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Malaysia Tourism

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Tourism in Malaysia

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Apr - Oct

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About Malaysia Tourism (2019)

A Southeast Asian country, Malaysia is famous for idyllic islands, splendid beaches, sumptuous cuisines, national parks, and dynamic cities, Malaysia is a delight for every visitor. Malaysia has 13 beautiful states which attract tourists from all over the world. The business of Malaysia tourism has grown immensely over few years due its development and weather conditions. With an even annual temperature, one can choose to get on a Malaysia tour at any time of the year, and learn about its culture and explore the attractions that are considered amongst the best places of Malaysia. However, from December to February it is considered the best time to visit Malaysia. 

History of Malaysia

Back to 10,000 years ago, the history of Malaysia commenced when the Orang Asli from southwest China came to the Peninsula, which is now known as west Malaysia. Reigned by many powers till 1405, the influence of China later grew stronger here. While the religion of Islam prevailed post the arrival of Arabic traders. The trade in this Southeast Asian country grew enormously when the European powers procured interest in the local resources. 

Culture of Malaysia

‘Malaysia, Truly Asia’ defines the real soul of the country in every way possible. Being a true potpourri of cultures, Indians, Chinese, and Malay inhabitants muddle along with indigenous groups of people in Malaysia. And, with every group having its own culture practices and languages prevailing in Malaysia, important festivals of all these groups are celebrated with a lot of fervor. Chinese New Year, Diwali, Hari Raya and Wesak are important festivals that are celebrated all across the country, and one should visit Malaysia to witness the festivities and culture of the country.

Honeymoon in Malaysia

Head to the enticing location of Malaysia decked with numerous colorful corals and azure waters, and dive into its romantic environs like ever before. Crammed with a bevy of majestic places, such as Perhentian Island, Tioman Island, Malacca, and Putrajaya amongst others, this beautiful country is meant to let couples take complete delight in every moment during their Malaysia honeymoon expedition.

Food in Malaysia

A true paradise for foodies, Malaysia serves a diverse range of Malay, Chinese, Indian and other international cuisines that are delicious and inexpensive. To know more about Malaysia tourism and its culture, travelers can savor local food items like Nasi Dagang, Nasi Lemak, Roti Canai, Roja, Sang Har Mee and many other cuisines. With a bevy of famous restaurants, including Mamak Stall and Jalan Alor street, there are a plethora of  options to treat your taste buds to tantalizing food.

Shopping in Malaysia

Malaysia is a boon to every tourist who cannot resist the shopaholic in themselves. One can visit the local street markets like Macallum night market, Petaling Street and Cecil street Market to buy apparels, electronics and accessories like bags, purses and watches. Other than that, travelers can also find international clothing and accessory outlets at various malls in the country. Most famous ones include Pavillion Shopping Mall, Mid Valley Megamall, Star Hill Gallery and the Garden. Indulge in great shopping with Malaysia tourism packages. 

Beaches in Malaysia

With a number of options available, where to visit in Malaysia can be a very common question amongst the tourists. There are many Malaysia beach destinations which offer breathtaking views of the sea to the people. However, the best among them is the Turtle Sanctuary Beach where one can reach by a boat and spend a day with their loved ones. Other beaches include Redang Island, Tioman Island, Kota Kinabalu and Langkawi. One can also choose to go for Island hopping tours in Malaysia, wherein travelers can explore the hidden beauty of nature. Visit these pristine islands with Malaysia tourism. There are about 10 Malaysian Islands that are accessible to travelers.

Adventures in Malaysia

For all the adventure lovers, Malaysia tourism offers a plethora of adventure activities like trekking, biking, bungee jumping, paragliding, ATV riding and many others. Water sports include rafting, snorkeling, canoeing, kayaking and the like. There are about 10 scuba diving sites in Malaysia with brilliant marine life. However, one may check the seasons on which scuba diving is preferable.

Malaysia is also known for its beautiful wildlife and the rainforests of Borneo. The tourists can visit Sepilok Orangutan Rehabilitation Centre, and Penang National Park.

A Malaysia city tour may be one of the best options to explore the various cities of Malaysia to explore the culture and living of the people of Malaysia. Plan a visit to Petronas Towers, Melaka, Kuching, Genting Highlands, Legoland and Niah National park for an incredible experience.

