Soaring to a beautiful height, Petronas Twin Tower is Malaysia’s Crown Jewel capturing the nation’s ambitions and aspirations.
Festivals and Celebrations
Malaysia is a melting pot of cultures. Festivals such as Hari Raya, Deepawali, Chinese New Year, and Wesak are celebrated with much splendour and enthusiasm.
When you combine delicious parts of Malay, Chinese and Indian influences to your plate you find a food heaven of Malaysian Cuisines.
With the spectacular roofs, ornate carvings and intricate embellishments, The Theau Hou Temple has the richest Chinese architectural beauty.
Bako National Park
Known for its extraordinary natural scenery, habitats, plants, and wildlife, Bako-National Park is the oldest park in Sarawak.
Chinese New Year
The spring festival is one of the most important celebrations in Malaysia, where people head back to home to celebrate the New Year.
Emergency and Personal Safety
With good emergency and public health care system, Malaysia provides all a better and safe lifestyle.
The Klang Royal Town Mosque
Situated on the banks of the Klang River, The Klang Royal Town Mosque (Masjid Bandar Diraja Klang) is a distinctive landmark to explore.
Rapid KL, a public transportation system built by Prasarana Malaysia and operated by its subsidiaries, covers the Kuala Lumpur and Klang Valley areas, thereby making it an easy option for the commute.
Wesak, the festival of Buddha, celebrated to pay tribute to the birthday, enlightenment and the attainment of Nirvana in the life of Lord Buddha, is a sight to behold.
Comprising a cluster of three limestone caves, the legendary Batu Caves is a magnificent and renowned cave temple.