Malaysia is a country of contrasts and surprises. It’s home to such a diversity of regions, activities and indulgences that ‘something for everyone’ is more of a daily itinerary than a promise. Throw friendly and welcoming people into the mix, along with some of the best cuisine on the planet, and the Malaysian experience is nearly complete. All that’s missing is you. The capital city is Kuala Lumpur, while Putrajaya is the seat of the federal government.
Malaysian Malay, English.
Ringgit (RM) (MYR)
Mulu Caves, Sepilok Rehabilition Centre, Perhentian Islands, Langkawi, Petronas Twin Towers, Mount Kinabalu, Pulau Tioman, Taman Negara, Georgetown Inner City, Cameron Highlands.
The geography of Malaysia deals with the tropical climate of Malaysia, a country located in Southeast Asia. There are two distinct parts to this country being Peninsular Malaysia to the west and East Malaysia to the east. Peninsular Malaysia is located south of Thailand, north of Singapore and east of the Indonesian island of Sumatra. East Malaysia is located on the island of Borneo and shares borders with Brunei and Indonesia.
Malaysia is good to visit year round. Weather wise the best time to visit Malaysia is between the months of May till September when the average temperature remains around 28 degrees Celsius. Malaysia receives heavy rains from mid-October till January therefore if you want to enjoy the beach then try and avoid these months.