Malaysia is actually Asia in true sense. The extremely diverse Malaysia is like two countries clubbed into one seperated in half by the South China Sea. While one side if Malaysia is peninsular region which constitutes of the bustling cities, modern towns, colonial buildings, tea plantations; the other side are the widespread jungles. The only thing that unites everything is the FOOD!
Malaysia is located in South-east Asia and is primarily divided in two parts by the South China Sea. One being the Peninsular region which lies between south of Thailand and north of Singapore. This is the part where most of the touristy areas including Kuala Lumpur, Penang are located.
The other region is part of another larger island which has parts of Indonesia, Brunei and Malaysia located in it. The Malaysian provinces of Sabah and Sarawak are located in this part of Malaysia.
December - March is the best time to visit Malaysia
The best time to visit Malaysia is between March to early October. When one can avoid the worst of the rains, and there is comparatively less humidity during this period. The weather in Malaysia is said to be hot and humid throughout the year with short spells of rain. The temperature in Malaysia usually varies from 21-degree centigrade to 32 degrees Celsius at the sea level. At the higher peak levels, you can expect lower temperatures and much colder weather. When you are planning to visit Malaysia, the first thing that you need to decide is which part of Malaysia you’re planning on visiting, i.e. the west coast or the east coast. The best travelling months will depend on the choice of your region and also the kind of activities that you are planning on enjoying. Malaysia barely has any seasonal changes because of the constant temperature but the coldest months are said to be from November to January.
The Asian cuisine, the mesmerizing islands and the natural beauty of this place.
You would come across litterings and dirty corners or patches even in Kuala Lumpur and the rest of the cities in Malaysia are also somewhat littered in parts.
People who want to dig into Asian cuisine. Beach lovers. Adventure seekers. Family vacationers.
Malaysia has hotels for all budgets. Right from the most luxurious ones to the backpacker's retreat, this country has got it all. There are few of the most luxurious hotels in Asia from JW Marriot to Shangri-La, to some of the most scenic resorts on the beach. There are medium ranged hotels as well which are also maintained and cleaned. However, cheap hotels could be disappointing. You can opt for Youth hostel or Homestays. AirBnB works great here, and you can find some of the best accommodations that the country has to offer.
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