Malaysia Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

Malaysia Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

Malaysia is situated just north of the Equator,
between Thailand and Singapore. Malaysia is a federation of 13 states, with
11 on the Malaysian Peninsula, and two on the island of Borneo. With a population of just over 27 million
people, a low cost of living, and a year-round tropical climate, Malaysia remains a favorite destination for
travelers the world over. Malaysia is a nation rich in diversities. One of the first places you’ll notice this
diversity is in the smiling faces of those waiting to
greet you. Malaysia is truly a racial melting pot, where
Malay, Indian, Chinese, and smaller ethnic groups live together in
respect for harmony. Malaysia’s diverse cultural heritage adds
spice and color to every aspect of life here, from religions and festivals, to culinary
traditions and architecture. The national language is Malay, but English
is widely spoken, making it a breeze for travelers to find their
way around and to get to know the locals. Malaysia is also a country of awe-inspiring
geographical diversity. Looking for unspoilt beaches, and clear tropical
waters? In Malaysia, some of the world’s most pristine
islands and marine habitats await you. Feel the need to rise above the mundane everyday
world? Come – let your spirits soar among island
hideaways and mist-shrouded mountains. Longing for a little adventure? Explore some of the Earth’s steamiest jungles,
wildest rivers, and longest cave systems. Malaysia is a land of natural diversity. As one of the 12 most biologically diverse
countries in the world, Malaysia is a treasure trove of amazing natural
richness and beauty. 70 percent of the country’s land area remains
forested, and the country is a world leader in conservation
and sustainable tourism programs. Malaysia is a place of diverse experiences. For active travelers there are endless ways
to enjoy the Malaysian outdoors. Tee off on some of the world’s most beautiful
golf courses, explore endless trekking trails, or kayak
up the river into valleys, forests, and jungles that most people will only ever experience
in nature magazines. Then there are those urban jungles to explore. In Malaysia the past and the future sit side
by side. Some of the new world’s most celebrated architectural
creations rise above proud historic districts that have
changed little for decades. Malaysians love to shop, and the country is
packed with modern plazas, quaint shop houses, and sprawling markets. From designer fashions and electronics to
exquisite tribal handicrafts and antiques, Malaysia is the place for bargain hunters. There are thousands of temples and places
of worship that dazzle the senses and soothe the soul, as well as health and beauty spas waiting
to rejuvenate the mind, body, and spirit. Malaysia is a land with a culture as diverse
as those who come to experience it, and those who come to visit often return, because no two visits to Malaysia are quite
the same.

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  1. Asalam U Alikum warahmutullah to who may it concerns Alhamdulilah I am a Muslim want to divert your attention towards a issue specially Malaysian government that a fellow called tan x citizen of Malaysia now living in England London he usually appear on videos of speakers Connor London abusing Malaysian government and Malaysian muslim and above all he constantly abuse our beloved prophet Muhammad peace be upon him and Quran he uses that language against Islam and quran that no muslim can resist he is taking full advantage of his liberty in England while his followers and hate peachears support him and call him prophet tan to abuse all muslims around the world specially Malaysian muslims for evidence you can watch all his videos on YouTube from start till today his new video shows that he wants world war 3 against muslims and he want to become Hitler against muslims as he abuse all Malaysian government and Malaysian muslims my request is to Malaysian government to take him on the task as he is living any where in the world deport him from England and take him to the court in Malaysia as he constantly abuse ours muslims ummah feelings as a hate speaker who's only want to finish muslims all around the world he is a Malaysian decident my request as muslim and human is that he has no right to abuse Islam, Quran and our beloved prophet kindly ask government of England to take drastic measures against him file a petition against him in court of law against hate preaching and using very abusive language against Islam or Quran or our beloved prophet Muhammad peace be upon him I know we are weak but not that much that we sit and hear them destroy our reilgion please take him to the task don't leave him as a England law allows him to use vulgar language against our prophet as freedom of speech as muslim don't our iman allow us to take this fellow to court of law and get him arrested and as he constantly abuse Malaysian government and muslims and all muslims around the world he should know muslims are not so weak that anyone can step on us and as enjoyment they have right to abuse our prophet Muhammad peace be upon him and our reilgion please don't leave him deport him from England to Malaysia take him to task and show him muslims are not weak and he have no right to abuse them or provoke people of England to hate Islam our beloved prophet Muhammad peace be upon him and Malaysian government and Malaysian muslims please take him to task watch his all videos from start till end to understand him and his actions against Malaysian government, Malaysian muslims and Islam.

  2. Malaysia have stopped issuing eNTRI visa for a time being from 1st Jan 2019 , for Indian passport holders, All Indians need to take 30 days Malaysia Evisa.

  3. Excellent video. I also travelled Malaysia last month. I am sharing my experience: ; thanks @Expedia

  4. شركة اريج العالم ارسلت مئات الآف من العملاء الى ماليزيا وجميعهم اعجبو بهذه الدولة

  5. one of the best places our customers traveled!

  6. I've been to Malaysia twice. It is an amazing country with nice people. I prefer Malaysia to Thailand any day. KL is an awesome city to see, plus Langkawi is a beautiful island, Penang is OK, Malacca was good and Perhentians Islands was awesome

  7. I am going to malaysia !
    on september by school tour . i am going am so lucky ??!… One time you all will visit it !…….

  8. Heres a Sea villa in Pagkor Laut, an island off Malaysia. Taken in 4k On a GoPro

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