Cities in Malaysia

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  • Malaysia ( 5D & 4N )

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    ₹ 18,000/-₹ 19,780/-

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    ₹ 20,000/-₹ 21,978/-

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  • Malaysia ( 4D & 3N )

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    ₹ 20,999/-₹ 23,076/-

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  • Malaysia ( 5D & 4N )

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    ₹ 21,000/-₹ 22,826/-

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  • Malaysia ( 5D & 4N )

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    ₹ 23,000/-₹ 25,000/-

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  • Malaysia ( 4D & 3N )

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    ₹ 23,999/-₹ 26,373/-

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  • Malaysia ( 6D & 5N )

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  • Malaysia ( 6D & 5N )

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  • Malaysia ( 6D & 5N )

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  • Malaysia ( 5D & 4N )

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  • Malaysia ( 4D & 3N )

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    ₹ 30,000/-₹ 32,967/-

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  • Malaysia ( 3D & 2N )

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    ₹ 30,000/-₹ 32,967/-

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  • Malaysia ( 3D & 2N )

    Starting from:

    ₹ 30,000/-₹ 32,967/-

    • Kuala Lumpur
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  • Malaysia ( 4D & 3N )

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    ₹ 30,000/-₹ 32,967/-

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  • Malaysia ( 3D & 2N )

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  • Malaysia ( 3D & 2N )

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    ₹ 32,000/-₹ 35,165/-

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    ₹ 32,000/-₹ 35,165/-

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Places To Visit In Malaysia

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  • Perdana Botanical Garden In Kuala Lumpur

    Formerly known as Lake Gardens or Taman Tasik Perdana, the Perdana Botanical Garden is nestled in the heritage park of the city of Kuala Lumpur. The sprawling 93 hectare of botanical collection has a proximity to various attractions, including the National Museum. Originally established as a recreational park, it was eventu...

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  • Butterfly Park In Kuala Lumpur

    Sprawling over an area of 8000 sq. ft., Kuala Lumpur Butterfly Park is the largest and one of the best butterfly parks in the world. Snuggled on the edge of Lake Gardens and at a distance of 10 minutes from downtown KL city, it is a paradise of colorful butterflies. Housing more than 5000 butterflies of around 120 species a...

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  • National Mosque In Kuala Lumpur

    Situated beside the Lake Gardens in Kuala Lumpur, the National Mosque of Malaysia, also known as ‘Masjid Negara’ is considered as the nation-wide symbol of Islamic religion. Sprawling over 13 acres of land, this mosque can accommodate a minimum of 15,000 people. It is a focal point of muslim community in KL, and is believed...

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  • Islamic Arts Museum In Kuala Lumpur

    Housing an extensive collection of over 7000 Islamic artefacts from around the world, Islamic Arts Museum Malaysia (IAMM) is considered as one of the best attractions to explore in Kuala Lumpur. Located within the proximity to Lake Gardens, it is famed as the largest museum of Islamic art in Southeast Asia. Sprawling over a...

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  • Sultan Abdul Samad Building In Kuala Lumpur

    Acting as a home to the Ministry of Information, Communications and Culture of Malaysia, Sultan Abdul Samad Building is one of the most important tourist attractions of Kuala Lumpur. The building is located just beside the old KL railway station and is easily accessible from the main city. Although the building no longer se...

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Things To Do In Malaysia

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  • Merdeka Square In Kuala Lumpur

    Merdeka Square, formerly known as “Selangor Club Padang” or just “Padang,” is a very popular tourist attraction. Merdeka Square literally means “Independence Square,” where the Malaysian Flag was hoisted for the first time on 31st August 1957 at midnight. The square is surrounded by multiple flags and in the center is the w...

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  • Jalan Alor Food Street In Kuala Lumpur

    Referred to as Alor Road in English, Jalan Alor is one of the sumptuous streets located in the heart of the city of Kuala Lumpur. Housing a wide range of hawker stalls and fine-dining restaurants serving a menu that caters to both vegetarian and non-vegetarian visitors, this street- located within the proximity of Bukit Bin...

