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A tropical climate with stunning countryside and some great beaches, Malaysia offers a gastronomical feast of food, culture and activities. Check out our top 5* resorts below
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Malaysia is a Southeast Asian country located along the Malay Peninsula and the northern coast of Borneo. It is made up of 13 states and 3 federal territories and is home to a population of over 30 million people. Malaysia is a multi-cultural country, with Malay, Chinese, Indian and indigenous people living in harmony.
Malaysia is known for its diverse culture and cuisine, with dishes from all over the world being featured in the local cuisine. The country is also known for its tropical climate and stunning beaches, making it a popular tourist destination. The capital city of Kuala Lumpur is a major business and financial hub in the region, while the resort island of Langkawi is a popular beach destination.

kinabalu national park sabahMalaysia has a vibrant economy, which is driven by its exports of commodities such as oil, rubber and palm oil. Manufacturing, tourism, and financial services are also major contributors to the economy. The government has invested heavily in education and healthcare, making Malaysia one of the most developed countries in Southeast Asia.
Malaysia is a constitutional monarchy, with a federal system of government. The country is divided into 13 states, each with its own elected parliament. The federal government is responsible for the country's defense, foreign affairs, and economic policies.

Malaysia is a member of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and the Commonwealth of Nations. It is also a major player in the global economy, having signed free trade agreements with the United States and China.
Malaysia is a great place to visit and explore. With its diverse cultures and stunning scenery, it is one of the most popular holiday destinations in Southeast Asia.

Exotic double-barrelled place names, primeval jungles, crystal-blue seas, unique wildlife, vibrant and cosmopolitan metropolises - the Malay Archipelago will take your travels to the next level! From the tea plantations of the Cameron Highlands and Penang's awe-inspiring Kek Lok Si temple discover the beautiful diversity of this fascinating area.

Kuala Lumpur.
Kuala Lumpur, or KL as it's often known, combines the old with the gleaming new. Towering skyscrapers jostle for position amongst ancient mosques, churches and temples on its famous skyline.

Orangutangs in Malaysia national parkSabah.
Explore the weird and wonderful plants of Kinabalu National Park, embark on a wildlife safari on the Kinabatangan River, past proboscis monkeys, orangutans and rare Boreno Pygmy elephants, and spend a day lounging on beautiful Coral Island.

Explore the almighty Gomantong Caves, spend a day on Turtle Island, sunbathing, snorkelling in warm waters and observing the magical moment where turtles hatch on the beach, and get up close and personal with orangutans.

Mount Kinabalu's granite peaksMount Kinabalu.
One of Sabah's most dramatic features, not to mention the tallest peak between the Himalayas and the New Guinea, Mount Kinabalu's granite peaks are always topped in wisps of clouds.

Beach escapes.
Think crystal clear turquoise seas, beautiful lush tropical greenery, tranquility, beautiful and colourful cities. Discover the beauty of Kota Kinabalu, Penang and Langkawi now.

When to Visit Malaysia.
The awesome thing about the climate in this part of the world is that it's virtually hot all year! One thing to bare in mind however is that the East coast's rainy season is much heavier between November - February whereas the West coast is wetter between April and October.

local transport in MalaysiaGetting around.
Hop-on hop-off passes are a great way to get around Peninsula Malaysia. They include all of your transportation and activities of your choice along the route, as well as the freedom to choose your departure dates and make unlimited changes on the go - the perfect combination of planning and flexibility.

Flights to Malaysia.
Head to the cultural and natural wonders of a country filled with colourful cities, jungles and tropical beach retreats with our great selection of flights to Malaysia. Kuala Lumpur airport is a convenient starting point with direct flights available from the UK, and is also a great hub for hopping to other locations in the area.

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