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TRAVEL GUIDE. READ MORE. DIGITAL BROCHURES. Island and Beaches. Malaysia is renowned for it's beautiful island and beaches. From the bustling island of Penang, to the duty free island of Langkawi, to the tranquil Tioman, Redang and Perhentian, down to the picturesque Sipadan and Layang Layang, Malaysia's islands and beaches are set to take

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Malaysia Travel Guide – Tourism Malaysia

(7 days ago) TRAVEL GUIDE. Read More Tourist Map of Malaysia. There is so much to do and so many places to see in Malaysia. To make sure that you don’t miss anything, use this handy map to navigate your way across the country and find great places to visit. English Perlis. Perlis is the northern gateway to Malaysia.

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112 – Malaysia Travel Guide – Perlis – Tourism Malaysia

(Just Now) PERLIS is the northern gateway to Malaysia, flanked by Kedah in the south and Thailand in the north. It is the peninsular’s tiniest state and covers only 810 sq km. Perlis is characterised by sprawling countrysides with expansive paddy plains that are interspersed with rustic villages, limestone outcrops and serene lakes.

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03 – Malaysia Travel Guide – Selamat Datang – Tourism Malaysia

(4 days ago) Selamat Datang Selamat Datang. Selamat Datang. Selamat Datang. SITUATED in the midst of the Asia Pacific region, Malaysia enjoys a strategic location and a year round tropical climate. With 13 states, three Federal Territories and a population that currently stands at more than 28 million, Malaysia combines the best of Asia and is well known

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06 – Malaysia Travel Guide – Kuala Lumpur – Tourism Malaysia

(5 days ago) The state-of-the-art Kuala Lumpur International Airport (KLIA) is the main gateway into the country. It is situated in Sepang, about 55km from Kuala Lumpur. Malaysia’s national carrier is Malaysia Airlines which spans about six continents. Malaysia Airlines is complemented by Firefly, Malindo Air and AirAsia.

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119 – Malaysia Travel Guide – East Coast Region – Tourism

(1 days ago) 119 Malaysia Travel Guide East Coast Region. Imagine an idyllic island surrounded by the azure waters of the South China Sea, or a pristine tropical rainforest with rare, exotic plants and towering trees. Imagine invigorating hill resorts or charming coastal villages with fascinating cultural pursuits.

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100 – Malaysia Travel Guide – Kedah – Tourism Malaysia

(9 days ago) KEDAH is the most ancient state in Malaysia, boasting a history that dates back to the 5th century AD. It is the country’s main rice producer, situated at the the north of the peninsula bordering Thailand. The state is home to Southeast Asia’s first Geopark and the popular island resort of Langkawi where you can enjoy carefree days by the beach, snorkelling at the marine park or go on

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32 – Malaysia Travel Guide – Putrajaya – Tourism Malaysia

(2 days ago) MALAYSIA TRAVEL GUIDE READ MORE 03. SELAMAT DATANG Read More 05. CENTRAL REGION Read More 06. KUALA LUMPUR Read More 22. SELANGOR Read More 32. PUTRAJAYA Read More 41. SOUTHERN REGION Read More 42. NEGERI SEMBILAN Read More 52. MELAKA Read More 64. JOHOR Read More 71. NORTHEN REGION Read More

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42 – Malaysia Travel Guide – Negeri Sembilan – Tourism

(8 days ago) Negeri Sembilan is situated in the west of Peninsular Malaysia. It is about 50km south of Kuala Lumpur and spreads over an area of 6,645 sq km. Its name literally means ‘nine states’ as the state once consisted of nine districts. The state is known for its Minangkabau culture, which is preserved by the Adat Perpatih, an age-old matrilineal

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120 – Malaysia Travel Guide – Pahang – Tourism Malaysia

(Just Now) Pahang is the largest state in Peninsular Malaysia. Nearly two-thirds of the state is enveloped in verdant rainforest, making it a refreshing enclave of lush greenery, exotic wildlife and natural treasures. Its natural attractions include Taman Negara, a 130-million-year-old rainforest as well as animal sanctuaries, parks, lakes and waterfalls.

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160 – Malaysia Travel Guide – Sabah – Tourism Malaysia

(9 days ago) Overland travel between Kota Kinabalu, Kuching and Brunei Darussalam is possible via the Trans Borneo Highway. However, visitors are advised to be prepared for long journeys. Those who are intending to self-drive should plan their routes and rest stops. Getting Around

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52 – Malaysia Travel Guide – Melaka – Tourism Malaysia

(9 days ago) Travel options are numerous as the state is accessible by air, road, rail or sea. Getting There By Air. Those arriving at the Kuala Lumpur International Airport can take a taxi or bus to Melaka. Melaka Airport is located in Batu Berendam, 10km from Melaka City. By Road.

