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MALAYSIA

Malaysia which has Kuala Lumpur as its capital city and Putra Jaya as the center of the federal government, this country borders Thailand, Singapore, Brunei and Indonesia. Easy access from Indonesia to Malaysia makes Malaysia a fairly popular overseas tourist destination, a trip that is often combined with Singapore because it is very close and very possible by passing through Johor Barhu and Malacca, being a very extraordinary attraction. Awana SkyWay, Genting Highlands, Batu Caves, Twin Towers, Dataran Mardeka, PutraJaya Area, make tours that must be visited when visiting Malaysia.

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Kuala Lumpur + Genting + PurtaJaya | Kuala Lumpur + Malaka | Kuala Lumpur + Malaka + Johor Bahru

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    Malaysia which has Kuala Lumpur as its capital city and Putra Jaya as the center of the federal government, this country borders Thailand, Singapore, Brunei and Indonesia.

    Easy access from Indonesia to Malaysia makes Malaysia a fairly popular overseas tourist destination, a trip that is often combined with Singapore because it is very close and very possible by passing through Johor Barhu and Malacca, being a very extraordinary attraction.

    Awana SkyWay, Genting Highlands, Batu Caves, Twin Towers, Dataran Mardeka, PutraJaya Area, make tours that must be visited when visiting Malaysia.

    Every month 7summits has a Singapore-Malaysia Series Tour package, by exploring the two countries, and inviting tourists to leasure in various famous places in both countries including Malaysia. 

    Petronas Twin Towers, it is incomplete if you visit Malaysia but do not have time to set foot in the tower which is the icon of the Malaysian country, can be used as a tourist destination when you want to visit a country with many amazing destinations.

    The temperature in Malaysia varies greatly throughout the year depending on the season and geographical location. Malaysia has a tropical climate with an average temperature between 25°C - 35°C throughout the year. Temperatures can vary in different parts of Malaysia, such as:

  • Lowlands (Kuala Lumpur) temperatures range from 27°C - 32°C.
  • The mountainous highlands (Cameron Highlands) are cooler with temperatures ranging from 18°C - 25°C
  • The rainy season in Malaysia occurs between November-February
  • The dry season occurs between June-August 

    These seasons can affect the overall temperature and weather in different parts of Malaysia.

    Malaysia has a wide variety of accommodation options for travelers, ranging from hotels to simple cultural inns. Here are some of the different types of accommodation options available in Malaysia:

  • Hotels: Malaysia has a variety of hotels, ranging from luxury to low budget. Hotels in Malaysia range from 1-5 stars.
  • Beach Resorts: Malaysia has beautiful beaches and provides a wide range of exclusive resorts in beach destinations.
  • Homestay: For a closer experience to Malaysian culture, stay in a local or traditional house to experience their daily life. These homestays are located in inland areas
  • Villas and Houses for Rent: For those who need a larger capacity and want to feel more intimate, you can rent a villa or house.
  • Hostels: This accommodation can be an alternative if you need budget accommodation, Hostels are also available in big cities.
  • Apartments: In some of the major cities in Malaysia it is also possible to rent an apartment for a temporary stay as it provides more space and facilities.

    Malaysia has a wide variety of local transportation such as :

  • Train: A popular transportation in Malaysia, you can use Keretapi Tanah Melayu (KTM) or Keretapi Tanah Melayu Berhad (KTMB) for long-distance inter-city travel.
  • Bus: The most common form of transportation in Malaysia for travel, connecting major cities across Malaysia. 
  • Taxi: If using Taxi make sure to use an authorized taxi with a meter or agree on the fare before the trip
  • Light Rail (LRT) and Monorail: For the convenience of traveling across different areas within Malaysian cities 
  • Private Vehicles: Using public transport to get around Malaysia requires having a valid International Driver's License and understanding the local traffic rules.

    Culture in Malaysia is reflected in various aspects of daily life, here are some cultural elements that characterize Malaysia:

  • Ethnic Prosperity: the ethnic diversity known in Malaysia includes Malays, Chinese, Indians, etc. Each ethnic group carries their own unique traditions, language and culture
  • Language: Malay is the official language of Malaysia but English is also commonly spoken especially in business and education. Other languages such as Mandarin, Tamil and various tribal languages are also spoken by the corresponding ethnicities
  • Food: Malaysia is famous for its delicious and diverse cuisine, notable foods such as nasi lemak, rendang and satay
  • Traditional Dress: Baju Kurung for women and Baju Melayu for men

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