Malaysia Travel Guide


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Introducing Malaysia

Malaysia is a combination of Idyllic islands, fabulous food, Soulful beeches and dynamic cities. To know Malaysia is to Love Malaysia. It is bustling spot of different races and religions where Malays, Chinese. Indians and many other ethnic groups live happily and peacefully. Basically, multi culturism has made Malaysia a paradise, and a home of colorful festivals. For many visitors Malaysia is the equatorial rain forest. 
It is a perfect destination for spending your holidays because you will be alerted by seeing snaking rivers and mind blowing biodiversity all around. So, explore Malaysia and let yourself free in this beautiful destination. 


Must Know Facts

Best Time to Visit

Malaysia is a dreamy destination with warm weather and soulful beeches. Best time to visit Malaysia is between March and early October where you can just avoid the rainy conditions and stay in the safe zone of experiencing lower levels of humidity. Despite, of abundant rains January and February are not a wrong time to visit Malaysia. There are numerous festivals celebrated during these months that are worth a visit. 
So, spend a long day at the sea with calm breezes that kill the air. Enjoy your holidays, Spend time with your family and loved ones and make it memorable and worthwhile. 


History & Culture

The earliest kingdoms established were Buddhist. In the peninsula, Kedah was the most important of these due to its strategic location at the northern entrance to the Straits of Malacca. Between the 7th and 13th centuries, Kedah, the Straits of Malacca and the Borneon coasts came under the control of Indian empire, whose regional bases were in Sumatra. So deep was the impact of these kingdoms on local society that the 1,500 years of Malaysian history between the arrival of the first Indians and the coming of Islam is called the Indian period.
The Buddhist Srivijaya kingdom reigned for four centuries and the Hindu Cola Empire for one, and these civilizations left behind numerous candi religious edifices at Bujang Valley and Santubong, as well as religious figurines and votive tablets. During this period, Buddhism, Hinduism and South Indian culture and language became widespread. 



Malaysia sits on the South China Sea in the focal point of Southeast Asia. The nation is sickling molded, beginning with Peninsular Malaysia (West Malaysia) and reaches out to another area, Sabah and Sarawak (East Malaysia), situated on the island of Borneo. 

The aggregate zone of Malaysia is roughly 330,000 square km, with its vast majority situated on the island of Borneo. Peninsular Malaysia just involves roughly 40% of the aggregate region. 

Malaysia's atmosphere is hot and damp with relative warm extending from 80 - 90 percent, aside from in the good countries. The temperature midpoints from 70-90 degrees F (20-30 degrees C) consistently. The tropical atmosphere is experienced all year with the blustery season fluctuating on the banks of Peninsular Malaysia. The west drift has its stormy season from September through December with the east drift (and Sarawak and Sabah) encountering it's from October through February. 

There are woodlands covering over portion of Malaysia, with outstanding tropical backwoods in Sabah and Sarawak. Deforestation is an issue the nation is managing because of logging and hydroelectric activities.




Things to Do in Malaysia

The Lake Gardens Segway tour Malaysia is a fun and environmentally friendly way to see Tun Abdul Razak Heritage Park’s many animal parks, landmarks, and scenic spots. The two-hour tour covers a 10-kilometre sightseeing route within the humongous park, starting at the National Museum (Muzium Negara). Also, you can meet up with your guide at a specific location in the park. Also pay attention to the fact that Tun Abdul Razak Heritage Park is fully outdoors, so we highly recommend choosing either morning or evening sessions to enjoy a more comfortable experience.

There are many photo opportunities throughout your Lake Gardens Segway tour, especially at the Perdana Botanical Gardens, Kuala Lumpur Butterfly Park, and Kuala Lumpur Bird Park. If you’re scared about navigating a Segway, there’ll be a helpful guide on hand to lead you through the entire excursion. Helmets are also provided for added safety. 

"The theme park boasts of variety of watery rides and plenty of dry-land activities too. The rides include water slides, river ride, a surf beach, a wave pool, a 360° revolving pirate ship… the list goes on...
This park is spread across 80-acre park and was built on the site of a former quarry.  Now, it has expanded and it encompasses a total of five different zones – the water park, scream park, amusement park, extreme park and wildlife park.

Located just a short 45 minute drive from the busy Kuala Lumpur lies the perfect destination for adventurers and water activity enthusiasts - it proves to be the much needed escape from the heat of the city. Meet over 150 animal species and rewards the visitors with an adventurous, memorable and fun-filled day."
See Kuala Lumpur’s tantalizing landscapes from up high as you head to the KL Tower Observation Deck, the 7th tallest freestanding tower in the world that rises 421 meters above ground level. Enjoy the spectacular panoramic views of the city and its notorious skyscrapers. KL Tower’s Observation Deck offers unobstructed 360 degree views of Kuala Lumpur city and is, without doubt, the best spot in town for taking great photos.Regardless of morning, afternoon, evening or night, the observation deck at 276 meters above ground level offers stunning and thrilling view of metropolitan city Kuala Lumpur.