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88 – Malaysia Travel Guide – Penang – Tourism Malaysia

(9 days ago) Travel the old fashion way. Get on a trishaw, a unique three- wheeled vehicle, and take in the sights at your own pace. You can stop at any point to snap pictures or buy souvenirs. As there is no standard fare, it would be wise to agree on the price before getting on the trishaw. For extended sightseeing, it is advisable to hire them by the hour.

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64 – Malaysia Travel Guide – Johor – Tourism Malaysia

(8 days ago) Covering an area of approximately 92,000 hectares, Endau Rompin National Park is a nature reserve teeming with exotic flora and fauna. Straddling across two states, Johor and Pahang, Endau Rompin is the second largest national oark after Taman Negara. It …

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78 – Malaysia Travel Guide – Perak – Tourism Malaysia

(8 days ago) Driving is one of the most convenient ways of getting around the state. You can rent a car and explore the state at your own pace. E-hailing services are also available. For more information, contact: Tourism Malaysia Northern Region Office. +604-263 4941 / 604-264 3494 / 604-261 0058.

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159 – Malaysia Travel Guide – East Malaysia Region

(4 days ago) 196. LABUAN. In the vast rainforests of Borneo, lies a region unlike any other. Here, nature and adventure come alive to sweep visitors away to a mesmerising, intriguing world. A world made up of animal kingdoms, mystical prehistoric caves, lofty mountains and amazing underwater gardens. East Malaysia comprises two states; Sabah and Sarawak, as

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22 – Malaysia Travel Guide – Selangor – Tourism Malaysia

(1 days ago) Situated about 50km from Kuala Lumpur, Kuala Kubu Bharu is an eco-adventure destination especially for white water rafting. Kuala Selangor River is a popular choice among rafters looking for a challenging rafting session near to the city. Other attractions include the Sungai Chilling Waterfalls and include hiking at Buku Kutu.

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196 – Malaysia Travel Guide – Labuan – Tourism Malaysia

(Just Now) Kiamsam. Labuan International Golf Club is the island’s newest 18-hole golf course. It is located atop a hill at Kiamsam, overlooking the South China Sea. Set amidst 200 acres of lush greenery, the Par 72 golf course provides enthusiasts with ample challenges.

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PDF Update – Tourism Malaysia

(6 days ago) PDF Update – Tourism Malaysia. Dear Visitor, Due to the financial impact of the Covid-19 pandemic, there may be changes in the hotel names and other information contained here. However, we are currently updating our content to make to make your travel experience even better. The new content will be uploaded soon.

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Tourism Malaysia eBrochure – Special Interest – Tourism

(2 days ago) Whatever you fancy, take a peek and have a go! From laidback leisurely hikes to off-road ATV rides, choose one or two, or even three, and enjoy!

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206 – Malaysia Travel Guide – Malaysia, The Ultimate

(6 days ago) A wide spectrum of specialised tours is available through tour operators and travel agents. Whether you are in the mood for shopping, adventure, a romantic interlude or a totally rejuvenating session at the spa, Malaysia is the place for an unforgettable holiday.

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18 – 22 Treasure Troves – Tourism Malaysia

(3 days ago) Travel back to the past, to the days when KL was founded at the confluence of two muddy rivers. Or, journey back in time to the days of the Morse Code telegraph or even the barter trade. Let these museums unravel and bring to life the interesting facets of KL’s rich history.

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14 – 17 Tropical Enclaves – Tourism Malaysia

(5 days ago) Perdana Botanical Gardens is the city’s premier park, sprawling over 200 acres. This tropical garden features exotic blooms, luxuriant foliage, impressive sculptures and majestic raintrees. Details. Tel: 03-2617 6404. Opening Hours: 7.00am – 8.00pm daily. Website: www.klbotanicalgarden.gov.my.

