Welcome to Tourist Attractions in Malaysia site. Malaysia is a popular holiday spot for relaxation and leisure that invite travelers to experience the country’s exotic culture, richness in landscape, wildlife, beaches, and at the same time enjoy its modern, cosmopolitan city life.
The hidden gem of Malaysia - Courtesy by Tourism Malaysia Kuala Lumpur
Tourists who travel to Malaysia will be welcomed with great hospitality by the friendly Malaysian natives, getting a sense of the country’s unique multi-racial diversity and warmth.
Malaysia Beaches and Marine Life
Malaysia has numerous beautiful beaches at its coastline and islands with rich marine life and emerald-clear waters. Popular tourism spots for white sand beaches include Penang Island, Langkawi Island, Redang Island, Perhentian Island, Layang-Layang Island, Mabul & Kapalai Island, Tioman Island and Tunku Abdul Rahman Park.
Tunku Abdul Rahman Park - Courtesy by Tourism Malaysia, Kuala LumpurTourist Attractions in Malaysia on Metropolitan City and the World's Tallest Twin Tower
Kuala Lumpur, the bustling Malaysia capital city has been the attraction for many travellers and even expatriates living in Malaysia. At the heart of the city, rises the astounding 101 storey skyscraper of Petronas Towers, the world’s tallest Twin Tower and the most attractive centre for shopping in Malaysia.
Petrons Twin Towers and Monorail - Courtesy by Tourism Malaysia Kuala LumpurMalaysia Rich Landscape of Rainforests and Greeneries
The geography of Malaysia is rich with natural greeneries. Malaysia villages and unique ecosystem of tropical rainforest National Parks are wonderfully breathtaking. Not to be missed are Malaysia mountain peaks such as the Gunung Kinabalu in Sabah (the highest mountain in South East Asia), and also intriguing historical caves such as Niah Cave and Mulu Caves in Sarawak.
Canopy Walk, National Park - Courtesy by Tourism Malaysia Kuala Lumpur
Climbers, Mount Kinabalu - Courtesy by Tourism Malaysia Kuala LumpurMalaysia Ranked Top 10 Most Visited Tourist Destinations
Malaysia is the traveller’s haven. Lonely Planet, the popular travel guide, has ranked Malaysia among the top 10 destinations for year 2014. Tourism Malaysia, the local tourism industry supported by the Government of Malaysia, has grown by leaps and bounds with its focus on promoting Malaysia at the domestic and international levels. Besides being a popular holiday spot, Malaysia is also the country of choice for business, education, jobs, medical treatments and many more.
Independence Square Kuala Lumpur - Courtesy by Tourism MalaysiaCuti-Cuti Malaysia (Malay for ‘Holiday-Holiday Malaysia’)
Come travel to Malaysia! Malaysia’s campaign “Cuti-Cuti Malaysia” is organized by Malaysia tourism, the agency under the Ministry of Tourism Malaysia. The campaign is very much successful and indeed truly lives up to its tag line of “Malaysia Truly Asia”. Malaysia can cater to visitors of every kind, making it enjoyable and safe for tourists to travel within the country. There are variety of Malaysia attractions for sightseeing, nightlife, and local food and drinks to savor.
Bintang Walk, Bukit Bintang the social district - Courtesy by Tourism Malaysia Kuala Lumpur
The Malaysia population size of 29 million (by end of 2012), consists of many ethnic groups, including the Malays, Chinese and Indians that contribute to the unique Malaysia culture. Malaysia vacations are always popular among tourist, as its calendar remains exciting throughout the year, which allows tourists to experience the history of Malaysia, the Malaysia art and it’s cultural diversity. The exciting festivals and events in Malaysia are one of the main reasons for its prosperous tourism.
Culture dance among the tourist attractions in Malaysia - Courtesy by Tourism MalaysiaMalaysia Weather
For the safety and comfort of tourists that travel to Malaysia, here is the State Weather Forecast for Major Towns/Tourist Destinations issued by Malaysian Meteorological Department Official Portal to check on the Malaysia climate.Malaysia States and Federal Territories
Malaysia consists of thirteen states and three Federal Territories, with a total landmass of 329,845 square kilometres (127,354 sq mi). The Federal Territories are Wilayah Persekutuan Kuala Lumpur (the capital city of Malayssia), Labuan and Putrajaya. The flag of Malaysia, also known as the Jalur Gemilang (Malay for "Stripes of Glory") consists of 14 stripes, alternating white and red, that represents the unity between states and its federal government.