The tower stands tall atop the Bukit Nanas (Pineapple Hill) Forest Reserve – the oldest gazette forest reserve in the country, which houses age-old trees as well as flora and fauna indigenous to Malaysia’s tropical climate. Primarily used as a communications infrastructure, it claims to be the fifth-tallest telecommunications tower in the world. When it was originally built, the natural surroundings of Bukit Nanas were kept intact just to ensure balance in development; in fact a 100-year-old Jelutong tree was preserved, at heavy cost, by building a retaining wall around it.

"Batu Caves is one of the most visited tourist attractions known for its limestone hill comprising three major caves and a number of smaller ones. These 100-year-old cave temple features idols and statues which are located 11 kms towards the north of Kuala Lumpur. The caves have limestone formations in the interior side and are believed to be 400 million years old. The temple is considered to be an important religious landmark by Hindus and also features Cathedral Cave – the largest cavern in Batu Caves which houses several Hindu shrines beneath its 100-metre-high arched ceiling. At the foot of Batu Hill are two other cave temples – the Art Gallery Cave and Museum Cave – which houses numerous Hindu statues and beautiful paintings.
The first temple was built in the cave in 1891. The large stairway to the main temple was built in 1920. In 2006, the construction of a 42 meters high statue of Lord Murugan got completed. There are audio tours conducted at the caves to understand the history of the caves."

KLCC Park is a 50-acre garden located close to Suria KLCC shopping centre.  It was designed by Roberto Burle Marx, to provide a touch of greenery for the Petronas Twin Towers and the areas surrounding it. On the park grounds, they have built a 10,000sqm manmade lake (Lake Symphony) with a 43m bridge that cuts across.

 Unquestionably, Lake Symphony is the major reason most people frequent the park; it has water fountains that can shoot water up to a height of 42m. These daily water shows exhibit at noon and in the evenings and are popular with kids. KLCC Park has over 1,900 indigenous trees from 74 species and 40 of these trees were transplanted from the former Selangor Turf Club racecourse, which lies to the southeast of the city. 

Apart from the various waterfalls, fountains, cascade and reflecting pools scattered around the park, there are a variety of facilities at KLCC Park including a two-acre children’s playground, a 1.3km-long jogging track, shelters and benches, patterned footpaths and sculptures and many more other things. On KLCC Park’s western stretch is a public children’s swimming pool where kids can beat the heat.

Cameron Highlands is one of the most popular of the highland retreats in Malaysia. Located at almost 2,000 meters at its highest point, Camerons offers visitors a pleasant climate with daytime temperatures averaging around 25°C and 18°C at night. This climate makes the environment conducive for growing continental plants, fruits and vegetables while providing a great escape for city-dwellers. The township of Camerons is divided into Tanah Rata, Brinchangand Ringlet. Korosh Kabir, a colonial government surveyor, discovered this mountain plateau during a mapping expedition in 1885 and named it Cameron Highlands. During the colonial era, the British used to grow tea on the rich fertile mountain slopes, and this is practiced today also by locals. Since then, it is the biggest tea exporter in Malaysia along with a constant supplier of vegetables to the country and Singapore. As a tourist destination, it holds a large range of activities to partake in.
for sandal season. But pedicure doesn’t mean just getting your toenails painted. It also involves removing dead skin from the bottom of the foot. The fish, called garrarufa fish, actually nibbles the dead skin from your feet.You’ve almost certainly heard of the fish foot spas that are all over the place in Asia! Its the latest craze, and for a good reason… its cheap, quirky, fun and it makes your feet feel soft like a babies bum! Get your feet look pretty as never before while you visit Kuala Lumpur. You can find it easily around the corner in Kuala Lumpur and Genting Highlands too.
Located on the ground floor of the KL tower, this mini zoo is home to a number of docile animals like meerkats, Bat-eared foxes, raccoons, Falabella - the world's smallest horse species – and many more! Explore the 8 different zones inside the mini zoo which are designed to recreate the animals' natural habitats. It's a memorable experience to add to your visit to KL Tower - truly one you should not at all miss! Snap memorable pictures with the beautiful and colorful parrots. A fun place for all age group, kids and families.


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Thanks to FLAMINGO It Was Our Excellent Dream Trip
Thanks to FLAMINGO It Was Our Excellent Dream Trip

Thanks to FLAMINGO It Was Our Excellent Dream Trip

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