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Malaysia

  1. 1. Malaysia TrulyAsia
  2. 2. Facts Of Malaysia• Capital : Kuala Lumpur• Area : 329847 Sq.kms.• States : 13• Language : Malay• Population : 22.8 Million• Density : 82 per sq.kms.• GDP : $ 318.8 Billion• Currency : Ringgit
  3. 3. • Hotels• Cuisines• Transportation• Places to Visit• Entertainment
  4. 4. Hotels Guoman Resort PDCorus Hotel KualaLumpur
  5. 5. CUISINE
  6. 6. SATAYNasi Goreng Nasi Lemak
  7. 7. Bubur Cha Cha Coconut Pancake Durian Cake
  8. 8. Transportation
  9. 9. Places to Visit
  10. 10. * World’s Tallest TowersPETRONAS TWIN TOWERS
  11. 11. MULU CAVES NATURAL PARKSARAWAKCHAMBER
  12. 12. CAMERON HIGHLANDS GENTINGHIGHLANDS
  13. 13. LANGKAWI ISLANDS LANGKAWI UNDERWATER WORLD
  14. 14. SRI MAHAMARIAMAN TEMPLE NATIONAL MUSEUM
  15. 15. TAIPING LAKE GARDENS
  16. 16. ENTERTAINMENT
  17. 17. CASINOSK.L. NIGHT LIFE
  18. 18. SUNWAY LAGOON THEME PARK MINES WONDERLAND THEME PARK
  19. 19. SHOPPING FESTIVALSUNGEIWANG PLAZA
  20. 20. Meet the people… Enjoy the beauty of scenery…Feel the hospitality…
  21. 21. Official Name:Persekutuan Malaysiashort form: Malaysiaintl long form: Federation ofMalaysia
  22. 22. ISO Country Code: myLocal Time = UTC +8hCountry Calling Code: +60
  23. 23. Capital City:Kuala Lumpur (pop. 6.9 million inmetropolitan area)Seat of Government: PutrajayaOther Cities:Penang, Ipoh, Malacca, Johor Baru,Kuching, Kota Kinabalu, Alor Setar,Shah Alam.
  24. 24. Government:Type: Federal parliamentary democracywith a constitutional monarch.Independence: 31. August 1957. (Malaya,which is now peninsular Malaysia, becameindependent in 1957. In 1963 Malaya,Sabah, Sarawak, and Singapore formedMalaysia. Singapore became anindependent country in 1965.).Constitution: 31 August 1957, amended16 September 1963.
  25. 25. Geography:Location: Southeastern Asia, partly onMalay Peninsula south of Thailand and onthe northern one-third of the island ofBorneo, bordering Indonesia, Brunei, andthe South China Sea, south of Vietnam.Area: 330 000 sq. km. (127 316 sq. mi.)Terrain: Coastal plains and interior, jungle-covered mountains. The South China Seaseparates peninsular Malaysia from EastMalaysia on Borneo.
  26. 26. People:Nationality: Malaysian(s).Population: 25.5 million.Ethnic groups: Malay 50%, Chinese 24%,Indigenous 11.0%, Indian 7%, non-Malaysiancitizens 7 %.Religions: Islam (60%), Buddhism (20%),Christianity (10%), Hinduism (6%),Confucianism(2.6%), Animism (1%), others (including Taoism,Sikhism, Bahai faith).Languages: Malay, Cantonese, Hokkien,Mandarin Chinese, English, Tamil, indigenous.Literacy: 94%.
  27. 27. Industries:Peninsular Malaysia - rubber and oilpalm processing and manufacturing,light manufacturing industry,electronics, tin mining and smelting,logging and processing timber.Sabah - logging, petroleum production.Sarawak - agriculture processing,petroleum production and refining,logging.
  28. 28. Climate: Tropical, annual southwest (Apr toOct) and northeast (Oct to Feb) monsoons.Natural resources: Tin, petroleum, timber,copper, iron ore, natural gas, bauxite.Agriculture products: Peninsular Malaysia- rubber, palm oil, cocoa, rice; Sabah -subsistence crops, rubber, timber,coconuts, rice; Sarawak - rubber, pepper;timber.
  29. 29. Currency:MalaysianRinggit (MYR)

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