Malaysia tourist experience – Top 5 The famous attractions of Malaysia do not missed

The territory of Malaysia consists of two parts: West Malaysia and East Malaysia. West Malaysia is a beautiful peninsula, on the East by the South China Sea, surrounded by the Strait of Malacca, northern neighbors with Thailand and Singapore located just to the South. West Malaysia and East Malaysia occupies an area of about 329, 758Km2 and approximately 40 miles of the sea.            
East Malaysia consists of two large States, Sabah and Sarawak, is located immediately north of the island of Borneo. West Malaysia consists of 11 States and two federal land areas, all of which have characteristic traits attract the attention of visitors. 


Culture and cuisine        
Malaysia is where much of the cuisine and culture, racial diversity has brought to this country as an attractive and diverse cuisine. You can easily enjoy the dishes in Malaysia, China, India with affordable price in the many restaurants and shops normally or western dishes at fast-food outlets are relatively common here. In addition, there are special dishes such as Thai or Middle Eastern dishes. Malaysia really famous as a “heaven of Asia”.           
And culture, country Malaysia as a colour party of diversity. The various peoples expresses the characteristics of his own tradition through festivals, music, dances and cultural identity. Though Bahasa Melayu is the national language, the others also occasionally use their own language. English is the second language in Malaysia, are widely used in the higher education centre, school, in higher education or in everyday commercial transactions.


Multicultural society        
Known by the name “miniature Asia”, Malaysia is a multi ethnic country with a population of more than 24 million people include Malaysians, Chinese, Indians and other peoples living fit together. Many people from other countries have chosen Malaysia to study, work and business. Bahasa Melayu is the national language but English, Mandarin and Tamil are widely used. Islam is the State religion of Malaysia but the Constitution admit the freedom of worship of cult and religion for all peoples.

Economics and education
Malaysia still is one of the exporters of palm oil, natural rubber, production of natural gas, timber, grain and cocoa in the world. Malaysia is the leading exporter of processed products such as semiconductors, audiovisual products, electric appliances, products from rubber and oleo chemicals. At the same time is one of the producers of palm oil, natural rubber, cocoa, pepper and natural station, the largest in the world. Education is also a growing industry here. Malaysia is known as a location ideal for learning. The Malaysian education industry brings many diverse academic programs as well as the professional skills course in high quality with reasonable costs. Besides, while the renowned universities from the UK and Australia tend to establish branches here, then the universities from the US, Canada, Australia, France, Germany, and New Zealand also partnered with universities in the country offer matching programs. 

The famous attractions of Malaysia.
1. Gunung Mulu National Park


                           


Famous for the impressive limestone mountains and exotic cave system, Gunung Mulu National Park is one of the inspiring natural landscapes for the South East Asian region. Located in Malaysian Borneo in Sarawak State, this National Park is home to a large and long cave system in the world. Includes the world’s largest caves Sarawak Chamber, is estimated to have a capacity of 40 Boeing 747 aircraft.
2. Langkawi is an archipelago of 99 Islands included in the picturesque in the Andaman Sea. Langkawi is surrounded with long, white beaches, the dense forest cover, mangrove forests along the summits.
3. Kuala Lumpur



The locals call this city is KL. Kuala Lumpur is an exciting city, this place is not only famous for having a culture of diversity, but also by the impressive skyscrapers, the bustling shopping areas, dining and a vibrant night life.
4. Cameron Highlands
Cameron Highlands is one of the most extensive mountainous region of Malaysia, and is a tourist destination there have long life. Cameron is famous for the trails will lead you through the moment the vast forests, to the waterfalls and tranquil destinations. In addition the tea plantation and strawberry farms, flowers of many colors, a place extremely suitable to you hiking and participate in outdoor recreation activities.
5. Kota Bharu 
Kota Bharu brings out her beauty unique charm. Located in Peninsular Malaysia, near the Thai border, Kota Bharu is a city very suitable to walk, ride the bus or taxi to explore. An ideal place for shopping and immerse yourself in delicious dishes.

Room service         
The system of communication and transportation in Malaysia are connected everywhere in the country and the world. Medical services, banking, telecommunications (fixed-line, mobile and Internet) and other convenient mail services are everywhere in the province and the city. In addition, the police station, s easy to find in the crowded area and also has a private force always support tourists. The rate of serious crime in Malaysia are very low. Therefore, Malaysia is a safe destination, ideal for travelers.      The transaction paid by ringgit and sen, but credit cards are still accepted in most shops and travel cheques was in many commercial banks, hotels and money changers.            
Thanks to the application of information technology in the service sector in the country has helped Malaysia has the ability to provide various types of services effectively and quickly.

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