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About Malaysia

Malaysia is a tropical country located at latitude 1° – 7° north, and longitude 100° – 119° east of the equator.
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Malaysia

It covers a total area of 329,758 square kilometres, and encompasses Peninsular Malaysia (West Malaysia) and the states of Sabah and Sarawak (East Malaysia) on the island of Borneo.

The South China Sea separates Peninsular Malaysia from Sabah and Sarawak by a distance of 720 kilometres.

Malaysia comprises 13 states: Johor, Kedah, Kelantan, Melaka, Negeri Sembilan, Pahang, Perak, Perlis, Pulau Pinang, Sabah, Sarawak, Selangor, Terengganu and the Federal Territories of Kuala Lumpur, Labuan and Putrajaya, which are administered by the Federal Government.

Peninsular Malaysia is bordered by Thailand to the north; it is separated from Indonesia by the Straits of Melaka on the west; with Singapore lying to the south, across the Straits of Tebrau. Sabah and Sarawak share a common border with the Indonesian province of Kalimantan to the south side and the Philippines lies to the north.


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Malaysia History

Archaeological findings indicate that civilisation in Peninsular Malaysia (Tanah Melayu) dates back to in the New Stone Age (Neolithic Period). The Hoanbinhin civilisation thrived between 2000 BC and 1500 BC. Handmade metal artifacts used by the Proto-Malays and Deutero-Malays have been found in Pahang, Perak and the coast of Selangor.

Early Malay kingdoms, namely Langkasuka (Kedah), Srivijaya (Palembang), and Majapahit (Java) were in existence since the 9th century. But it the emergence of the Malacca Sultanate in the 14th century that is widely held to mark the begining of the history of Malaysia. The Islamic empire of the Malacca Sultanate covered the entire area of Peninsular Malaysia and the eastern coast of Sumatra and Brunei. Malacca’s widespread fame as a port for East-West trade caught the eye of European trader. The encroachment of Western powers began with the Portuguese conquest of Malacca on 24 August, 1511; and later by the Dutch in 1641.

Following the fall of the Malacca Suttarate, new independent states emerged throughtout the Peninsula, beginning with Johore in the mid-17th century; Negeri Sembilan and Terengganu in the early 18th century; Kelantan in 1764; Selangor in 1766; Perlis in 1843; Pahang in 1881 and Johore in 1885. By the end of the 19th century, there were 9 Sultans in power.

The mid 18th century saw British intervention in the Malay Peninsula as free traders established trade ties with the Malay Sultans. They eventually set up trading ports and took over Pulau Pinang (1786) and Singapore (1819).

With the ratification of the Anglo-Dutch Treaty in 1924, the British tightened their grip on the Peninsula. They established the Straits Settlements in 1826; the Federated Malay States in 1896; and acquired Kedah, Perlis and Kelantan from the Siamese through the Bangkok Agreement of 1909. The states of Johore and Terengganu were coerced to accept the services of British advisers in 1914 and 1919 respectively.

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The British introduced an export-based economic system that superseded trading and self-sufficiency. This eventually led to a large influx of immigrant workers from China and India. By the dawn of the 20th century, the foundations had been laid for the present societal structure.

In February 1942, Japanese forces invaded and subsequently occupied the entire Peninsula. Following the Japanese surrender on 14 August 1945, the return to British administration saw the adaption of new policies, and the Malayan Union arrangement was put in place of the Federated and Unfederated Malay States. The creation of the Malayan Union reduced the status of the Malay rulers, which, coupled with the watering-down of citizenship eligibility regulations, translated into the loss of Malay rights.

The Malays came out in force to oppose the April 1946 formation of the Malayan Union. Malay associations came together to form the nationalist United Malays National Organisation (UMNO). The British were consequently compelled to abandon the Malayan Union and, subsequently, the Federation of Malaya comprising all the states of the Peninsula was established on 1 February 1948.

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In 1955, Federal Elections were held to elect 52 members to the Federal Legislative Council. Efforts towards self-government started in early 1956 via pre-independence conferences in London and the establishment of the Suruhanjaya Bebas Perlembagaan (Independent Constitutional Commission). Independence was achieved 31 August 1957.

In September 1963, Singapore, Sabah and Sarawak combined with the Federation of Malaya to form Malaysia. However, Singapore later broke away to become an independent state on 7 August 1965.


