It used to be a British colony, and is still influence by that. Today people from all over Asia live in Malaysia to work, especially from India and China, so it is a very multi cultural country which is especially reflected in it`s food. Malaysia has some of the best food in Asia, and you will find food from every corner of the world here. It is a food heaven!
When To Visit Malaysia
Temperatures varies little in Malaysia, and is constantly around 30 C all year round. Rain occurs year round too. Best time to visit Malaysia is from March – October (less rain and humidity).
We used the Lonely Planet`s Malaysia travel guide on our trip. You can get that and other great books by clicking on the pictures below:
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Penang is one of Malaysia's most popular destinations, famous for its unique old heritage buildings and shophouses, mouth-watering food, beaches, and beautiful street art. The old shophouses of George Town, Penang´s capital and a Unesco world heritage site since 2008, have in recent years been transformed into cafes, museums, art galleries, and beautifully restored boutique hotels. Whether you are looking for a world-class luxury hotel, a small intimate heritage boutique hotel, a beach resort, a value-for-money mid-range hotel, or a cozy budget guesthouse, Penang has it all. Here are our favorite areas and hotels to stay at in Penang.
- Population: 30 million
- Capital: Kuala Lumpur
- Land Area: 329 847 km²
- Language: Malaysian Malay
- Religion: Muslim (61%), Buddhist (20%), Christian (6%)
- Currency: Ringgit (MYR)
- Time zone: UTC+8
- Drives on: Left
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George Town in Penang, Malaysia, has an extraordinary amount of beautiful street art, both of cartoon-like steel frame art and life-like wall paintings. George Towns´s street art is world famous and has become a tourist attraction in itself. Here we...
KL Tower, or Menara KL, has become the symbol of Kuala Lumpur and is a real must-visit attraction. With its 421 m it is the tallest freestanding tower in Southeast Asia and the seventh tallest in the world. From the...
Kuala Lumpur (KL) is a real foodies heaven where you can eat and dine all day and night. Since there are so many restaurants, hawker stalls and Kopitiam (coffee shops) in this city, it can be difficult to find the...
With more than 12 million international visitors last year, Kuala Lumpur (KL) has deservedly positioned itself as one of the top tourist destinations in South-East Asia. Here we reveal our favorite areas and hotels to help you find the best...
Kuala Lumpur has a lot to offer; historic monuments and buildings, futuristic and modern skyscrapers, colorful mosks, shrines and temples, green and lush parks and jungle areas, huge shopping malls, bustling street markets, and a lively nightlife of cool pubs...
Deep inside a lime stone mountain just outside the city of Kuala Lumpur in Malaysia, there is a cave. A huge cathedral like cave with walls that stretch almost to the sky, with bird flying high above, and wild monkeys...