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Travel tips for Malaysia a perfect holiday destination

Malaysia

A tropical paradise in the heart of Southeast Asia, Malaysia is renowned for its rainforests, beaches, impressive scenery and wealth of natural beauty. Here are a few tips for an enjoyable trip to Malaysia:

    • Malaysia is a very safe country and Malaysian Police have been specially trained to help tourists. In case of any emergency, you can dial 999.
    • Malaysian Ringgit is the currency used here and 1 Ringgit is made up of 100 sen.
    • The country has a very comprehensive public transport system that is cheap as well as safe. It hosts an extensive flight network, along with bus and train network.
    • Malaysia is a very conservative country when compared to its Northern Thai neighbours. One should dress appropriately and avoid drinking alcohol in places it is prohibited.
    • The country enjoys a warm and sunny climate all the year round so packing light clothing would be ideal. Carry sunscreen and water with you all the time. November to February is the best time to visit.
    • Women should be properly cover themselves before entering any mosque or temple.
  • Food is one of the finest points of the place and the country offers something for everyone. Health standards are quite high here and even the street food is quite hygienic. Penang is considered as the culinary capital of the country. Char KuayTeaw is at the top of the food chain.
  • AirAsia, the low-cost airline has made travelling to this and other Southeast countries economical.
  • The country has many festivals celebrations all the year round and you can plan your travel to fall in line with these festivals to enjoy the cultural vibrancy of the place.
  • Petronas Twin Towers, Batu Caves, Perhentian Islands, Cameron Highlands, Taman Negara, A Famosa, Tioman Island, Langkawi and Selangor are some of the must visit places.

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