Floowing are most popular beaches among our customers
More than 100km (60 miles) north of Penang lie the 104 islands, many of which are just outcrops of coral, that make up Langkawi. The largest, Langkawi Island, is the only one with sophisticated tourist facilities (it has been declared a free port and duty free shopping is available). Several international hotels and resorts have opened as the government and international developers flood into what is set to become Malaysia’s premier island beach resort. The island’s many coves, lagoons and inlets make it ideal for all kinds of water sports such as swimming, sailing, fishing and scuba diving. Horse riding facilities and golf courses are also available. The Crocodile farm at Kubank Badah has more than 3000 crocodiles.
The island of Penang, eulogised as the ‘Pearl of the Orient’, lies just off the northwest coast of Peninsular Malaysia. Some of the country’s most beautiful beaches are located in the northern part of Penang. Visitors have been known to flock to this island for some time off on its beaches as much as to sample a piece of its history and culture. Among many beaches Batu Feringghi, Tanjung Bungah and Teluk Bahang are most famous
Pangkor Island is about 100km south of Penang Island, unspoilt and seldom-visited. Over recent years it has gained in popularity, which has brought better facilities at the expense of increasing crowds and development of the pristine environment. Since 1996, an internal air link to the island has facilitated access for tourists. Innumerable bays boast excellent sandy beaches and all kinds of water sports.
Redang Island is an archipelago of nine islands off the east coast of Malaysia. The nine islands are home to an abundance of wildlife, especially marine life, and were designated as a marine park. The marine park centre is located at Pinang Island, just off the southern tip of Redang Island. The centre itself is one of Redang's most popular snorkeling destinations, being home to a variety of marine life. Redang Island's crystal clear waters are by large its greatest appeal. Giant sea turtles, along with thousands of species of tropical fish, play in the shallow waters of the beaches, often coming within a few feet of the shoreline. This, coupled with the large stretches of coral reef just beneath the surface of the unbelievably clear water, makes scuba diving or snorkeling at Redang Island an amazing experience.
Malacca is the historical state of Malaysia, rich with heritage buildings, ancient landmarks and colonial structures. It was here that colonial forces first made contact with Malaysia, which eventually shaped the country into its current economic and political system. Today, in Malacca, you can still see the imprints of British, Dutch and Portuguese forces left behind in forts, museums, churches and towers. Visit Malacca for the cultural experience of a lifetime.
There are beautiful beaches in Malacca which are mainly located in Klebang, Tanjung Kling, and Tanjung Bidara. Sandy beaches edged with palm trees, and the pleasant surrounding has brought a number of resorts to this part of the west coast.
Tioman Island rise up above the waters of the South China Sea. The dragon-like appearance of Tioman Island is at the root of a legend surrounding its origin: The natural beauty of the island is its biggest attraction. Lush tropical jungle covers about 12,000 hectares of the island and countless mountain streams and waterfalls sustain the many protected species of mammals and birds. The waters around the island are filled with corals of all shapes and colours and home to a vast diversity of sea creatures, including two species of marine turtle. There are a few excellent beaches on Tioman, and these curves of golden sand are usually tucked away at the edges of villages or fronting one of the many resorts. This island has options for every kind of holiday-maker. Tioman is also one of the best destinations in Malaysia for scuba diving and snorkeling. The jungle is also popular for trekking, with many swathes of jungle still unspoilt. Tioman is a beautiful, popular and affordable holiday destination for all.

Kota Kinabalu is situated on the tropical island of Borneo, and is the state capital of the Malaysian state Sabah, which is one of the two states of East Malaysia. The location of the city is absolutely amazing; and from the airport it is just a short ride to mostly any hotel. You find a world class sailing marina and championship golf courses as well as both first class holiday resorts and good hotels for the budget traveler. This is one of the most fantastic cities you ever have been to. A modern capital with a warm hospitality that you hardly find in many places around the world. Just around a corner you have long sandy beaches, paradise islands, virgin coral reefs, tropical rain forests.

2,000 meters above sea level, Genting Highlands, a magnificent city on the hilltop, is but a mere 50km from Kuala Lumpur. It offers a cool respite from the hustle and bustle of the city capital. Lush green tropical rainforest shrouded in a veil of perpetual mist makes it hard to believe that you are just minutes away from the sweltering equatorial heat and the ever dusty city. Here, consistent temperatures between 16 and 23 degrees provide natural air conditioning. Facilities include four hotels, a theme park, restaurants, a theater, golf courses with a magnificent clubhouse, an artificial lake, a health and sports center, and an indoor swimming pool. A great place for children.
Still further north, about four hours from Kuala Lumpur, are the Cameron Highlands. These are among the best-known mountain resorts in Asia, and consist of three separate townships: Brinchang, Tanah Rata and Ringlet. An international-standard hotel and many bungalows are set around a golf course in lush green surroundings. Nature lovers will find the unspoiled natural beauty of this hill station simply irresistible!
Nearly 400km (250 miles) from Kota Kinabalu, Sandakan is the old capital of Borneo. The Sandakan Orchid House displays a rare collection of wonderful orchids and is a must for green-fingered enthusiasts. Also of interest is the Crocodile Farm, located outside Sandakan along the seventh mile Labuk Road. Over 1000 crocodiles, of varying sizes inhabit the farm at any one time. 24km (15 miles) from the town is the Sepilok Orang-Utan Rehabilitation Center, home of the ‘wild men of Borneo’, the world’s largest orangutan population.
40km (24 miles) north of Sandakan, Pulau Selingan, Pulau Bakungan Kecil and Pulau Gulisan collectively form the Turtle Islands. Visitors get the opportunity to witness the amazing sight of Hawksbill and Green turtles coming ashore in the evening to lay their eggs. The islands can be visited all year round but, from July to October, the number of turtles visiting the island increases
Described as one of the most attractive cities in Southeast Asia, Kuching is the State capital. It is a city rich in history, and modern day Kuching is a delightful blend of modern structures and old-world charm. Within easy reach is the Semenggoh Orang-Utan Sanctuary and the national parks of Gunung Gading, Kubah and Tanjung Datu National Park, North of Kuching is the Damai Peninsula and Bako National Park on the Muara Tebas Peninsula. Kubah National Park which is 20 km west of Kuching covering some 2230 hectares with three mountains. National Park and the key attraction is the orang-utans which are rehabilitated for release back into the wild.