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Malaysian Cuisine

Malaysia is home to some of the world’s most exciting cuisines. Here, you can try the exotic Malay, Chinese or Indian fare, each with its distinctive flavours and styles. Besides, there are also cuisines derived from a meeting of different cultures, such as the Nyonya and Indian Muslim foods.

As Malaysia is a highly open country, continental and Mediterranean cuisines are also available here. Indeed, Malaysia is a place where the oriental and western cultures meet.

In the national capital Kuala Lumpur, visitors will find themselves pampered with a wide selection of eateries, ranging from traditional hawker stalls to chic hotel restaurants and sidewalk cafes, as well as western chain restaurants.

Malay Cuisine
Spices and coconut milk are the usual ingredients found in Malay cuisine. The Malay cuisine itself varies from region to region, with the Kelantanese cuisine emphasizing on sweetish taste due to the liberal use of coconut milk and sugar, not unlike the Thai cooking while Kedah food is spicier owing to the Indian influence since centuries ago.

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Nasi Lemak, rice cooked in coconut milk and served with anchovies, squid, eggs, cucumber and sambal (chili paste), is a popular Malay food. In the East Coast, Nasi Dagang, fragrant unpolished glutinous rice steamed with coconut milk and served with tuna fish curry. Nasi Kerabu, another rice-based dish native to Kelantan, is served with local herbs and salted fish.

The most famous among tourists, however, is the satay, or skewed meat marinated in spices and grilled over charcoal fire. It is served with peanut gravy, rice cubes, cucumber and onions.

Chinese Cuisine
Chinese cuisine is further divided into Cantonese, Hokkien, Hainanese, Hakka and Szechuan cuisines. The Cantonese dim sum is a favourite among locals and many tourists. Don’t forget to experience Hokkien fried mee (noodle), Hainanese Chicken Rice and Char Kway Teow (stir fried rice flour noodles).

Nyonya Cuisine
Nyonya or Peranakan cuisine is a unque blend of Malay and Chinese cooking styles characterised by sweet, sour, spicy and pungent flavours.

Typical dishes include otak-otak (fish meat marinated in spices, wrapped in banana leaves and grilled) and Itik Tim (duck with salted vegetables).

Indian Cuisine
Indian foods are generally spicy due to the generous use of chillie and spices. Indians also love yogurt after a meal. The less spicy alternatives are Kurma (mild meat curry) and tandoori chicken (chicken baked in clay oven). Southern Indian cuisine is in general hotter than Northern Indian and Moghul foods while Indian Muslim cuisine includes fish-head curry, Murtabak and mee goreng.

Mamak (Indian Muslim)
Mamak dishes is truly Malaysian style available throughout the country. Mamak stalls of restaurants are particularly popular among Malaysian with the wide range of food where some outlets are open 24 hours a day. Some of the must try are Nasi Kandar (rice served with its special side dishes), Roti Canai (thin crust bread served with curries) and Teh Tarik (unique Malaysian tea).

Seafood
Seafood dishes are found in abundance in coastal fishing towns all over the country.


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[color=#000040]Malaysia Coat of Arms
The Coat of Arms of Malaysia

The Coat of Arms of Malaysia

The Coat of Arms of Malaysia shows a 14-pointed star which represents the equality of the 13 states and their union with the Federal Government. The star and crescent moon are symbols of Islam, the official religion of Malaysia.

The five kris at the top of the shield represent the five former Unfederated Malay States, namely Johor, Kedah, Perlis, Kelantan and Terengganu. Below, the betel tree (and the Penang Bridge?) on the left represents Penang Island and the Melaka tree on the right represents the state of Malacca. They were once part of the (British) Straits Settlements.

The four colour panels represent the former Federated Malay States: Pahang, Perak, Selangor and Negeri Sembilan.

The states of Sabah and Sarawak are represented at the bottom of the shield, on the extreme left and right respectively. The national flower, the bunga raya (hibiscus) appears between them.

The tigers on either side of the shield symbolise courage and strength. This symbol was also used previously in the coat of arms of the Federation of Malaya.

The yellow background of the motto Bersekutu Bertambah Mutu (translation) in Roman and Jawi script symbolises the royal colour of the rulers.
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Malaysia Festivals

Major Festivals in Malaysia

Hari Raya Aidilfitri
The most joyful of Muslim celebrations, Hari Raya Aidilfitri is celebrated after Ramadhan, the fasting month. During this occasion, Muslim’s working in the towns and cities make an exodus for their kampung or villages. Special prayers are held in mosques and it is a season when Muslims ask for forgiveness from their family members and friends.

