Malaysia is a Southeast Asian country comprising of parts of the Malay Peninsula and the island of Borneo. It is famous for its beaches, rain forests and cosmopolitan blend of culture including bits of Malay, Chinese, Indian and European influences. Its capital city is Kuala Lumpur, home to colonial buildings, busy shopping districts such as Bukit Bintang and towering skyscrapers such as the iconic twin towers, the 451m-tall Petronas Twin Towers.


The warm and hospitable natives of East and North-East India is known for its love for food, nature, and guests. The region is characterized by its diverse yet interconnected languages, customs, beliefs, andtraditions intertwined into a solid cultural mix. 


East India is celebrated all over the world forits rich traditional legacy, myriad tribes, and religious fervor. When in East India,get ready to hop on the experiences of your lifetime – witnessing the indigenousarts and crafts of the tribals, bamboo and cane marvels, miniature art,grounded lifestyle, architectural marvels, religious fairs, and festivals, andmore!

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Top Things to do in Malaysia

When visiting Malaysia, tourists can drop in at the towering PETRONAS Towers in Kuala Lumpur and Sunbathe on Langkawi. Pamper your tastebuds by sampling some local flavor with Nasi Kandar. Visit the  Tunku Abdul Rahman National Park on the outskirts to admire the country’s rich natural preserve.Take a ride and enjoy the culture in Malacca or simply meander around the streets of Penang. Go trekking in Taman Negara National Park and explore the culture in Kota Bharu.

Feast on some mouth-watering delicacies

The first and foremost dish to sample when visiting Malaysia is its national dish, the beloved nasi lemak or rich rice. If you take a liking to it, you can explore further on the same lines with nasi kerabu which is distinct for its blue rice served with chicken and other palatables.

Visit these Places of Religious & Cultural Value

Malaysia is an interesting confluence of almost all existent and major religions of the world existing in harmony together. Hence it is not surprising to see mosques, churches and temples coexisting peacefully in the same vicinity. When travelling to Malaysia visit the Putra Mosque by the Putra Lake, be mesmerized by the towering tall stature of Hindu deity Murugan welcoming visitors at the start of Batu caves in Selangor. 

Visit these Places for Adventure and Fun

If you’re scouting for thrilling adventures, Malaysia is the right place to be in. Go diving at Mabul & Sipadan Island in Sabah. Go diving in West Malaysia off the coast of Terengannu for an unseen experience of sea world. That apart there are options for hiking, trekking and biking in off beat trekking trails.

Visit these Places for A Romantic Getaway

Honeymooning couples or those looking for a romantic getaway in Malaysia can visit the Cameron Highlands for a secluded, isolated and unmatched surreal experience in the lap of nature.The Sabah River Safari is another unconventional experience as it embarks on an interesting and unique river safari as the name suggests.  A visit to the Taman Negara, a 130 Million Year Old Rainforest can also be on the cards as it provides for a completely different experience and a welcome change from the crowded cityscapes.

Explore Malaysia

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