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146 – Malaysia Travel Guide – Kelantan – Tourism Malaysia

(2 days ago) The state’s landscape is a charming blend of quaint villages, small towns and riverine settlements. Amidst the houses built on stilts and covered with thatched roofs, one can revel in the time-honoured Malay heritage and culture. The capital city of Kelantan is Kota Bharu. Kelantan’s hinterland is a dramatic mix of mountains, caves and

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05 – Malaysia Travel Guide – Central Region – Tourism Malaysia

(4 days ago) MALAYSIA TRAVEL GUIDE READ MORE 03. SELAMAT DATANG Read More 05. CENTRAL REGION Read More 06. KUALA LUMPUR Read More 22. SELANGOR Read More 32. PUTRAJAYA Read More 41. SOUTHERN REGION Read More 42. NEGERI SEMBILAN Read More 52. MELAKA Read More 64. JOHOR Read More 71. NORTHEN REGION Read More

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23 – Adventure with Nature – Cave Exploration – Tourism

(6 days ago) In the Malay language, cave is ‘gua’, with the majority being limestone and are above ground level. In the peninsula, the list features Gua Kelam in Perlis, Gua Tempurung and Kundu in Perak, scattered historic caves around Lake Kenyir in Terengganu and Gua Ikan in Kuala Krai, Kelantan.

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41 – Adventure with Nature – Birdwatching – Tourism Malaysia

(3 days ago) Those with more time may want to travel further inland into Malaysia’s premier national park, Taman Negara, where dense ancient lowland forests are home to over 300 bird species. Another popular site is Kuala Gula Bird Sanctuary on the Perak coast, where endangered Milky Storks congregate. Over in Borneo, the Kota Kinabalu City Bird

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56 – 67 Useful Information – Tourism Malaysia

(Just Now) Travel time to the city takes between 45 minutes to an hour. Fares differ according to the zone and type of taxi (budget or premier). A surcharge will be imposed for transfers between midnight to 6.00am. Airport Coach (KLIA Main Terminal only) Tel: 03-8787 3894 / 016-228 8844

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37 – Adventure with Nature – Mountain Biking – Tourism

(6 days ago) mountain bikers’ paradise. Mountain biking has long been a popular sport in Malaysia, with its own legendary trails and stories. It is said that ever since bicycles were introduced into the land, the inland villagers who embraced it were the first mountain bikers. – having to traverse the challenging trails to and from their remote settlements.

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132 – Malaysia Travel Guide – Terengganu – Tourism Malaysia

(4 days ago) MALAYSIA TRAVEL GUIDE READ MORE 03. SELAMAT DATANG Read More 05. CENTRAL REGION Read More 06. KUALA LUMPUR Read More 22. SELANGOR Read More 32. PUTRAJAYA Read More 41. SOUTHERN REGION Read More 42. NEGERI SEMBILAN Read More 52. MELAKA Read More 64. JOHOR Read More 71. NORTHEN REGION Read More

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Adventure with Nature – Tourism Malaysia

(7 days ago) Perlis is the northern gateway to Malaysia. Despite its small size, Perlis has an abundance of attractions that make it a great destination.

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04 – 12 Doing the Sights – Tourism Malaysia

(4 days ago) Gain an insight into the petroleum industry in this exciting discovery centre. With 7,000 square metres of exhibit area, visitors will have an enjoyable time with the host of interactive displays, dioramas and activities. Travel in an oil-drop shaped vehicle, visit an oil platform or enjoy a …

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KUALA LUMPUR – THE DAZZLING CAPITAL CITY – Intro – Tourism

(5 days ago) Welcome to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia’s dazzling capital city. Dynamic, vibrant, diverse, exciting. These are just some of the great qualities that make KL a dazzling destination for travellers. Known popularly as KL, this modern metropolis boasts not only world-famous superstructures such as the Petronas Twin Towers and KL Tower, but also

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45 – Adventure with Nature – Useful Contacts – Tourism

(6 days ago) Merapoh Adventure Travel & Tours Sdn Bhd (Merapoh) Tel: +609 912 2321 [email protected] NKS Hotel & Travel Sdn Bhd (Taman Negara Kuala Tahan) Tel: +609 266 4499 / 09 260 1770 www.taman-negara-nks.com. Danz Travel & Adventures Sdn Bhd (Taman Negara Kuala Tahan) Tel: +609 266 4269 www.tamannegara-danz.com

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52 – 55 Beyond the City – Tourism Malaysia

(7 days ago) Visitors with more time to spare can enjoy a trip to some of the country’s popular destinations situated outside the city. Most places can be visited on a day trip although an overnight stay is …

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Islands and Beaches – Penang – Tourism Malaysia

(2 days ago) Batu Feringghi, situated along the coastal road northwest of George Town, is the most popular beach in Penang, lined with a string of international-standard hotels and resorts.