Thaipusam
This day of penance and thanksgiving for Hindus begins with a grand procession of the magnificent silver chariot bearing the statue of Lord Subramaniam, the God of Prosperity. In an atmosphere electric with drumming and chanting, holy water is sprinkled on the deity’s route and thousands of fresh coconuts are smashed, symbolising the washing away of sins.

Chinese New Year
A celebration lasting for 15 days beginning from the first day of the Chinese lunar calendar. The Chinese community ushers in the new year with a joyful family reunion dinner, a visit to the temple to seek the blessings of the God of Prosperity and giving ‘ang pow’ or red packets containing money by parents to their children or among relatives and well wishers.

Hari Raya Aidil Adha
The conclusion of the pilgrimage in Mecca is marked by the Hari Raya Aidil Adha celebrations. Sacrifices of cattle or goats are made by Muslims to commemorate Prophet Abraham’s test of faith by God when he was asked to sacrifice his son.

First Muharram (Ma’al Hijrah)
Maal Hijrah, the first day of the new Islamic calendar year, is celebrated on a moderate scale with gatherings at public halls and mosques where special prayers, sermons and Quranic recitals are held to usher in the Muslim new year.

Wesak Day
Wesak is celebrated by Buddhists to commemorate the birth, enlightenment and death of Buddha – all three events having taken place on the same lunar date according to Buddhist reckoning. Buddhist observe a vegetarian diet to cleanse themselves prior to the occasion.

Sabah Kaamatan Festival
Ancient traditions, rites and customs are the order of the day as the indigenous Kadazan-Dusun of Sabah offer thanksgiving for a bountiful harvest. The ‘Magavau’. a cleansing and blessing ritual performed by the Bobohizan or high priestess will keep you spellbound. It’s celebrated on 30-31 May annually.

Sarawak Gawai Festival
The end of the paddy harvesting season in Sarawak is cause for joyous celebration as the indigenous Ibans and Bidayuhs indulge in much merry-making, traditional dancing and drinking of tuak, a potent rice wine.

Prophet Muhammad’s Birthday
The birthday of the Prophet Muhammad or Maulidur Rasul is an important event in the Muslim calendar marked by processions to demonstrate solidarity of believers. Prayers, sermons and religious discussions are held at this time to strengthen the faith and consolidate the spirit of the Muslim community.

Moon Cake Festival
The mooncake festival had its origins during the Mongolian dynasty in China. The event is celebrated on the 15th day of the eighth moon (August/September) with colourful lantern processions and the partaking of mooncakes.

National Day
Malaysia’s national Day is celebrated on 31st of August in a show of patriotism, unity and rejoicing by Malaysian of all races and creeds. A spectacular parade is held in the morning at the Merdeka Square in Kuala Lumpur to mark the occasion. His Majesty, the King and government leaders are joined by a mammoth crowd in witnessing the parade. The ‘Jalur Gemilang’ (Malaysian flag) is proudly flown at office buildings, private homes and on vehicles. Stage shows, competitions and exhibitions are held in the various states.

Deepavali
For the Hindus, Deepavali or the Festival of Lights signifies the triumph of good over evil. Celebrated during the 7th month of the Hindu calendar, a traditional oil bath precedes the festivities. The celebration includes visits to temples and prayers at household altars. Hindu homes are adorned with lights or oil lamps to symbolise the victory of Lord Krishna over the demon, Ravana.

Christmas
There is much joy and gaiety as Christians celebrate the birth of Christ with parties, carolling and evening mass. Streets, hotels and shopping complexes are decorated with brilliant lights and ornaments to create a yuletide atmosphere-the Malaysian way. The spirit of giving extends beyond homes and individuals as hotels, shopping complexes and corporate companies hold concerts and shows as well as organise charity drives.


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People & Culture

The people of Malaysia who made up her 27.73 million strong population reflect a wide ethnic diversity. The major ethnic groups are :
Malays : 12,340,800
Chinese : 5,720,400
Indians : 1,670,600
Other Bumiputeras : 2,545,000
(Based on 2001 statistics)

Other Bumiputera groups are the Loh Dayuhs, Bisayas, Kedayans, Orang Sungai and Suang Latuts in Sabah, and the Kayans, Kenyahs, Kelabits, Muruts, Punans, Penans, Kedayans and Bisayahs in Sarawak.

