Malaysia is a Southeast Asian country occupying parts of the Malay Peninsula and the island of Borneo. Good to do holiday in Malaysia because it’s known for its beaches, rainforests and mix of Malay, Chinese, Indian and European cultural influences. The capital, Kuala Lumpur, is home to colonial buildings, busy shopping districts such as Bukit Bintang and skyscrapers such as the iconic, 451m-tall Petronas Twin Towers.
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Malaysia is a federation consisting of 13 states (Negeri) and 3 federal territories (Wilayah Persekutuan). These are divided between the two regions of Malaysia, with 11 states and 2 federal territories on Peninsula Malaysia and the other 2 states and 1 federal territory in East Malaysia.
Peninsular Malaysia or West Malaysia comprises 11 states, namely, Johor, Kedah, Kelantan, Melaka, Negeri Sembilan, Pahang, Perak, Perlis, Penang, Selangor and Terengganu. Together with Sabah and Sarawak (located in East Malaysia), they make up the 13 states of Malaysia. There are three Federal Territories namely, Kuala Lumpur – the capital of Malaysia; Putrajaya – the Federal Government Administrative Centre; and Labuan – a ‘tax-free’ island located off the coast of Sabah.
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Malaysia consists of two geographical regions divided by the South China Sea: the peninsular Malaysia (or West Malaysia) on the Malay Peninsula bordered by Thailand on the north and Singapore in south, and Malaysian Borneo (or East Malaysia) located on the northern part of the island of Borneo in the South China Sea, bordering Indonesia and surrounding the Sultanate of Brunei. The country shares also maritime borders with the Philippines and Vietnam.
Malaysia covers a total area of 329,847 km², making it slightly larger than Norway, or slightly larger than the U.S. state of New Mexico. Highest mountain is Mount Kinabalu with 4,095 m on the island of Borneo. Mt. Kinabalu and the surrounding Kinabalu Park are a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
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“Malaysia, Truly Asia” captures and defines the essence of the country’s unique diversity. It sums up the distinctiveness and allure of Malaysia that make it an exceptional tourist destination.
The style of the logo is inspired by Malaysian Batik. The magnificent rhinoceros hornbill is perched on the left side of the logo. The iconic bird illustrates the unique fauna and eco-adventures that Malaysia has to offer. A red hibiscus adorns the top right of the logo. In the national language, Bahasa Malaysia, the hibiscus is known as “bunga raya”, loosely translated to “flower of celebration”. The flowers encapsulates the celebration of cultural diversity in Malaysia. The wild fern below the hibiscus is locally known as “paku pakis”. The edible plant is a favourite among Malaysians of all races, and is apt to represent the unique flavours of Malaysian cuisine. The main colours blue, red and yellow used in the logo represent the colors of the national flag, Jalur Gemilang. The orange colour illustrates the year-round sunshine Malaysia receives. Lastly, the green colour represents the abundance of nature in Malaysia. The brilliance of these colours is eye-catching, and invites the onlooker to take a closer look.
Holiday Malaysia Central Region (KL, Selangor, Putrajaya)
Holiday In Kuala Lumpur Malaysia
Holiday in Kuala Lumpur or popularity known as KL is Malaysia’s capital city and one of Asia’s most dynamic cities. This bustling metropolis is a melting pot of races and cultures and is home to a population of 31.6 million (in 2016) people.
