Welcome to Malaysia

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Malaysia is a country which is not well know by west African mostly french spoken countries.through this article , i would like to make you discover this beautiful country.And If you still don’t know the purpose of this blog , I invite you to take a look at my previous article.

That being said let’s me make you travel around Malaysia.
Malaysia is a country in Southeast Asia, consisting of Peninsular Malaysia or Western Malaysia  and eastern Malaysia ( Borneo). It has a total landmass of 330,803 square kilometres (127,720 sq mi) separated by the South China Sea into two similarly sized regions( peninsular Malaysia and borneo). Malaysia is located about 200 km north of the equator.The capital city is Kuala Lumpur, while Putrajaya is the seat of the federal government. With a population of  more than 30 million.

The country is multi-ethnic and multi-cultural. About half the population is ethnically Malay, with  minorities of Malaysian Chinese, Malaysian Indians. The constitution declares Islam the state religion while allowing freedom of religion for non-Muslims. Buddhism, Christianity and Hinduism are widely represented.The official language is English , however, they do speak malay( local language) , chinese and hindi.

The local climate is equatorial and characterised by heat and rainy seasons( monsoons).The temperature is tottally moderated by the presence of the surrounding oceans.Humidity is usually high, and the average annual rainfall is 250 cm (98 in). The climates of the Peninsula and the East differ. The climate on the peninsula is directly affected by wind from the mainland, as opposed to the more maritime weather of the East.

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Malaysia is a multifaceted country.I will try my best for highlighting the beauty of Malaysia. The coming part is fully based on a general point of view, however, in a specific article I will give you my own opinion about Malaysia.

What makes Malaysia so attractive for tourists ?

  • Natural side
Malaysia is a developed country that offers something very rare “the combination between modernism and nature”
Despite its modern cities , Malaysia offers a wide range of outdoor opportunities in harmony with nature (hiking and trekking for walkers of all levels).With its exceptional panoramas, its green and varied tropical landscapes, its 14 million hectares of jungle and primary forests, Malaysia is a paradise for nature lovers.The primary forests of Malaysia are among the oldest in the world and contain one of the richest fauna and flora with thousands of animal species.Among the 20 national parks in Malaysia, two of them are World Heritage Sites: Mulu Park (in the state of Sarawak, Borneo) which contains the largest cave in the world and the Park of Kinabalu, in the state of Sabah, Borneo.

Taman Negara National Park is an authentic marvel that stretches over more than 4,300 acres of jungle, dotted with waterfalls, spectacular caves and steep peaks.

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Taman Negara National Park


Behind its exuberant flora, including Rafflesia, the largest flower in the world, there are also 250 species of multicolored birds, thousands of species of insects. The Taman Negara National Park offers many activities such as walking on the river or in the canopy at 40 meters high, swimming in natural swimming pools with crystal clear waters.

There is an absolutely magnificent plenitude of places such as IPOH, Cameron highland and so on..
  • Water activities 

Malaysia offers some of the most beautiful beaches and beautiful diving spots in the world. With its crystal-clear waters , immense underwater biological diversity,the tropical waters of Malaysia make us discover an extremely rich underwater ecosystem. Peninsular Malaysia is full of splendid islands: the islands of Perhentian, Langkawi ,Lang Tengah, Redang, Kapas, Tenggol, Rawa and Tioman invite to the discovery of a dazzling coral flora and a high abundance of fish.Eastern Malaysia also offers waters and seabed essential.

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Perhentian Island

Sipadan Island (30 km from the coast) attracts experienced divers from around the world as it is recognized as one of the top five diving spots on the planet.For those who are not  fan of divivg ,they can enjoy  snorkeling or water activities.

These islands attract more and more tourists, and It is really worth.These beaches are white sand lined with coconut palms and a blue turquoise sea
 More tourists means polution. It is increasingly difficult to protect these islands.

Visit them  before  its charm  disappear.

  • Emblametic Places

Malaisie is very well known for these highly touristy places.Even in the capital city, some places are unavoidable: the Petronas towers (icon of Kuala Lumpur), those are currently the highest  twin towers in the world.We also have Chinatown, very numerous shopping malls for shopping lovers ,temples and caves (Battu caves). 

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Petronas Twin Towers

Outside the main city, you will also find a lot of  divirsities , each cities is unique and different .Some are purely historical , cultural , religious, diversify in term of food and so on..

Architecture is a very important point, this is something you will esaily notice  in malaysia. The architecture of buildings, mosques and others is often breathtaking.

 

 

these are a  few points which attracts many people to come to Malaysia.It is a country to be discovered, an unusual country with a lot of surprise.As I already told you 

fully based on a general point of view. in another article I Will give my own opinion about Malaysia.
Please Feel totally free to comment or contact me if you have any questions/critics or suggestion.

 

 

 

 

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