The multiracial makeup of the Malaysian population translates into a potpourri of cultural practices. Each ethnic group and religion has its own festivals. The Muslim community celebrates 3 major festivals: Hari Raya Aidilfitri (Hari Raya Puasa), celebrated at the start of the 10th month in the Islamic calendar; Hari Raya Aidiladha (Hari Raya Korban), celebrated in Zulhijjah (the 12th month); and Maulidur Rasul which falls in the month of Rabi’ul Awal (the 3rd month in the Muslim calendar). The Malaysian Muslim community also observes other festivals like Awal Muharam (Maal Hijrah), Nuzul Quran as well as Israk and Mikraj.

Chinese New Year, which is celebrated on the first day of the Chinese lunar New Year, is a major festival for the Chinese community. Chap Goh Mei celebrated on the 15th day of the same month, marks the end of the Chinese New Year celebrations. Ching Ming, falling at the end of the second moon of the Chinese Lunar calendar commemorates the departed souls.

The Hindus celebrate Deepavali or the Festival of Lights, in the month of Aippasi usually in October or November in the Tamil calendar. Thaipusam, another major Hindu festival marked by penitential rituals, is celebrated in January.

The Buddhist community celebrates Wesak Day in May.

The Christian community celebrates Christmas Day on 25 December.

The Pesta Keamatan or Harvest Festival is the main celebration for the Kadazans in Sabah.

The Dayaks of Sarawak, who comprise the Ibans and Bidayuhs, celebrate Gawai Dayak Festival on 1 June every year.

The intermingling of cultures and mutual sharing in the festivals in Malaysia underscores the racial understanding and cultural harmony unique to Malaysian society.


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Why Travel Malaysia

This is a true vacations, Fascinating Malaysia for you, You could be cruising, round town where everything is ultra modern and find yourself roughing it out in the oldest rainforest on earth, the very next day. Whether it’s about shopping, indulging in culture, reliving the past or venturing into the future, you’ll find it all in Malaysia.

Tourism has been and will continue to be a mainstay of the Malaysian economy. The government of Malaysia has made investments in the country’s infrastructure to encourage the promotion of the tourism sector.

A good political situation in Malaysia and stable economic conditions offer you a pleasant visit. With an established infrastructure and modern transportation system, Malaysia is easily accessible from any part of the world.

Kuala Lumpur, the capital city of Malaysia serves as the nerve centre for the country activity. We assure you that this is a very safe city and perhaps one of the friendliest in the world.

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Shopping takes on a whole new dimension, here in Kuala Lumpur. From night market, where whole streets are colourfully lit and packed with every imaginable bargain. Where haggling over the price is sometimes more exciting than buying the item itself. Or if you prefer a more familiar environment, head for our numerous super shopping malls. With more than 20 Shopping Complex all around the city, the array of designers labels is enough to take your breath away.

For those who plan to visit here with family, several place that are suitable for you such as the Theme Park offer exciting entertainment for the family to enjoy. At the same time, all over Malaysia, there are many theme parks, both indoor and outdoor, for weekend fun and family entertainment centres located within the precincts of malls. A popular choice is the water theme park, and with Malaysia’s warm and sunny climate is an excellent inducement to get wet. If you can’t stand the climate, visit the highest premiere entertainment city in Malaysia, Genting Highland.

Night life in Kuala Lumpur offer you Disco, Pub and Lounge for those who could stay up to dawn.

Variety of foods, from Local food, Western food, Eastern food or even Middle East food serve at thousand of Restaurant, Cafe or Food Court all over the city.


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Malaysia Shopping

Malaysia is a shopping paradise. Shopping in Malaysia is a voyage of never ending discovery and continues to be an unforgettable experience, a hunt for the rare treasures of the Orient. Shopping in Malaysia caters to all groups, with products ranging from up-market to mid-range and budget price. Malaysia presents shoppers the best that the region has to offer, international branded designer goods or an intricate local handicraft. The variety of product lines, quality goods as well as the choice of shopping venues has made Malaysia a shopper’s paradise.

In Malaysia having three Mega Sales a year, in March, August and December. Apart from the Mega Sales period, other department stores and retail outlets also have at other times of the year.