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  • KLCC Park In Kuala Lumpur

    Sprawling over an area of around 50 hectares, KLCC Park (Kuala Lumpur City Centre Park) is located in the heart of the city adjacent to other major attractions, such as Suria KLCC and Petronas Twin Towers. Conceptualized by the world-renowned Brazilian artist- Roberto Burley Marx, this urban sanctuary was designed with a pu...

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  • Street Art In Penang

    Penang in Malaysia is famous for a plethora of things but the one thing the draws maximum attention is Penang street art. Thus, making walking through Penang an enthralling activity itself. People flock to this state from all around the world to witness the marvel of wall painted art. Moreover, there is no doubt the Pengang...

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  • Tropical Spice Garden In Penang

    Tropical Spice Garden in Penang is spread in an area of 8 acres, where one can witness around 500 different species of flora and fauna. Located on the road from Teluk Bahang junction, the park has three beautiful garden trails that take you through splendid streams, waterfalls, and few figures and structures made from reuse...

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Travel to Malaysia

Read about the best & quickest routes to save time & money, as suggested by our travelers

By Air

The best way to reach Malaysia from India is by air. There are many direct flights from India to Malaysia. However, the Chennai to Malaysia flight is the shortest one with less than 4 hours. Malaysia has 3 significant airports, namely, Senai International Airport, Kota Kinabalu International Airport and Kuala Lumpur International Airport. While Mumbai to Malaysia flight takes about 5 hours 15 minutes, Bangalore to Malaysia flight takes tourists to Kuala Lumpur International Airport in 4 hours 15 minutes. The flight duration is approximately 9 hours and depends widely on the city chosen by the traveler. The flight rates are reasonable and offer a comfortable journey. Traveling by air from India to Malaysia is also very safe as compared to the other ways commutation.

By Train

Though there are no direct India to Malaysia trains, if one wants to experience a railways journey in Malaysia, one can take the Keretapi Tanah Melayu commonly referred to as KTM, which is a Malayan Railway service that offers daily train services from Singapore and Thailand. One can take a direct flight from any of the metropolitan cities of India up to Singapore and Thailand, and then a train from there. The Malaysia route of the train is very beautiful, and one gets to experience some of the gorgeous views of the country.

By Road

With a Malaysia to India distance of about 5700 km, traveling from India to Malaysia by road is quite exhausting. One may find the idea of a road trip very exciting, but it can be very expensive, tiring, and time-consuming. India to Malaysia route that one has to follow is India- Myanmar- Thailand- Malaysia. There are many documents required for passing through each country, and therefore, it is very expensive. However, if one wants to have a glimpse of the scenic road views, one can travel from Singapore and Thailand to Malaysia by bus.

Thus, these were some of the answers to the frequently asked questions among the travelers that are, how to reach Malaysia. One can choose the way they want to reach their destination. However, the best and the cheapest way to reach Malaysia is by air, which is both less tiring and less time-consuming.

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    • Trip to Malaysia

      It was a great and memorable trip. Big thanks to Amit for his co-ordination and clearing all the doubts before the journey. Being alone in the sky cable car gondola while coming back from top station to oriental village at Langkawi
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      Renjith Jose

      Kochi, 2 days ago

    • Trip to Malaysia

      Travel agent services & behaviour very good. Sentosa park Universal studio , marina bay Merlion park, Little India & China Town Metro Rail Service & Malls
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      Suniljain

      Delhi, 3 days ago

    • Trip to Malaysia

      Thank you for planning our trip. IBIS Kuala Lumpur does not have very good service or food. That was the only hotel I didn't like much.
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      Chennai, 9 days ago

    • Trip to Singapore

      Booking Process: During the booking, the travel agent Shailesh (SGR Tours And Travels ) gave us a lot of useful suggestions. He was very helpful to find the right hotel and complete the booking. Saloni (TravelTriangel): She was good at dealing with payment and invoices. Always made sure that I receive a confirmation for the payments made (mail and WhatsApp) We had a lovely Singapore and Malaysia trip. Thank you Travel Triangel. Not so happy about 1. St. Regis Hotel in Singapore, we had to wait 30 mins to get the room cleaned (at check-in desk). 2. Ramada Hotel : I had to show my confirmation to convince the staff at check-in desk to get "Quad 2 bedroom executive king and 2 single", they were going to give me "Quad executive king and 1 single", not sure who's fault is that (agent or hotel), in the end I got the room I was promised by the agent. 3. Ramada Hotel: The Balcony door was open and didn't have the key to lock it. We were not very comfortable leaving it unlocked during the night and when we were going out. I had asked 4 times the reception for the key but no luck, every time we were promised there will someone coming in an hour to fix it. 4. Ramada Hotel: TV couldn't be plugged into socket, needed converter, reported 3 times to reception but nothing happened. Overall, we had a good trip. Thanks, Selva.
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      Chennai, 11 days ago

