The beautiful country of Malaysia that lies in the Southeast Asia occupying the Malay Peninsula and the island of Borneo is world renowned for its beautiful and pristine beaches, lush forests, and its wonderful and friendly locals. A cultural mix that comprises of Malays, Chinese, Indians and European influences that is evidently seen through their local dishes, lifestyle, architecture, beliefs, beautiful history and lot more. Kuala Lumpur, the country’s capital city is more than to its modernity. It’s also the place to see colonial buildings, experience fabulous shopping centers and admire skyscrapers especially the famous 451m-tall Petronas Twin Towers. A chance to taste the finest beverages of the country and having the best of Malaysian cuisine and the opportunity to mingle with the friendly and lovely locals. You will safe as you experience the wonderful festivals. Furthermore, a chance to experience world class resort that will make you go out of your comfort zone and experience life to its fullest!
1. The Must-See Iconic Twin TowersSeeing the Iconic Twin Towers of Malaysia will definitely complete your Malaysian Tour. It’s the most popular twin tower in the whole world. Many travelers from around the world makes it a point to visit the iconic twin tower to see the beauty and answer each questions why it’s indeed one of the must-see places in Southeast Asia. Inside, you will spot many restaurants that offers excellent Malaysian Dishes and Treats. There’s also an underwater aquarium and science center for everyone to enjoy with the whole family. You might want to go around and see shopping centers for more of the luxurious brands you may want to purchase for its quality. Apart from these activities, you may want to jog and walk along the park and enjoy the warm and breezy atmosphere, where children can play and admire the beautiful mountain.
2. Malaysian Beverages at Its FinestThere would be absolutely no compromises at all when you’ve see and taste it for yourself the Tea Tarik of Malaysia. It’s a beverage that is mostly popular in the Southeast Asia because of its availability in all restaurants, outdoor stalls and everywhere. You can also try the Kopi Tiam, where its name is derived from the process of pulling the coffee during the preparation. It is made from black tea and blended with condensed milk. It’s delicious and surprisingly a good beverage while going around the country. You can also pair it with some of the famous Malaysian dishes like the uniquely cooked Nasi Lemak. Surely, it will give you satisfaction of delicious and must-taste dishes of the country.
3. Malaysian Language The official language of Malaysian is Malay, which comes from the Malay Ethnic Group comprising of the Malays, Chinese and Indians. With the countries growing community and connections internationally, it is no wonder that English is one of the main language used in universities and business transactions. The locals interact in the streets using Bazaar Malay, English and the local dialects like Malay or Chinese. Travelers from around the world will easily be at ease and they can ask easily ask for help from the friendly Malaysians without worrying about language barriers. They are friendly and will welcome you warmly as you visit their wonderful country.
4. Peace EverywhereVisiting a place that is peaceful is one of the things that travelers consider when planning for a trip. According to the Global Peace Index of 2019, Malaysia is ranked as the 16th most peaceful country in the whole world. This makes it more enticing for investors as well as local and foreign visitors to travel and explore Malaysia at its fullest. You can travel with ease while going to the top attractions of Malaysia without worrying too much. The country boasts its friendly locals and its peaceful neighbors travelers can rely to when they’re in need. Certainly, being in a place that is peaceful will give you the best holiday.
5. Lively FestivalsThere are a lot of colorful festivals to see all year through in Malaysia. With all of the lively festivals to experience and to see, the Thaipusam Festival, which is known for its importance to the cultural tradition and history of the country. The festival is celebrated to remember the achievement of Lord Maruga. He fought and won over the battle against the evil spirit of Soorapadam. The famous festival is celebrated at the Batu Caves Shrine in Kuala Lumpur during the full moon day from January to February. The procession of Lord Maruga sitted in a silver chair accompanying the chants of the locals or the devotees is one of the highlights of the event.
6. Fabulous Resorts Malaysia offers the best places in the Southeast Asia with its popular resort destinations. Travelers will surely enjoy a variety of fun activities that range from visiting theme parks, having the best night time at bars, eating at top rated Malaysian restaurants, having the best beach life and enjoying the wonders and uniqueness of the country. There’s a lot to see and do. Pristine beaches that awaits you and superb accommodation that offers an excellent treat for you and your family.