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Malaysia Truly Asia

Malaysia is a country of striking natural beauty situated in Southeast Asia, with some of the most superb beaches, mountains and national parks in the world. It consists of thirteen states that are divided into two geographical regions that are separated by the South China Sea.

Malaysia has a multi-ethnic and multi-cultural society and is one of the most pleasant, hassle-free countries to visit in Southeast Asia. Contemporary Malaysian society is mainly dominated by the Malay (local) people, but there is a substantial Chinese, Indian and European minority. The official religion is Islam.

Its year round sunshine ensures Malaysia's growing tourism and it is fast becoming one of the most popular travel destinations in the world. While it does get torrential seasonal rain, this should not turn you off this paradise. Its rainfall is very seasonal and typical of any equatorial climate.

Malaysia has many spectacular buildings, magnificent temples and mosques, stunning skyscrapers and uniquely designed structures. It has a wide variety of breath taking attractions and it is a bit difficult to determine where you should go first and which destination should go last. I hope the list of some of Malaysia's most popular destinations below would help you with your itinerary decision.

Petronas Twin Towers
This tourist attraction is probably the most famous among all of Malaysia's landmarks. It is one of the tallest buildings in the whole world. There is no need to be nervous and not try the Sky Bridge because this experience would give you the best ever views you could get while in the city.

Batu Caves
Every year, thousands and thousands of local and foreign visitors come to the Batu Caves. This attraction is most popular during the time of the Thaipusam festival. Hindus would gather here and make offerings and vows to the gods.

Taman Negara National Park

This park is believed to contain the world's oldest jungle. It is about 450 square kilometers in area, filled with the lush and green beauty of Malaysia's untouched tropical rainforest. Tourists could go on a trek or stay there for a few nights if they want to.

  Mount Kinabalu
This majestic mountain is a favorite of many mountain climbers. It is more than 4,000 meters high and it has become a goal of many hikers and climbers to reach this mountain's summit. It would really be a great life achievement to be able to climb up this magnificent mountain.

Spending a few days in Malaysia should not be dull if you just know where to go. Check out all of those tourist attractions and turn your trip into something memorable


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