Malaysia is the country of vast cultural diversity and a beautiful blend between traditional past and modern lifestyle. Visiting for the first time you will be taken by the sheer beauty of architecture, regional variation, a variety of food and a balance between various cultures. Inhibited by people coming through generation from all around the world, the country has grown into a melting pot of races including Malay, Bumiputera, Chinese and various other ethnicities. There are eleven states and two federal states ( Kuala Lumpur, Putra Jaya).
The main place to visit in Malaysia with a covered area of 243sq.km and is the heart of cultural, economic and financial activities in the city. Most federal government departments have moved to Putrajaya a twin city, however, the Royal Palace Asian Negara is still located in Kuala Lumpur.
Malaysia has too much to offer for an individual traveller as well as family. Depending on what activities appeal to you can chalk out your travel itineraries. There are several regions to explore. There is a vast array of options ranging from beautiful pristine beaches to mountain tops and rivers.
When planning to travel do your research for the weather as the temperature stays above 30c in most of the regions for most of the years. It can be very hot and humid for travellers not used to the humid weather.
I have been exploring South-East Asia for over twenty years and have visited some of the best destinations in the region. Through my blog, I want to share some interesting travel tips, my experience of driving across Asian destinations and some of the best places to explore in this region. I have taken hundreds of road trips, across Thailand, Malaysia, Singapore and Australia and during my trips, I review the hotels, cafes & places of interest. I have, in the past followed in Anthony Bourdain's footsteps and visited most of the restaurants his team explored in their shows. Join in on my adventures and follow my trails on Instagram & Facebook Page.