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Malaysia is a rapidly developing country with an impressive technological infrastructure, giving it a wonderful blend of the modern and the rural. With gleaming, world-renowned towers festooning its hyper-modern cities, and huge swathes of untouched rainforest and coastline, it’s possible to dip in and out of wildly different experiences in one visit to this delightful country. You can experience the very best retail therapy available in its many glittering malls and then sample its traditional markets and crafts. Whatever you do make sure to tuck into its uniquely blended cuisine that draws from Chinese, Indian, and Malay traditions. A hotel in Malaysia will present you with a world full of exotic surprise.
Kuala Lumpur: The largest city in Malaysia, book a hotel in Kuala Lumpur: a city on the rise. Home of the world-famous Petronas Twin Towers, what began life as a small tin-mining village just 150 years ago is now home to 6.5 million. Located as it is midway between India and China, Kuala Lumpur is a real cultural melting pot, but it’s also a favourite shopping destination.
Tioman: Once hailed by Time magazine as one of the world’s most beautiful islands, the beaches of Tioman Island are almost definitive of an Asian beach paradise, featuring as they did in the film South Pacific. And with its low population density, thick forests, and plentiful coral reefs, it makes for the perfect getaway for anyone keen to head into the wild or dive the depths.
Endau-Rompin National Park: If you’re a lover of natural history and want to experience some truly untouched landscapes then a hotel near Endau-Rompin National Park is the place for you. As well as being home to one of the world’s oldest rainforests, you’ll also discover volcanic rocks that have been there for 240 million years. It really is somewhere to fully immerse yourself in.
East Malaysia: This area is separate to the more densely populated main Malaysian peninsula and is located along the northern strip of the island of Borneo. It boasts one of the world’s most treasured scuba diving sites, which can be found in Sipadan.
Malaysia really is a place of two halves - the modern and the wild. Kuala Lumpur best embodies Malaysia’s modernism with its dazzling and ambitious architecture and cityscapes best embodied by the spectacular Petronas Towers. If you’d like to see something of Malaysia’s past, then Ipoh boasts a fascinating colonial old town for you to explore, as does Malacca. And for unspoilt landscapes, why not head to Kota Kinabalu, from where you can explore the nearby tropical islands, lush rainforest, and South East Asia’s highest mountain, Mount Kinabalu.
With such vast expanses of unspoilt natural landscapes, it should be no surprise that Malaysia offers a wealth of opportunities for you to get out and about. Perhaps you want to hit one of the many dedicated cycling trails to be found around the country, or explore the depths at one of the many world-class scuba diving sites? Or maybe you’d rather take it a little easier with a round of golf - there are plenty of incredible courses to be found in Malaysia. But if even that sounds a bit too energetic, you could always just sit back and indulge yourself in Malaysia’s wonderful cuisine culture - the choice is endless.