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  • Malaysia boasts one of south-east Asia’s most vibrant economies, the fruit of decades of industrial growth and political stability. Its multi-ethnic, multi-religious society encompasses a majority Muslim population in most of its states and an economically-powerful Chinese community. Consisting of two regions separated by some 640 miles of the South China Sea, Malaysia is a federation of 13 states and three federal territories.

    It is one of the region’s key tourist destinations, offering excellent beaches and brilliant scenery. Dense rainforests in the eastern states of Sarawak and Sabah, on the island of Borneo, are a refuge for wildlife and tribal traditions.

    Ethnic Malays comprise some 60% of the population. Chinese constitute around 26%; Indians and indigenous peoples make up the rest. The communities coexist in relative harmony, although there is little racial interaction – and the overturning of a ban on the use of the word “Allah” by non-Muslims in December 2009 highlighted the religious divide in the country.

    Although since 1971 Malays have benefited from positive discrimination in business, education and the civil service, ethnic Chinese continue to hold economic power and are the wealthiest community. The Malays remain the dominant group in politics while the Indians are among the poorest.

    The country is among the world’s biggest producers of computer disk drives, palm oil, rubber and timber. It has a state-controlled car maker, Proton, and tourism has considerable room for expansion.

    Malaysia’s economic prospects have been dented by the global economic downturn, which has hit export markets hard. In March 2009 the government unveiled a $16bn economic stimulus plan as it sought to stave off a deep recession.

    Malaysia’s human rights record has come in for international criticism. Internal security laws allow suspects to be detained without charge or trial.

  •  Tourist attractions in Malaysia are many considering this exotic and beautiful country has so much to offer. Whether it is about discovering the scenic beauty of its various islands or exploring vibrant attractions of its cities, Malaysia knows how to truly impress and enchant even the most discerning of travelers. There is an astounding range of Malaysia tourist attractions ranging from the enigmatic city of Kuala Lumpur to the colonial hill stations of Cameron Highlands and Genting. Then, how can one forget the many exotic beaches, tropical rainforests and national parks? There is so much to see and explore that at times it can be baffling on what attractions to pick and choose.

    • Kuala Lumpur
    • Kelantan
    • Malacca
    • Sarawak
    • Negeri  Sembilian
    • Penang
    • Perlis

  • Malaysia is an amazing country and it is known as a melting pot of different religions and races where people have gathered from diverse backgrounds to make this their home. Multiculturalism is an integral part of Malaysia and it is clearly evident from the large number of festivals and cultural events that are held in the country. Whether it is about exploring the skyscrapers in the capital city of Kuala Lumpur or the exotic tropical forests in Borneo Island, Malaysia has something to offer to every kind of traveler. Tourism in Malaysia has increased over the years due to the global exposure as well as the realization that Malaysia boasts a rich amalgamation of both man-made and natural wonders. Whether it is the stunning beaches or the rich cultural heritage, Malaysia tourism packages cover it all. There is plenty of options available thorugh Malaysia tourism packages that cover a number of places along with accommodation and travel arrangements.


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