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Malaysia has something to offer every discerning traveller
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Stretching from Indonesia to the Philippines, Malaysia boasts a rich cultural heritage to explore, with regular festivals, exotic cuisine and traditional architecture. Its natural beauty also rivals anywhere on earth, including stunning beaches and some of the world’s oldest tropical rainforest. From trekking, sun-bathing, wildlife watching, to just having fun on the beach with the family - Malaysia has something for everyone. At a staggering 451m, The Petronas Twin Towers in Kuala Lumpur are the tallest skyscrapers in the world - don’t miss the sky bridge that connects the towers for an unforgettable experience of lofty heights. After the buzz of the city, head to the Cameron Highlands hill station to relax and sip tea among the rolling green hills of tea plantations.
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Malaysia Key Facts
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The most commonly spoken languages are Malay and indigenous languages.
Malaysia is linked by bridge to Singapore.
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Frequently Asked Questions
When to go to Malaysia?
Malaysia is a great holiday destination all year round, and the average temperature tends to hover at around 30°C. The major holiday season is December to February, when the weather is at its best. A beach holiday can be enjoyed all year round in Malaysia though, as the east and west coasts experience their wettest months at alternate times of the year; the wet season on the west peninsula lasts from April to October, while on the east coast it runs from November to February.
Where to stay in Malaysia?
For some excellent family hotels, visit Kuala Lumpur. Malaysia’s capital features plenty of attractions to appeal to children and teens, including huge shopping malls with games arcades and exciting theme parks. There are also restaurants catering for all ages and tastes, many of which have large play areas and toys to please the kids.Couples might want to stay in a hotel in Penang. You can see the foreign influence on Malaysia at sites such as the ornate Kapitan Keling Mosque or the Chinese clan house Khoo Longsi. There’s also a great beach resort, Batu Ferringhi, which features a nightly market.Find hotels in Melaka, the birthplace of the Malay civilisation, for a real sense of Malaysia’s history and culture. Jonker Street in Chinatown has picturesque antique shops, and you can marvel at the intricate designs of the nearby 17th-century Cheng Hoon Teng Temple. Ride the funicular to the top of Penang Hill for stunning views of the flower gardens.Nature lovers will want to stay in a hotel in Sabah. You can climb the highest peak in Malaysia, Mount Kinabalu, while at the many parks and reserves you can see endangered primates, elephants and rhinos. Head to the Tunku Abdul Rahman marine park for the fantastic reef-lined beaches.Hotels in Langawi are the place to go for some of the best scenery Malaysia has to offer. Surrounded by towering cliffs, the beaches on the scores of islets that make up Langawi are the perfect place for relaxation.
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