Malaysia• Malaysia is one of the most pleasant, hassle-free countries to visit in southeast Asia. Its buoyant and wealthy, and has moved towards a pluralist culture based on a vibrant and interesting fusion of Malay, Chinese, Indian and indigenous cultures and customs. Malaysia has a wide range of tourist attractions. The sheer diversity of tourism destinations is astounding. These include the high-tech city of Kuala Lumpur, tropical island of Langkawi, colonial hill stations of Genting and Cameron Highlands, numerous pristine beaches, National Parks, and the worlds oldest tropical rainforests. Malaysia has the potential of catering to tourist of every hue and it truly lives up to its tag line of Malaysia Truly Asia.
Kuala lumpur• This vibrant capital of Malaysia had its orgins as a tin mining outpost in the 1800s.the hub of commerce,politics,culture and education.KL’s skyline is a striking contrast of ultra-modern structures and charming heritage buildings.the imposing Pertronas Twin Tower,the world’s largest twin structures,is a major draw for most visitors.Kl’s fascinating sights,irresistible shopping,endless festivels,exciting nightlife and gastronomic delights make it an exciting holiday destination.
Penang• Penang is a beautiful tropical island. Penang, a leading port of Malaysia, is a well-known holiday destination for millions of visitors from all across the world.Geoge town,the busting state capital and port city.,combines the best of east and west as evident in its numerous heritage buildings.this food paradise temts the palate with a mouth-watering array of local cuisine.
Sabah• Sabah is a paradise for nature lovers. Major attractions here are mount kinabalu,a world heritage site,tunku abdul rahman park and sipadan. This island is mainly famous for eco- tourism. The Maliau Basin Conservation Area is considered to be the oldest rainforest jungle in the world. The Mount Kinabalu National Park is another major tourist attraction.
Malacca• Malacca is a small interesting state in Malaysia and the one of the largest port in South-East Asia. The town has some fascinating remnants of Portuguese, Dutch, Chinese and Islamic architecture throughout its streets. The various interesting places in Malacca include Alor Gajahs Museum, Air Keroh Recreational Forest, Butterfly Farm, The Baba Nyonya Heritage Museum, Crocodile Farm, Christ Church, Malacca (Melaka) Fish World , Malacca (Melaka) Zoo, Islands and beaches and much more.• www.flycatcherstours.com