The States in Malaysia that devote to tourist attractions are Selangor, Perak, Penang, Kedah, Perlis, Negeri Sembilan, Malacca, Johor, Pahang, Terengganu, Kelantan, Sabah and Sarawak.Malaysia Border
Malaysia’s bordering countries are Thailand, Indonesia, Singapore, and Brunei and the country is separated by the South China Sea into two regions, Peninsular Malaysia and East Malaysia. Peninsular Malaysia shares a land border with Thailand and is connected to the island state of Singapore by a causeway and a bridge, the Malaysia-Singapore Second Link. The eastern part of Malaysia, shares borders with Brunei and Indonesia.Travel to Malaysia
Air: Malaysia has a total of 62 airports, servicing local and international flights that connect the country to all major cities of the world. There are 8 international airports, primarily the The Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA), which is the biggest and busiest airport in Malaysia. KLIA is managed by Malaysia Airport Holding.
Kuala Lumpur International Airport Terminal - Courtesy by Tourism Malaysia, Kuala Lumpur
Sea: There are several ferry services that operate between various islands in Malaysia. The ferries also connect to East of Malaysia, Sarawak and neighboring countries to East Kalimantan, Mindanao, Sumatra, southern Thailand and Phuket.
Land: Entering to Malaysia is possible from southern Thailand, Singapore, Brunei and Kalimantan. There is also the option to get to Malaysia by train as there are links with Thailand and Singapore. There are several bus companies that operate on long distance routes.Malaysia Food
Malaysia offers various range of dining options. The multi-ethnic heritage of Malaysia is one of the main reasons for its wide range of dining options. Malaysia food is a unique variety of Malay, Chinese, Indian, Eurasian and Thai cooking. You would be able to enjoy great selection of eating experience in Malaysia, from eastern to western cuisines. But traditional cuisine of Malaysia is immensely popular among visitors.
There are great numbers of eating stalls all across the country offering lip-smacking local delicacies. If you are thinking about what to eat in Malaysia, Satay may be one of your choices. Satay is an immensely popular delicacy of local the Malaysia people. It comprises of sliced barbecued and seasoned meat, either chicken, lamb or beef, that is grilled on a skewer and served with spicy peanut sauce. Rice cubes and salad are also served along with it.
Traditional Malaysian Food Satay - Courtesy by Tourism Malaysia, KLHotels in Malaysia
Hotels in Malaysia - Courtesy by Tourism Malaysia, KL
Three star hotels in Kuala Lumpur: Allson Genesis Hotel Kuala Lumpur, Ancasa Hotel Kuala Lumpur, Capitol Hotel Kuala Lumpur, City Villa Kuala Lumpur, Concorde Inn Kuala Lumpur International Airport, Nova Hotel Kuala Lumpur, Quality Hotel City Centre Kuala Lumpur, Radius International Hotel Kuala Lumpur, Swiss Inn Kuala Lumpur etc.
Budget hotels in Kuala Lumpur: A few popular budget hotels are Allson Genesis Hotel, Bestotel, Comfort Inn Sdn Bhd, Crown Princess Kuala Lumpur, Florida Hotel, Garden City Hotel, Hotel China Town Inn, Hotel Chinatown 2, Swiss Inn Kuala Lumpur, The Heritage Station Hotel etc. Thus, easily available Malaysian accommodation would make your vacations more enjoyable!
For more information about accommodations, please visit Hotels in Malaysia page.Malaysia Map
Please buy a good printed Malaysia map that will allocate you to numerous tourist attractions in Malaysia or please visit Malaysia Maps page.Malaysian Flag
The flag of Malaysia, also known as the Jalur Gemilang (Malay for "Stripes of Glory") consists of 14 stripes, alternating white and red. The 14 points star represent the unity between the states, while the crescent represents Islam, the country's official religion. The yellow of the star and crescent is the royal colour of the Malay rulers, while the he blue canton symbolizes the unity of the Malaysia people.
Table of Contents
Malaysia Blog my mini-journal about Tourist Attractions in Malaysia.
Malaysia facts the important information about tourist attractions in Malaysia spot.
Malaysia map to reach the tourist attractions in Malaysia popular hot spot
Malaysia tourism the Absolute Variety of Tourist Attractions in Malaysia
Travel to Malaysia to see the popular tourist attractions in Malaysia
Malaysia Tours offer the beautiful tourist attractions in Malaysia
Hotel in Malaysia the world class hotel to stay at your popular holiday spot.
Malaysia food the popular tourist attractions in Malaysia food recipes
Jobs Malaysia the opportunities to explore popular tourist attractions spot in Malaysia
Malaysia National Park the popular natural tourist attractions in Malaysia