Why do people want to travel to Malaysia?


Malaysia, a beautiful country located in Southeast Asia. A country with a mix of cultures (Indigenous, Chinese, Indian). In the same country, you can explore thriving, modern cities, explore colonial architecture, relax on some of the most beautiful beaches on the planet and hike through lush green jungles. Combined with the rich cuisine, nature very diversity and the friendliness of the people. Malaysia is really an attractive destination. Let’s find out more about why travelers love to travel in Malaysia.

It’s Cheap.

Cheap airline tickets.

No one wants to spend a fortune on booking air tickets, right? Normally, flights to Malaysia, there are plenty of cheap airfare deals going around the year. So if you want to book cheap airfare you should regularly visit the website or facebook of the airline to update the incentive program.

If you go to Malaysia you can choose AirAsia. AirAsia is one of the most popular airlines offering flights to Kuala Lumpur, Penang or Johor Bharu. If you booked $0 tickets, the fares will include the tax of these fares is about $25.5 / one way.

Cheap price hotel rooms

If you want to save money on the hotel, then it is best to make reservations in advance as possible. You should book your trip about 1 month. If the peak season travel or holiday should be booked before 2-3 months. If you can not book early then put in the last minute because online booking sites will have attractive “attractive” in the last hour.

You can find Hotel in Malaysia on Agoda or Booking.com now!

Once you’re there, it’s easy to move around.

Efficient buses link the main cities and touristic attractions to each other, and the extremely convenient local Air Asia flights will bring you from one side to the other of the country for as low as €15. You can also hire a taxi driver for a day for a similar amount.

It’s still not very touristic.

It’s still not very touristic.
It’s still not very touristic.

Unlike places like Thailand and Cambodia, which lack authenticity due to mass tourism, Malaysia has managed to preserve its uniqueness in its every angle.

It’s a peaceful mix of cultures.

Apart from the predominant Malay, whose predominant religion is Islam, Malaysia is home to several Indian and Chinese communities, who have brought to the country their traditions and their architecture. Also, there are stunning cities from the colonial age, such as George Town and Malacca.

Each year, Malaysia organizes dozens of different festivals, bringing the tradition and culture of each religion. For example, there are festivals of Chinese, Indians. In addition, there is the worship of nine gods, Buddha (Wesak) or Kaamatan Festival for the purpose of thanksgiving bumper harvest.

Its nature is stunning.

The Eastern part of the country, which lays on the island of Borneo, is home to several natural parks with the aim to preserve the local wildlife, which is one of the richest and most unique in the world. Probosci’s monkeys are the main attraction.

Its beaches are stunning as well

Malaysia has beautiful beaches with crystal clear waters on islands and archipelagos such as Penang, Langkawi or Perhentian. The most attractive attraction is Penang – the place is called “Pearl of the Orient.”

In Penang, visitors should not miss Batu Ferringhi beach – where paradise is paradise with smooth sand and many brands of leading hotels and resorts. This beach is about 20 minutes drive from the center of George Town by car or bus.

You can visit three countries in one.

Singapore has located just four hours away from Malaysia’s capital city Kuala Lumpur, and even though everything is at least twice as expensive there, it’s worth a visit. It’s hard to think that this small country was dirt poor until fifty years ago. Moving East, the small country of Brunei lays on the island of Borneo, surrounded by Malaysia. Although it owes its richness to oil, it’s a worthy two-day destination with its beautiful mosques and natural reserves.

Hope you have a great trip to Malaysia. You can find Hotel in Malaysia on Agoda or Booking.com now to prepare a good trip to Malaysia!

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