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Malaysia - Truly Asia

Updated: Sep 14, 2022

Malaysia is a vibrant country with a rich cultural heritage, and it's also one of the fastest-growing destinations in Asia. Its diverse population of Malaysians is descended from various races, religions and cultures. The country is well known for its delicious cuisine, including local specialties like nasi lemak and laksa. Malaysia's most popular tourist sites include the ancient city of Malacca and the Kuala Lumpur Zoo.

Malaysia is a country on the Malay Peninsula, in Southeast Asia. It is bordered by Thailand and Indonesia to the north, and it shares maritime borders with Singapore, Vietnam, Brunei, and the Philippines.

Malaysia has a population of 28 million people, which makes it one of the most populous countries in Southeast Asia. Kuala Lumpur is its capital and largest city.

The official language of Malaysia is English, but there are also various indigenous languages spoken throughout the country. In addition to English, Mandarin Chinese is understood by many, especially middle-class Malaysians who have received education outside of their home country.

The majority of Malaysia's population lives in urban areas; however, there are several natural areas that can be visited by tourists as well as locals alike: Sarawak (a state on Borneo Island), Penang Island (part of Penang State in northern Malaysia), and Cameron Highlands (a mountain area located near KL).

Putrajaya is a city in Malaysia, located in the state of Selangor. It is one of the oldest cities in Malaysia, which was established in 1957. Putrajaya is known as “The City of Federal Territory” and its population is over 1 million people.

The city's name means "place of honor" in Malay language, which refers to the royal palace where the Sultan resides. In addition, Putrajaya is also known as "The City of Opportunities."

Putrajaya has a lot of shopping malls and restaurants. There are many places for you to visit when you are here such as Putrajaya International Convention Centre (PICC), Putrajaya Convention Centre (PJCC), Putrajaya Tower and Putra Mosque. You can also take a tour on a cruise boat to discover more about Putrajaya's attractions

The caves were formed by the action of water on limestone.

Visitors can explore the underground world of Batu Caves and learn about its history through guided tours or self-guided tours.

The main feature of the Batu Caves is their beautiful stalactites, which hang from the ceiling of the caves like icicles. Other features include stalagmites, which form from mineral deposits within the cave system; and waterfalls, which can be found in some parts of the cave system.


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