Bhutan it's known by many names: "The Land of Peaceful Thunder Dragon", "The Forbidden Kingdom", "Southern Valley of Medicinal Herbs". Bhutan is known hidden in the eastern folds of the Himalayas. The total area of Bhutan is 18,000 sq miles, (47,000 Bhutan is bordered by Tibet in the north, Sikkim in the west and indian in the east.
Malaysia Travel Information
» Introduction

Malaysia is located in the heart of Southeast Asia. It is paradise. Its sun-drenched beaches, enchanting islands, diverse flora and fauna, forest retreats and magnificent mountains are among the best in this region. Centuries of trade have resulted in a vibrant mix of Malay, Chinese, Indian and indigenous tribal cultures, creating a veritable melting pot of peoples, traditions and religions. Year-round sunshine, superb scenery and a relaxed atmosphere ensure Malaysia's continued reputation as a first-class beach destination.

Ethnically diverse cultures share the same lush landscape and create a fusion of cultural styles, cooking and religions that is distinctly Malaysian. It is a veritable land of festivals and celebrations. It is one of the most racially, ethnically and religiously diverse nations in the world today. Malaysia has one of the largest and most varied bird populations in the world, including hornbills, broadbills, swifts, woodpeckers, and many other species.


Facts and Figures

Location Located in center of Southeast Asia.

329,750 sq km


Kuala Lumpur


Average Temp: 21 to 32° C


English, Tamil, Chinese, Malay

Best Time To Visit

December - April or June - July.

» Destinations
Kuala Lumpur :- Kuala Lumpur is an Asian city fused with a fascinating and diverse mix of people and cultures, providing the perfect introduction to any Malaysian adventure. It has plenty of colonial buildings in its centre, a vibrant Chinatown with street vendors and night markets, and a bustling Little India.
Merdeka Square Chinatown Lake Gardens
Golden Triangle Masjid Jamek National Museum
National Planetarium KL Tower Taman Tasik Perdana
Malacca:- Situated on the southwest of Peninsular Malaysia with an area of 658 sq km, Melaka is the most historical state in Malaysia. The best way to discover the historical splendour of Malacca is by walking along her narrow lanes and rows of beautiful centuries old houses and shops.
Baba Nyonya Heritage Museum Sound and Light Show Mini Malaysia
Mini Malaysia Reptile Park The Malacca Zoo
St. Paul's Church A Famosa Mini Asean
Penang island:- Penang- "The Pearl of the Orient" situated on the west coast of Peninsular Malaysia. Penang has a lot to offer-be it places of special interests, exciting shopping places or sports activities viz. Jungle Trekking, Golfing or sea sports etc.
Penang Museum and Art Gallery Kapitan Kling Mosque Acheen Street Mosque
Sri Mariamman Temple Khoo Kongsi St George's Church
Cheong Fatt Tze Mansion Fort Cornwallis Forestry Museum
Kedah:- Kedah is situated in the northwestern corner of Peninsular Malaysia and it covers an area of 9,425 sq. km. A visit to Kedah will reveal a land of serene natural beauty. Kedah has the distinction of being the "Rice-bowl of Malaysia".
Lembah Bujang Gunung Jerai Menara Alor Setar
Pedu Lake & Golf Resort Balai Nobat Balai Besar
Cameron Highlands :- Cameron Highlands are located in Pahang and renowned for its cool countryside characters such as the Tudor architecture, the strikingly beautiful tea plantations, rose gardens, the strawberry farms, butterfly farms and lush rolling hills. They are also a paradise for trekkers.
Mountain Hiking Jungle Trekking Tea Plantations
Fruit and Vegetable Farms Markets Golf
Flower and Plant Nurseries    
Timon islands :- Tioman is a relatively large mountainous island, about 24 miles from the east coast of peninsular Malaysia. Much of its 44 square miles is covered with tropical rain forest. The island has abundant water throughout the year.
Air Batang Beach Juara Beach Mukut Village
Genting Highlands :- Situated 54 km north of Kuala Lumpur, Genting Highlands is the perfect escape for those seeking relaxation and entertainment in a cool montane setting.
Casino De Genting Frills and Thrills on the Hills Genting Theater Restaurant
Golf and Horse Riding    
Sabah :- Sabah known as the "the land below the wind" is the 2nd largest state of Malaysia. Sabah is one destination with countless attractions. Rainforest, diverse culture, unspoilt marine life, golf courses, thrilling water sports, trekking, diving, unique flora and fauna.whatever one's interest can be done in Sabah.
Kinabalu National Park Crocker Range Park Sepilok Orang Utan Sanctuary
Orang Utan Sanctuary Sabah State Mosqu Sabah Foundation Building
Sipadan Island Tuaran Kota Belud
Kelantan :- This northeastern state, which means the "Land of Lightning", is a wonderful treasure filled with delights. It is also the cradle of Malay culture, crafts, and religion. One can watch the process of batik being made, take part in kite-flying contests, or admire traditional woodcarving techniques.

Buluh Kubu Central Market Kota Bharu Cultural Centre Gunung Stong
Museum of Royal Traditions and Customs Wat Photivihan Jambu Merdeka Square
» Travel Information
By Air:- Malaysian Airline System (MAS) is the main domestic airline, servicing both the peninsula and Sabah and Sarawak.
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