Posts tagged malaysia
Tourists who come to visit South East Asian countries are always attracted to visit Malaysia. The most attractive place for tourist in Malaysia is Sunway Lagoon, the award-winning attraction for four years in a row. Sunway Lagoon is divided into five different parks including Water Park, Amusement Park, Extreme Park, Wildlife Park, and Scream Park. Each park offers different experience for your vacation. More >
Genting Highland Malaysia offers a complete entertainment for the whole family members. Theme park, shopping center, dining place, meeting place, until casino are provided in such a modern resort. Both Citizens and tourists attack Genting Highland especially during holiday to get a place where everyone of every ages in the family can enjoy. Those visiting Genting from far away can stay in one of four lavish hotels available in Genting Highland. Overall, there’s nothing the visitors can’t enjoy while spending holiday in Genting Highland Malaysia. More >
Kuala Lumpur is the ideal place for those who desire a different holiday experience. All facilities and fascinating places needed by the visitors to enjoy their holiday are available in this City of Lights. The complete facilities, good infrastructures, and luxury accommodation become the main reason why people keep visiting Kuala Lumpur not to mention various kinds of attraction places. Among numerous tourism spots in Kuala Lumpur, these places below are super famous. More >
There is no other place like Langkawi, a natural paradise in Malaysia. It is formed of 99 tropical islands grouping in the northwest of Malaysia. Langkawi is quite famous for its many myths and legends about extraordinary things and creatures. The beaches completed with crystal clear water, small waves, and the warmness of the sunlight which force us to enjoy doing the water sports or just lying on the sand, under the sunlight. More >
Planning on spending holidays in Kuala Lumpur, you will also need to find the best hotel that meets your need and budget to stay. You don?t need to worry since a large amount of hotels are available in Kuala Lumpur. Here are the reviews of some hotels in Kuala Lumpur which may take into your consideration in choosing the best hotel for you. More >
Having vacation in one of the most wonderful countries in Southeast Asia is not complete without having a cozy place to stay. Various kinds of accommodation are available in Malaysia, some of them are rated as 5-star hotel due to its facilities and service. Yet, staying in a 5-star hotel costs a rather substantial amount of money. Thus visitors should do adequate research before choosing a place to stay. Some recommendations of five-star hotels in Malaysia are given below. More >
Visiting Malaysia will no be enough without dropping by to Langkawi, a group of 99 small islands in Malaysia. Because it is formed by many islands, Langkawi has many beaches suitable for swimming or diving. The name Langkawi was taken from helang (eagle) and kawi (reddish brown) from a folklore which means ?reddish brown eagle?. A statue of a huge reddish brown eagle is now available in an area in Langkawi ? the Eagle Square. More >
Pulau Pangkor, literally means Beautiful Island, is a small island possessing great views of beaches and nature in Malaysia. Pulau Pangkor is as beautiful as the name with soft sand outspreading besides the blue sea. Many kinds of fishes and underwater animals makes this place a very suitable place for fishing. In this beautiful island, some resorts, golf fields, and dining places are built for the tourist to enjoy their vacation. More >
Malaysia 2012 Public Holiday
Malaysia public holiday 2012 is unique in that they have a lot of local holidays for certain states. Most of the local holidays are related to the ruler, (e.g. birthday, installation, etc), while some are religious (Good Friday, Isra Miraj), and some others local holidays in Malaysia are traditional /customs (Gawai Dayak, Kaamatan Festival). More >
Means “New Jewel” in Malay, JB as it more commonly known, is the capital city of Johor, in southern Malaysia, neighbouring with Singapore. For one reason or another, Johor Bahru has been in the shadows of its southern neighbour almost the entire time of its existence, and just like any other budding Asian countries, it has seen the ups and downs.
Over the years, the previously high crime rate has been given outmost consideration by the local government, making dramatic changes within the years. The “New Jewel” of southern Malaysia has improved by leaps and bounds; bringing to mind that these changes aren’t overnight. Reality sinks in and facts are laid straightforward: Johor Bahru is an important element when it comes to industrial, tourism and commercial aspects of southern Malaysia, although its population growth rate is among the highest in Southeast Asia. Another problem worthy to be taken note.