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Malaysia Travel Guide
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'Diversity and beauty in the southern seas'

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An introduction to Malaysia

Malaysia is 1 of the fast growing country of South East Asian tourism. A country that looks to the future while sustaining the ways of the past. Its centuries of trade have caused a vibrant melting pot of Malay, Chinese, Indian and indigenous tribal cultures, creating a various land of people, traditions and religions. The wonderful setting is a combination of dense forest, soaring peaks and lush tropical plantations that contains a number of flora and fauna. Its wide selection of tropical island resorts with plenty of white, sandy beaches provide a great paradise, while beneath the warm turquoise waters, world class dive sites await to be explored.

Kuala Lumpur, the capital is a city of skyscrapers, contrasting with historic Malacca, the ancient heart of the Malay culture. Colonial hill resorts provide refuge from summer heat, while exotic Penang island offers a mix of traditional culture and fun. More delights await on the dazzling Langkawi islands and with the unique local cultures of Sabah and Sarawak, Malaysia’s provinces on Borneo.

Excellent landscape, year-round sunshine and a peaceful surrounding ensure Malaysia’s growing reputation as a first-class beach destination. Recent promotions as a shopping paradise and eco-tourism centre will draw many more visitors to discover the diversity of this beautiful country.
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