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      Initially we were very suspicious. But They did everything and coordinated our family trip in a very short period and made it a very memorable one. I prefer travel triangle for my travel plans as well.
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      Suprajanaidu

      Chennai, 14 days ago

    • Trip to Singapore

      I am giving negative feedback for driver behaviour only in both countries Singapore & Malaysia. Drivers think they are the King and customers are Slaves. To start with, Our agent Mr Naeem was good & polite provided good package with good deal. Malaysia: hotel was good, but location was very Bad, also more time shall be given in Genting. Also vouchers were given at very last moment. Drivers were very Rude. In malaysia while returning from genting, we had 3 vehicles booked, but only 2 came, after a lot of discussion with onsite manager he booked a cab to drop back us at hotel. Singapore: Again Drivers were very rude, and No action has been taken on drivers even after several complaints. Hotel was good and closely located to Little india, hence food was not an issue in singapore. Hotel rooms are very small....... IN sentosa only 3-4 attractions have been included in package, there are more than 150++ attractions in sentosa , Travel agent didnt informed on this. it seems we have missed something. I know not all can be covered in small time, but information must be passed to customers. Universal studio was the most enjoyable place in singapore, but always consider Fast pass in package.
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      Ajay Bhambhani

      Banglore, 14 days ago

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      Awesome Trip. Thanks to Travel Triangle and specially to "SHS Holidays" for organizing it pretty well. Cant imagine i had so much fun while my travel to Malaysia. Organization was at its best , staff was good and the trimmings were really well managed. I will always recommend it to everyone and for my next trip, i will surely come back to book with Travel Triangle & SHS Holidays. Thanks for making my trip memorable.
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      Ashutosh Rana

      Viman nagar, 14 days ago

    • Trip to Malaysia

      It was a very nice trip we had. It was once in a life experience. So happy that we chose Travel Triangle. Babita ji was very calm and composed, responded everything with utmost dedication. Looking forward to go travel Triangle and ASAP holidays again. :-)
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      Chetansuri

      Hyderabad, 15 days ago

    • Trip to Malaysia

      Awesome Management for everything, but not happy with dinner service. all day same food with different service provider.
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      Nitin Desai

      Mumbai, 17 days ago

    • Trip to Malaysia

      For Indians suggest SUNWAY PUTRA, break fast will have lot many Indian verities. Your travel adviser suggested in terms of business but not to make travellers joy. Example :- 1. Travel advise not suggested for sky desk in KP tower. 2. Dropping and picking was not proper. I had very bad experience, SUNWAY LOOGN is a full day trip and to cover fully it will take a day but my driver dropped me at 11:30 and picked up at 5:00PM I see some other Travel had dropped at 10 and picked at 6 PM. I don't know why your travel services not taking so serious about your customer happiness...
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      Ganesh Kodumuru

      Hyderabad, 24 days ago

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    FAQ's of Malaysia

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    Yes, Malaysia is one of the best tourist destinations in Southeast Asia

     

    The cost of travel is generally not that expensive for Malaysia.

    Yes, Malaysia is safe for tourists. Though it is important to follow the rules and always take advice from the local authorities, tour operators, and hotels. 

     

     

    To carry pets to Malaysia, it is required to contact the Malaysian Diplomatic Mission for the information on importation of pets. The airlines by which a person travels may also help in doing so.

     

    The official currency of Malaysia is Ringgit (MYR). However, many restaurants and stores accept credit cards. The money may be required only for local transportations and small markets. ATMs are available everywhere in the place.

     

    Though no visa is required for most of the Commonwealth countries, people traveling from India require a visa to visit Malaysia. The visa application process is quite simple, and most of the formalities and procedures can be completed online.

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