A country where peace, harmony and unity between different races such as Malays, Indians, Chinese and other ethnic groups collide. A paradise where hundreds of colorful festivals are celebrated. With Kuala Lumpur, as its capital, you can discover and experience the towering skyscrapers. You may also experience relaxation and calmness on its mountains, island and beaches and rain forests.
Major cities such as Kuala Lumpur which is the capital and largest city of Malaysia where you can find the Petronas Twin Towers and the Golden Triangle is one of the major attractions in Malaysia. Other cities such as George Town, which is one of two cultural heritage sites in Malaysia, Johor Bahru, Kota Kinabalu, Melaka and Putrajaya are also a must see cities in the country. Malaysia also has several tropical islands, some of which have been voted the most beautiful in the world such as Langkawi, Penang Island, Pangkor, and Labuan.
Events & Festivals
Various festivals and events are significant characteristics of Malaysian culture. Even though some are religious and solemn festivals, it is also filled with colorful, joyous, vibrant and exciting activities. Some of the major festivals are Thaipusam, Chinese New Year, Malaysia Water Festival, Tadau Ka'amatan, Vesak, Colours of Malaysia, Gawai, Food and Fruits festival, National Day, Lantern and Mooncake Festival, Deepavali, Hari Raya Aidilfitri.
Culture & Heritage
Malays, Chinese, Indians and many other ethnic groups have lived together in Malaysia for generations. To understand their culture, you must first get to know its people. From its people to its architecture reflect Malaysia's colourful heritage and amalgamanted culture.
Tours & Walks
Having your own tours and walks in the country of Malaysia, there are many places where you can enjoy lots of things. Have a tour around China Town, Central Market, Railway Station and Administration Building, Sultan Abdul Samad Building, Petrinas Twin Towers, and Bukit Bintang to complete your tour itinerary.
The national or official language is Malay which is the mother tongue of the majority Malay ethnic group. The largest native languages spoken in East Malaysia are the Iban, Dusunic, and the Kadazan languages.