There’s nothing that has not been said about Malaysia’s dynamism. When you think about Malaysia, a series of colourful images come to mind - a vibrant mix of cultures, languages and a very complex history to add to its personality. With the added advantage of being affordable to those who choose to visit and witness its humble offering, Malaysia can sweep you off your feet by its simple beauty. Moreover, it has just the right amount of ingredients that make a holiday memorable.
Unity in diversity is just a phrase to many, but for those who live in Malaysia, it is a reality. Its melting pot of cultures have a rich blend of the natives - called Malays, the Chinese, Indians, and of those who have chosen to live in this heavenly tropical paradise.
Its capital; Kuala Lumpur - functions as the centre of all economic activity, and attracts hundreds of tourists every year. Besides Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia has hidden secrets that are only revealed to those who have an eye for detail. For example, many do not know the capital of Kelantan state - Kota Bharu, has on offer its own distinct shopping and cuisine culture. The market places are teeming with locals who come to the local markets not only to buy fresh produce, but also to sell handiwork. It is here, in these very markets that you can find food stalls which have the best food on offer, prepared hygienically- undoubtedly.
Anyone who plans on visiting Taman Negara, the oldest tropical rainforest would know the vastness and the beauty of the place is beyond words. But not many know that the Portugese settlement in Melaka has traces of the oldest Dutch architecture in whole of the east. Melaka, a modern day Malaysian city now, is packed with contrasting architectural marvels with the older ones having influences of the Portugese, British, Dutch and even Indian cultures!
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Malaysia Travel Guide
Will Durant once said, "Knowledge is the eye of desire and can become the pilot of the soul." With a Malaysia Travel Guide that is so detailed, it has the ability to help you make a smart decision today!
In a hurry? These Fast facts will not take less than 2 minutes of your busy day!
Capital: Kuala Lumpur
Processing time for a Malaysia Visa: 5 working days
Major Airports in Malaysia: Kuala Lumpur International Airport and Kota Kinabalu International Airport
Top 5 things to see in Malaysia:
1. Petronas Towers
2. Taman Negara
3. Sunway Lagoon Theme Park
4. The Sky Bridge
5. The Menara KL tower
Top 5 things to do in Malaysia:
1. Shop at the upmarket malls in Kuala lumpur, Malaysia
2. Experience the Kuala Selangor Fireflies Tour
3. Eat authentic Malay fare
4. Visit Chinatown
5. Drive past Merdeka square at night.
Photo Story Of Malaysia
Experience Malaysia at its best in just a few scrolls! These pictures are just a glimpse of what you can stand to witness once your air ticket and your Malaysia Visa are in your hand. Witness the natural and architectural wonder called Malaysia.
Do Indian visitors need a visa to visit Malaysia?
Yes! Indian citizens need a Malaysia visa for any travel to the country. For more information, talk to our visa experts at 022-68311010.
Can I get my Malaysia visa online?
Yes! You can get your Malaysia visa online with 3 simple steps. Apply by filling out the form in the top left corner & Pay Online through Musafir.com. Upload your documents or WhatsApp us at +91 99 2020 4596 to get your Malaysia visa in just 5 - 6 working days!
What is the currency used in Malaysia?
The currency used in Malaysia is the Malaysian Ringgit.
What to pack for Malaysia travel?
We suggest carrying a backpack, collapsible water bottle, cotton clothes suited for the heat, slippers or slip-on shoes, rainwear or swimwear, sunscreen, and bug spray.
Which is the best time to visit Malaysia?
The best time to visit Malaysia is from December to April.
How many days to spend on the Malaysia tour?
Any Malaysia package of more than 3 days is sufficient to enjoy the many fun things to do in Malaysia! Visitors can stay up to 10 days with packages from Musafir.com.
Which are the top best places to visit in Malaysia?
The top places to visit in Malaysia are:
What are the languages spoken in Malaysia?
• Petronas Twin Towers
• Mount Kinabalu
• Taman Negara
• Cable Car above Mount Cincang
• Cameron Highlands
• Perhentian Islands
In Malaysiayou can find people speaking Malay, Mandarin, and Tamil.
Is Malaysia safe for solo travel?
Yes, Malaysia is very safe to travel and also encourages women's solo travel.
How can I book a Malaysia holiday package?
To book a holiday getaway in Malaysia, you can simply visit our page to select a holiday package that suits your preferences!
What are the food options in Malaysia for Indians?
The food in Malaysia is tasty, affordable, and eclectic, including Indian, Chinese, Malay, and global dishes, along with an endless supply of street food.
Can I customize my Malaysia tour package?
Yes! We can customize holiday packages that suit your preference!
What documents do I need to book a Malaysia package?
To book a holiday to Malaysia, you would require a passport with a minimum 6 months validity and a valid Malaysia Visa.
What is the most convenient way to travel within Malaysia?
Visitors can use public transport such as bus services, taxis, or minivans.
Are there any specific dress codes or cultural considerations to keep in mind while visiting Malaysia?
There are no strict rules about clothing in Malaysia; however, while visiting religious places, we suggest wearing appropriate clothes.