Malaysia is a ascinating holiday destinationoering something or everyone to enjoy. Thereare three distinct destinations in the country-Peninsular Malaysia and the states o Sabahand Sarawak in East Malaysia. Visitors are otensurprised to discover how developed the countryis, yet rich and varied in cultural tradition. The country’s main gateway is the Kuala LumpurInternational Airport (KLIA). Other majorinternational airports are Langkawi, Penang, JohorBahru, Kota Kinabalu and Kuching.Kuala Lumpur or KL is a modern cosmopolitancity boasting the world’s tallest twin towerstowering at a height o 452m. Its architecture isrepresentative o the country’s dominant cultures-the Malay, Chinese and Indian. Combined withthe colonial legacy o the British and Moorishinuences, KL has one o Asia’s most dynamiccityscapes.Malaysia’s long coastline and many coral-ringedislands, with the Straits o Malacca to the westand the South China Sea to the east, give riseto a large number o abulous beaches. Islandslike Langkawi, Tioman and Pangkor are world-renowned resort destinations. Penang is anotherisland amous or its history, relaxing beachesand cultural mix. Further south, Melaka is knownor its history, museums and the unique Baba-Nyonya community. The charming east coast o the peninsula with its laid back liestyle, is thecountry’s cultural heartland. The states o Sabah and Sarawak await naturelovers and adventurers. Discover the proliicmarine lie and dense rainorest while exploringthe underwater world and wilderness o Borneo.Malaysia has many exciting places o interest andduring a holiday o just two weeks, visitors will geta mere glimpse. One thing’s or certain; everyonewants to return to discover more o Malaysia.
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