Malaysia

Travelling through Malaysia you will discover the real “Asia”
Malaysia is a mélange of different peoples. Malays, Indians and Chinese, each with its own culture, religion and traditions Multiculturalism has not only made Malaysia a gastronomical paradise, it has also made Malaysia home to hundreds of colorful festivals. As a people, Malaysians are very laid back, warm and friendly

Malaysia has something for every type of traveler highlights that you just cannot ignore. For the cosmopolitan shopper, cultural enthusiast, historical buff and nature-lover. Watching monkeys at the Sepilok Rehabilitation Centre, climbing Kota Kinabalu, visit the tropical Perhentian Islands or seek relief from Malaysia's tropical climate in Cameron Highlands' lush tea plantations

Visit the western peninsula with the city’s, defined by the iconic Petronas Twin Towers and the glittering skyscrapers. The beautiful authentic rice fields and the beaches where you can rub your toes in the sparkling sand or crystal waters, What about. Borneo with one of the highest mountains in Southeast Asia and the of course the ancient rainforests with endangered inhabitants As you can see it is a country with unprecedented highs.

Multiculturalism has not only made Malaysia a gastronomical paradise, it has also made Malaysia home to hundreds of colorful festivals. As a people, Malaysians are very laid back, warm and friendly

Malaysia is developing rapidly in recent years into a modern nation, but does so without compromising there old heritage very hospitable and the food is delicious and with lots of varieties

Take a look around and let us inspire you by this great country
Langkawi

LANGKAWI

Langkawi is the most northern island group on the west side of the Malaysia peninsula. The archipelago consists of the main island of Langkawi and nearly 100 small surrounding islands . The island is within the state of Kedah. Langkawi has around 62,000 residents, the majority lives in the capital Kuah. The rest of the population is spread out over a number of small villages. In addition to tourism as a main source of income is a large part of the population of the island...

Malacca

MALACCA

Just a two hours drive from Kuala Lumpur lays the historic city of Malacca on the west coast of Malaysia. Besides the good food , the city is also known for its rich history .The city has been in possession of several countries and there for you will find also many traces of return .The fugitive Sumatran prince Parameswara who founded Malacca said to have named the city after the melaka tree under which where he laid down to rest. During economic upspring century there...

Penang

PENANG

Penang, also known as the Pearl of the Orient, has been one of the most popular tourist destinations in Malaysia. The name Penang come's from the word pinang which means betel nut tree in Malaysia. The island is located on the northwest side Peninsula. Penang is the only island of Malaysia which is reachable by car. This ensures that Penang is one of the most visited islands. The main attractions are mostly the beautiful beaches, shopping streets, and Penang's mouth-watering...

Klang

KLANG

The City of Klang is also known as Malaysia royal city and is the former capital of Selangor province. Klang named after the river that goes straight through the town. It is situated about 32 km west from the Capital Kuala Lumpur, which is where the river begins. Klang was famous for its tin mining which expanded very fast in the 19th century due to high demand. Caused by the greed of controlling the power of the tin mines the Selangor civil was started in 1867 and ended...