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9 – Adventure with Nature – Jungle Trekking – Tourism Malaysia

(5 days ago) Jungle trekking can take an hour or more and, with camping, as many days as desired. Among the best periods to go trekking in Peninsular Malaysia is in the ‘dry season’ from March to September when the rainfall is less. In Sabah, the ‘wet season’ is from October …

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6 – Adventure with Nature – Introduction – Tourism Malaysia

(2 days ago) Nature Lovers’ Paradise. Since ancient times, adventurers and explorers have come to Malaysian shores, attracted by its diverse natural wealth and embraced by its gentle people. Today, Malaysia is known around the world as a destination for a host of nature-based activities and ecotourism. From challenging rock climbing or cross-jungle

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28. Getting to Langkawi – Tourism Malaysia

(6 days ago) A novel way to take a holiday to Langkawi is by cruise ship. Cruises are of varying duration depending on the ports of call en route to Langkawi. Embarkation points are at Port Klang and Singapore. For enquiries on cruise packages, contact your travel agent or the various cruise operators. Star …

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29 – 31 Celebrations Galore – Tourism Malaysia

(7 days ago) On 31st August, Malaysians from all walks of life come together to celebrate the National Day to mark Malaysia’s independence. Major activities include exhibitions, parades and fireworks. The proud display of Malaysian flags is a sight to behold. Note: Events and celebrations are not held temporarily due to the Covid-19 pandemic.

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23 – 25 Relax and Rejuvenate – Tourism Malaysia

(8 days ago) Relax and Rejuvenate. After all the sightseeing, the time has come to relax and rejuvenate. Heal your body and mind at these renowned spas – pamper yourself with the ancient Malay, Chinese, Indian, Thai and Balinese rituals. Many spas are situated within hotels and shopping malls, for …

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Islands and Beaches – Sarawak – Tourism Malaysia

(3 days ago) On the northernmost corner of Sarawak, the long stretches of beaches in Miri are a popular weekend getaway. The Luak Bay Esplanade and Hawaii Beach are among the well-known shores in Miri. Miri is dubbed the ‘gateway to adventure’ as it is the take-off point to exciting destinations such as Gunung Mulu, Niah Caves, Lambir Hills and Bario

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Islands and Beaches – Terengganu – Tourism Malaysia

(6 days ago) Travel along the East Coast Highway from Kuala Lumpur to Kuala Terengganu. Pulau Perhentian Kecil and Perhentian Besar. Visitors to these two islands can take a two-hour drive to the town of Kuala Besut, situated about 105km from Kuala Terengganu. Boats are available from Kuala Besut Jetty. The ride takes about 20 to 30 minutes.

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Islands and Beaches – Contents – Tourism Malaysia

(4 days ago) Port Dickson, Negeri Sembilan. Port Dickson is the most popular beach in Peninsular Malaysia’s west coast. Its proxiity to the nation’s capital, and ample accommodation facilities make it a preferred destination for a host of eVents and recreation.

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Islands and Beaches – Johor – Tourism Malaysia

(1 days ago) Mersing is the main staging point to Johor’s islands in the South China Sea. It is 138km north of Johor Bahru or a two-hour drive from there. Tourists can also make travel arrangements with tour operators stationed here. Nearby beaches of Penyabong, Air Papan, Teluk Buih and Tenglu are also worth visiting.

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Islands and Beaches – Tioman – Tourism Malaysia

(2 days ago) Getting There . By Road . Tanjung Gemok in Pahang and Mersing in Johor are two take-off points to Tioman. Tanjong Gemok is a 3½ hours’ drive via the North–South Expressway.

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25. Shopping & Dining – Tourism Malaysia

(2 days ago) Enjoy a shopping spree at Idaman Suri, Langkawi Fair Shopping Complex, Jetty Point Duty Free Complex, Langkawi Parade, HIG Complex, Pekan Rabu Complex & the surrounding areas offering a wide selection of items such as ­perfumes, cosmetics, leather wear, sports gear, ladies’ ­accessories, ­confectionery, liquor and cigarettes.

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Islands and Beaches – Cherating – Tourism Malaysia

(5 days ago) Chendor Beach, just a few minutes from Cherating, is a favourite spot for turtle watching. During the nesting period, turtles come to lay eggs at its turtle sanctuary. Nearer to the town of Kuantan are the beaches of Teluk Chempedak and Balok. Sailing, windsurfing and waterskiing can be enjoyed when wind and sea conditions are favourable.

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