...with the lively mixture of Malay, Chinese and Indian cultures bringing a fascinating array of cultural attractions - and wonderful food!
Where to stay in Malaysia
Where the architecture varies from the elegant colonial buildings of Merdeka Square to the modern skyscrapers, with a constant infusion of Asian style.
Borneo is a place of dense jungle where villagers have carried on the same way of life for hundreds of years, many living in longhouses.
Langkawi has rolling mountains, vast paddy fields, sleepy rural villages, mysterious caves and pockets of virgin rainforests dating back millions of years.
Bought by an English trader from the Sultan of Kedah in the 1700s, Penang quickly grew into a thriving, cosmopolitan melting pot of cultures.
Hotels in Malaysia
Essential information for Malaysia
The Royal Malaysian Customs Department have introduced a Tourism Tax on accommodation across the country. A flat fee of RM10, approximately $2.34, will be taxed per room per night on all accommodation options. This tax is solely for foreign tourists and they will be liable to pay directly to the hotel upon check-in.