The 360° of Malaysia
In 1999 Malaysia launched a tourism campaign named “Malaysia Truly Asia” and it was an instant success. In fact it brought in a whooping 7.9 Million tourist that year. That is more than one third of the population of Malaysia in that same year at 22.9 Million.
But what really makes Malaysia so special and a wonderful place to visit if you are a traveler?
A Celebration of Life
Malaysia is a traveler’s paradise. It is a sparkling, on the move, melting pot of diverse culture and religion. It houses many different races in the Southeast Asian region where Malays, Chinese, Indians and other tribal ethnic groups have been living together in peace.
The integrated diverse culture that settled in Malaysia has made the country popular for its wide range of Asian food choices with a dash of bit exoticness.
You will see industriously moving people pre-occupied with different business trades on the streets most especially in the food avenue of Penang and Jalan Alor, an avenue for the foodies in Kuala Lumpur.
Malaysia is the home of “Curry” and other distinct spices in the world. Whether it is Beef, Pork or Chicken, it is best served in curry!
Places To Go
Malaysia is also known for its countless Biodiverse species in the rainforest and beautiful island settings that will definitely leave you breathless. The islands of Malaysia are also world-class in terms of beaches and the home of vast marine-life species. The island is host for its world-class cuisine. You can direct contact or make a reservation with JohorBahruPrivateCar.com for private car transport service to your destinations of choice from any point in Singapore.
It is an interesting city for 2 days weekend trip and easily accessible from Singapore. It is a cultural heritage of old historical state located approximately 260km from Singapore. Top main attraction places such as Fort A’ Famosa, Jonker street, The Stadthuys and many more not to be missed when visiting Melaka.
It is a good gateway location for a trip immerse in cooler climate with tea plantation. The big tea plantation located in Sungai Palas Boh Tea Estate where you can visit tea factory to better understanding the tea process. Besides that, visitors also can visit strawberry, butterfly and honey bee farms.
It is integrated with Condotel, Villas, Villas Suite, Resort Hotel, Water World, Safari Wonderland and recreation on 1300 acres. Animal World Safari hosts more than 100 species of animals and the most exciting water activity is 7-storey high speed slides at Water World provides a heart-stopping experience. It is not the location for adrenaline enthusiasts but suitable for never-ending and most exciting fun with friends and family. It is not well-known but is the most popular holiday location for Malaysian and Singaporean travelers.
It is an integrated resort consists of hotels, casinos, theme park, shopping complex and company convention center. A theme park offers indoor and outdoor activities promises excitement for visitors, casinos located at the central of Genting Highlands are unquestionably the most significant draw here as only one legal gambling in Malaysia, while First World Hotel is a shopping complex with entertainment, dining and retail outlets. It’s located in between the states of Pahang and Selangor of Malaysia and accessible by a cable car called Genting Skyway and by car from Kuala Lumpur in one hour. Genting Resort is a amazing view for travelers as they can enjoy the serene mountain environment and cool weather.
The city capital of Malaysia, once known as the muddy confluence probably by its bad reputation. Now, because of the booming economy of the city and it’s becoming of the one most visited places on earth, Kuala Lumpur is now known to be The Global City in Malaysia where the parliament government of the king resides.
There are lot of main attractions and must-sees in Kuala Lumpur. Just for the beautifully-designed hotels you will see the world class architecture of the structures combined with the foundation and engineering feats that you can actually describe as Man-Made Marvels.
Sunway Lagoon Theme Park
This park is basically made for the young…..and the young at heart. A one stop shop for guests and tourists as it has Fun and attraction of Water Park, Amusement Park, Wildlife Park, Extreme Park, Scream Park.
Bukit Gambang Theme Park
This park accommodates people that would like to have more pleasurable theme park for the whole family. They got the Water Park and Safari park and wooden cabanas for the whole family to stay. It’s like having the experience of the Jungle in one place.
Berjaya Times Square Theme Park
This theme park allows you to enjoy the amusement of a theme park without the heat of the sun. This is Malaysia’s Largest Indoor theme Park.
Lost World Tambun
Lost World Tambun Park is the getaway for the whole family. The kids can actually spend the day with recreational activities, while you relax the calming touch of a SPA and Massage.
A Hot Springs & Spa By Night!
Other Places that you don’t want to miss in Kuala Lumpur:
- Menara Kuala Lumpur
- Petronas Twin Towers
- Batu Caves
The great highlands of Malaysia showcase the wonders of the island. The Genting Highland is a integrated resort with casino and hotels that is perfect for luxurious travelers. The Cameron Highlands on the other hand is just seamless beauty and nature at its best.
Traffic is gridlocked and pretty jammed in Malaysia especially during rush hours. In Kuala Lumpur, traffic had become part of many people’s lives everyday. So if you have only 3 days of business or personal travel that requires moving around in and out of the city, plan it ahead.
It would be better also to book your day trip with a JohorBahruPrivateCar.com Transport service provider who has their own driver who knows how to get you out of the traffic mess.