Malaysia is a visionary country empowering the old and the new, a beautiful melting pot of numerous ethnicities and religions. Given this unique essence, this South Asian country is best known for its jaw-dropping tropical beaches, rainforests, and Buddhist temples. The diversity of these races and religions adds to the color, harmony, and flavor of the country. Visit here to experience the range of bright, colorful festivals for yourself.
The welcoming, friendly, and warm nature and vibe of the locals is one of the highlights any tourist experiences on their trip to this peninsula. Another very unique aspect of Malaysia is the juxtaposition of adjoining locations and structures, so don't be too surprised if you happen to gaze down from a gigantic skyscraper and lay eyes on traditional wooden houses supported by stilts! It is a completely normal sight for the people of this beautiful country paralleling old structures next to new.
But the biggest appeal has to be its food scene. Boasting several Michelin star restaurants and home to critically acclaimed and award-winning best street food, no visit to the country is complete without a tasting of their famous chicken rice. If you haven’t already added this country to your bucket list, then you should consider otherwise. You won’t regret the wonderful experiences that you will have here. It will be nothing short of a treat for everyone in your family. Their slogan “Malaysia, Truly Asia” definitely rings true!
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Bahasa Melayu (Malay... Read more Bahasa Melayu (Malay) / English is the second most widely spoken language in Malaysia. Manglish, the Malaysian Standard English (MySE) is another popular language that derives its influence from Malay, English, Chinese, and Tamil. The widespread Indian population speaks Tamil and Sinhalese is used by the Sri Lankans. Also in use are the indigenous languages of Iban and Dusunic. People from mainland China converse in Chinese dialects such as Mandarin, Hokkien, Cantonese, Hakka, Hainanese, Hok-chew, Yue, and Min. Collapse
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