Malaysia is an Asian country comprising the Malay Peninsula and the northern part of Borneo Island. The western part of Malaysia is a mountainous area with forested mountain slopes and lowland coasts. This fascinating and diverse country captivates tourists coming here for holidays with numerous waterfalls and caves and the evergreen primary equatorial forests considered to be one of the most beautiful in the world.
In tropical jungles live rare species of animals, e.g. tigers, tapirs, Javan rhinoceros, Malayan bear, orangutan, and gibbon. Also, what attracts tourists on holiday to Malaysia is also the mountains and the possibility of mountain tourism, national parks with numerous attractions and pristine jungles.
Malaysia is a multicultural country that does not forget about its native culture. This is demonstrated by, among others constructed in the Kelantan region moon kites. Among other Malaysian kites, they are distinguished by their unusual shape and size. Each wau bulan is decorated with intense colors and colorful ribbons or strings. Such decorations guarantee that the kite will be perfectly visible from the ground. It is worth adding that wau bulan is a symbol of Malaysia, and its release reserved only for men.
The capital of Malaysia is Kuala Lumpur, where modern skyscrapers compose with Islamic buildings. The cities of Malaysia are inhabited mainly by very hospitable and friendly Malays, Chinese and Indians, which contributed to the fact that Malaysia is a cultural richness and a diversity of architecture.
Wonderful, charming beaches of the west and east coast of the Malay Peninsula and the states of Sabah and Sarawak on the Island of Borneo covered with coconut palm trees and the coastal warm and clear waters full of picturesque coral reefs offer a wide range of water sports with diving at the forefront.
The most populare destinations to visit in Malaysia include: Kuala Lumpur, Johor Bahru, George Town, Shah Alam, Kota Bharu, Kuching, Pantai Cenang and Port Dickson.
The most frequent picks for best city breaks in Malaysia include: Malacca, Kota Kinabalu, Ipoh, Putrajaya, Tanah Rata, Bayan Lepas, Kuah and Kuala Terengganu.
The average nightly rate for a hotel in Malaysia is $32. A 5-star hotel in Malaysia costs $66 on average, while a 4-star hotel will cost around $44. A 3-star hotel, on the other hand, costs around $24 per night.
The best hotels for couples in Malaysia are: Lone Pine Hotel Penang, PARKROYAL Penang Resort, Shangri-La's Rasa Sayang Resort & Spa Penang, Holiday Inn Resort Penang, Hard Rock Hotel Penang, Golden Sands Resort by Shangri-La Penang, Sri Sayang Resort, Beachside @ Bayu Emas Resort, Take Time To Be Kind @ Sri Sayang and Batu Ferringhi Seaview Beach Resort.
Some of the best-rated family hotels in Malaysia include: Spacious Clean Condo Opening Bargain, 15 Rooftop Infinity Pool & Kl City View, Modern & Urban Getaway With Family STS9, Lifestyle Stylish With Infinity Pool, Escape from Cramp Spaces Into Luxury, 11 Rooftop Infinity Pool & Kl City View, Scandinavian Studio - Free Wifi, Opulent Suite Near Petronas Twin Towers, Affordable 2BR Apartment KL City Center and 3 Bedroom Near Bukit Bintang & Klcc.
The most notable pet-friendly hotels in Malaysia include: The Chateau Spa & Organic Wellness Resort, Ohana House @ 53 Kasturi, Holiday Homestay Penang, The Settlement Hotel, Ambassador Row Hotel Suites by Lanson Place, Century Bay Private Residences, Holiday Accommodation Cameron Highlands, The Journey Home Vacation @ SS3, Homme Residence Straits Quay and Menzan Guest House.
The finest examples of Malaysia luxury hotels include: Rawang Happy Station, The Second Homestay 1708, Dorsett Grand Subang Hotel, Marose Gold Coast Morib, Kingwood Sibu, Sungai Petani Homestay Juwita, Gloria Residences Ion Delemen Genting Highlands, The Puteri Pacific Johor Bahru, Klang Homestay and The Majestic Hotel Kuala Lumpur Autograph Collection.
The great examples of Malaysia best hotels include: Mini Seminar Hall @ Klang / 5 min to Klang Parade, Pearl Suria Residence@old klang road, HomeBee Clean Stay at Gurney, D Summit Residence JB, A4 Bintang Fairlane Residence - Luxury, Arch+ Studio@Trefoil Setia City, Comfort & Cozy Apartment Kuala Lumpur, Dotw Extranet Demo Profile, Angraini Homestay and Homestay Seri Iskandar.
The great examples of Malaysia cheap hotels include: Rawang Happy Station, Villas By Westin, KLCC Apartments, Muaz Homestay, Condo at Heritage in Mines Resort, Hyatt Regency Saujana, Sibu Mantis Villa, Dani Lodge at Awana, Homestay kampar Santorini and Regency Homestay.
Our list of Malaysia last minute deals include: Rawang Happy Station, EE Homestay - Alor Setar Kedah, The Second Homestay 1708, Dorsett Grand Subang Hotel, Marose Gold Coast Morib, Kingwood Sibu, Sungai Petani Homestay Juwita, Gloria Residences Ion Delemen Genting Highlands, Jazz Service Residence- Straits Quay and The Puteri Pacific Johor Bahru.
Our list of the most popular hotels in Malaysia includes: Mini Seminar Hall @ Klang / 5 min to Klang Parade, Pearl Suria Residence@old klang road, HomeBee Clean Stay at Gurney, D Summit Residence JB, A4 Bintang Fairlane Residence - Luxury, Arch+ Studio@Trefoil Setia City, Comfort & Cozy Apartment Kuala Lumpur, Dotw Extranet Demo Profile, Angraini Homestay and Homestay Seri Iskandar.
Our list of the resorts in Malaysia includes: Mutiara Pedu Lake Golf Lake, Independent SPHC Mutiara Beach Resort Penang, Borneo Eagle Resort, I City Shah Alam Diamond Suite, Seri Chenang Resort & Spa Langkawi, Bentong Wellness Resort, BukitIndah -YESIDo-R O M Church, Samsuria beach resort, The Orchard Wellness & Health Resort and The Kasturi.
Our list of the motels in Malaysia includes: Danty Motel, G Star Hotel Pantai Remis, Dream Hotel Port Klang, Georgetown Heritage Motel, D'View Villa & Guest House, Resak Motel Changlun, Budget Hotel Gaya Warisan, 1st Inn Hotel Melaka Mlk Jbr, Motel Sayang-Sayang and Smile Boutique Hotel Kuala Lumpur.
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