Malaysia’s tax havens are Pulau Langkawi and Labuan. Duty free areas are also found at Rantau Panjang and Pengkalan Kubur in Kelantan, Padang Besar and Bukit Kayu Hitam in Kedah. An interesting mix of duty free shops can also be found at city centers or airports in Kuala Lumpur, Johor Bahru and Penang.

Malaysian local handicrafts are uniquely. From intricate pewter, silver, brass, pottery and rattan to dazzling colours of Malaysian Batik. The items like designer collections, elegant footwear, exclusive watches, optical items and quality fabrics can found in modern shopping centres. Electrical appliances, electronic equipment, computers and cameras are available too.

Malaysians are not big on presents and a huge smile to accompany your “terima kasih” (thank you) is all that is needed.


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Malaysia Theme Park
Sunway Lagoon Theme Park

Malaysia Premiere Theme Park offers non stop fun and adventure for your family. From the rides and slides of the Water Park to the Adventure Park and Fort Lagoon Wild Wild West.

Sunway Lagoon Water Park

The Water Park is a fabulous man made ocean of delights. Ride the waves at the worlds largest Surf-Wave Pool or laze on the largest Man-made Beach in Malaysia.

High speed thrills await you on the Giant Waterslides. Twist your way down the super duper Double Twister Slide or just meander down the Lazy River. Kids can have a swashbuckling time at the Children pools with its very own Pirate Ship.

Fort Lagoon Wild Wild West packed with the fun and flavors of the Western Frontier. Play Cowboys and Indians in Cowboy Town, bump your way down the raging white water at Grand Canyon River Rapids. The Buffalo Bill Roller Coaster is a favorite with thrills seekers. Dodge your enemy on the Vulture, plummet down the exciting Niagara Falls Flume Ride or ride in a boat along Butch Cassidy’s Trail.

The Adventure Park consists of five acre entertainment facilities. Have an upside down, round experience with the Skyflyer. Enjoy the breathtaking view of the entire lagoon as you walk along world’s longest Suspension Bridges.

Return to the pre historic times with the 15ft dinosaur that roars to life in a sensational display of smoke, sound, light and movement. There is also variety of kiddies rides to please even the most demanding toddler.

Reach the sky in the galleon or go potty over the dizzying whirl of the Crazy Apache Pots ride. Escape from the lost chateau on the Runaway Train and fly to a whole new world on the Flying Carpets.

With thrills, spills and a host of sensational activities just waiting to be experienced.
Genting Highland Theme Park

Genting, City of Entertainments is a comprehensive holiday destination incorporating a wide range of recreational and sporting facilities. Located 2000meters above sea level, it has matured into the region’s premier hill resort and houses the area’s first indoor theme park and an outdoor theme park.

The Indoor Theme Park contains variety of games and computerized wizardry, as well as coin operated kiddie rides and video games. Try the 2020 Space Odyssey ride or the Motion Master Simulator for a futuristic, superb realistic virtual reality encounter.

The 3D Fun House featuring 3-dimensional technology which creates the illusion of objects flying off the screen directly at viewers. Other attraction includes the Super Toboggan rides, Space Adventure and Genting Splash Water Park.

Bump Boat &amp; Peddle Boat Rides

The Outdoor Theme Park is a die-hard thrill seeker’s paradise with heart-stopping, gut-wrenching, screaming-inducing rides like the Corkscrew ant the Runaway Mine Train. Other attraction includes Showboat, Dinosaur Land, Monorail, Flying Dragon Coaster and Bumper Boat.

While children busy with their theme park parents can spent their time in the only one casino in Malaysia, Casino De Genting. the Casino offers thrilling, non-stop gaming excitement at its gaming tables and slot machine. Games like Baccarat, Roulette, Blackjack, French Boule, Mini Dice and Money Wheel awaits you there. Casino De Genting is divided into 5 different section with different themes such as the Hollywood with posters of famous movie stars and best selling movies.
The Mines Wonderland

Malaysia premier night park offers the best in family entertainment. Among the main attractions are the Musical Fountain, which is a dazzling display of waltzing waters with sound and light effects.

Mines wonderland

The Aqua Laser Show, a spellbinding combination of movies projected on a water screen using the latest in laser and computer technology.

Other attraction are the Snow House, Lights Fantasy on Water, The White Kingdom, Garden Boat Ride, Unity Train Ride, and Vintage Car Ride.

Guests may also enjoy night cruises by the lake on a water taxi.


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