Malaysia

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Malaysia is a country in southeast Asia, covering the Malacca peninsula and the Kalimantan Islands.

It is famous for its beaches, tropical forests and its original culture, influenced by the Malay, Chinese, Indian and European traditions. The capital of Kuala Lumpur is famous for its skyscrapers, including the Bukit Bintang vibrant shopping area and the 451-meter-high Petronas Twin Towers.

Malaysia is a country in southeast Asia, covering the Malacca peninsula and the Kalimantan Islands.

It is famous for its beaches, tropical forests and its original culture, influenced by the Malay, Chinese, Indian and European traditions. The capital of Kuala Lumpur is famous for its skyscrapers, including the Bukit Bintang vibrant shopping area and the 451-meter-high Petronas Twin Towers.

Climate and weather

Malaysia is located near the equator, so the average annual temperature in the country is +27 ° C, regardless of the time of year. The warmest weather here is from November to January, but it is accompanied by "cool" +26 ° C. It is colder in the mountains: near Kinabalu, the highest point in the country, the thermometer can drop to +10 ° C. In Malaysia, summer temperatures reach +33 ° C.

Nature

The territory of the Malacca peninsula is mostly flat. The highest point is Mount Gunung-Tahan (2187 m). East Malaysia is complemented by mountain views: the provinces of Sarawak and Sabah are the highest point in the country - separated by the Kinabalu peak (4095 m) and the Croker range. The mountains stretch along the whole border with Indonesia Malaysia is completely small but full of year-round rivers. The largest is the Rajang River (760 km).Here in the Kalimantan Forests you can see about 20% of all the animals in the world and see the raffles of the world's largest flower, sometimes up to 1m in diameter.


Places of interest

Malaysia is a paradise for lovers of ethnological and historical excursions, as the corners of the pristine tropical nature intersect with mosques, Buddhist, Hindu, Christian churches and even ancient temples and places of worship, including the Serpent Temple.
Located in Taman Negara National Park, which is 436 hectares, it is one of the largest and most popular tourist parks and reserves. Those who want to enjoy the perfection of the water element should definitely visit Lankawi Island, which is home to seven beautiful lakes, the Telaga Tujuh Falls.
By the way, the whole island can be called a great attraction, because it is enriched in unprecedented amounts of unique natural complexes. Penang Island will give the traveler an unforgettable impression with the Temple of Snakes, the Bird Park, the Orchid Gardens, and the Butterfly Park.

 

Nutrition

Gastronomic traditions of Chinese, Indian, Thai, Javanese, Sumatran cultures are the basis of Malay cuisine. The rice here is called "nashi" and all other products are called "lauk", which means "rice supplement". Malaysia rice is cooked with a variety of sauces (from spices to sweets) made with Indian ceviche milk, along with beef, fish and seafood. Only very often noodles can compete with rice.
Southeast Asia has its own unique nut and cheese flavor. Malaysia's favorite drinks are tea and coffee used here. Local beer is widely used in Malaysia.

 

Entertainment and recreation

At night with an endless stream of joy and fun, boiling in Kuala Lumpur, many bars and discos meet after midnight or longer after dark.There are two types of nightclubs: China and Europe. The first one will give the guests a pleasant evening, a friendly, relaxing atmosphere, the second a quiet dinner and some dancing. Gambling tourists can visit the casino. Just an hour's drive from the capital and the instinct of the game is pleasing and at any time of the day. Hotels in Malaysia and the cost of living in them are slightly different in different parts of the country. The most popular resorts - Lankgawi, Penang, Kuala Lumpur, Borneo - are comprised of 3, 4, 5 star hotels. But for those who love the outdoors, Malaysia is a real paradise. This applies primarily to skiers and surfers. The most interesting places for diving are Sipadan and Mabul Islands, 15-20 minutes from each other. It is known for its vertical coral walls, and the island itself is at the top of a cliff rising to a depth of 600-700 meters. Other diving resorts include Tioman, Redang, Layang Islands. 


A visa is not required. Price starts from 550azn for 2 persons. Tickets do not include airfare! 

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