Malaysia is a rich country bursting with vibrancy, in a multifaceted manner. Its strong trading history informs its cultural diversity, and helps explain the hybrid of technologies that support the country. Malaysia's landscapes are just as varied and colourful as the culture, trade and people, and not to be upstaged.
Malay, Chinese and Indian cultures fuse in Malaysia, so in terms of dining expect a spicy fusion of tasty treats influenced by diverse traditions. And you'll find plenty of occasions to sample the excellent food; Malaysia, as the east's cultural and religious melting pot, has a whole host of festivals, feasts and celebrations fit for the finest of kings to enjoy (and for the record the Malaysian's are in fact very proud of their elected monarchy).
As a locally wealthy country, Malaysians not only enjoy a high standard of living, but also excellent infrastructure and technology. This makes it both an efficient and comfortable place to travel.
We know a total of 54 attractions in Malaysia. See all Malaysia attractions.
Malaysia is a destination for bustling-Asian-city shoppers and travellers hoping to meet rare animals and visit exotic natural worlds. Ten days is enough to see most of the highlights.
More than just a tropical island, Malaysian Borneo has impressive mountains and remote communities. But it's also a tropical island, and this itinerary allows for both exploration and languor.