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Holiday In Selangor Malaysia
A holiday in Selangor promises non-stop fun, entertainment and adventure. This is one of the most prosperous and developed states in the country. Selangor is also known as the gateway to Malaysia because the main entry points are situated within the state
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Holiday In Putrajaya Malaysia
Touted as Malaysia’s Intellegent Garden City, Putrajaya is the (futuristic administrave capital of the country)
This model township combines the beauty of nature with strategic town plannig abd insfrastructure development. It is proud symbol of Malaysia’s aspiration to be a develop nation
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Holiday Malaysia Northern Region (Perlis, Kedah, Penang, Perak)
Holiday In Perlis Malaysia
A holiday in Perlis has a history dating back to 1980. The northern gateway to Malaysia, it is flanked by Kedah in the south and Thailand in the north. It covers 795/sq/km and features a sprawling countryside characterised by paddy plains and interspersed with rustic villages, limestones outcrops and serene lakes
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Holiday In Kedah Malaysia
A holiday in Kedah is the most ancient state in Malaysia boasting a history that dates back to 5th century’s AD. The country’s main rice producer, it occupies an area of 9,425/sq/km in the north of the poeninsula and borders Thailand
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Holiday In Penang Malaysia
Witness the delightful fusion of theEast and West as well as the old and new in the Pearl of the Orient Penang. This 1,045/sq/km sun-kissed state comprises the island of Penang and Seberang Perak. They are linked by the longest bridge in Asia. The Penang Bridge as well as the oldest cross-channel ferry service in the country
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Holiday In Perak Malaysia
Perak situated along the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia and covers an area of 21,000/sq/km. Meaning silver in Malaysia, it was so named as the state is home to the Kinta Valley, which once contained the world’s richest tin deposits, drowning visitors from around the globe
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Holiday Malaysia East Cost Region (Kelantan, Terengganu, Pahang)
Holiday In Kelantan Malaysia
The most rustic the three states in the region, Kelantan truly lives up to its name as the ‘Cradle Of Malay Culture’. The states’s landscape is a charming blend of quaint villages, small towns and riverine settlements. Amidst the houses built on stilts and covered with thatched roffs one can revel in the time-honoured Malay heritage and culture.
The capital city of Kelantan is Kota Bharu. Kelantan’s hinterland is a dramatic mix of mountains, caves and pristine jungles. Scales t6he Imposing Mount Stong or trek into the Kuala Koh National Park
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Holiday In Terengganu Malaysia
Hailed as the ‘Gem of the East Coast’, Terengganu is a magical destination steeped in culture and heritage. Its long coastline offers sweeping vistas of aquamarine waters fringed by white powdery sands. Away from the shores lie a cluster of islands that gleam invitingly in the South China Sea. Kuala Terengganu is the charming capital of this state
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Holiday In Pahang Malaysia
Pahang is the largest state in Peninsular Malaysia. Nearly two thirds of the state is enveloped in verdant rainforest, making it an magnificent enclave of lush greenery, exotic wildlife and natural treasures
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Holiday Malaysia Southern Region (Melaka, Negeri Sembilan, Johor)
Holiday In Malacca Malaysia
Holiday in Melaka enjoys a strategic location on the west coact of Peninsular Malaysia, along historic Straits Of Malacca, covering an area of 1,650/sq/km. Established in 1403, it was an important trading post in Malaysia’s early history and attracted traders from all over the world
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Holiday In Negeri Sembilan Malaysia
A holiday in Negeri Sembilan is situated in the west of Peninsula Malaysia. It is about 50km south of Kuala Lumpur and spreads over an area of 6,645/sq/km. Its name literally means nine states as the state once consisted of nine districts
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Holiday In Johor Malaysia
A holiday in Johor derived its name from Jauhar, an Arabic word that means precious stones. The southern gateway to Malaysia, Johor is linked to Singapore via the Causeway and encompasses an area of 18,986/sq/km. It is also where the southernmost tip of Asia Tanjung Piai is located
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Holiday Malaysia East Malaysia (Sabah, Sarawak, Labuan)
Holiday In Sabah
A holiday in Sabah stunning tropical islands and luxuriant natures makes Sabah the ideal destination for eco-adventures. The state most famous icon is the majestic mount Kinabalu, reputed to be one of the highest in Southeast Asia. Another jewel is Sipadan, an internationally-famed dive destination
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Holiday In Sarawak
There is something utterly fascinating and mystical about Sarawak. This is the largest state in Malaysia, occupying the southernwestern ridge of Borneo
Its verdant jungles are strewn with massive natural formations, the world’s largest cave chambers as well as endemic flora and fauna. Sarawak’s greatest assets include its UNESCO World Heritage Site and numerous protected national parks. The vast number of hornbills found here has made Sarawak to be fondly known as ‘the Land of the Hornbills’
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Holiday In Labuan
Situatd at the north of Brunei Bay and facing the South China Sea is the Island of Labuan an international business and financial centre. It is also Malaysia’s only deep water anchorage
Labuan is one of Malaysia’s three federal territories. Covering an area of 92/sq/km. Labuan comprises the main island as well as six islets around it
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