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Malaysia is located in the heart of Southeast Asia, slightly north of the Equator. Consisting of 127,000 sq. miles (330,200 sq. km), Malaysia is divided into two main regions:
Peninsular Malaysia, which lies just south of Thailand and north of Singapore, and East Malaysia, which can be found north of Indonesia on the island of Borneo.
Alor Setar Travel Guide
As the capital of Kedah, Alor Setar is located on the Northern region of the oldest Sultanate in Malaysia. In Bahasa Melayu, Alor Setar literally translates to "small stream". It is a bustling city dotted with modern-day structures and shopping complexes and is currently known as the rice and rubber trading center of Malaysia. It also prides itself as one of the cleanest and most friendly cities in Malaysia.
Langkawi Travel Guide
Situated off the northwest coast of Peninsular Malaysia, Langkawi is surrounded by 104 uninhabited islands. Its remarkable landscape and architecture provided the backdrop for the movie Anna and the King. It had also been host to a number of international events including the Langkawi International Maritime and Aerospace (LIMA) Show, the Annual Royal Langkawi Regatta and the Tour de Langkawi.
Penang Travel Guide
Known as the "Pearl of the Orient", Penang is one of the most famous island destinations in Asia with its natural beauty, colorful heritage, gracious hospitality and affordability. It is the one-stop destination for all travelers with a wide variety of restaurants, sidewalk cafes, discotheques, night markets, department stores and pristine beaches.
Johor Bahru Travel Guide
Johor Bahru is Malaysia's second largest city and located at the southern part of Malaysia. While it is not a typical destination as compared to the other states and cities in Malaysia, Johor Bahru remains an important industrial and commercial hub in the country. Johor Bahru is a city that has retained its old world charm and laid back lifestyle, making this a very picturesque and idyllic city.
Kota Bahru Travel Guide
Kota Bharu has a small, new and efficient airport located in Pengkalan Chepa currently receives flights from Kuala Lumpur provided by Malaysia Airlines and AirAsia as well as Firefly Airlines, a subsidiary of Malaysian Airline which has been considered as the first airline of the community. Flight schedules operate daily between Kota Bahru, Subang and Penang. These flights will only take less than an hour and costs only around RM29.99, not including tax and surcharges.
Kuching Travel Guide
Kuching is the fourth largest city in Malaysia and is the capital of the state of Sarawak. While Kuching is the most populous city in all of Sarawak, it is a quaint little city that you can walk around in and keep you busy for several days. Many have speculated on the origins of the name of the city of Kuching, with perhaps the most likely of these is the city being named after one of its local fruits, mata kucing, which literally means "cat's eye."
Putrajaya Travel Guide
Putrajaya has been the home of the Federal Government of Malaysia ever since the boom in the country prompted many government offices to move out of Kuala Lumpur to decongest the country's capital. Situated just outside Kuala Lumpur, the city of Putrajaya was named after Tunku Abdul Rahman Putra, Malaysia's first Prime Minister. They added the word after Putra's last name "jaya" which means "excellence" in Malay.
Tioman Travel Guide
Tioman Island is perhaps the biggest and most beautiful of the Eastern Islands of Malaysia. It is also the largest of the sixty four volcanic archipelagos that, according to legend, was created after a dragon princess transformed herself into an island. With a jungle on the western side of the island and pristine white beaches on the east, Tioman became a favorite tourist destination after it was used as the set for the famous film adaptation of the musical of "South Pacific" and after Time Magazine has voted it as one of the most beautiful islands in the world.
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