Welcome To Malaysia
Malaysia - the city of mountains truly lives its name. This garden city in the south-east Asia is divided into two parts- Peninsular Malaysia (East Malaysia) and Malaysian Borneo (West Malaysia) by South China-sea. While Peninsular Malaysia shares its borders with Thailand and Singapore, Malaysian Borneo shares it with Indonesia.
Capital of the city – Kualalumpur
Currency - Ringgit 1 MYR= 17 INR (approx)
Climate - This destination has tropical climate and the temperature is moderate because of the oceans around, with high degree of humidity as we have observed in other islands.
Fascinations - Malaysia has been popular for its exquisite infrastructure and has highly been applauded for Samad Abdul Building and Petronas Twin Towers, other places which are equally appreciated are batu caves, sunway lagoon theme park, amazing cruises to rejuvenate the travellers. And there is even more, this city will not leave you for just what they have made but it is also blessed with nature’s gift in abundance in form of many islands and mountain ranges, building up their major attractions base.
Albeit, Malaysia holds 20 cities and towns in its arms but from the tourism perspective it has largely seen uplifts mainly in Langkawi and Genting, which are a must visit.
Genting - The resort world genting is located in the hills of Malaysia and is accessible by a 1 hour road drive from the main city or by cable car; Genting Skyway. The place is heartily accepted on the tourist map because of its divine beauty which is very well embraced by the most luxurious resorts and amenities, Genting theme park, Genting snow world, and a casino.
Langkawi - The island which is in the north of Malaysia is the most visited island to allure the beach life, the major attractions here are its wonderful resorts, water sports, mangrove forests, beaches with white sands and one island with black sands in its portfolio. Langkawi is accessible from the city by air, by ferry which is operated from Penang, Kuala Kedah, Kuala Perlis, Penang and Satun in Thailand or by land transport which usually takes a couple of hours.
Singapore and Malaysia is usually taken as a package together as they offer a great variety to pick and choose your favourites among the lot.