Malaysia is the crowning jewel that lies at the very end of Southeast Asia, jutting out with the Malaccan Straits to meet the islands of Indonesia and the Java Sea. It’s a nation distinctly divided in two. On the western side sits built-up Malaya; the old stronghold of British colonial power that’s now buzzing with electric Kuala Lumpur and multicultural UNESCO towns in Penang. On the.
In 1999, Malaysia tourism board has come out one campaign called “Malaysia Truly Asia”, it success to bringing in over 7.9 million of tourists into Malaysia and receipts around RM 12.3 billion revenue and the revenue and tourist arrival number are keep increasing year by year.
Chinese New Year (date varies): The Chinese New Year is a national holiday in Malaysia, with festivities and celebrations held throughout the country, making it an exciting time to visit. Federal Territory Day (1st February): A state holiday for Federal Territory in Malaysia celebrating the anniversary of the formation of the Kuala Lumpur Federal Territory in 1974.
Dear Sarah, I am so glad that you are planning to visit my country. I know you like travel when the weather is moderate, so I suggest you should come in next April and I promise you never experience hot weather. I just recommend you to bring some warm cloth because in spring we expected the weather will be raining. I hope when you come, you stay with my but I can book a hotel as you want.
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Chinese New Year. Malaysia is made up of three main nationalities; Malays, Indians, and importantly, the Chinese, which is why the country is one of the best in the world to celebrate Chinese New Year.It’s traditional for families to cleanse the house in order to sweep away any ill-fortune and to make way for good incoming luck.
Malaysia was once ranked 9th in the world for tourist arrivals. The Travel and Tourism Competitiveness Report 2017 ranks Malaysia 25th out of 141 countries overall. In an effort to diversify the economy and make Malaysia's economy less dependent on exports, the government pushed to increase tourism in Malaysia.
The best time to visit Borneo is between March and October, when the island is hot, humid, and at its driest. This makes it one of Southeast Asia’s few summer destinations. It is also the best time to see orangutans in the wild, while turtles can be seen on Lankayan Island between June and September.