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Malaysia is a country of rich cultural and natural diversity, home to Malay, Chinese, Indian and several smaller ethnic groups. See this diversity in the country’s architecture, religions, festivals and cuisines. The landscape encompasses mist-shrouded mountains, unspoiled beaches and steamy tropical forests. Visit to enjoy the outdoors and discover fascinating cultures.
Many visitors’ first taste of Malaysia is Kuala Lumpur. The capital is one of the most modern cities in the country, with a skyline dotted with skyscrapers. Walk along the Skybridge of the paired Petronas Twin Towers, one of the tallest buildings in the world. Dine in the revolving restaurant of the 1,380-foot (420-meter) Kuala Lumpur Tower. Beneath the tall structures are many mosques, shrines and temples. Admire the architecture of the National Mosque with its main dome the shape of an 18-point star. Visit the temples and markets of Brickfields known as “Little India” and browse the night markets of Chinatown.
Take a bus or train to the Batu Caves, 8 miles (13 kilometers) north of Kuala Lumpur. Hindus in Malaysia regard this as one of their holiest sites. Climb the more than 270 steps to tour cave temples and see ornate Hindu shrines.
Enjoy the country’s natural richness while trekking through Taman Negara National Park, one of the world’s oldest rainforests. Go on a safari along the Pahang River. Take the Jungle Railway between Gemas and Tumpat. Photograph the 150-foot (45-meter) limestone spikes known as the Pinnacles at Gunung Mulu National Park. Travel to the Northern Peninsula for its miles of beaches. While there, visit Georgetown to see its colonial buildings, fort and ancient temples.
For more of the country’s cultural treasures, head to the towns of the Southern Peninsula. Visit the churches, temples and mosques of Malacca. Explore Istana Lama Seri Menanti, an early 20th-century palace in Negeri Sembilan.
Malaysia is located just north of the equator, between Thailand and Singapore. The national language is Malay, but English is widely spoken. Enjoy Malaysia’s cultural diversity, spectacular scenery and year-round, hot subtropical climate.
This family-friendly Johor Bahru resort is located in a shopping district, within a 10-minute walk of KSL City Mall and Holiday Plaza. Angry Birds Activity Park Johor Bahru and Johor Zoo are also within 3 mi (5 km).
Nestled on the beach, this Port Dickson hotel is 2.5 mi (4.1 km) from Port Dickson Army Museum and 2.8 mi (4.4 km) from Sri Anjeneayar Temple. Admiral Cove Marina and Fort Lukut are also within 6 mi (10 km).
Located in Nusajaya, this resort is 0.3 mi (0.4 km) from Legoland Malaysia and within 3 mi (5 km) of Puteri Harbour Family Theme Park and Sanrio Hello Kitty Town. Nusajaya Centre is 2.5 mi (4.1 km) away.
Situated in the gaming and resort oasis of Genting Highlands, this hotel is 1 hour north of Kuala Lumpur in the Titiwangsa Mountains. Scenic Chin Swee Cave Temple is a 10-minute drive.
Situated in the mountains, this spa hotel is within 25 mi (40 km) of Genting Skyway, Genting Highlands, and Genting Theme Park. Batu Caves and Putra World Trade Centre are also within 32 mi (52 km).
Situated near the airport, this hotel is 5.8 mi (9.3 km) from Mitsui Outlet Park Klia Sepang.
Located in Central District, this spa hotel is within a 10-minute walk of Komtar JBCC, Johor Bahru Old Chinese Temple, and The Vicar Church Of Immaculate Conception. Angry Birds Activity Park Johor Bahru and Johor Bahru City Square are also within 10 minutes.
Hilton Kuala Lumpur is steps away from Sentral Station and its ultra-modern shopping mall. Guests can drive 12 minutes to Petronas Twin Towers, or take a 5-minute cab ride to the lush expanses of Lake Gardens, where there are trails to follow and bird and butterfly parks to admire.